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Christianity is Nationalism, and in a Christian's public intercourse it must be nationalist first. Identity Christians should therefore put their kindred and their race above all things in their exterior actions and relationships, while they keep their God above all things in their hearts. Many Christians attach far too much import to public expressions of faith as an evidence of belonging. There is a difference between glorifying God, and a need to convince everyone how much you love Jesus, which is often really only a display of self-righteousness. Too many Christians, even Identity Christians, stress agreement in Christ over a love for their brethren, and consider only those who agree in Christ as their brethren. How are they different from mainstream Protestants in that respect? They fail to realize that today, the enemies of Christ have deceived the entire world, as the Scripture also tells us. The Jews have insisted on displaying a picture of a Christ who loves everybody, a Christ who hates no one, in direct contradiction to Scripture, and a Christ who accepts all sinners and all sin without a thought of repentance and conformity on behalf of the individual. Therefore since none of that resonates with the true Aryan spirit, many good White kinsmen do not know what Christ is, do not know why Christ matters, or do not even know which Jesus to believe, so they reject everything Jesus. Identity Christians above all should understand this situation, because most Identity Christians were in that very same situation themselves at one time or another.
Christ said “If you love Me, you will keep My commandments.” Then in John 13:34 He said “I give to you a new commandment: that you should love one another; just as I have loved you that you also should love one another.” Now it may be argued that Christ was talking only about His followers, however that is not the case. In fact, in Matthew chapter 5 Christ told those followers to “love your enemies and pray for those persecuting you, that you may be sons of your Father who is in the heavens, because His sun rises upon evil and good and rains upon righteous and unrighteous. For if you should love those loving you, what reward do you have? Do not also the tax-collectors do the same? And if you should greet your brethren only, what do you do that is extraordinary? Do not also the heathens do the same? Therefore you shall be perfect as your heavenly Father is perfect.” Of course, He was only speaking to those for whom He had come, to the “lost sheep of the House of Israel”. As Christians we are to love our brethren who are our enemies but we are never expected to love the enemies of Christ our God, which is another matter entirely. As Christians we are to love all of our racial kindred – those who are of the “lost sheep of the House of Israel”, whether or not they are still “lost”, since indeed they are all of the “family of the faith” whether they are “lost” or not.