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serengetidesert1973 6 points ago +7 / -1

No but you could make argument the church was formally established by whites.

No it does not. You could also make the argument that multiculturalism was first brought to us by heretical denominations and atheists later on. Racial struggle is a worldly concern not a spiritual one.

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iDinduNuffin 8 points ago +9 / -1

Who was Christianity created by?

Does it matter if the White race goes extinct?

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fourleaved 10 points ago +13 / -3

Christianity was created by God

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iDinduNuffin 6 points ago +7 / -1

Who were the first Christians?

Does it matter if the White race goes extinct?

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jsother1 1 point ago +3 / -2

Do you believe in any sort of afterlife?

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iDinduNuffin -2 points ago +2 / -4

The first Christians were jews. That's the answer.

Also if you actually believe in God as the Alpha and Omega, then Talmudism, Islam, Hinduism, human sacrificing Aztec deities and every other religion in existence was created by God.

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OrthodoxonlyKingsand 1 point ago +1 / -0

Aren't the others ones made by demons though?

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serengetidesert1973 5 points ago +5 / -0

Son of God and the twelve apostles who spread and died for his message who were Jews. It's not a secret. The jews were rebuked by Christ. See what happened when they tried to rebuild the Third Temple under Julian.

Does it matter if white race goes instinct is a nihilistic question. Does it matter if you die? It matters to me and it matters to God because we're his children and the bible constantly references ethnicity and collectives so I could only infer God does see race as well. I have no idea if it matters in some abstract sense.

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iDinduNuffin 1 point ago +1 / -0

Was the rebuke towards the jews who rejected him, or the race of jews, including his followers and the ones in diaspora around Rome and everywhere else?

Does it matter if white race goes instinct is a nihilistic question.

What's the brotherhood you imagined we could have? It matters to me if I die because that's how my race advances. The death of individuals, transitioning to newer generations.

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serengetidesert1973 2 points ago +2 / -0

The ones who rejected. By the nature of the events that transpired you could only thereafter be a jew if you reject him.

Not sure why you're inferring I'm colorblind. White men can't come together because they feel their self-determination and individuality would be stifled unless they're in perfect agreement and this comes from the idea we all are different and have different goals. At least that's the explanation I like.

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TheDetached 2 points ago +2 / -0

Implemented by Hebrews who truly saw Jesus for what he was and had the guts to turn their backs on the degenerate pharisees of Babylon who had as much power as the vatican back in that era. Being banished from the synagogues and the country and losing your place in the family cemetery was like a death sentence in those days, you have no one to rely on. They threw away everything just to follow Christ's teachings. They are forgotten by the modern Christians, the same ones who worship the porn Jews in the name of muh zionism.

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iDinduNuffin 1 point ago +1 / -0

Hebrews

So, jews? They believed that he was their meshiach that was prophesied by the Torah and they were brave enough to follow him at the cost of their lives.

What's your opinion of Islam having the same theme?

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TheDetached 1 point ago +1 / -0

Islam

Okay I know where you are going with this. Converting pagans to Christianity by the tip of your sword is thoroughly wrong. Not only do the converts not believe in the doctrine with their heart but as soon as they become the majority, the church goes through a transformation with pagan values, as we see with the catholic church that picked up elements such as making graved images. The Christianization of Europe by violence was retarded. Now that the church no longer practices violence, the people are freed from their fears and now God can see the people's hearts. They turned away as expected since it wasn't their ancestors will to convert.