Christian Identity Directions: Sons or Bastards


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This program is an answer to all of the universalist ideas penetrating Christian Identity which are reflected in a post on the Christogenea Forum: http://forum.christogenea.org/viewtopic.php?f=46&t=5795

Some notes on the word qahal: http://forum.christogenea.org/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=5897

After 98 downloads we replaced this recording with one of slightly better quality. The only difference is the background music we had at the program introduction is audible, whereas it never comes over well through Talkshoe.

Proving what was said in this podcast concerning DNA and the apostle Luke:

From http://isogg.org/famousdna.htm

Luke the Evangelist - aka St. Luke

A doctor, but better known as the biblical author of the "Gospel According to Luke", Luke the Evangelist was believed to have been born in Antioch, in the Roman province of Syria. Historical sources cite that he died at the age of 84 in Thebes (Greece) around the year 150 A.D. His body was interred first in Constantinople, and then later transferred to Padua, Italy. Geneticists have tested the remains believed to be those of Luke, and sampled Syrian and Greek populations for comparison. They've determined that the body attributed as Luke's, is likely of Syrian origin.


Admittedly, they claim to have compared MODERN DNA from Syria and Greece to DNA believed to be from the body of Luke, and then they claim that Luke's DNA matches the DNA of modern Syrians. They make these claims based upon some very thin evidence presented in a PDF file on this page: http://www.pnas.org/content/98/23/13460.full.pdf+html

All of this was documented a couple of years ago in an article entitled Eli Antoinette at John844.org.

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