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Michael Penn commented on Max L. Costner, Jr.'s blog post A class assignment in a diversity class about hate groups. I chose Christian Identity.
"Thanks, DOG. It's so very true that people writing the scriptures had no idea of others existing at that time. Try telling the Mormons that. LOL Daniel, your observations are well taken and just go to prove that people all over the world would…"
Nov 23, 2013
Dyslexic's DOG commented on Max L. Costner, Jr.'s blog post A class assignment in a diversity class about hate groups. I chose Christian Identity.
"Straight away it stinks of Stupidity, especially considering the only tribes of Judaic Israelite humans were in fact Arabs, not an Anglo Saxon in sight. The only existing remnants of the tribe that the Bible called the Israelites are the Jews.…"
Nov 22, 2013
Sentient Biped commented on Max L. Costner, Jr.'s blog post A class assignment in a diversity class about hate groups. I chose Christian Identity.
"Dennis, in my misguided youth I followed the writings of HW  Armstrong, reading "The Plain Truth" and their many pamphlets.  In the strangest way, his / their insistence on following the Bible word for word, was a big part of my…"
Nov 22, 2013
Michael Penn commented on Max L. Costner, Jr.'s blog post A class assignment in a diversity class about hate groups. I chose Christian Identity.
"Similar beliefs were held by the late Herbert W. Armstrong who headed up the Worldwide Church of God. Most of us simply heard him on the radio, but he had quite a following believing that the "lost tribes" were now present day…"
Nov 22, 2013
Sentient Biped commented on Max L. Costner, Jr.'s blog post A class assignment in a diversity class about hate groups. I chose Christian Identity.
"Max, Thank you for this interesting review.   What a perverse bunch of people!  I wonder how individuals are attracted to movements like Christian Identity, and if born into the movement, whether they stay.  It seems like a cult,…"
Nov 21, 2013
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A class assignment in a diversity class about hate groups. I chose Christian Identity.

Christian Identity             The Christian Identity movement is considered complex, badly organized, and varied in what its claims are.  Its teachings are based on the concept that the Anglo-Saxons are direct descendants of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel.  They consider themselves the real “chosen people” of Judaism and Christian theistic concepts. The movement began in the mid-19th century in Great Britain called Anglo-Israelism.  This is the belief that Great Britain is the geographical…See More
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"Hi fellow Star Trek fan!  Thanks for responding to my discussion."
Aug 31, 2011
Max L. Costner, Jr. replied to Steph S.'s discussion What are some Star Trek things that you are collecting? in the group Trekkies
"I was collecting Star Trek items from The Franklin Mint seveal years ago (they no longer deal in these items) which were Star Trek ships from the different series made of pewter. I had two that were made made of metal which were the…"
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"Iron Maiden has released a video for their new CD. I features a space going Eddie. It is on Metal Hammer http://www.metalhammer.co.uk/news/iron-maiden-the-final-frontier-video-here/"
Jul 13, 2010

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I am proud to be an Atheist and now even mention it when referring to myself. However, unlike some god worshipers I have worked by I do not just come out and tell people. It all depends on a relevant conversation. I am no longer concerned that people know it because people tend to give me dirty looks just for wearing Heavy Metal shirts. I am also proud that I listen to Heavy Metal music because I consider it the best music on the planet Earth. It Is a reflection of society. It seems to me that so many people are into words and not music.

I also enjoy bicycling and when I decided to jog this winter I did not realize that I would like it so much. I actually enjoy jogging at night. I was only working part time on 3rd shift so I was usually jogging at 3:00 or 4:00 in the morning. This was around the local lake which also had bicycling trails where I could have actually jogged many many miles. It is also easier to see vehicles at night which to me is a necessity. In Mid-Michigan almost everyone drives like maniacs.

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A class assignment in a diversity class about hate groups. I chose Christian Identity.

Posted on November 21, 2013 at 4:33pm 5 Comments

Christian Identity

 

            The Christian Identity movement is considered complex, badly organized, and varied in what its claims are.  Its teachings are based on the concept that the Anglo-Saxons are direct descendants of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel.  They consider themselves the real “chosen people” of Judaism and Christian theistic concepts. The movement began in the mid-19th century in Great Britain called…

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At 9:06pm on August 31, 2011, Steph S. said…
Hi fellow Star Trek fan!  Thanks for responding to my discussion.
At 5:28pm on March 9, 2010, John Jubinsky said…
Hi Maxx! Have a very happy birthday.
At 7:29pm on October 27, 2009, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
Welcome to this excellent site whose members, like yourself, recognise that religion is nothing but a fraud, and God and gods are only fictions and superstitions in the minds of the credulous.

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"ORIGINS: Universe, Life, Earth, Humankind, Fossils, Religion, Evolution, Darwin..." with its over 200 discussion topics.
We talk about the world’s great questions including how life and humans, religion and faith, and everything else began.

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