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What is the National Alliance's spirituality?

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Jim Mathias

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Re: What is the National Alliance's spirituality?

PostMon Apr 09, 2018 1:48 am

Good material here for those who are still awakening to Cosmotheism--of which I am one!
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Re: What is the National Alliance's spirituality?

PostMon Apr 09, 2018 5:28 am

Jim Mathias wrote:Good material here for those who are still awakening to Cosmotheism--of which I am one!

Me too Jim. Post should be pinned. Yes I'll mod if need me.
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Re: What is the National Alliance's spirituality?

PostMon Sep 03, 2018 9:38 am

Cosmotheist wrote:What is the National Alliance's Spirituality?

The immediate and inevitable fact which forces us to come to grips with Christianity is that the mainstream Christian churches are all, without exception, preaching a doctrine of White racial extinction. They preach racial egalitarianism and racial mixing. They preach non-resistance to the takeover of our society by non-Whites...

We are obliged, therefore, to oppose the Christian churches and to speak out against their doctrines. But we do not, as some groups have done, accuse the Christian leaders of being false Christians. We do not say, "We are the real Christians, because we stand for the values which the mainstream churches stood for a century ago, before they were subverted." We do not reach for our Bibles and point to verses which seem to be in accord with the policies of the National Alliance and contrary to the present policies of the Christian churches. A diligent Bible scholar can find in the Judeo-Christian scriptures support for -- or ammunition against -- virtually any policy whatsoever.

Beyond the immediate conflict between us and the Christian churches on racial matters there is a long-standing and quite fundamental ideological problem with Christianity. It is not an Aryan religion; like Judaism and Islam it is Semitic in origin...

...Christianity is not a religion that we can wish on future generations of our race.

We need ethics; we need values and standards; we need a world view. And if one wants to call all of these things together a religion, then we need a religion. One might choose instead, however, to call them a philosophy of life. Whatever we call it, it must come from our own race soul: it must be an expression of the innate Aryan nature. And it must be conducive to our mission of racial progress. Christianity, as the word is commonly understood, meets neither of these criteria.

The fact is that, completely aside from the racial question, no person who wholeheartedly believes Christian doctrine can share our values and goals, because Christian doctrine holds that this world is of little importance, being only a proving ground for the spiritual world which one enters after death. Christian doctrine also holds that the condition of this world is not man's responsibility, because an omnipotent and omniscient deity alone has that responsibility.

That raises the question of the important tax-exempt status granted by the State (the IRS) to certain churches of which it approves, and the denial of that tax exemption to a the Cosmotheist religion and our Cosmotheist Community Church because the State disapproves of Cosmotheist doctrine. Whenever we get our own lawyers who will fight for our Church's interests without holding their noses and apologizing, then we might be treated equitably. Do not hold your breath waiting for that to happen any time soon, fellow Cosmotheists. Do not expect the State's approval of anything we do.

https://www.frc.org/taxexemptionchurches

The Purpose of the Exemption

Tax exemption for churches protects religious entities from the state. Giving government authority to tax religious entities not only breaches the protective wall of separation that guards the church from the state, but effectively knocks that wall down.

Religious values have long infused American public life and law, yet as institutions, church and state are distinct institutionally. Giving any government, whether federal, state, or local, the legal authority to tax property belonging to religious entities is only a first step toward making churches institutionally subservient to that government. This is a dramatic departure from the very foundation of our country, one informed by the belief that religious liberty is pre-governmental and removed from the management of the state.
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Re: What is the National Alliance's spirituality?

PostMon Sep 03, 2018 11:26 pm

If we must exist in spite of the state, so be it. We're in a marathon, not a sprint and all that can be done to outlast the present gang of criminals with our life philosophy as well as our physical existence secured should be done.
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