Adamic Eternity: The Greatest Discovery
Here I am going to make a solitary presentation on a subject which I have discussed quite often in many of our longer series of Biblical commentaries. There is nothing more disappointing than seeing an Identity Christian, or at least, someone who professes to understand Christian Identity truths, who still carries the baggage of the denominational churches and their false doctrines, doctrines which were constructed centuries ago by a priesthood which sought little else but to maintain its own control over the minds of the people, usually in concert with various governments. This is especially true where those doctrines are persistently maintained by such Christians, but are clearly contrary to the plain word of Scripture.
So one result of false Church doctrine is that we have White men who seek to condemn one another to the fires of eternal destruction for some sin which they themselves think is too horrible to forgive, or which is far more grievous than their own sins. Yet only Yahweh God can judge men, because only God knows the hearts of men, which is to say that only He can know why men did certain things at certain times, rather than merely just what they did, and all the factors which drove them to do such things. To understand that, He must know everything that a particular man had learned throughout his own life, which led him to make such choices.
We naturally make decisions based on what we believe is right or wrong at any given time, or by what benefits ourselves, and how many of us were taught perfectly, or even sufficiently? Quite often, we do not even realize the gravity of our own errors, the consequences of our own sins for those around us or even for ourselves. So speaking of his own sin, Paul of Tarsus had exclaimed in Romans chapter 7 that: “24 I am a miserable man! Who will deliver me from this body of death?” When Paul, working for the priests of the temple in Jerusalem, had delivered some of his own kinsmen up to be executed, he believed that he was acting justly in the defense of what he thought was truth, so once he had learned differently, he later admitted to having been a murderer. On account of this man more than any of the other apostles, we are Christians today, because Yahweh had judged him differently than many of us would judge him today.