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Identifying the Biblical “Beast of the Field”, Part 7

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As long as eighteen centuries ago, certain men who were highly influenced by Jews as well as by pagan Greek philosophies had become Christians, and began writing voluminous works, many of which have been preserved to our time, although no one can claim with any great degree of confidence hat they are without corruption as we have them today. A couple of the more notable of these men are Justin Martyr and Clement of Alexandria. We mention these two here as examples. While it is always beneficial to see how some early Christians understood the faith of Christ, we must understand their writings in the context in which they were made, and can never accept them as replacements for Scripture in the formulation of Christian doctrine. They were never even universally recognized or disseminated for that purpose in their own time, and they were often disagreed with by other early Christian writers. But in these aspects, they were not alone: Tertullian, Irenaeus and others also shared this same plight, and deservedly so. There was no commonly accepted doctrine among the Christian assemblies until it was forced, for political expediency, beginning in the early 4th century at Nicaea and culminating with the decrees of Justinian establishing the Papacy as we know it in the 6th century, which elevated the bishop of Rome to primacy, and the bishop of Constantinople to the second place among all the bishops of the empire. Five hundred years later, the bishop of Constantinople led the first Protestant uprising against the Papacy, forming the separate Orthodox Church.

Justin Martyr was a Platonist, and influences from Plato are evident throughout his writings. He labored to label Plato and Socrates as pre-Christ or unknowing Christians because they espoused certain common concepts. But in his surviving writings, Justin did not cite Paul of Tarsus, and seems not to have even known of Paul, although he made some statements which were similar to some of those expressed by Paul. There are many errant claims based on Justin's evident ignorance of Paul, but the rational explanation for this is found in Scripture, in the Book of Acts. The apostle James told Paul “Thou seest, brother, how many thousands of Judaeans there are which believe; and they are all zealous of the law: And they are informed of thee, that thou teachest all the Judaeans which are among the Nations to forsake Moses, saying that they ought not to circumcise their children, neither to walk after the customs.” In chapter 22 of the Book of Acts, at verses 21 and 22, it is also clear that the Judaeans despised Paul for taking the Gospel of Christ abroad to the nations, which in Paul’s own words were later described as the scattered tribes of ancient Israel. The Judaizers had won over the Christians of Judaea at an early time, and later sects in Judaea, such as the Ebionites, continued to reject Paul on that basis. Justin, being a native Samaritan who also learned Christianity from contemporary Judaeans, must have also been influenced thusly.

Identifying the Biblical “Beast of the Field”, Part 6

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It has been nearly a month since my last presentation here, which was the last monthly End Times Update with Don Fox back on October 6th. I am still not ready to produce much new material, still having far too many tasks to attend to, but here I am in spite of the circumstances caused by the recent hurricane.

As for Melissa and I, we are fine. Our house is badly damaged, but Yahweh has blessed us with another place to live. My library, computer equipment, and most of our other possessions are all safe, and we suffered relatively minimum losses which should be fully covered by our insurance. So I fully expect my work and ministry to be back on a regular schedule as soon as I can finish getting moved and settled in and getting my other affairs in order, such as dealing with the insurance companies and smaller chores such as obtaining a new PO Box.

The building where we had our post office box, which was actually a UPS store, was badly damaged in the storm. A large portion of the roof caved in and several stores were destroyed in the strip mall where it was located. So I have not been able to get my mail in nearly a month. If anyone has sent me anything, including the payments which we await for new book orders, I probably won’t have it at least until the end of next week. Soon I will publish a new PO Box address on the Contact page at Christogenea.

Christogenea book orders have not shipped for five weeks, as we were just getting off a road trip when we received news of the developing hurricane. We are finally, as of last night, ready to ship books, and back orders will be filled and shipped over the next few days.

Christogenea CDs are no longer available. Evidently Paypal has forced Trepstar, the CD fulfillment service which we have used for the past four years, to drop our listings because of so-called “offensive content”. So Paypal is now the self-appointed arbiter of “acceptable” speech on the Internet, and they will continue to be until someone with pockets deep enough can sue them. The CEO of Paypal is a Jew from New Jersey, a life-long civil rights and LGBT activist who is apparently unmarried, so he is probably also a Sodomite himself. No wonder he hates us, and he is using his corporation to advance his political and social agenda. He too will fail in the end.

I plan to do at least one presentation on our experiences with Hurricane Michael, so here I have limited my conversation to our immediate circumstances, and I will save the rest. Now to get on to more important matters…

Identifying the Biblical “Beast of the Field”, Part 5

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This past Saturday Melissa and I attended an unannounced League of the South demonstration in Tennessee, which I could not indicate in my announcement for last week’s program. Of course, the scheduled demonstration at Sycamore Shoals State Park in Tennessee was canceled, and I hope to write about that soon. Christogenea is not a news outlet, and I have no compulsion to do so immediately. The demonstration went very well, and we were very well received by the local population of Newport, Tennessee. Nevertheless, for us it was a difficult road trip, as our jeep suffered a mechanical breakdown, nearly a second after having that repaired, and we had some other challenges along the way. We made it home a day later and one visit shorter than we had originally planned, as we had hoped to stop in North Georgia to see some friends there. Yahweh willing, we will have another opportunity to do that in a few months.

I have had some people who criticize us, meaning Identity Christians, on the basis that Christian Identity is something which is relatively new in history. So the other day in social media I explained Why Christian Identity is such a "new" denomination, and of course we know that it is not really a denomination, but they call it that. We know that it is The Way. Here are five simple reasons why it is so new:

1) Throughout the Middle Ages the question of race in Europe was not an issue, as most folks kept to their own kind and race-mixing was largely a result of prostitution or defeat in war.

2) The Roman Catholic Church had restrictions on copying Scripture for general dissemination, and even tried to hold the line once the printing press was invented, but the printing press ultimately defeated the policy by brute force.

3) Once men got their hands on copies of the Bible, they began reading and realizing how far the so-called "orthodox" churches had wandered from the Gospel of Christ. This was the chief reason for the Reformation and the cause of a multiplicity of denominations which followed.

4) The colonial period led British, German and French academics to treasure troves of information previously unavailable, through exploration and archaeology.

5) Once archaeological records of ancient population migrations became available and certain Protestants realized the implications, British Israel and then Christian identity began to develop, from around the second quarter of the 19th century.

Conclusion: If you cannot revise your thinking based on new information, or at least on information which is new to you, you are a slave and a fool. In the end, we will ALL be Christian Identity whether you like it or not.

Identifying the Biblical “Beast of the Field”, Part 4

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Although the planned League of the South demonstrations that were scheduled for the 29th at Sycamore Shoals State Park in Tennessee have been canceled, Melissa and I have come to the area anyway, as in our plans to attend the event we made other commitments which we wanted to keep. So this presentation is being prerecorded Friday afternoon for tonight's program and publication at Christogenea. I hope to write about the cancelled event and the implications of that cancellation in the weeks to come. The State of Tennessee has made itself an agent of the Antifa.

Identifying the Biblical “Beast of the Field”, Part 4

In my presentation from chapter 2 of the Gospel of John which I made here last week, which was subtitled Challenging Orthodoxy, I strongly criticized the so-called “Church Father” who is popularly known as John Chrysostom. Some people, mostly Orthodox Christians, took offense to that. They should be ashamed. They simply do not understand that their “Church Fathers” are not God, but men. Yahweh our God cannot righteously be criticized. Jesus, or Yahshua Christ, who is God Incarnate, cannot righteously be criticized. His chosen apostles were mere men and each had their faults, but their message, which is directly from Him, should not be criticized. But whenever we elevate a man to that level of veneration by which the man cannot be criticized, we engage in idolatry. I will not engage in or be subject to Orthodox or Roman Catholic idolatry.

One vocal complainant told me that I should repent for “attacking” his idol, Chrysostom. But he did not address any of the substance of my criticism. This is typical of idolaters. So I asked him, and several others like him, which of the Ante-Nicene “Church Fathers” is it that Orthodoxy follows completely, and none of them have answered. I do not believe they will answer, because it can be demonstrated that they will be found to have denied the very men upon which they claim to have their theological foundations.

Identity Christians worship Christ and believe the words of His apostles and prophets. But Orthodox Christians claim an authority for “tradition” and “Church Fathers” whom we see as mere men. We can cite them where they elucidate early Christian history, and we can discuss their attitudes on many subjects. But we cannot venerate them as gods, and we cannot view them as having been infallible – especially since they often disagree with one another. The Word of God is our authority, as the Scriptures themselves tell us, and not any traditions of men. The beginning of tyranny is the desire to rule over another man's faith, and we have a Christian duty to resist such tyranny, for that the early martyrs had died.

Why Do We Suffer?

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On August 26th, 2018, William Finck spoke at the Fellowship of God's Covenant People in Northern Kentucky. The presentation was perhaps an hour longer than planned, and for that reason, the notes below do not contain the entire sermon, but only the original portion.

Psalm 44: 19 Though thou hast sore broken us in the place of dragons, and covered us with the shadow of death. 20 If we have forgotten the name of our God, or stretched out our hands to a strange god; 21 Shall not God search this out? for he knoweth the secrets of the heart. 22 Yea, for thy sake are we killed all the day long; we are counted as sheep for the slaughter. 23 Awake, why sleepest thou, O Lord? arise, cast us not off for ever.

Being here [at FGCP] in March after the death of Pastor Mark Downey, and now passing through again after the burial of Clifton Emahiser, I thought I should seek to offer our community some encouragement.

Disaster and Death: Why Do We Suffer?

This is a broad topic. I won't ever be able to discuss every detail. But Yahweh willing, here we will hit on the important aspects. Perhaps anyone who hears this will stop blaming God for our woes....

Waiting on the Lord, why do we have divisions?

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Waiting on the Lord, why do we have divisions?

This evening I am going to ask, Why do we have divisions? And I am also going to answer that question, at least in some respects. At the same time, we must know what it means to wait on the Lord: that we cannot take the vengeance of Yahweh our God into our own hands. All of this shall hopefully serve to illustrate both the vanity and futility of man. And of course, when I say “we”, I refer to Identity Christians, or at least to those Identity Christians who appreciate our work here at Christogenea.

The other day, as we were on our way home from Kentucky, several friends tried to pull me into an argument on social media. At the start of it was a post and some errant conclusions which were based upon a mistranslation of Luke 12:49. So the result was an argument and a blow-up among friends who are otherwise very helpful to our common cause. I hate to see that. But I never got to read the ensuing arguments, since it is hard to read and watch for the cops while driving 85 miles an hour down the interstate.

So this evening I thought to do a program discussing several topics, and Luke 12:49 will be one of them. I am not taking sides, or trying to favor any of my friends. The arguing was deleted before I could respond to the calls for my opinion, and perhaps that is all the better. I only seek the truth of the matters at hand, and hope that all of my friends are willing to follow in that endeavor. This same thing also often happens in the Christogenea Forum, and I hope that some of our friends there also take note. Even there we are constantly beset with petty divisions.

A Critical Review of Bertrand Comparet's Who Is Your God?

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A Critical Review of Bertrand Comparet's Who Is Your God?

In my daily conversation and Social Media activities I frequently encounter situations which remind me of the fact that many old-time Christian Identity people do not like me, and do not like Clifton Emahiser, and for that reason they do not communicate with me and actually shun our work. This is true, of course, of all of those who deny Two-Seedline and the racial message of the Scriptures. But sadly, to me, it is also true of many who do understand the issue of race in the context of Scripture, and who would rather cling to the personalities of the past rather than examine and refine or correct their errors. They would rather cling to "muh Swift" or "muh Comparet" and remain in their errors, and that is actually a more subtle form of idolatry. They despise us for daring to challenge their old-time British Israel / Christian Identity dogma rather than study and consider what we have written. But in spite of the contention and the obstacles, our ministry grows each year. We pray that we remain on this course. We are not going to succumb to any desire for popularity, but rather we hope to get more and more of our brethren to understand this message in the face of adversity.

So here is yet another critique of Bertrand Comparet. We do this not to tear down one of our own teachers, but to show our appreciation for him while at the same time seeking to improve on his work, correcting things which must be corrected and, if we can, edifying places where he had left room for edification. We are all men, and all of us have room for improvement, or mistakes that may be corrected now or in the future. This printing of Comparet's sermon was transcribed and edited by Clifton Emahiser, and therefore we shall also include Clifton's critical notes in this presentation this evening.

Christian Identity Liturgy in the Book of Odes

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The Book of Odes is a collection of passages from Scripture which were once employed as a Christian Liturgy in the Eastern Orthodox Church. They are known to us only from the Codex Alexandrinus. Here William Finck presents the Odes and demonstrates that their teachings parallel our assertions of Christian Identity. The conclusion is that the Book of Odes is a Christian  Identity Liturgy, and that Christian Identity is the original (small 'c') catholic faith.

Christian Identity Liturgy in the Book of Odes

The Book of Odes is known to us mostly from Alfred Ralfs’ publication of the Septuagint, and it consists of a collection of songs or poems which were found placed at the end of the Book of Psalms in the Codex Alexandrinus. Sir Francis Brenton did not include them in his Septuagint translation, ostensibly because that work was based primarily upon the slightly older Codex Vaticanus, where the collection is not found. The Odes are only pericopes which were extracted from other portions of Scripture, so by themselves they are not an actual Biblical book. However to us they are interesting, because of the nature of the pericopes themselves.

O Lazarus, Where Art Thou? Part 1, with Pastor Mark Downey

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O Lazarus, Where Art Thou? Part 1, with Pastor Mark Downey of Kinsman Redeemer Ministries.

During a phone conversation which we had the other day, I made the remark to pastor Mark Downey that rather than the children throwing their crumbs to the dogs, today we are in a situation where the dogs are throwing crumbs to the children. When he told me that he had explained that situation very similarly in a recent sermon, well, I had called him to ask if he had anything that he would like to present at Christogenea this weekend, and now here we are this evening with that sermon.

The title of Mark’s sermon is O Lazarus, Where Art Thou? This is not a reference to the Lazarus who was resurrected by Christ, but rather it refers to the impoverished Lazarus of the parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus. This Lazarus is indeed one of the children hoping for crumbs to fall from the table of the dogs.

The Flat-Earth Bible?

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The Flat-Earth Bible?

Tonight we are going to talk about Flat-Earth verses from the Bible. Some of these verses are also used to promote a geocentric view of the universe. So let me first state that Flat-Earth proponents usually also support geocentrism, but geocentrism does not necessarily require a flat earth, so the two concepts are separate. But we do not actually intend to discuss the merits or shortcomings of either of these theories. Here we only plan to discuss many of the Bible verses used to uphold these theories, and interpret what we believe these verses are really saying. It is more important to do this, as it should help to lay a solid foundation for real scriptural understanding.

Quite unfortunately, there is also a hollow-earth theory floating around Christian Identity circles. It is based on a spurious so-called secret diary that claims to be from Admiral Byrd and supposedly records observations he made while crossing the South Pole. Of course, the hollow-earthers in Christian Identity usually fail to mention the German U-boat sailor Karl Unger’s claim to have found “Rainbow Island” in the Hollow Earth at the South Pole, or the story of supposed Air Force Colonel Billie Woodward, that he and his sister were born in the Hollow Earth, and that both of them were hermaphrodites. The Hollow Earth tales are as Kosher as one can get, and when you combine them with the claims of a Flat Earth you rather appropriately end up with a bagel. Being Identity Christians, we should have a greater care to prove what is true, reject Jewish fables, and avoid swallowing such bagels.

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