I enjoy reading this discussion among our members over what can arguably be the most important topic our people face today: "Is Christianity a suitable belief system for Aryan man?"Grimork wrote: ↑Wed Aug 05, 2020 7:43 pmThanks Wade. I plan on reading it eventually, but I am fully redeemed from my previous Christian beliefs these days, have been for a long time now. I am only telling Richard about my past in the hopes that it will help him. I don't have any of the baggage I used to have with Christianity or "Yahweh" whatever you want to call the sky boss.
It's a chapter happily closed in my life and I'm better for it.
Grimork, i'm impressed with your journey from being a studious Bible-believing Christian to eventually rejecting the "sky boss" and embracing Cosmotheism. You reached a difficult turning point in your life, took the right turn and haven't looked back.
I may just use part of this discussion in my August members BULLETIN commentary for those members who may still be struggling with their personal crises of conscience, their fear of hell, or of just their fear of being shunned by their fellow Christian believers, even by less thoughtful members of their families for rejecting the Jew-spawned, otherworldly spookcraft.
Good news about Which Way Western Man? by the Cosmotheist and early National Alliance member Richard Gayley Simpson: The reason we hiked the price to $75 per copy was because we had so few copies remaining and didn't want to sell out completely. People are still buying WWWM? at that price while we have fewer than five copies in stock.
It is such an important book for our members that Cosmotheist Books is coming out with a new third edition that is costing more than $6,000 initially to print. We'll have enough copies available in a month or so that we can then afford to drop the price from $75 per copy to just $50. Remember WWWM? is nearly 1,100 pages.