Christian Identity Basics

by Jim Jester

What would I say if invited to speak at a Judeo-Christian church? A basic message to introduce the Christian Identity doctrine to the typical judeo-Christian.

Part 1:  "Can America Be Great Again?"  National salvation and a brief on the jews. Three methods of genocide. We cannot be great without racial consciousness and obedience to the Law of God.

Part 2:  "Identifying True Israel"  Sequel to “Can America be Great Again”. This picks up where the last sermon only briefly mentioned – the scriptural identity of Israel.

Part 3:  "Getting to First Base"  Now that we have discovered who Israel is and who is not Israel, we can begin to see the racial context of the Bible. Most of this lesson is from the gospels of John and Matthew. Some of the scriptural exposition presented is a repeat from the sermon “One Race, One Blood” – One Lie.

Part 4:  "Paul, Christian Identity Apostle:  Shaking off Judaism"  Sequel to “Getting to First Base.” Presenting Christian Identity basics to the judeo-Christian. Now that we have established that the Bible has a racial context from the words of Jesus, we delve further into the New Testament with Paul. Confusion over the word ‘Gentile.’ Paul had time to think about Judaism while in jail.

Part 5:  "Paul, Christian Identity Apostle:  History Surrounding Paul"  The continuation of “Paul: C.I. Apostle”.  Part 2 of discussion of Paul.  Presenting Christian Identity basics to the judeo-Christian. Israel and Jews not the same. A brief sketch of the history behind the expansion of Christianity into Europe. Catholicism is not the original church that was founded by Paul.

Part 6:  "Paul, Christian Identity Apostle:  Romans on Race"   The continuation of “Paul: C.I. Apostle”.   Part 3 of discussion of Paul.  Presenting Christian Identity basics to the judeo-Christian. In this lesson, we return to the racial theme begun in “Getting to First Base” and continue with Paul’s racial statements and his identification of the sons of God. This is prefaced by some first century history.