When Moses received the test question from God, the people answered in the affirmative. This was a religious test even though the words religion and religious are misnomers. A misnomer is something that is named in error. One of the first things I learned in Christian Identity is that Christianity is not a religion; it’s a way of life. Religions are man-made. Christianity is made by God. The word religion comes from the Latin ‘religio’ and means ‘to bind anew.’ This word seems originally to have signified an oath or vow to the gods, or an obligation, which was held to be very sacred during the Roman Empire. However, 200 years ago in America, religion was often synonymous with Christianity for all intents and purposes. It was the test itself that was the principle of controversy in more recent times.
Part 1: A message defending the faith of our fathers, the heritage of True Israel and the hope we must transfer to our posterity; a challenge to the traditions of tyrants, that Christianity proclaims liberty; the importance of where and when a 'religious test' is appropriate and biblical.
Part 2: A presentation as to why the religious test remained with the states and not the federal government; addressing the arguments leveled against the founding fathers regarding jewish and Masonic conspiracies.
I'm a baby-boomer and growing up in the 1950's, when you could walk down the street in relative safety, I remember my mom saying, "Don't talk to strangers." Even 50 years ago, America was changing for the worse. Christianity was on the verge of a major downswing towards a hyphenated judaization and multicultural diversity. Back then, the proverbial stranger was a hitchhiker with his thumb up for a ride or someone you didn't know offering candy to children. The innocence of such things soon changed, because of a few gruesome crimes, which later became quite common. In fact, the dark side of strangers has become serial, as in killers and pedophiles. Trust is no longer taken for granted. Talking to strangers today can be deathly. And so we have to ask if the Bible prohibits our people from conversing with the strangers of forced integration. Actually, it’s more than just mere conversation; it is the mindset of modern social interaction.
I choose Deuteronomy for our Scripture reading today, because most people would not be able to tell you who the stranger is in verse 12. Christian Identity seems to be the only form of Christianity that has an understanding of three different words for stranger that are found in the Bible. If these strangers are not biblically identified, our kith and kin could be facing serious trespasses and doing just the opposite of what God commands. To the universalist or those who think God's salvation includes all races, rightly dividing the word stranger means little or nothing to them. They go about their merry race mixing ways in disobedience to God's Law. In fact, they go on the offensive to instill White guilt for the so called sin of racism. However, this ‘Answers in Genesis’ “sin” is not from the Bible, but from Baal worship.
The biblical perspective of what constitutes a stranger can be either someone of our own race or someone of another race. This is made evident by the scriptural record itself.
I no sooner commenced to sitting down with a yellow legal note pad to write down this message, when a bird in the backyard began squawking. I wondered, "What's his problem." It sounded like some kind of warning, rather than the happy chirping of an early bird catching a worm. Perhaps another animal was encroaching upon his meal.
I love how the Holy Spirit works. Before I began to write anything about tribulation, the sounds of God's creation gave me a sermon example from the get-go. Through this otherwise mundane morning activity of nature, it came to my mind of a situation we had last year in our driveway.
The authors tell you “Reading this book takes courage” not because of its contents, but what you must do after you read it. I say it takes perseverance to wade through the misconceptions they’ve given, because the book is a smokescreen for a new spiritual fad and fads are wrought with bait and hook. They are not fishers of men, but poachers. If you’re already disgruntled with whatever typical church is out there, then this is an easy excuse to find not only an alternative church, but an alternative Jesus. Or maybe you’ll just drop out of being a Christian altogether.
After they put a burden of guilt upon you, you are primed for the next step of participating in spontaneous anarchy in the name of “the Church.” The point of this review is not to make a big deal about the origin of church practices and how we worship, but to warn you of how our faith can be undermined by an even more hideous hyper-apostasy than churchianity, which calls itself “organic,” as if that makes it pure as the driven snow.
The church or ecclesia must be understood in the context of race. If the race card is not played, then you have a stacked deck. In other words, if the relevance of Israel in the Bible is trivialized with universalism, then the church itself is corrupted.
I received a copy of this book in the mail from our Australian friend, Hank Roelofs of Christian Identity Ministries. Evidently, it is causing some controversy over there and here as an idea that is either loved or hated; and he had an uncomfortable feeling about it and asked if I would review it. While the book purports to support 1st century Christianity (and guess what? So do I, but not the way they do), Hank said it seemed to have the odor of rebellion (citing Korah, Dathan and Abiram in Numbers 16, which we will look at later on). He suspects a rather effective disruption to Christian thought through the wedge of ‘divide and conquer,’ but couldn’t quite put his finger on it. I think I can point the fickle finger of fate to these authors who have written a book paved with good intentions and where that road leads to.
The most important thing I could ascertain from this book is that it was void of the same thing it was chastising i.e. the modern church and that is identifying the people for whom the Bible was written and what their responsibilities are.
This is a review of a book about the pagan influence upon the Christian church.
Part 1: A so-called organic church movement to destroy conventional church worship and practices is countered by a Christian Identity perspective with historical and biblical facts.
Part 2: This book review refutes the spiritual anarchy to eliminate church buildings; i.e. the hallowed ground reserved for White-only congregations, sermons and pastors, dress codes. A commentary of Numbers 16 as it pertains to the authors of 'Pagan Christianity'.
Salvation of colored people and mulattos was not of too much concern to the average White or White Christian until about a century and a half ago when abolitionists caused the death of over half a million White American soldiers. Through the millennia philosophers, emperors and a priestcraft had the luxury to pontificate over the status of non-Whites in the scheme of world events. In contrast, the average White man’s only consideration was providing for his family in a hostile world. Since the White man’s only focus was for his own kind, caring about the welfare of other races, whether it was their past, present or future status, had to be pounded into their minds through any means.
It shouldn’t come as any surprise to the Christian Identity community then, that the White person who discovers his biblical heritage as the Israel people of Scripture and has not yet developed a racial consciousness, because of a lifetime of brainwashing, innocently inquires about the salvation of other races, especially if they have been reared in the catholic/orthodox judeo-Christian churches or given k-12 years of public indoctrination/education.
Christian Identity has restored one of the most prevalent issues found in the Word of God and that is the subject of race. However, in an attempt to bring forward the righteous corrections of faulty teachings, it is somewhat like revisionist historians dealing with the holocaust industry. Christian Identity does not enjoy the glut monopoly of merchandising information as does the establishment religions and media, although we do have a gift of discernment and an unwavering love for truth wherever it may lead. What we have been told about race in the Bible has been an unmitigated fraud to destroy us. What the Bible actually says about race will preserve us. We are like David standing up against Goliath having a wealth of encyclopedic facts to sanction the mixing of the races. This has been accomplished over a long period of time by contaminating the historical record and the Bible itself with disinformation.
The baby boomer generation, if they were raised in Christian homes, were taught “Thou shalt not kill,” “Thou shalt not steal,” “Thou shalt not bear false witness,” but ‘Thou shalt not race mix” was nowhere to be found in the Ten Commandments, even though it’s right there. In the 1950’s racial matters were taking on a new perspective from influential jews. It was a given at that time that God made White people distinct from all the other races of the earth and that He separated us by kind and geography. The jews had to influence the pulpits of America to influence the people into a new way of looking at other races. That influence was egalitarian, meaning racial equality and “Love thy neighbor” took on a whole new dimension by redefining biblical terms that pertained only to Israel, the people of the Bible.
The conceptual contrast can be seen between our own Bible and the jewish Talmud. Lev. 19:18 says, “Thou shalt not avenge, nor bear a grudge against the children of thy people, but shall love your neighbor as yourself.” The context is racial i.e. “Thy people.” The jewish Tanach, on the other hand translates it quite differently, “You shall not take vengeance or bear a grudge against your countrymen, love your fellow as yourself.” The context is now geographical and eliminates “neighbor” as your own kind.
The divinity of Jesus Christ is hated by the jews, because His genealogy, back to the first White man, Adam, was a seedline of racial purity. The genealogy of jews is an ancestry of mingled seed whether it is traced as far back as Cain or to Esau or to Eastern European Ashkenazi jews, whom 95% of jewry are connected to and come from the Turko-Mongol Khazars of the 9th Century AD.
Let me begin by recollecting a scene from the movie, "Patton", in which George C. Scott reenacts the encounter General Patton has with a soldier at a field hospital. The General is honoring his wounded men until he comes to this one guy shaking like a leaf and he asks a nurse, "What's wrong with the man?" She said something like, "Oh, sir, he's suffering from the emotional stress of the battlefield." At that point, Patton takes off his gloves and starts smacking the soldier in the face, calling him a coward; telling him there's nothing wrong with him and running him out of that hospital where other soldiers were bleeding, bandaged and dying on their deathbeds.
Do you think Patton understood the implications of cowardice among his troops if gone unchecked? For one thing, you're not going to win a war, if your men lose the will to fight. By the same token, do you think our God understands the ramifications of a coward in and among His people, Israel? When the Lord declares in Jeremiah 51:20 that our race is His battle axe and weapons of war, the thought of a coward doesn't even enter the picture. In fact, the word coward is not even in the Bible, although, as we'll see, there are cases of cowardice. God's Word is more focused on the godliness of victory and the means in which to achieve it than having a preoccupation with defeat. The enemy works very hard to instill a mindset of doom and futility, which leads to our surrender to the world.
Scripture Reading: "Where there is no vision, the people perish” Proverbs 29:18
When was the last time you heard another Christian share a vision with you, that wasn’t floating in the ether of raptured prose or pious platitudes, but rather something of a vision that was down to earth, unpretentious, understandable and provides the kind of hope that foments victory? Well, this is a sequel to my sermon ‘Jesus Christ for President,’ because I realized what good is that premise without a follow-up as to how things would be should people rally together in their desire for the government of Christ Himself. Unfortunately, our people have been more conditioned and programmed to an apocalyptic end of the world, than an end of the Mystery religions and prophetic Babylon. I think the point of Christ’s return is that the bride is finally made herself ready; and if we could envision an inaugural address, fictional as it may be, where God’s people Israel are on the verge of renewing her vows of marriage, we may not perish after all. I have only given this sermon once before at the time of George W. Bush being crowned for a second term and I give it now during the deification of Obama’s second term (2013).
You will have to use your imagination to appreciate this vision. It is not Mark Downey giving the speech, but someone else much more qualified to represent the office. I would envision a composite of Patrick Henry, Charles Lindbergh and perhaps George Lincoln Rockwell; an archetype man of God with a racial consciousness being fully equipped with the Christian Identity message; having been duly elected as the presiding officer of the united States, in subservience to the King of kings, Jesus Christ, and His eternal jurisdiction; giving this potent historic speech to “We, the people” of God.
We've been lied to, as the real meaning of the word 'devil' in Scripture has been misinterpreted as some kind of malevolent spirit-being or biped monster. The devils are two-legged for sure, but there's nothing supernatural about people who lie for a living. The Greek word for the New Testament devil is diabolos and simply means false accuser, calumniator and slanderer. Nowhere is it used of a superhuman-being tempting men to sin. When Jesus spoke of the Pharisees being of their "father the devil," Christ was speaking figuratively of the parent corporation "Babylon" from whence the 'traditions of the elders', or Judaism, came.
The Big Lie of Nimrod, the mongrel king of Babylon, was that he declared himself God. "For this purpose the Son of God was manifested, that He might destroy the works of the devil" (I John 3:8). Here we have the classic contrast between the truth and lies. Jews, or those who carry the tradition of false accusation from ancient Babylon, cannot believe Jesus because He speaks the truth. "He who is of God hears the words of God; for this reason you [jews] do not hear, because you are not of God" (John 8:47).
Scripture Reading: Acts 27:1, 9-11, 21-26, 30-32 and 44
Perhaps one of the best examples of Christian courage is the story of Paul facing a trial in Rome, standing before Caesar. Paul was in the custody of a Roman centurion who would escort him back to Rome and was treated favorably, because he most likely heard the story of Cornelius 25 years earlier and how the Christians had broken past the barriers of Judaism treating Romans as their racial kindred. And now on the trip to Rome, Julius the centurion would witness the power of the Gospel in real life.