Monthly Archives: February 2020

Towards a New Theology

I should not be stunned by the hatred but I still am. Hatred of White-ness or European-ness is a virtue on the part of those claiming to be “against hate.”  The greatest “haters” are  those claiming to be “against intolerance.”  … Continue reading

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Freedom from the Children of the Serpent

I’ve written before about the conflict between Jesus and the Pharisees.  We will delve deeper with this article.  First, a little background on the the Jewish religion. About five hundred years before Jesus Christ, the Jews were developing a system … Continue reading

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The Non-Viability of “Diversity” and “Tolerance”

A recurring thought I have is the non-viability of the United States. We were once 90% European White and Christian.  We had a shared past and values.  We understood how things should be and how we should act together and … Continue reading

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Judaism as the Traditions of Men and the Traitors of Christ

This article explains the relationship of Jesus Christ with the Jews.  He didn’t like the Jews. And the Jews didn’t like him. John the Baptist did not like the Jews. 7 But when he saw many of the Pharisees and Sadducees coming for … Continue reading

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The Grand Narrative: From Hebrew to a European Language (Greek)

Theology means the word (Logos) of God (Theo).  Theology is important because words change how we thing about who we are. The words we ingest change how we think; they frame our world and our identity.  This is why the … Continue reading

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Why Do People Hate Europeans?

I start this essay wondering where to begin — the world has turned mad and madness is hard to explain. Why do people hate Europeans so much? And why is the U.S. Government so enamored with the idea of siding … Continue reading

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