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Adultery and Fornication - Yahweh's Covenant People 07-31-10

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Program Notes: Adultery and Fornication

Many people, myself included, assert that the word adultery in the Old Testament means race-mixing. And while I would still assert that this is true, it is not to be told from the definitions of the word as they are given in Strong's Concordance or in Gesenuis' Hebrew-Chaldee Lexicon. For that reason, and for the way in which the word is used in some Biblical contexts, it is easy for a scoffer or a doubter to refute the assertion that the word is used to describe race-mixing. So here we shall do a study of this word, and some other words which are necessary to gain an understanding of the difference between adultery and fornication.  

 

Adultery in the Bible:

Common marital & extra-marital relations:

What is the Bible? - Presentation to the Euro-Fellowship Conference via Skype, 07-24-2010

 
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Program Notes – William Finck's July 24th Presentation for the European Fellowship Conference (See the audio & file links at the bottom of the page):

What is the Bible?

Most Christians tend to have a Bible version which they love above all others, and which to them, as they are often taught to believe, represents the inerrant Word of God. But is that a healthy Christian attitude, inasmuch as Christians are urged by scripture in nearly any translation, to prove and to scrutinize all things? We have been raised and taught to love our King James Version, or Luther's version, and much esteem is held for these books among the English or German peoples. These versions contributed so much to Western culture that they even helped build and unify our very languages! But are they really scripture? Should they be blindly accepted as inerrant? The King James version has thousands of known mistranslations. It can clearly be demonstrated that nouns were translated into verbs, verbs into nouns, and even that the grammatical object and subject were reversed in many sentences. Could these errors possibly be by the inspiration of Yahweh? Or rather, do Christians not have an obligation to examine all of these things? Here we will discuss the possible avenues of investigation, since most Christians seem to be ignorant of the sources of their dearest treasure: which is their Bible.

Genealogy, or Geography? with Clifton Emahiser - July 18th 2010

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Genealogy, or Geography?

There has long been a tendency among the people of our race to draw their allegiances along geographical lines, often to the detriment of the more natural genetic allegiances. When we move into a land, and multiply and spread ourselves throughout it, we tend to adopt regional names for ourselves. Thus we have Norsemen and Franks, Englishmen and Germans, Yankees and Rednecks, and Buckeyes and Tarheels, and yet they all came from the same place. After years of separation, we then have situations where the aliens in a land, eventually accepted to one degree or another, and for one reason or another, are esteemed to be closer in relationship to us than our own cousins from other lands. And so a crowd of Americans – in spite of their own English descent – may be seen cheering on a negro against an English boxer in a game, simply because the negro is wearing an American insignia. That is just one modern example. More dreadfully, a tribe of Benjamintes would go to war against the surrounding related tribes to defend crimes perpetrated by men of dubious background, and for that the entire tribe was at one time reduced to merely a few hundred, nearly being decimated entirely.

Greek Culture is Hebrew - Yahweh's Covenant People 06-12-10

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Greek Culture is Hebrew

 Aeschylus, Prometheus Bound, from line 755:

Io: What! Shall Zeus one day be hurled from his own dominion?

Prometheus: Thou wouldst rejoice, I trow, to see that happen.

Io: How should I not, since 'tis at the hand of Zeus I suffer ill?

Prometheus: Then thou mayest assure thyself that these things are so.

Io: By whom shall he be despoiled of the sceptre of his sovereignty?

Prometheus: By himself and his own empty-headed purposes.

Io: In what wise? Oh tell me, if there be no harm in telling.

William Finck on The Patriot Dames

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We believe that this program, from June 3rd, 2010, is an excellent introduction to what Christian Israel Identity is all about. If you are new to Christian Identity, and can listen to only one program here, download this one!

Tertullian's De Spectaculis, with some comments - April 17th 2010

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Posted on the front page for football season. Get out of Babylon! 

A reading of Tertullian's De Spectaculis, with some comments.

In the 2nd century AD Tertullian wrote a thesis against Christian attendance at the spectacles, the theaters, sporting events, and other entertainments of old Rome. It still has meaning today.

The British Israel World Federation (BIWF), the jews, Judah, and DNA - 04-10-2010

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Program notes, Yahweh’s Covenant People, April 10th, 2010

Topic: The British Israel World Federation (BIWF), the jews, Judah, and DNA.

Revelation Chapter 20 - 10-18-09

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Revelation Chapter 20 - October 18th Voice of Christian Israel Program Notes - William Finck with Clifton Emahiser

XX 1 And I saw a messenger descending from out of heaven1 having the key of the bottomless pit and a great chain in his hand. 2 And he held fast the dragon, that serpent of old, who2 is the False Accuser and the Adversary 3, and he bound him for a thousand years 3 and cast him into the bottomless pit, and barred4 and set a seal upon it, that he may no longer5 deceive the Nations, until the thousand years should be completed. After6 these it is necessary for him to be released for a short time. [Genesis 3 Serpent, Revelation 12 Dragon & Serpent = Canaanite-Edomite Jews.]

4 And I saw thrones, and they who sat upon them, and judgment had been given to them, and the souls of those having been beheaded on account of the testimony of Yahshua and on account of the Word of Yahweh and who did not worship the beast nor his image and did not receive the inscribed mark upon their7 foreheads and upon their hands. And they lived and ruled with Christ8 for a thousand years. [The jews attempted to destroy Christianity, and used the Romans to persecute them. But the testimony of the Christian martyrs prevailed over the jews! Once Christianity became the religion of Europe, the jew was more or less ejected from mainstream society, had no power over Christians, was forced to live in ghettoes, and Christian law became dominant.]

Note 1. א wants “from out of heaven”.

Women of the Genealogy of Christ - 06-21-09

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The Women of the Genealogy of Christ, with Clifton Emahiser

Click here for the program notes. A discussion and full vindication of Tamar the mother of Pharez and Zarah, Rachab "the harlot", Ruth "the Moabite", and David's wife Bathsheba and her first husband Uriah "the Hittite".

The Israelite Phoenicians - The Voice of Christian Israel 03-15-09

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