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A Commentary on the Epistles of Paul has been completed at Christogenea.org. This lengthy and in-depth series reveals the true Paul as an apostle of God, a prophet in his own right, and the first teacher of what we call Christian Identity.

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Why did ancient Egypt, once the greatest of all nations, crumble into oblivion, where it has remained for 3,000 years? What happened to the glory of ancient Babylonia, or to Assyria? Where is the splendour of the ancient Persians, or the Medes, or Parthia? How have the Greeks, the pinnacle of ancient civilization, not produced anything of note as a culture since the fall of Byzantium nearly 600 years ago? What happened to the might and the majesty that was Rome, once far greater than them all? How, or why, have all of these once magnificent cultures for so long been little more than quarries for museum relics? America, and all of Christian Civilization, is now following in the footsteps of these ancient empires. It's absolutely true. The evidence is all around you. History does indeed repeat itself, again and again because people refuse to learn from it. But there is a solution.

You can deny it. You can rant and rave. You can scream. You can cry "hate" and utter blasphemies. You can make railing accusations. But you can't change the truth. A shining city on a hill cannot be hid. A lamp when lit is not placed under a couch. There is indeed a God of all creation. And there is indeed a race anointed by that God. Here it is identified. Whenever that race allows itself to amalgamate with others, it falls into permanent decay. Understanding this is one of the keys to all history, and it is the understanding of the rise and fall of all great cultures. You can go away mad, even spouting profanities, or you can face the reality, and consider the implications while investigating the assertions being made.

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On Genesis, Part 47: Figures of the Messiah

Genesis 37:1-36

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In our last presentation of this commentary, Vessels of Destruction, we had discussed Genesis chapter 36, where there was a break in the narrative of the life of Jacob so that Moses could conclude his account of Jacob’s early years. So following the death Isaac he had then described the progeny of his brother Esau. Where Moses had listed the descendants of Esau, in addition to his Hittite wives it was also apparent that at least one family of the Horites were intermingled into his genealogy, and both Esau and his son Eliphaz were described as having taken wives from of that family. Then, comparing the earlier mention of Esau’s first wives in Genesis chapters 26 and 28, it is evident that over the course of time the situations with his wives had changed, and the offspring which are described in Genesis chapter 36 are from wives other than those, so the concise and incomplete account beckons questions for which there will probably never be answers.

But from the beginning, it is evident that the Edomites were mixed with two different branches of the Canaanites, both the Hittites and the Horites. However even this seems to be contradicted much later in Scripture, in Deuteronomy chapter 25 where we read that “12 The Horims also dwelt in Seir beforetime; but the children of Esau succeeded them, when they had destroyed them from before them, and dwelt in their stead; as Israel did unto the land of his possession, which the LORD gave unto them.” This is repeated again, in part, a little further on in that same chapter. So while it seems to contradict the fact that Esau and his sons had intermarried with the Horites, the circumstances are not mutually exclusive. The Edomites evidently had displaced the Horites, since there is no apparent record of a specifically Horite or Hurrian presence having been prevalent in Mount Seir in later times. But at the same time they took their women as wives to the extent where one family of the Horites had been incorporated into Edom, and since so many Horite men are reckoned along with the genealogy of Esau, it is certainly plausible that they also had taken of the daughters of Esau.

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Of course, this problem is not peculiar to Identity Christians. Of all Christians, Identity Christians are most likely to despise the corrupt world, as Christians should, and convict it of its sins. Once we are gone, our enemies will have much more time to focus on centrist groups such as Moms for Liberty or the John Birch Society, etc.

See FIRE Statement on Free Speech and Online Payment Processors and Financial Censorship from mainstream civil rights organizations. 

The Bible Commands Racial Segregation - A Review of a Sermon by Bertrand Comparet

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The Bible Commands Racial Segregation - A Review of a Sermon by Bertrand Comparet

Here we are going to present and critique a sermon by Bertrand Comparet which has been presented under diverse titles in the past, for reasons we shall describe as we proceed. However doing this, I also hope to demonstrate why it is important for us, as Bible-believing and Bible-studying Christians, rather than as merely denominational Christians, to constantly investigate, refine and improve our own understandings of Scripture, its original languages, its historical context, and all of the various aspects of the context of words, verses and passages found in Scripture, so that we may come to a better understanding of our faith, and so that we may be able to better defend and explain our professions to others of our kinfolk.

Every passage of Scripture has a historical and situational context which must be understood before it may be properly interpreted, and the same is also true of Hebrew or Greek words and their definitions. If Christian Identity is the Elijah ministry, as its objectives certainly do fit the description of that ministry where it is found in the closing verses of the prophet Malachi, then it is of the utmost importance that we do present our case to our kinfolk. But if we profess things which can easily be disproven, we will be quickly mocked, and we will have failed ourselves and our people, as well as our God. When people hear an argument in support of a position or doctrine which is contrary to their own predisposed beliefs, they will scoff at the slightest mistake in the data supporting that argument, and dismiss all of it for that one small mistake. It is already quite difficult to get our kinfolk to even listen to our case, so we must strive to make it as airtight as possible.

This has always been a constant challenge for me. Many Identity Christians who are much older than I, or who had only heard of our work at Christogenea recently, despise it and label us as heretics, because we dare to correct their icons, whether they be Bertrand Comparet and Wesley Swift, or Arnold Murray, or Sheldon Emry, or Dan Gayman, or whoever else it was from whom they may have learned about Christian Identity in the past. But all of these were also just men, none of them are Christ Himself, and all men make mistakes quite frequently. I have made many errors, and as I have often said, I pray that I can find them and correct them. Often, others find them for me, and when they do I am grateful, always being willing to correct them so long as they are actually errors. That is humility, since all Christians should bend the knee to the Word of Yahweh their God, without wavering or rebelling.

Origin of the Jews, Part 2 - Christ on the Jews and their Lies

Part 2 of a series being created by some of our friends at Christogenea. Download the video here. Is our server slow? This video will also be mirrored at William Finck's Bitchute channel. Archivists: the resolution is better at Christogenea, where it is 1920x1080. Reposting is encouraged! Mentioning Christogenea is appreciated!

On Genesis, Part 46: Vessels of Destruction

Genesis 36:1-43

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On Genesis, Part 46: Vessels of Destruction

The literary style which Moses had employed in Genesis serves a specific purpose, as it relates a family history from Adam through Noah and his sons, which contains just enough information so that the children of Israel may know from where they had come, so that they may recognize those nations to whom they were related, and so that they may be warned concerning those to whom they were not related, or at least, not fully related. Then, after a space of at least thirteen hundred years concerning which there are only a few vague statements, it continues with an account of the family of one man, Abraham, and over a period of two generations the focus is narrowed to Jacob, whom, at this point in Genesis chapter 35, has now been renamed as Israel, or “he who prevails with God”.

Interwoven in accompaniment with this outline of history are descriptions of primordial events which are presented in a manner that the society of the children of Israel may use them as foundational documents. Writing Genesis, Moses must have already expected the children of Israel to utilize these accounts as the primary elements of their education, a sort of constitution, so that they may form a Godly worldview which is tailored according to a pattern which is presented in the Word of Yahweh their God, who had led them out of Egypt, and govern themselves in a manner which He had deemed appropriate. But Genesis itself is actually only a preamble to that constitution, since the later books of Moses which contain the law along with the early history of Israel as a developing nation are all predicated upon the Genesis account, and they had all been instrumental in the function of Israel as a society, containing the formative document of the nation in Exodus as well as the laws by which they were expected to be governed.

On Genesis, Part 45: Hope and Despair

Genesis 35:1-29

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On Genesis, Part 45: Hope and Despair

One important lesson which we should all find in the story of Jacob Israel is that in spite of his having had the hope of the promises of Yahweh God, he still had to live with the despair of being in this world. So after he had returned to Canaan from Haran, his daughter was raped by his enemies, at least several of his sons had disappointed him in various ways, even having violated his marriage bed, and among other things, as we shall also encounter here in Genesis chapter 35, his most beloved wife had died giving birth to his last child. If Jacob had suffered these things, having inherited the promises of Abraham and having had the direct blessings of his God, and yet he persisted in obedience to God, then Christians should know beforehand that they shall also suffer these things, and that they must also persist in the faith which Jacob had exhibited. No Christian apart from Christ Himself is better than Jacob, a man who was described by Moses as having been perfect or complete, even if in the King James Version the word is mistranslated as “plain” in Genesis chapter 25 (25:27).

For this same reason, Paul of Tarsus had written in Romans chapter 8, speaking of the creation of God found in the children of Adam, “16 That same Spirit bears witness with our Spirit, that we are children of Yahweh. 17 And if children, then heirs: heirs indeed of Yahweh, and joint heirs of Christ; if indeed we suffer together, that also we will be honored together. 18 Therefore I consider that the happenstances of the present time are not of value, looking to the future honor to be revealed to us. 19 Indeed in earnest anticipation the creation awaits the revelation of the sons of Yahweh. 20 To transientness the creation was subjected not willingly, but on account of He who subjected it in expectation 21 that also the creation itself shall be liberated from the bondage of decay into the freedom of the honor of the children of Yahweh. 22 For we know that the whole creation laments together and travails together until then.” Christ Himself expressed this same sentiment in His Revelation, in chapter 21 where John had described his vision of the descent of the City of God and we read: “3 And I heard a great voice from out of the throne, saying: ‘Behold! The tabernacle of Yahweh is with men, and He shall dwell with them, and they shall be His people, and Yahweh Himself shall be with them, 4 and He shall wipe every tear from their eyes, and death shall not be hereafter, nor grief, nor crying, nor toil, it shall be no longer: the former things have departed!’”

On Genesis, Part 44: Wrath, Subsided, Subdued and Imprudent

Genesis 33:1 – Genesis 34:31

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On Genesis, Part 44: Wrath, Subsided, Subdued and Imprudent

Since his departure from Haran and the house of Laban his father-in law, at this point in our Genesis account Jacob has faced two of the three trials which he would have even before he had reached Canaan. First, he was accosted by Laban himself, on account of the missing idols which Rachel had taken from her father. Then, he was compelled to wrestle with a strange man in the middle of the night, who with all certainty was an angel of Yahweh God, but whom Jacob had imagined to have been God Himself. Of these trials, Jacob apparently had no warnings. But he stood up to Laban and his injustices, and Laban could only answer by compelling Jacob to make a covenant with him. Then he stood up to the angel, and he even compelled the angel to bless him, which he did. Now Jacob will have to face his brother Esau, and already he has had much fear and trepidation. It was on account of Esau that twenty years earlier he had fled to Haran, as Esau had threatened to take his life. So his own parents had sent him away, warning Jacob, and now Jacob must remember the threat. In spite of the fact that Jacob was magnified greatly during his time in Haran, initially he went there on account of the wrath of Esau.

Following the meeting with Laban, two encounters with angels which Jacob had along the way since he had left Mount Gilead must have served to help prepare him for his encounter with Esau. The first was when he had seen a double encampment of angels, whereafter having heard that Esau was going to meet him with four hundred men, with trepidation Jacob had split his own party into two camps in preparation for that meeting. The second was after he had wrestled with the angel, and he had imagined that he had seen the face of God. So now, when Jacob meets with Esau, he imagines that same thing of his brother, and he expresses it, even having treated Esau as if he were God. At a much later time, Christ Himself had taught that men should treat one another in the same manner in which they would treat him, for example in the parable of the sheep and the goats.

On Genesis, Part 43: Trial and Trepidation

Genesis 32:1-32

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Before we commence on the next portion of our Genesis commentary, we should have a short digression to illustrate some of the challenges involved in writing a commentary. Discussing Genesis as it is found in the King James Version, it is certainly tedious to explain in detail every reading which differs from other versions, or even from the Septuagint alone. So minor differences in the text of Genesis chapter 31, such as in verses 13 and 24, had been purposely neglected when we discussed that chapter at length. This has probably been the case with many places in Genesis. So while there are others we shall discuss presently, here I will begin with brief examples of these two verses. In verse 13 where Jacob had given his wives the account of how he had gained such a great number of cattle from their father, Yahweh is recorded as having assured him that if he left to return to Beersheba, that “I will be with thee.” Those words are wanting in the Masoretic Text, but the assurance is given in other promises which Yahweh had made to Jacob. In verse 24 where Yahweh had warned Laban not to harm Jacob in a dream, He is recorded as having said to him “Take heed to thyself that thou speak not at any time to Jacob evil things.” In the Masoretic text it is “either good or evil” in that warning. These differences are immaterial in the greater context of the account.

Furthermore, the patterns of the cattle which Jacob had bred are sometimes interpreted differently, or even rather strangely in the Septuagint. For example, where there is a Hebrew word translated as ringstraked in the King James Version, in Brenton’s translation of the Septuagint in verse 35 of Genesis chapter 30 it is white, but it is apparently streaked in verse 39, and speckled in verse 40. Then in chapter 31 it is white again in verse 8, striped in verse 10 and speckled in verse 12. This does not reflect upon Brenton, as there are different Greek words in those places, which were evidently different interpretations of the meaning of the Hebrew word, unless the original manuscripts employed were themselves different – something at which we would not be startled. But since it does not change our interpretation of the meaning of the account, it is not worth the effort which it would require to map out every Hebrew and corresponding Greek word in order to explain in detail every little difference between the ancient texts.

On Genesis, Part 42: A World Without Trust

Genesis 31:19-55

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On Genesis, Part 42: A World Without Trust

Once Jacob had married both Leah and Rachel, and had twelve children born to him in Haran, he had wanted to leave there, but his father-in-law Laban had begged him to stay. So as the account goes in the later half of Genesis chapter 30, after Laban had admitted to Jacob that he himself had profitted greatly on account of his presence he had then asked him to remain. Upon answering him Jacob only agreed to remain under the condition that he could keep to himself certain of the cattle as payment in exchange for his labor. So Laban agreed, and perhaps he was only eager to accept the offer because Jacob’s demand for payment in the speckled, spotted, grisled and striped cattle of the flock must have seemed as if it would be even more profitable to him than to Jacob. However unbeknownst to Laban, Jacob had a dream, where the God of Bethel, the God of his fathers, had appeared to him, and while it is not stated explicitly, in that dream he must have been shown how to increase the ratio of such cattle exponentially among the kids of the flock, a claim which is established by Jacob’s subsequent actions.

Presenting that account, we had long digressions in order to present information from studies in a field called epigenetics. There, we sought to demonstrate how certain substances in the wood which Jacob had placed into the watering-troughs of the cattle could indeed cause certain genes which are otherwise latent to express themselves in the kids of the flock, and that is how Jacob’s dream was fulfilled. Not only would the cattle drink the water in which the wood had been soaked, but they would very likely eat of the bark and of the wood itself, as sheep and goats frequently do eat trees. This may seem like magic, and in earlier ages, before the advent of genetic science, it must have seemed that way, but now there is a simple and natural explanation which stands as a proof that the provenance of our Scriptures certainly is found in Yahweh our God. While it is certain that Jacob did not understand epigenetics, he did know to strip some of the bark from young saplings and place them in the watering troughs, and the knowledge of the operations of nature which is found in God had caused the desired effect.

European Fellowship Forum, December 2023

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Among the topics discussed:

The immigrant flood into Britain and elsewhere and the prophetic implications. Bolshevik use of Latvian and Chinese mercenaries to launch their revolution. / Whether to go to war for ones government if one is conscripted. / The plight of Christians dependent upon worldly employment and forced to do things which they would not normally do. / Non-Adamic “people” and the relationship to sin. / Concentration of wealth in corporations. / The differences between instruction and study, reading and research. / Stress, worry, and learning instead to trust in God. / Obesity, diet, and sin./ Tuna and scales, is tuna unclean? Are mushrooms unclean? / The word Gott in Germany is consistently understood to be a reference to the God of the Bible, except among a small minority of neo-pagans. / Brief discussion of National Socialism and Christianity. / Online sources for Classical literature, i.e. Perseus Digital Library, Project Gutenberg. Project Gutenberg is banned in Germany on account of copyright laws. / Challenges of publishing books for truth-tellers or dissidents. / Verifying Christian Identity truths. / Nutrition and sickness, choosing the medical industry when one is sick, or trusting in God. / Number of mosques in Germany, degree of integration of White nations with other races. / Blatantly open crimes such as shoplifting, or looting, are unknowingly subsidized by Whites who do business with the same corporations and their insurance companies. This is a back door to Communism. / Willingness of most Whites to accept and integrate with other races, jewish humanist brainwashing of White Society. / Scofield Bible and jewish claims that they are all twelve tribes of Israel. / Solar generators are not as efficient as advertised. Many more panels and batteries are need than what is typically advertised. / Why Hitler declared war on America, Roosevelt’s undeclared war on Germany from 1938, America’s current proxy war with Russia. / Chinese and Russian presence in America, train derailments and food processing plant burnings are very possibly acts of sabotage, muslims in America. / Changing demographics in the American South, a new Yankee invasion. / Elohim City, Church of Israel in Missouri (Dan Gayman), antipathy towards and differences with Christogenea. / Mocking the holocaust myth. / Negro riots in the mid-1960’s. / And more…

New Version December 26th! A Handbook Against Heresies for Identity Christians


A friend has created a Christian Identity: Handbook Against Heresies which seeks to compile and explain from Scripture a collection of basic Christian concepts which is meant to be a quick witness to help address and combat basic heresies and misunderstandings. This may also serve as a good primer for those wanting an overview of our general Christian Identity professions.

The Handbook was updated and a new copy posted December 20th, 2023 and again on December 26th, 2023. We expect this to happen periodically.

Download the PDF handbook here. There is also a clean version formatted for printing without any underlined cross-references and no highlighting. Another version without highlighting removes all background color from the text, but it has underlined cross-references. here you may also download the clean version, the version without highlighting, or now for a combined version which contains both highlighted and clean copies of the text.

The Scorpion and the Frog, from Aesop's Fables

A scorpion and a frog meet on the bank of a stream and the scorpion asks the frog to carry him across on its back. The frog asks, "How do I know you won't sting me?" The scorpion says, "Because if I do, I will die too."

The frog is satisfied, and they set out, but in midstream, the scorpion stings the frog. The frog feels the onset of paralysis and starts to sink, knowing they both will drown, but has just enough time to gasp "Why?"

Replies the scorpion: "Its my nature..."

Never expect anyone to act contrary to their nature.

Addendum: The Wisdom of Solomon - An English Translation by William Finck


A completely new translation by William Finck of Christogenea.org, based on the text of the Rahlfs-Hanhart Septuaginta, but not necessarily following the punctuation of that edition. Download the PDF here. There is also a navigable chapter-by-chapter Greek-English Interlinear Version.

The Wisdom of Solomon is a profound and inspired work of literature, which, with all certainty, should have been included in the canonical Scriptures alongside the other works of Solomon, regardless of the fact that there is no extant Hebrew manuscript. The work is found in early lists of church canon, such as the Muratorian Canon, and it was included alongside the other Biblical books of wisdom in the Old Testament in the 4th century Codices Sinaiticus (א) and Vaticanus (B) and in the 5th century Codex Alexandrinus (A). While there have been contrary claims, for example at the Israeli website deadseascrolls.org, no supporting evidence has been presented, and therefore the work has evidently not been found among the Dead Sea Scrolls. However we must wonder if those examining the Scrolls would even recognize it, since there is no known Hebrew text against which to reference any possible fragments.

Passages from the Wisdom of Solomon were alluded to by Paul of Tarsus, and had obviously been an influence on him in his writings. For example, the “whole armor of God” analogy is very close to a description of the wrath of God found here in Wisdom chapter 5. In Romans chapter 8, Paul had used the term for creation in the same fashion as it was described in Wisdom chapter 19, in verse 6. Yet Wisdom also presages many of the illustrations which Yahshua Christ had employed in various of His parables in the Gospel, especially where Solomon spoke of races of men and their generations as trees and branches.

Of course, while we cannot imagine that Christ was inspired by Wisdom, His use of so many similar allegories in the same contexts certainly elucidates the fact that Solomon was inspired by Him. So in Wisdom we find rebukes of the lawless, the godless concept that “might is right”, the wandering of the impious into the corruption of their seed through miscegenation, and the fact that bad trees cannot produce good fruit, along with an exposition of some of the beginnings of idolatry. Finally, there is an analogy portraying the world of the wicked and of sin as Egypt and Sodom, much like the Revelation also attests, and the reordering of the creation of God in the organization of the children of Israel, which is how the history of the children of Israel had begun, and how Revelation also concludes. The Wisdom of Solomon is indeed a masterpiece of Christian theology, and a philosophical bridge between the Old and New Testaments which no true Christian should be without.

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Christogenea Voice Chat Server

While we do not announce it publicly very often, at the Christogenea Voice Chat server there is a Bible Study and Discussion every Wednesday evening at 8:00 PM US Eastern time, and William Finck is often there chatting with friends after the Friday night podcasts. It is also an occasional venue for Open Forum programs. the connection instructions are found at Christogenea.net/connect.

For some time now, we have recorded the pertinent parts, at least, of the Wednseday Night Bible Studies and the ARCHIVES are posted at our Media site.

Sven Longshanks Jailed by Judge who lets Baby Rapers Off the Hook

Our friend Sven Longshanks was given a two-and-a-half year prison sentence yesterday in a Welsh courtroom, for expressing unpopular but truthful opinions in as many as ten different podcasts which were published on the internet at least several years ago. The government’s claim was that Sven was attempting to “incite racial hatred”, something which is only treated as a crime when the accusation may be made against people who oppose certain government policies which are openly hostile to White Europeans. From his initial arrest, Sven was forbidden to speak about the case, so we do not even know precisely which podcasts it was for which he had been charged, however so far as we know, none of them were from Christogenea. The supposedly offensive podcasts were all from Sven’s Radio Albion website.

See https://www.givesendgo.com/supportsven

There is no “freedom of speech” in the United Kingdom, or anywhere in Europe, so a man can go to prison merely for expressing thoughts or opinions about history or society with which the government may disagree, without any consideration as to whether those thoughts or opinions have any actual basis in fact. In this respect, Sven’s case is a perfect example of how the government treats White Europeans who disagree with the diversity agenda far worse than non-White immigrants who commit actual crimes. The judge in Sven’s case, whose name is Huw Rees [which can probably be Anglicized to Hugh Reese], is himself a personification of that fact.

Christogenea Forum Mobile Android App

There is now a prototype mobile Android app for the Christogenea Forum. You may download it at the link below. You may need to change the settings on your Android-compatible device in order to install this app. For that, see the following article:

How to install third-party apps without the Google Play Store

This app will be updated periodically, as I can make improvements or as improvements or updates are made by vBulletin, the company from which we have our Forum software. I plan to look into iPhone compatibility in the near future.

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New Radio Streams

We are now switching our links to point to our new radio streams! It may take some time to find and change them all... Click HERE for full information concerning our new streams. NOTE: Live podcasts will only play one Stream 1 from this point forward, which will hopefully also improve connection quality.

All of our old streams and the servers which hosted them have all now been disconnected.

The Latin word GENTILIS in 1927 Junior Classic Dictionaries

Here we have several images from the Junior Classic Latin Dictionary. In his later papers, after he had found this definition, Clifton Emahiser cited this lexicon in relation to the meaning of the Latin word gentilis, which is "of the same clan or race", and how that true meaning of the word may affect one's view of Scripture, since with that meaning the truth of the nature of the covenants of God is revealed.

The word gentilis is the Latin word that Jerome had employed to represent the Greek word ἔθνος, or nation, in his Latin Vulgate, and that is the underlying word where the King James Version has gentile or gentiles in the New Testament.  Jerome may have used any one of several other more general Latin words which may mean nation, but he purposely selected this more specific term.

The word gentilis never meant "non-Jew" to any Roman!

Help Support Christogenea

These past few years, and the past few months especially, Christogenea has been cut off from most of its sources of funding. While we may still be found on CashApp, that is not convenient for all of our friends and listeners. We are currently searching for another new credit card processor as we have already been cancelled by cornerstone.cc, who has been rejecting payments for the past week. Cornerstone has not given us any explanation although we have requested one. We know the explanation already.  

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Christian Identity: What Difference Does it Make?

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It is no mistake that 2000 years ago, Christianity spread and was accepted by tribes of White Europeans as they encountered it. It is no mistake that for the last 1500 years Europe has been predominantly Christian. Christianity had spread not only to both Greece and Rome, but also to Britain and other points in Europe as early as the middle of the first century. Tribes in Gaul were converting to Christianity in the second century. By the third century, if not sooner, Germanic tribes of the Goths and Alans had accepted Christianity. All of this was long before the official acceptance of Christianity began with Constantine the Great, the Edict of Toleration and the Council of Nicaea.

To mock Christianity today is to mock a hundred generations of our ancestors. People who mock Christianity think they know something better about our past than their own ancestors, the people who actually lived in those times many centuries ago. The truth is that the people who mock Christianity know little-to-nothing about the world of the past and the circumstances under which their ancestors ultimately accepted Christianity.

There are many incongruities in the perception of the people who mock Christianity today. On one hand they claim that it is a “cuck” religion, and on the other they complain that their ancestors were forced into Christianity by Christians. So they admit that their own ancestors were weaker than the “cucks” they despise. On one hand they claim that Christianity is an effeminate religion, and a Jewish religion, but then they complain that their ancestors were forced into it by Christians. So they admit that their ancestors were weaker than effeminates and Jews. All the while, they proclaim the “might is right” mantra of their own neo-paganism, while professing that their weak ancestors, forced to subject to Christianity, were somehow treated unfairly! Those who mock Christianity are simply too stupid to realize all of these cognitive disconnects, and there are many more that we won’t get into here. We already presented them here a few years ago, in two podcasts titled White Nationalist Cognitive Dissonance.

Exactly Why Jesus Christ is NOT a Jew

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This recording has been appended to the Christogenea Saturdays program for January 27th, 2018. It merits this separate posting.

What if Jesus were descended from the Israelite tribe of Judah, as the Scripture says that He is? Well, of course He is, because the Scriptures do not lie. But what if the people known as Jews today were NOT of the tribe of Judah? Nor even of Benjamin or Levi? Then how could Jesus possibly be a Jew? The answer is easy, Jesus is not a Jew because the people known as Jews today are not of Judah. The Bible itself tells us this.

For this reason Jesus Himself told the church at Smyrna, in Revelation 2:9: "I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan."

Just in case that is not understood, Jesus also said to the church at Philadelphia, in Revelation 3:9: "Behold, I will make them of the synagogue of Satan, which say they are Jews, and are not, but do lie; behold, I will make them to come and worship before thy feet, and to know that I have loved thee."

So according to Jesus Himself, the people calling themselves Jews at this time are not "real" Jews, meaning that they are not actually of the tribe of Judah. But how can that be? First, we will see that Paul of Tarsus agrees with Jesus, and the events which Luke recorded in Acts chapter 26 had actually transpired about 35 years before John recorded the Revelation.

Classics Corner

Here we will periodically feature one or more of our older program episodes. Sometimes they will be pertinent to other events at Christogenea.

The alien hordes currently pouring into Europe, and also into America and other White nations, are fulfilling Biblical prophesies made many centuries ago. The proof is in a history which few now know, because Classical literature is irrelevant to modern churchmen, and the Bible is alien to classicists. Interpretations of archaeological discovery are seen through a Jewish worldview, and that worldview is also based on falsehoods. But when we come to love the truth of our God, we can no longer be blinded by the satanic Jews.


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