Tag Archives: Kinism

Shotgun Wrestles With Kinism

There’s no doubt Kinism is an outgrowth of the now-defunct Christian Reconstruction movement, so to understand Kinism, one has to have a grasp on CR and why it imploded. But to properly understand CR, one has to take a step … Continue reading

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Lord Have Mercy, On the Working Man…

I wasn’t intending to direct my criticisms in  “Tribe Uber Alles” towards the new “Traditionalist Worker Party”.  I was railing against perceived sentiments in the Alternative Right as a whole.  Matt Parrott, though, took my comments personally and wrote a … Continue reading

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Why I’m Not an Activist

Research has a minor place in the scheme of things because research is dependent on an objective researcher and an objective examiner of the research. But man is not an objective creature. He does not use his reason to determine … Continue reading

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Farther On

“Oh my brother, are you weary Of the roughness of the way? Does your strength begin to fail you And your vigor to decay? Farther on.  Still go farther. Count the milestones, one by one. Jesus will forsake you never. … Continue reading

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Dr. Bahnsen’s Economic Argument Against Alienism

Most all modern Reformed theories of state and society are (unbeknownst to the Evangelicals) premised on neo-Marxist presuppositions.  While their emotional motivations are grounded in the civil-rights era, these anti-tribalists premise their intellectual objections to tribalism and ethnic-based social orders … Continue reading

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Helping Whipps Understand Kinism

A few months back, a “presuppositionalist” blogger named Joshua Whipps wrote a “slam” article against me, implying (and I loosely paraphrase): that I’m an evil racist everyone should avoid. His comments were apparently sparked by my “Van Tillian Fire” blog, … Continue reading

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My Father’s World – A Cesspool Event

This is my Father’s world, and to my listening ears All nature sings, and round me rings the music of the spheres. This is my Father’s world: I rest me in the thought Of rocks and trees, of skies and … Continue reading

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Orthodoxy’s Attitude Towards Ethnic Diversity

(While listening through an “Ancient Faith Today” podcast, I stumbled upon a discussion between Orthodox defender Kevin Allen and Orthodox deacon Michael Hyatt.  A caller asks about Orthodox attitudes towards ethnic diversity.  This is a topic which interests many of … Continue reading

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The So-Called “Weak” and “Strong” Kinists…

I’ve always objected to the “weak” and “strong” Kinist designation. (It was Gen5 who started it over on his blog). Aside from the quibbles we might offer about the factual accuracy of Gen5’s observations of Kinist ideological diversity[1], the “weak … Continue reading

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Got Integrity?

From time to time this “Got Questions” article surfaces as a “refutation” of Kinism.  As usual for social Marxists, the author shows little knowledge of Kinist ideals.  At least he recognizes that we’re not Christian Identity advocates.  That’s more than … Continue reading

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