If you look at a Roman Catholic crucifix, have you ever wondered if it pictured the right thing—in other words, does it depict what our Savior looked like during his death? And the same goes for the many Protestant pictures of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Was it true that His skin remained smooth and that that He lost very little blood from the crown of thorns on His head and the side wound where He was stabbed and the nail imprintment on the hands and feet. But how does this fit in with the many scriptures like is found in Isaiah 52:14— "As many were astonied at thee:His visage [outward appearance] was SO MARRED MORE THAN ANY MAN, and his form more than the sons of men:…”The crucifix along with the pictures does not teach this at all.
The Christian Identity message is basically founded on one premise or truth that can be proven beyond a shadow of a doubt, that the Anglo Saxon, Celtic, Scandinavian, Germanic and kindred peoples are the true Israel people of the Bible. But, this wonderful truth is eclipsed by a terrible untruth that the jews are Israel; after all, that’s the name of their country and the Bible talks about jews right? It’s quite an accomplishment to get most of an entire race of people to think they are something they are not, but that’s exactly what has happened to White people. Somehow the jews have managed to get our people to think of themselves as gentiles, which is erroneously defined as non-jews. In other words, a non-jew cannot be an Israelite. And that presumes that the word jew included all 12 tribes, even though the initial claim was to only one tribe; that of Judah, hence the slang word jew coming from the first syllable. It doesn’t matter if you’re a Christian or if you think it’s a matter of religion, because the word gentile has been secularized into the English language. I guess it helps if you can buy out companies that publish dictionaries and you can change the definition of words.
What I want to focus on today is not the vast wasteland of dogmas and divisive doctrines that evolve into denominations because some religious leader thinks it’s the truth.
A little girl was talking to her teacher about whales and the subject gravitated to the Bible. The teacher said it was physically impossible for a whale to swallow a person, because even though it was a very large mammal, its throat was very small. The little girl stated that Jonah was swallowed by a whale. The teacher became a little irritated and reiterated that a whale could not swallow a human being; it was physically impossible. The little girl said, “When I get to heaven I’m going to ask Jonah.” The teacher smugly asked her, “What if Jonah went to hell?” To which the little girl replied, “Then you can ask him.”
This anecdote operates on several levels as to whether either party is right or wrong, carnal or spiritual or if it’s even funny. We hear much too often well-meaning Christians telling other Christians whether or not something is biblical without any inclination to hear the rest of the story; further information that will lead to a better understanding of the truth.