Christian Identity Basics

The Inspired Word Part 4


by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: Isaiah  55:7-11

We’ve covered quite a bit of territory concerning the writing of Scripture from men who were inspired by God to convey the Lord’s unadulterated thoughts as to which way we should go in this life.  It’s been referred to as an owner’s manual, which is appropriate for ‘heirs of the promise.’  The will of God is bequeathed to certain beneficiaries, but they must follow the instructions of the will in order to inherit the Kingdom of God.  I have a bookshelf and a corner of it occupies a stack of owner manuals.  If I were to confuse my chainsaw manual for my horizontal freezer manual, it might be a cold day in hell before I ever find the pull chord, between the frozen chicken thighs and lamb chops.  Well, isn’t that just silly? 

One of the last things that we are warned about in the Bible is Rev. 22:18-19, “I testify to everyone who hears the prophetic words of this book: If anyone adds to them, God will add to him the plagues that are written in this book.  And if anyone takes away from the words of this prophetic book, God will take away his share of the tree of life and the holy city, written in this book.”  If God hadn’t anticipated that our owner’s manual would be convoluted with the uninspired thoughts of other gods and mortals, this passage wouldn’t have been necessary.  The wicked have changed the will of God to include other beneficiaries.  And the true heirs have been obscured from knowing that the owner’s manual pertains to them exclusively.

The Inspired Word Part 3


by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: Jeremiah 23:18-27

A friend of mine recently said, “Politics is completely corrupt and will not save us” and I would agree and add that it would not have been possible for the political morass to reach such depths of depravity unless first the religious leaders of the land polluted the very Word of God and the people loved to have it so (Isaiah 5:31).  The prophet Jeremiah leveled stinging reproofs at his contemporaries and aptly applies to the modern pulpit as well, which will not save us.  It’s a serious thing to mess with the inspired word of God, as the Word itself warns, “Is not My word like as a fire?  Saith the Lord; and like a hammer that breaks the rock in pieces?  Therefore, behold, I am against the prophets, saith the Lord, that steal My words every one from his neighbor” Jer. 23:29-30.  God inspired Jeremiah to write to His people because, “They have forsaken My law… and have not obeyed My voice…But have walked after the imagination of their own hearts… I will scatter them among the heathen… I will send a sword after them” Jer. 9:13-16.  Should we think that history will not repeat itself?  Today, the heathen are scattered among us and their weapons are directed at Whitey.

The Inspired Word Part 2


by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading:  Psalms 119:169-176

Christians, like the Psalmist David, want to know more about God in Christ the Messiah, to know more about the teachings of the Word, and the duties of our faith.  When we understand that we are the true Israel, we also realize what our newfound responsibilities are.  David had a foreboding sense that he and his prayers were not worthy before such a benevolent God who bequeathed so much promise.  Likewise, we are heirs of the promise and yet every waking moment is not dedicated to the praise of God.  We should make the Word of God our rule in everyday conversation, rather than the exception.  We should look up to God as a lump of clay to be shaped in perfect form by the Potter; to help this honorable vessel glorify Him.  When we glory in the Lord, we are spreading His reputation.  It was by His design that His repute would be through His people; even the enemies of His people would stand in awe of such a fearsome and jealous God.  And it was all because we have His Word; an owner’s manual, if you will, for having communion with Him, not just for today, but for eternity. 

The earliest scribes, from 400BC to 200 AD, worked with Ezra and were regarded as the custodians of the Bible until the time of Christ.  At that point in time, they were under the employ of the Pharisees and received equal animus from Christ declaring unto them (always in the same order with the scribes first), “Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites!” Mt. 23:14.  They were woefully the enemies to the gospel of Christ.  They were very much the control freaks, micro-managing the trivial matters of the Law, but aloof and negligent towards the importance of justice.  It was more like ‘just us.’  They were likened to whited sepulchers.  Christ was making the point that He could see through the superficial exterior and discern the spirit of man by what we are inwardly.  Outward motives may keep the outside clean, while the inside is filthy; but if the heart and spirit be made new, there will be newness of life; here the Christian must begin with what is inside their heart and mind. The righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees was like the ornaments of a grave, or dressing up a dead body, only for show.

The Inspired Word Part 1


by Mark Downey

Scripture Reading:  2 Timothy 3:14-17

The Bible is different than every book that has ever been written because it is through the auspices of Almighty God.  Think about that for a moment.  Most religions of the world have their own so called holy book, but our Holy Bible is the only one that claims to be the actual words of God.  More than 3000 times we read “thus saith the Lord” or “God said,” followed by a direct quotation.  No one knows exactly how many books have been published throughout history, but according to Google’s advanced algorithms, the answer is close to 130 million books.  And there is only one book that can qualify as being inspired or more succinctly, the Word of God.  In Christianity we hear the word ‘inspiration’ all the time coupled with the word ‘infallible.’  This prompts the inquiry: why would the “Author of our Faith” (Heb. 12:2) use fallible men to write Scripture?  Well, think about it; we don’t have any of the original documents or autographs from which copies were made and survived as our only resource. 

One of the Bible's most outstanding proclamations is that it plainly claims to be the inspired word of Almighty God.  This is what Paul, a highly educated Israelite proclaimed, "All Scripture is given by inspiration of God" (II Tim. 3:16).  Peter wrote that the content of Scripture "never came by the will of man, but holy men of God spoke as they were moved by the Holy Spirit" (II Peter 1:21). To early church leaders, inspiration was not an ecstatic overpowering of the writer's consciousness, as described in the occult as “automatic handwriting,” but rather a high degree of elucidation and divine awareness of God's revelation.  Scripture indicates, and the early church recognized, that God inspired the biblical writers to use their own minds and their own styles to write what God wanted them to write.  Likewise, we are all unique in the eyes of God, not just robotic disciples.

The Inspired Word

by Pastor Mark Downey

A general review of what makes the Bible inspired.

Part 1: A look at the mystery and miracle of God processing His thoughts and ways through the Holy Spirit to 40 chosen White men; granting them the unique insight to convey the Lord's revelation to the rest of our race

Part 2: Going further into the racial aspects of canonical Scriptures, which has been historically interrupted by the apocryphal writings, the Gnostic gospels and secular science.

Part 3: In this presentation, the Word of God is proven to be amazingly accurate through prophecy and validating factual persons, places and things through archaeology.

Part 4: Concludes with an important history of the Septuagint and the Masoretic text; helpful recommendations for biblical interpretation.

The Adoption of Adaption


by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading:  Romans 9:3-5

Christianity today is plagued with tens of thousands of denominations, because Christians have lost the meaning of biblical adoption and have adapted to other religions of the world.  Apostasy means a ‘falling away’ and abandoning previously held beliefs.  Nothing could be more reinventing than the hyphenated “judeo-Christianity” and cause for another writ of divorcement from God.  At one time, blacks and other dark people knew their place in White society; and White Christian Americans understood their place in God’s scheme of things; His law and order for a civilized society.  They were the ‘heirs of the promise’ with a divine destiny.  Here’s the overt racism of God expressing His love for our people, “The Lord did not set His love on you nor choose you because you were more in number than any of the peoples, for you were the fewest of all peoples, but because the Lord loved you and kept the oath which He swore to your ancestors, the Lord brought you out by a mighty hand, and redeemed you from the house of slavery, from the hand of Pharaoh, king of Egypt” Deut. 7:7-8. 

This love story developed with Abraham and extended to the nation that came from him.  When God redeemed Israel from Egypt, He purchased a nation in bondage.  When God redeemed White Christians from European tyrants, He purchased a race of people under religious persecution.  They came to America with the idea of fulfilling God’s plan for the ages.  Some called it Manifest Destiny.  But, it was the hope and aspiration of our ancestors to establish a literal Beulah Land married to the God of Israel.  “Know therefore that the Lord your God, He is God, the faithful God, Who keeps covenant and mercy with them that love Him and keep His commandments to a thousand generations” Deut. 7:9.  It can be argued that a generation is anywhere between 40 and 100 years, but regardless of the calculations, we’re talking about a long, long time for a particular race of people to do what they were created for.  Praise the Lord.

O Stranger, Where Art Thou? Part 2


The Truth About Lies Part 2: The Double Mind

These days there is a monumental disparity between what someone believes and the truth. Just because someone believes something is true doesn’t mean it is the truth. And this is the great dilemma in awakening our people to the fact that they’ve been lied to or what they believe to be true is in fact false.

The Truth About Lies Part 1

We should pursue the truth as to when America stopped being a Christian nation with scholarship, because that will help us to identify when we stopped being a White nation. We are no longer a White Christian nation, but rather a third world multicultural country.

Following God's Laws

by Debra Downey

Answering the question: "How do you know we must follow the laws of the Old Testament?"

The Bible says if you love God, you should follow His laws: "That thou mayest love the Lord thy God, and that thou mayest obey his voice, and that thou mayest cleave unto him..." (Deut. 30:20). There are many references, in both the Old and New Testament of how God's people, as a whole, have spent their whole existence in failure of obeying God and the misery that results.

The Bread of Life


by Pastor Mark Downey

Most of my messages are preaching to the choir, but today I’d like to address the friends and relatives of the choir, the outsiders to the Christian Israel truth; and I’m sure you’ll find some food for thought as well.  Sometimes I write for the purpose of helping Christians find the purpose of their lives in Christ.  Jesus said, “I have come that you may have life, and that you may have it more abundantly” (John 10:10).  This has profound implications.  Bread… something used to hold the main part of a sandwich together; a side item to go along with the main meal; something children tear the crust from before eating.  Bread in our modern culture is really not a necessity.  One could function quite easily without bread.  Well, not so in biblical days.

At the very center of life during the times of Jesus and earlier, stood the stalks of grain that carried man from day to day.  Without bread, there was no life.  It is no accident that the most famous prayer in the Western world begins with, “Our Father, Who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.  Give us this day our daily bread.”  Daily bread – life - one day at a time.  The simplest things in the Bible often offer the deepest truths.  It is those very things which man often quickly writes off as insignificant or secondary that can open the door to the great spiritual truths of which Jesus spoke of. 

Hosea Chapter 2


by Pastor Mark Downey

Hosea Chapter 1 by Pastor Don Elmore

Several months ago Pastor Elmore asked me if I’d like to do tag team sermons on the first and second chapters of Hosea for a visit we were making to Pastor Harness’  church in Indiana and a second time for a Bible study farm family and I thought it was a great idea.  This is our third presentation and Don said we could probably expand our talks because we don’t have the time constraints we had before.  So, I have added some new material to elaborate on what Hosea was and is telling us. 

Don and I learned something about each other’s approach to sermons over lunch one Sunday after church, because breaking bread with fellow believers is a great way to fellowship.  Well, Don usually doesn’t come up with a title until he’s finished with the text.  On the other hand, I just can’t get started until I come up with a title.  I was guessing that Don was going to title his sermon ‘Hosea 1’.  I thought long and hard about what I what title my sermon and after much contemplation and deliberation, I finally decided upon ‘Hosea 2’. 

Neither of us had foreknowledge of what the other’s sermon was going to say, and in that manner of presentation, I think it may be more of what the Holy Spirit has to say than us.  I’ve been to many Identity conferences over the years and the good ones are when the speaker’s messages (and I’ll use a biblical phrase) are “fitly framed together”, they’re touching the same theme and convey the influence and beauty of the mind of Christ in His servants.  So let’s now look at how Hosea 1 and 2 match up. 

By What Authority?


By Pastor Mark Downey

Back in the 1980’s, every Friday night I would attend a tax protestors meeting in the basement of friends of mine and it got so popular, through word of mouth, that we were getting around 20 or more people at every meeting.  We had wonderful discussions, mapping out strategies to defeat the IRS.  I remember one of the key salvos in letters of response, was the question ‘by what authority’ do they compel Americans to comply with their codes, because there usually wasn’t any.  I learned what ‘colorable law’ meant.  It’s the conduct or action of somebody having governmental authority that is not within the law.  Police issuing traffic tickets are probably the most common example of ‘colorable law’, because we have the right of mobility.  Just because cars were invented, does that mean we gave somebody the authority to punish us for traveling without a permission card (license), that you have to pay for?  People pay taxes to a corporation that has nothing to do with America, land of the free.Around the same time our anti-tax group got going, we also started a church group in a log cabin that another church had vacated because of a split.  There was quite a bit of discussion at that time about authority and the primary focus of the Christian Patriot movement, as it was called back then, and was understandably from a biblical perspective.  There were a lot of good articles and books written about authority.  There were some victories in the courts, but for the most part, these challenges to the system, to the Babylonian-Masonic way of doing things, were prosecuted and people went to jail.  Some patriots were even murdered like Gordon Kahl.  After so much blood, sweat and tears I think the movement lost its momentum and many people became despondent.  But not me, especially when the government ramped up the stakes with Ruby Ridge, Waco and the Murrah Federal Building.  And then later with 9-11 and who knows what the next false flag operation will be.

The Truth About Lies


by Pastor Mark Downey

What is the truth about lies? It's that the truth doesn't matter. "An enemy hath done this" (Mt. 13:28), that sowed good seed with tares, that mixed the holy with the profane and spiritual with carnality... that makes the Truth of none effect.

Part 1: We should pursue the truth as to when America stopped being a Christain nation with scholarship, because that will help us to identify when we stopped being a White nation. We are no longer a White Christian nation, but rather a third world multicultural country.

Part 2: These days there is a monumental disparity between what someone believes and the truth.  Just because someone believes something is true doesn’t mean it is the truth.  And this is the great dilemma in awakening our people to the fact that they’ve been lied to or what they believe to be true is in fact false.

The Old Man: Dead on Arrival

by Pastor Mark Downey

The Bible describes the death of the old man, which everyone must experience through the God given faith in the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, either in this life for believers or in the next life for unbelievers, before they can enter the Kingdom of God (on earth).

Part 1:  Would you like to change that look into something better? As long as we are under the power and dominion of the old man there is no countenance of peace, no shining light of glory, no sweet counsel, no blessed revivals and no comforting visitations of God’s presence. But there is a divine remedy for restoration.

Part 2:  Personal sins come from the old man. God’s plan will unfold for the Christian to see how he never has to sin again.

The Old Man: Dead on Arrival Part 2

by Pastor Mark Downey

By way of review, so far we have established that the old man to which Scripture points to negatively is none other than self and all of the hyphenated character defects that emanate from it: self-righteousness, self-centered, self-indulgent, self-aggrandizement, self-justification, self-will and on and on it goes.

I John 2:16 synthesizes it down to three attributes of the old man of all that is in the world: “The lust of the flesh, lusts of the eyes and the pride of life” all of which constitutes the carnal nature of mankind and becomes adversarial to God. James 4:4 says, “You adulterous people, do you not know that friendship with the world is enmity with God? Whosoever therefore will be a friend of the world is the enemy of God.” That’s a pretty strong indictment and all the more reason why this old man must be eliminated.

Unity Part 2


by Pastor Mark Downey

Last time I spoke on this subject, I left you with the thought that, “We are about our Father’s business to win hearts and minds, but not everyone is receptive.”  Have you ever noticed the unity among jews?  It’s almost unanimous in their thinking that 6 million of their own were systematically gassed in concentration camps during WWII.  But that’s not a good enough unity of thought you see, because they want everybody to be on the same page and if you don’t, you are guilty of Holocaust denial.  I guess I’m not very receptive in having my heart and mind turned over to the people that crucified Jesus Christ.  But I am in awe of their ability to manipulate public opinion.  Not only that, but convincing a legion of non-jewish lackeys to whine and whimper about the 6 million.


by Pastor Mark Downey

Seeking Christian unity with a singleness of purpose can be found in the Word of God...

Part 1: The puzzling question as to how the Christian Identity movement can get it together, having the same mind; speaking the same things is explained in this message.

Part 2: Scripture teaches that true brotherhood and unity may only be achieved when men are willing to be governed by the Word of God and walk by the discipline of Christian behavior.


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