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Cultural Marxism and the Frankfurt School, Part Three with Professor Kevin MacDonald

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William Finck and Sword Brethren interview Kevin MacDonald on the Frankfurt School and the jews in America.

Revelation Chapter 1 - 12-18-2010

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I 1 A revelation from Yahshua Christ which Yahweh had given to Him to show to His servants the things which are necessary to happen quickly, and He having sent explained through His messenger to His servant Iohannes, 2 who bore witness to the Word of Yahweh and the testimony of Yahshua Christ, as many things as he had seen. 3 Blessed is he reading and those hearing the words of the prophecy and keeping the things written in it, for the time is near.

This John who “bore witness to the Word of Yahweh” must therefore be that John who wrote the Gospel, which he considered to be the Word which became flesh (John 1:14). As it was discussed in the opening notes of this presentation, there are many witnesses from the second and third centuries of the Christian era which also attest to the Apostle John's authorship of the Revelation.

Revelation Introduction - 12-11-2010

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An introduction to the Revelation including documentary evidence to the antiquity of the Revelation and some of the historical testimony that John the apostle and author of the Gospel bearing that name also recorded the Revelation.

See below for program notes. See also  http://christreich.org/content/notes-revelation for program notes, related papers and other information as this series develops. 

 

 

Like the rest of the New Testament, there are many witnesses to the text of the Revelation which are quite old, however when the Christogenea New Testament translation was created, the concern centered exclusively with those manuscripts which are esteemed to predate the 6th Century AD, which was the time of Justinian and when the Roman church first began to extend its reach and consolidate its power over Christendom. So that the listener has an idea of the age of sources for the text, here are the relevant witnesses to the Revelation which are from that remotest antiquity:

The Christian Institution of These United States, Part 3

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This program is from The Voice of Christian Israel, October 24th, 2010, where William Finck filled in for Eli James.

Click here for the PDF copy of the entire book described below, upon which this program was based. The attachment below also contains an Open Office copy of the notes for the program.

Notes from the CHRISTIAN LIFE AND CHARACTER of the CIVIL INSTITUTIONS of the UNITED STATES, DEVELOPED IN THE OFFICIAL AND HISTORICAL ANNALS OF THE REPUBLIC. BY B. F. MORRIS. Published by GEORGE W. CHILDS, 628 & 630 CHESTNUT ST. CINCINNATI: RICKEY & CARROLL. 1864.

[From the first paragraph of the Preface:]

Errors Inspired by Who? Part 2 - 10-23-10

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Written at Westminster Abbey by the scholars of the Anglican Church at the behest of the English Parliament in 1643, The Westminster Confession of Faith was also accepted and adopted by many other denominations both in England and abroad. As we see in Chapter 1, Section 8 of the Confession, the churchmen at that time - just over thirty years after the institution of the King James Bible by the Anglicans - did not even consider the A.V. by itself to be the inspired word of God, but admit instead the authority of the original languages. The veracity of this statement as it appears in the Confession has been verified from several sources. From Chapter 1, Section 8, of The Westminster Confession of Faith:

The Christian Institution of These United States, Part 2

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The Christian Institution of These United States of America, Part 2

William Finck in a discussion of Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, et al. and some of their documents proving that the American Constitution and other founding documents were Christian documents founded upon Christian principles and ideals.

The Christian Institution of These United States, Part 1

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The Christian Institution of These United States of America, Part 1

William Finck in a discussion of John Hancock, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, George Mason, et al. and some of their documents proving that the American Constitution and other founding documents were Christian documents founded upon Christian principles and ideals. 

Errors Inspired by Who? Part 1 - 08-21-10

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Examining the claim made by many modern sects, that the Authorized King James Version of the Bible (the A.V.) is in itself the “inspired word of God”, we must ourselves ask this: Is God the author of error? Did Yahweh reveal His Word directly to man in the English language in the year 1611? If it can be shown that the King James Version of the New Testament contains at least some errors, then it should be reasoned that this version – no matter how venerated – was also translated by fallible men. Certainly the language of the New Testament – Koine Greek – is still quite well known to us, there having been a tremendous body of written literature which used it, in addition to what we see in the New Testament. We have much more classical Greek literature available to us than even classical Latin. Here we shall see just how well it was known by the translators of this venerated edition of those writings which we commonly call the Bible. The first part of this examination shall commence with a walk through some of the translations found in the epistles of the apostle Paul.

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