Ribbono Shel Olom: Master of the Universe
Mashpia- is a spiritual mentor or influential person
I think you meant Chasidic which is a form of Orthodox Judaism
They are the same-rebbe is yiddish for rabbi
Chumash- 5 book os Moses
Rashi- famous French rabbi who wrote commentaries on the Talmud
Goyim is somewhat of an insult. In yiddish it is the only word for Gentile and not meant as an insult but in English it is bad.
Some Jews do spank.
Jews are huge contributors to art. We contribute to movies, music, fine art, etc.
Uh, just to list baseball players.
Cal Abrams, outfielder for the Brooklyn Dodgers and other teams
Ruben Amaro, Jr.
Brad Ausmus, Houston Astros catcher
Jesse Baker (Michael Silverman)
Joe Bennett (Rosenblum)
Moe Berg, catcher and spy
Ron Blomberg (1948–) Major League's first designated hitter
Ryan Braun, Outfielder Milwaukee Brewers
Andy Cohen (1904-1988) 2nd baseman for the New York Giants (1926, 1928, 1929). Managed one game for 1960 Philadelphia Phillies.
Sid Gordon, infielder for the New York Yankees
Adam Greenberg (1981–) former outfielder with the Chicago Cubs
Hank Greenberg — AL MVP 1935/1940, HoF
Ken Holtzman, pitched two major league no-hitters. pitched in the '60s and '70s
Gabe Kapler, outfielder for the Milwaukee Brewers
Benny Kauff — "The Ty Cobb of the Feds"
Sandy Koufax — NL MVP 1963, HoF
Jesse Levis — Catcher with Brewers and Indians in the mid 1990s.
Elliott Maddox, Yankees, Mets, Orioles, Senators, Rangers
Jason Marquis, pitcher for the Chicago Cubs
Marvin Miller — first director of the MLBPA
Buddy Myer, infielder for Senators in the '30s and '40s
David Newhan up for debate as he believes in Jesus 
Jeff Newman (American baseball player)
Fred Newmark- Played on the Cleveland Indians during the 1950's
Lefty Phillips, managed the California Angels in late 1960s and early 1970s.
Lipman Pike, major league baseball's first player.
Jerry Reinsdorf Owner, Chicago White Sox
Dave Roberts (baseball pitcher)
Al Rosen — AL MVP 1953
Goodwin Rosen, "Goody"
Richie Scheinblum Outfielder for Indians, Senators, Cardinals, Royals, Reds and Angels (1960s and 1970s) Was on the 1972 American League All-Star Team
Bud Selig, Baseball Commissioner
Art Shamsky, outfielder and first baseman in the '60s and '70s with the Reds and Mets.
Larry Sherry, relief pitcher for the Dodgers
Norm Sherry, pitcher, managed the California Angels
Mose Solomon — "The Rabbi of Swat"
Steve Stone — 1980 AL Cy Young winner
Steve Yeager, catcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers
Larry Yellen, pitcher Houston Colt .45s  
You are not supposed to do work on the Sabbath. Using electricity constitutes work.
I am Jewish