Christian Identity Basics

Racial Issues of the Bible

Interview with Pastor Downey

I was recently given the opportunity to give a Christian Identity response to a bible college project on racism. Specifically, I addressed some of the comments made at the Kinsman Redeemer website. Many of the questions go directly to the core message of race in the Bible. Most of these students are probably hearing the focus of Identity for the first time. We therefore ask our friends in the Christian Identity community to pray that the planting of these seeds finds fertile ground and will grow with God's blessings.

Prophets vs. Profits

by Pastor Mark Downey

In this day and age we hear a lot about the future. In fact, futurism has become a big business for not only religious opportunists, but secular interests as well. There is altogether too much disinformation regarding the parameters (elements whose values characterize a member of a system) and perimeters (a boundary line protecting an area) of what a prophet entails. Nowadays anybody can call themselves a prophet and not have the character or limitations of this vocation, whether temporary or during a lifetime, and may be outside the realm of what constitutes the job description. One can declare themselves a prophet with impunity, because there is no law against it, except God’s Law, which unfortunately is not enforced these days by the body politic. Conversely, lawless accusers can enjoy their day of calumny labeling someone a false prophet without much reality to the accusation.  There are three basic prerequisites which mandate a prophet ...

Come Out of Her, My People

by Pastor Mark Downey

"And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, My people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues." Rev. 18:4

This is perhaps one of the most profound utterances in John's Revelation. It contains the racial message of Christian Identity that the White race i.e. Israel is God's people. We always have been and always will be His people. But, we are commanded to come out of her, which is alluding to Mystery Babylon in chapters 17 and 18. Mystery Babylon represents the culmination of filthy state sanctioned religious, political and economic systems of death.

What is it that we should come out of?

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