Friday, December 19, 2014

The Early Church Was a Cult!

Those Christians of us who identify as Kinist, or Christian Nationalists, know perfectly well what it is like to be falsely accused and called names. There is a certain "R" word that our enemies love to use against us.

What? You believe that nations (derived from the word "ethnos") should be separated by borders, according to their family lineage? Racist!! You will not allow your daughter to marry a Negro? Racist!! You prefer to be with your own people? Racist!!

So we have a group of people who prefer to be with their own, prefer their children to marry their own, and prefer to live in a nation of their own. They do not hate other people groups; they hope for all peoples to bow the knee to Jesus Christ. But celebrating the mixing of all people groups, to the elimination of the God-ordained distinctions is not love at all; that is hate. But this is not how Marxist American Christianity views it. You are a racist if you believe the above things; and because you are a racist, it not only makes the above statements true, it also makes you someone who:

1) Hates everyone that does not look like him
2) Hates people solely based on skin color (even though skin color is not the prime factor in race)
3) Wants to kill 6 million Jews
4) Thinks he is superior morally, spiritually, physically, etc. just because he has white skin

Of course, all of these false accusations are absurd. But when you are indoctrinated by Marxist teaching from your schools, media, and churches, all you can do is hear certain key phrases you have been programmed to react to, and then name call afterward without any logical thought whatsoever. Here is how it goes:

Hear word/belief/phrase
Pull up file on word/belief/phrase
Define the word/belief/phrase (ex: Racist)
Read Marxist definitions of the word and accuse.
Ascribe all evil attributes of the definition to the initial speaker.

Or something like that anyway. But it does not just happen with the word "racist". We have the "R" word. How about the "C" word? Unless you are part of a church that is just a flippant social club, that only practices Sunday Christianity, you are in danger of being labeled with the "C" word.... CULT!!

I used to belong to a church that grew corrupt eventually. The leadership had begun to exalt itself rather than Jesus Christ. But for a few years, it was a Christ-honoring congregation. We loved the LORD with all our heart, and sought his kingdom first. We evangelized the community, confronted sin, open-air preached, and held up a standard of holiness in preaching, and in life practice. We were united in Christ, as a family. Our lives revolved around each other. If a brother had to move, the whole church was there to help him move. If a family had a need, it was met instantaneously, and anyone was willing to help. We did not just gather on Sunday, we gathered collectively or with a few families separately for fellowship and meals almost daily. We could do this because many of us chose to move within very close proximately of one another.

We did not have our "own life". Our life was the church and our families. We did that which glorified God in all things, and held each other accountable. Sounds like a cult does it not? Well, by Biblical definition, not by a long shot. In fact, the church you read about in the book of Acts, and the church you read about in Paul's Epistles took these things to a much further extreme.

The church in Acts:
Acts 2:44-47

"And all that believed were together, and had all things common;

And sold their possessions and goods, and parted them to all men, as every man had need.

And they, continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house, did eat their meat with gladness and singleness of heart;

Praising God, and having favour with all the people. And the Lord added to the church daily such as should be saved."

Acts 4:32-35

"And the multitude of them that believed were of one heart and of one soul: neither said any of them that ought of the things which he possessed was his own; but they had all things common.

And with great power gave the apostles witness of the resurrection of the Lord Jesus: and great grace was upon them all.

Neither was there any among them that lacked: for as many as were possessors of lands or houses sold them, and brought the prices of the things that were sold,

And laid them down at the apostles' feet: and distribution was made unto every man according as he had need."

The Apostles' Doctrine

Hebrews 13:17

"Obey them that have the rule over you, and submit yourselves: for they watch for your souls, as they that must give account, that they may do it with joy, and not with grief: for that is unprofitable for you."

Now that sounds like a cult by 21st Century, American Marxist definition, if I have ever heard it! It sounds terrible! Almost like.... a community! God forbid! Seriously though folks, if you think back to every community there ever was, before the 20th century and the modern grid system, ultra specialization, and so on, you will realize this: By the definition of almost every American churchgoer, every community that ever was, was a wicked, flaming, "C" word! Cult! To put it in other words: If you do not practice modern hyper-individualism, then you are in a cult.

Unless you are pretty old, you probably have no idea what it is like to live in a REAL community. We call small sections of cities today communities but there is nothing about these people or areas of land that has anything to do with community. Americans hate community and thus, if there arises any group of sincere people (whether correct or incorrect doctrinally) that bears any resemblance to an actual community (as defined pre-20th century), they are slandered as a "cult". I did find it interesting to look up the origin of the word "cult" and found this:

[F]rom Latin cultus "care, labor; cultivation, culture; worship, reverence...

The word "cult" stems from the word "culture". Hello? McFly? Anybody home?

Obviously I do not believe in a group or person controlling every detail of our lives; I am usually the first one to rebel against corrupt leadership and call them out. That church I was part of, that I mentioned at the beginning of this blog post, I led "the rebellion" (if you wish to call it that) and the church dissolved due to unrepentance in leadership. But despite the corruption, I still will not say that it became a "cult" as defined by today's standards. Just because you do not like the way a community operates, and the leadership's decisions, does not mean you have to label it with the most heinous terms you can think of. I for one, am sick of all the fear mongering about cults. These same people that cry out about "cults", bully you into fear and submission, and scare you into not joining with a legitimate community. Just the same as they that bully you into hating your own people and buying into miscegenation and multiculturalism under the guise of "racism". These things are an abomination to God, and should be to any godly man or woman.

Swiss Kinist


  1. Good article, indeed, the early Church is sometimes referred to as the Cult of the Martyrs!

    'Americans hate community and thus,'

    In practice this definitely seems to be true, but I think most individuals also long for a community to belong to, hence sports fans, colleges frats, political groups, denominations, rotary clubs, etc. Its a sad fractured world.

    Diabolos: to separate

  2. "In practice this definitely seems to be true, but I think most individuals also long for a community to belong to"

    Good point. Perhaps it is sort of like the longing of the sinner to have the waters of life, but his love for sin and the world keeps him from coming to Christ, who is the only one who can satisfy.