January 2012

Universalism On Trial - Part 2


by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading:  Ezra 4:1-5

The enemy can only play unfair and dirty.  And by “enemy” I mean those who would have the White race disappear from the earth and the racial message of the Bible with it.  In today’s reading of Scripture from Ezra, the returning house of Judah, from their 70 year captivity in Babylon, found adversaries in their ramshackle temple that needed to be rebuilt, wanting to help them on the reconstruction project; and even told the chieftains of Israel, “We seek your God, as you do” (uh huh) and they said they made sacrifices to our God while they were in Babylon.  Well, wasn’t that nice of them?  But, our ancestors told these racial aliens that they had no business with them or their God and they’d rebuild the temple on their own.  Oh my, this is beginning to sound racist. 

It didn’t take very long for these aliens to show their true colors by hindering our ancestors by first, trying to make an unholy alliance with them and secondly, more devious tactics of withholding supplies, frustrating construction and making false accusations to POG (the Persian Occupational Government).  Israel was being hounded and nagged to mix with another race; to go the way of universalism, but they would have none of it. 

Maybe they were acutely aware of what happened to their brethren in the northern house of Israel, just a couple hundred years prior when they went into captivity and the Assyrians repopulated Samaria with racial aliens who, “Feared not the Lord; therefore the Lord sent lions among them, which killed some of them.”  Wouldn’t it be ironic if there were some real lions in Detroit?

Universalism On Trial

by Pastor Mark Downey

A study into the nature of God's relationship towards the White race and all other races.

Part 1:  Today, universalism can be summarized as:  the brotherhood of man [sic]; all races are God’s children; God loves everyone and His mercy is extended to all races; all races will be united with God in heaven for eternity; any race can become God’s elect or chosen by their beliefs; all races can be redeemed; and the most disturbing corruption says that Jesus changed God’s plan for the ages in having an exclusive relationship with the lineage of Jacob-Israel, who are the Anglo-Saxon, Celtic, Scandinavian, Germanic and kindred peoples that comprise the twelve tribes.  With the advent of theological and political universalism, all races are equal in the eyes of God and the state.  In many cases the state assumes the power of God enforcing laws based on universalism, known as civil rights, but they do not correspond to God’s Law and they don’t pertain to White people.

Part 2:  An interim for discovery before the trial resumes; a biblical and historical review of Israel's entanglement with the same kind of universalism that the modern church faces.

Part 3:  Conclusion.  Origins of race from Adam and Eve; an examination of Acts 17:26.

Universalism On Trial - Part 1


by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture reading:  Matthew 13:11-15

The word ‘catholic’ means universal.  The word ‘catholic’ is not synonymous with Christian.  The word Christian should never be associated with universalism, except in terms of finding it guilty of spreading universal confusion.  Babel means confusion and the universal Catholic church is rooted in Babylon.  If we were to put universalism on trial, its public defender would be its progenitor, the Roman Catholic Church and much of judeo-churchianity.  The prosecuting attorney for the case would be the Christian Identity message.  The presiding judge would be none other than Jesus Christ and His jurisdiction would be the Law/Word of God as found in the Holy Scriptures.  What crime has universalism committed that would warrant a trial and prosecution?  Well, there are many and it could easily be a 10 count indictment or 20 or 30.  But our hope is to convict it forever.  This sermon will be somewhat like a Grand Jury on a fact finding mission to determine if any laws have been broken and if it should go to trial.  Let us understand what universal is and what it represents.