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Arthur Lee: White Lives Matter to God, Parts 3 & 4

 
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Arthur Lee presents parts 3 and 4 of his series, White Lives Matter to God, Parts 3 & 4

From Arthur's conclusion:

Though it is evident throughout the Scriptures that our Father is a God of wrath and judgment, He is love and abounds in mercy. How could we have ever fully trusted in a god who punishes beyond what is actually due, while making promises he can't keep? Yet if we truly are convinced that this same God took upon flesh and received all that punishment Himself on His children's behalf, we should no longer have any excuse to not go fully after Him in faith, obedience, and love. Only white lives matter to God; every single one of us.

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 13

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 13

The matter of salvation is continually disputed by presumed Identity Christians, and those disputes are fraught with emotional arguments by people who are steeped in the teachings of the traditional churches, teachings which are often incorrect. Furthermore, the disputants are quite frequently invested with a desire to judge sinners for themselves, rejecting the judgement of Yahweh God if it does not agree with their own judgement. So they make what should be a rather simple doctrine into something very complicated, they end up with a proverbial bowl of spaghetti, and then they even disfellowship one another in their persistent arguing over the details of their own constructions. But the matter of salvation should be a simple issue, and it should not be at all complicated, if only we would accept and believe the Word of God.

The the biggest problem I see within the general Christian Identity community is indeed the fact that most of its adherents, as well as most of its preachers, have come from Judeo-Christian denominational churches. In turn, most of them have brought many of the doctrines of those denominational churches along with them on their Christian Identity journey. The Roman Catholic idea of heaven and hell comes straight from the beliefs of the Pharisees, and was retained in one form or another by the denominational churches. Many presumed Identity pastors have never let go of their seminary training, and that also exacerbates the divisions among Identity Christians.

So at Christogenea we suffer disputes, and we are even trolled and slandered on Social Media over this issue. Rather oddly, the same individuals who troll us on this issue do not troll or slander Jews, Catholics or Evangelicals for what they believe. However we have also observed one important aspect in the thinking of the people who dispute with us on this issue, and that is that they all have this idea that one verse of Scripture somehow actually cancels out what is said in another verse of Scripture. That is not the correct way to approach the Word of Yahweh our God, and as soon as anyone is infested with such a bone-headed idea they cannot ever divide the Word of God correctly.

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.

Paul's First Epistle to Timothy, Part 5: Rome Pagan and Catholic

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Paul's First Epistle to Timothy, Part 5: Rome Pagan and Catholic

Discussing 1 Timothy chapter 3 we took a lengthy digression to explain that in the many places where Paul of Tarsus referred to the various mysteries of the Christian faith, none of these things should any longer be mysteries to Christians, because Paul himself had explained them wherever he had mentioned them. Once Paul explained them, it is only common sense that they should be mysteries no longer. But in its doctrines, the Roman Catholic Church still considers them to be mysteries, in spite of the fact that Paul explained them as he mentioned them in his epistles. But the very essence of Christianity informs us that certain tenets of the faith should remain mysteries to outsiders, for which reason Christ had spoken in parables. However they should not be mysteries to Christians.

To Christians there is no “mystery of the church”, since Paul taught that the church was to consist of the people of the nations of those Israelites who were scattered in antiquity, and he brought the Gospel to those same people as he was commanded to do. Furthermore, to Christians there is no mystery to the “mystery of God”, because Paul had taught that Yahshua (Jesus) Christ is Yahweh God manifest in the flesh, and there should be nothing too difficult to understand about that. Paul was not alone, as these same things are also taught in the writings of the prophets and in the Gospel itself. In the Revelation of Yahshua Christ, we learn that by our own time the mystery of God was to be finished, and it is, because as Identity Christians we announce it’s fulfillment in spite of the denials of the Roman Catholics and the other denominational churches.

Dr. Michael Hill of the League of the South

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A Conversation with Dr. Michael Hill of the League of the South

I first became interested in the League of the South late last year when a good friend had brought the organization to my attention, even admonished me to become familiar with it, and then I had noticed that some of the people whom I was acquainted with on social media were among its members. So we first met a few of the people from the Florida chapter of the League at a small affair they had held last December. But when I decided to go to New Orleans for the demonstrations in defense of the Confederate monuments at Lee Circle back in early May of this year, I knew that it was also an opportunity to better get to better know the membership and what they stood for.

This is no run-of-the-mill civic organization or Southern heritage group that meets up and plays at toy soldier while lamenting the loss of an unfortunate war. Rather, to them the war has not been lost at all, and it is still being fought even if the actual shooting has been suspended. From my observation, the League stands for resistance to the tyrannical American Empire, and they continue to encourage political secession from an unholy Union, as well as the perpetuation of White Southern culture and the rights of the Southern people and society to its own self-determination.

Paul's First Epistle to Timothy, Part 4: The Mysteries of the Faith

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Paul's First Epistle to Timothy, Part 4: The Mysteries of the Faith

Throughout the first part of 1 Timothy chapter 3, Paul discussed guidelines for the selection of qualified supervisors and servants in a Christian assembly – which are in most translations referred to as bishops and ministers – and we made some summary statements concerning Paul’s mention of the “mystery of the faith” in verse 9, where he had instructed that reverent servants of the assembly should “not be double-tongued, not addicted to much wine, not shamefully desirous of gain, holding the mystery of the faith in a pure conscience.” Ostensibly, a sinful man should not be able to hold the mystery of the faith with a clear conscience, where we see Paul infer that a clear conscience is the product of a moderate lifestyle and keeping of the law. Now in the closing verses of the chapter Paul will mention the “mystery of piety”, or as the King James Version has it, the “mystery of godliness”, and so that we may understand what it is that Paul means by referring to these mysteries, we shall discuss them as he has referred to them throughout his epistles, because they should really not be mysteries any longer.

But before we undertake that endeavor, here we see that Paul addresses Timothy on a personal note. We left off just short of the closing verses of 1 Timothy chapter 3, where Paul had concluded his summary of the credentials which he thought necessary for a man to have before being selected for the leadership of a Christian assembly, that, as Paul had explained, he should have conducted his life in an exemplary manner and Paul gave examples of such conduct. Now we shall continue our discussion where Paul tells his younger companion:

14 These things I write to you hoping to come to you shortly [א and the MT have “come to you more quickly”; the text follows A, C, and D], 15 and if I delay, that you would know how it is necessary to conduct yourself among the household of Yahweh, which is the assembly of Yahweh who lives, a pillar and foundation of the truth.

Here we see that as he was writing this epistle, Paul had expected to come to Timothy shortly. A little later on, in verse 13 of chapter 4 of this epistle, he expresses this intent once again where he says “Until I come, you attend to the reading, the exhortation, the teaching…” As we saw when we presented the opening chapter of this epistle, Paul had left Timothy in Ephesus, ostensibly after the trouble with the silversmiths described in Acts chapter 19, which was most likely the Spring of 56 AD. In 1 Timothy chapter 1 Paul wrote “I besought thee to abide still at Ephesus, when I went into Macedonia”, and in the opening verse of Acts chapter 20 we read “And after the uproar was ceased [which was the uproar with the silversmiths that is recorded in Acts chapter 19], Paul called unto him the disciples, and embraced them, and departed for to go into Macedonia.” So this passage also infers that Timothy was left behind in Ephesus.

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.

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 12

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 12

I have often said that we cannot read the prophecies of God and foresee the future, and I stand by that statement today. The prophecy was not given so that we can foresee the future, but it was given so that we can look back and see its fulfillment, and know that God is true. However what we can see in the inspired prophecy of Scripture is the expectation that we should have as Christians. Thereby knowing what our Christian expectations should be, we can live our lives accordingly, seeking to edify one another, and to please Yahweh our God. The old adage is true, that Christians must live in the world, but should not be of the world. Our expectations must be in the salvation of our God, and not in the salvation which is of the world, which once and again has led only to our further enslavement.

Throughout this series I have been picking on Ted Weiland, and rightly so because Identity Christians must learn to see through this charlatan. Of course, much of Clifton’s original critique in this Special Notices series is in answer to Weiland’s lies and misinformation concerning Two-Seedline, but his error is far deeper than that. Here is the perfect example of someone who is supposedly awakened to our collective plight as a people, yet has his head so firmly buried in his own hinder-parts that he cannot see the conflict of interests in his own opinions. Now, aside from what Clifton has already done, I would not give him any attention as he is no different than the rest of American clergy, except that he calls himself a “Christian Identity” pastor, and as he does, he leads a fair portion of the sheep down the path to perdition. So for this reason I must continue to chastise him.

As I got ready to prepare for this presentation, I went to check out Weiland’s Facebook page to see what he has been saying recently. He does have a lot of decent-sounding rhetoric about Godly government, but his general attitude exhibits a desire to reform the government we have rather than to appeal to Christ as King. So I found a post where Weiland expressed concern over so-called “revolving door issues” at the federal Department of Justice, attached to an article which speculated as to whether Wall Street was either bullying or bribing federal prosecutors. Then there was a post promoting a book reviewed at a political website about gratuitous government spending, or so-called “pork barrel” legislation. Weiland used this to launch a diatribe against the American Constitution, which he seems to make an almost daily habit. Then there was something he posted about government-controlled healthcare, and something else about tax reform, where Weiland said “Let's talk about real tax reform, biblical tax reform.”

Some Chats With Our Friends.

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At the beginning of the program I discussed some of the Deuteronomy chapter 28 curses of disobedience and how they are being fulfilled in Christendom today. Then we were joined by our friends Sonny Eanes, Travis Brady, Jerel Mosley, Danny Updegraff and Don Fox for conversations on topics such as awakening to Christian Israel Identity, David Duke, End Times prophecy and more... We thank everyone who participated.

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 11

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 11

Because of many of the things which we profess at Christogenea which are so vastly different from the various Biblical interpretations of the denominational churches, we are constantly embroiled in conflict. And it amazes me that those who disagree with us often simply refuse to go away. Instead they are actually hurt, they become emotionally involved, and they begin to troll us relentlessly, even to the point of spreading slander and cursing us on Social Media websites. If they were truly Christians, then they should forget about us, wipe the dust from their feet, and instead redirect the same zeal towards the enemies of Christ, so that we would all be better off. However when we examine these people, it almost always becomes manifest that they have some sort of sin in their lives which they are attempting to justify, whether it be a mamzer wife, or mamzer grandchildren, or sometimes that even they are bastards attempting to fit themselves into the Christian Identity community. So long as our ministry exists, their consciences cannot rest because we stand against their sin, and they are continually reminded by our presence that they themselves cannot be justified. So they are angry and attack us seeking to discredit our message.

Among these matters of conflict is our consistent profession of the fact that only people of the White Adamic race will see the Kingdom of Heaven, and all others are consigned to the Lake of Fire at the end of the age. However Yahshua Christ Himself said that “unless a man should be born from above, he is not able to see the Kingdom of Yahweh”, as it is recorded in John chapter 3. An examination of Scripture reveals that Adam was the son of Yahweh, and that only our Adamic race is “born from above”, of both water and of the Spirit of Yahweh. In the Genesis account of Creation, Yahweh took credit for the creation of one race only: the Adamic race, and only they are instilled with His heavenly Spirit. So our enemies often claim that the other races were described as having been created as “beasts”, in Genesis chapter 1. That is not at all true, but their dishonesty really becomes apparent when they get to the New Testament and claim that the other races, which they said were created as beasts, are now somehow “men”. That is universalism by the back door, while those same people who hold such a perverted view also claim that they are not universalists. We have fully demonstrated the role of the non-Adamic races in Scripture, in five segments of our Pragmatic Genesis series. I simply cannot repeat all of that here. In the end, in the last chapters of the Revelation, the City of God is described as having twelve gates, and upon those gates are written the names of the twelve tribes of the children of Israel. Nobody else will be able to enter into that city. Unless a man is born from above he shall not see the Kingdom of Yahweh, either from within or from without. One is either a sheep or a goat, and by that time all of the goat nations shall be cast into the Lake of Fire.

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