This sermon will not be a study of the Book of Revelation. There is much symbolism and controversy regarding the meaning of the book. Of course, it depicts the great struggle between good and evil. The chasm between the good and the evil continues to grow larger. America needs a racial revelation to dissuade us from the current trend.
There are the various views of interpreting the book: Preterism, Historicism, Futurism, Idealism; and there are various combinations and mixtures of these systems of thought. Because there is controversy surrounding the book does not mean we should not read it. In fact, it is the only book in the Bible that grants a blessing to those who read, hears, and keeps the things written in it. That alone gives us more reason to take notice of this book.
The book of Hebrews was written during the last half of the first century. We do not know for sure who wrote this Epistle. The mention of Timothy (Heb. 13:23) has led some to think that Paul or one of his associates wrote it. Our friend, Bill Fink, an Internet C. I. teacher at Christogenea.com, believes Paul did write it.
The church of Alexandria appears to have been the first to consider that Hebrews was written by Paul or reflected his thought. Clement of Alexandria (c. A.D. 150-215) named Paul as the author and that he wrote it in Hebrew, but argued that Luke translated it into Greek. Origen (c. A.D. 185-253) concluded that the thoughts were of Paul but that the phraseology and composition were those of someone who was recalling the apostle’s teaching (e.g., Clement of Rome, Luke, or Priscilla). Most say it was written during the last half of the first century.
The Jamison, Fausset, Brown Commentary also believes Paul wrote it:
“The writer, though not inscribing his name, was well known to those addressed (Heb 13:19). For proofs of Paul being the author, see my Introduction. In the Pauline method, the statement of subject and the division are put before the discussion; and at the close, the practical follows the doctrinal portion. The ardor of Spirit in this Epistle, as in First John, bursting forth at once into the subject (without prefatory inscription of name and greeting), the more effectively strikes the hearers. The date must have been while the temple was yet standing, before its destruction, A.D. 70; some time before the martyrdom of Peter, who mentions this Epistle of Paul (2Pe 3:15, 3:16); at a time when many of the first hearers of the Lord were dead.” –JFB
As to who the Book of Hebrews was written to, there is plenty of confusion in judeo-Christianity.
This is the last of the series related to Paul as a Christian Identity Apostle. The Epistles to the Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians and Philemon are known as the “letters of Paul’s imprisonment” (at Caesarea and Rome). Today we will cover three of these letters: Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians. There is a lot of Scripture in this lesson. It will not be a complete theological exposition of each book, but rather, areas of these letters as they relate to the racial issue. The purpose of this series is to explain C. I. basics to the judeo-Christian, because their churches will not touch the race issue with a ten-foot pole.
After church last week, we went out for lunch, which we often do as a time of fellowship (or communion) with our racial brethren. One of the waitresses noticed the service dog with our group and so a discussion of dog breeds developed. I thought to myself, that people naturally will discuss breeding among animals; but if one were to discuss the subject within the human realm, it would usually be rejected as ‘not relevant’ or not the same. But of course, it is the same because it is about life and genetics and that is common to all living organisms. And so, we continue in this series to examine Paul’s statements that relate to race.
In our Scripture reading of Galatians, we saw that, “God sent forth his Son, born of a woman, born under the law, that he might redeem them that were under the law, that we might receive the adoption of sons” (Gal. 4:4-5). Jesus, the Son of God, was born of a woman of our race, which makes Him an exclusive kinsman Redeemer. He did not redeem all races. Thayer defines ‘adoption’ as: “that relationship which God was pleased to establish between himself and the Israelites in preference to all other nations.”
Then our Scripture further says, “…and if a son, then an heir through God” (Gal. 4:7). What a wonderful thought, that we are literally sons and daughters; and therefore heirs through our God. This is a racial relationship.
In our last lesson, we saw a brief sketch of history surrounding Paul; and quite a few quotes from prominent church fathers and historians proving that the Apostle Paul traveled into Europe, including the Britannic Isles. Picking up where we left off, I want to continue some of this history with a quote from Sheldon Emry’s book, Paul and Joseph of Arimathea.
Rome Declares War on Christianity
A quote from Chapter 10 of The Drama of the Lost Disciples shows how rapidly Christianity was accepted in northern Europe. On page 89: "The Holy Crusade had spread so rapidly from Avalon to beyond the seas that Rome was so disturbed it could no longer ignore the challenge to its own pagan policies and imperial security. In the year A.D. 42 Claudius, Emperor of the Romans, issued the fateful decree to destroy Christian Britain, man, woman, and child, and its great institutions and burn its libraries. To this purpose Claudius equipped the largest and most efficient army ever sent by Rome to conquer a foe and led by its most able generals."
PAUL, CHRISTIAN IDENTITY APOSTLE: History Surrounding Paul
by James N. Jester
April 14, 2019
Scripture Reading: Acts 26:1-7, Paul’s Defense Before Agrippa
In the previous lesson (part 4) on Paul the Christian Identity apostle, we ended with the apostle in jail at Caesarea. Paul was still in the process of shaking off his jewish indoctrination as a Pharisee.
Our scripture reading is the beginning of Paul’s defense before king Agrippa during his two-year stay at Caesarea. He has finally shed his judeo brainwashing. No longer does he call himself a “Jew” (Pharisee), but now proclaims “our twelve tribes.” He now understands the Jewish problem just as Jesus and John understood it. Jews are not Israelites and Israelites are not jews. Yet most of the church world thinks they are the same, and they think the children of the devil (as Jesus called them) are the “chosen of God.” What absurdity and embarrassment this is from anyone who claims the name of “Christian”.
PAUL, CHRISTIAN IDENTITY APOSTLE: Shaking off Judaism
by James N. Jester
April 7, 2019
Scripture Reading: Acts 9:1-15 ISV
Someone has said, “The greatest weapon in the world is the truth.” This is why the Fellowship of God’s Covenant People does what it does. We administer the truth. Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth and the life.”
Winston Churchill said, “The truth is often guarded by a wall of lies.” In his case, he should know for he told many lies to support what he called ‘the truth.’ But the statement, I believe, is certainly true when it comes to the theology of present day Christendom under the curse of judeo-Christianity. So we want to further clarify the scriptural teachings concerning race from the New Testament perspective.
In our last lesson “Getting to First Base,” we found that race was the foundational context of the Bible via the authority of the words of our Lord, Jesus Christ. In this lesson, we will see that the racial foundation of Scripture continues with the ministry of the Apostle Paul, the first Christian Identity Apostle. The text of our last lesson, “…salvation is of the jews,” (Jn. 4:22), St. Paul knew well, for he was steeped in Judaism and often referred to himself as a “Jew.” It appears he had quite a struggle in deprogramming himself out of Judaism to become a great leader of Christian doctrine. Most of us too have had a similar struggle.
In the last sermon (lesson 2 of the series) we looked at the major scriptural identifying marks of Israel. In so doing, we also discovered that the ethnic group known as the “Jews” does not in any manner coincide with their claim that they are the “chosen of God.”
In this sermon, we want to prove from the New Testament that the Bible is a racial book. The reason for looking to the N. T. is because most judeo-Christians will not accept the Old Testament, especially if it pertains to racial statements – they simply want to brush off such statements with responses like, “that’s O. T. and Jesus changed all that; we don’t need it anymore.”
In our opening text, “salvation is of the Jews” (Jn. 4:22), Jesus is speaking to the Samaritan woman about the proper way to worship God. She had mentioned “this mountain,” which was the Mt. Gerizim temple. This is where the mixed race Samaritan’s worshipped ‘Baal’ for over 400 years, and at this time was in ruins. There were two locations (Dan and Bethel) in the former northern kingdom of Israel. When Jesus appeared at this time in history, Judea was becoming a “melting pot.” This temple was the forerunner of universalism and Roman Catholicism. The pure race Judeans worshipped at the temple in Jerusalem. What is the lesson?
This is my continuing series on presenting the truth to Judeo-Christians. The Judeo-Christian world thinks our scripture reading refers to the “Jews” (albeit, that word does not appear) but we will show otherwise. In the last sermon I briefly touched on the identity of the ethnic group known as the “Jews” and how they do not historically fit into their claim that they are the “chosen of God.” I further presented four facts of history proving that true Israel is the White race. Now we want to concentrate on the Scriptural marks of the real Israel.
Scripture Reading:“My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge…” Hosea 4:6
This message was developed with the thought of how to present the Israel truth to a typical judeo-Christian church. And I’m sure all of us have had similar thoughts. What would I speak about if asked to preach to a local congregation? Well, there are some necessary subjects to cover when confronting people who don’t understand what we in Identity fully grasp. For instance, the use of the word “Israel” conjures up questions about the “Jews.” Therefore, that subject must be dealt with immediately, in order to get past the mental block that brainwashed people have, before they can begin to assimilate the truth. So, this will be very basic, and like “preaching to the choir.” And I hope this lesson will plant a seed in the heart of a young judeo-Christian out there in cyber space.
Can America be great again? Was America ever great in the first place? Well, that is certainly a legitimate question and a good way to start a debate. However, since no one person or group of people can be totally perfect (and great), at least to some degree, America and its people were great (or greater) in its earlier years. We would also have to define “greatness” as well. I will not set out in this message to prove that our country was great at one time because most historians would agree that this is true.
There may be those out there in Internet land wondering why Identity pastors have nothing to preach about except race; and, saying, “Why don’t they preach about the love of Jesus or salvation?” I would answer them with this. 1) Who else out there is teaching this very important truth? 2) Enough pastors across the country already preach about “salvation” (and what they think it means) so why should we copy them? 3) We regret to sound repetitive, but we see the topic of race relations all through Scripture; which is something judeo pastors do not see at all. 4) The demographics of our country is nearly at the point of no return; thus, forever changing the racial face of America. 5) God has laid this responsibility upon us because we love the brethren, and we love the truth.
The portion of Scripture we opened with, is the opening paragraph of the account in Genesis chapter 34 of Jacob’s interaction with the people in Canaan, sometimes referred to in Bible headings as: “Dinah Seized in Shechem” or “The Defiling of Dinah”, etc. But there is more to the narrative than the dishonor of Dinah. In fact, the account reveals deception on both sides of this conflict. Therefore, we shall go through this chapter, verse-by-verse, and making comments.
In recent days, we have heard of some of our people whose families have had someone marry into another race. As time goes on, it seems, this terrible sin becomes more widespread. And, it will continue regardless if our people are in church or not (because most churches go along with it).
Moreover, who is responsible for this adulteration of our race? Sure, we can point the finger to the archenemy of Christianity, the jews and other politicians; but besides them, it lies in the heart of all “judeo-Christian” churches and their seminaries. And narrowing it down even more, many of these churches get their information and advice on the race issue from none other than “Answers in Genesis. While A.I.G. claims to be a Christian apologetic organization, I believe they do more harm than good in proclaiming the Christian message. They feed doctrinal error to individual Christians and churches who come to them for advice.
This is part 4, concluding my series on the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. This week we have entered into the 501st year of the anniversary, Oct 31, 2018.
According to Philip Melanchthon, 31 October 1517 was the day German monk Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-five Theses on the door of the All Saints’ Church in Wittenberg, Saxony in the Holy Roman Empire. Historians and other experts on the subject argue that Luther may have chosen All Hallows’ Eve on purpose to get the attention of common people, although this has never been proven. This became known as the start of the Protestant Reformation.
Christian Identity shares many of the doctrines of the Protestant Reformation. However, our principles and ideals go just a bit deeper than what has transpired in Christendom since that time, 500 years ago.
Ethno-nationalism,also known as Ethnic Nationalism, is a form of nationalism wherein the nation or country is defined in terms of ethnicity (or race). The central theme of ethnic nationalists is that political nations are defined by a shared heritage, which usually includes a common language, faith, culture, and ethnic ancestry; and tends to be exclusive.
In contrast, Civic Nationalism is based on political membership and tends to be inclusive. Thus, the various countries of the world differ on how they define their version of nationalism.
Herodotus was the first who stated the main characteristics of ethnicity, with his famous account of what defines Greek identity. He lists kinship, “of the same blood,” language, “speaking the same language,” cults and customs, “of the same habits of life.”
William Finck informs us that, “Ethnic nationalism is the only valid form of nationalism, and civic nationalism is entirely artificial, unnatural, and can only be enforced by tyranny. It is empiricism and not nationalism at all.”
The biggest error of the Reformers was that they had no Covenant in their theology. They all came from their former church of Rome – the Catholic Church. The word “catholic” means universal. The Bible has never taught universalism; just look at what happened at the Tower of Babel. We can only unite under God’s Law. The Catholic Church has no Covenant and neither do the protestant churches today. The Reformers missed the key element of the Bible because of their time in the pagan Roman church. And even Protestantism, as good as it was, remained catholic.
Perhaps the reason the Reformers missed the racial context of Scripture was that in their day the Christian church was White. Historically speaking, there never was a multi-racial church. Christianity had been exclusively White up until about the fifteenth century, so the idea of applying the gospel to all races simply was not in the forefront of the minds of the early Reformers – it seems to have been an oversight. The Reformers were imperfect and many of them disagreed in doctrine and church-political relationships. But they made a good start and we owe them our appreciation. Many of them died for their faith.