Tag Archives: Christianity

Theological Thinking: A Footnote

Brian Boru The human mind is a wondrous thing. Some weeks ago I had the experience of lending to a friend of mine, for his perusal, a recent issue of Liberty Bell. Two days ago (I am writing this on … Continue reading

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A Short, Irreverent History of the World

A.N. Outsider The Jews really are a remarkable people, but not for any of the reasons they claim. For example, in some mystical pre-existence phase, before the Beginning, they invented their great God Yahweh, created in their own brutish image. … Continue reading

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Comissary to the Gentiles

The First to See the Possibilities of War by Propaganda ✡ Marcus Eli Ravage ✡ You Christians worry and complain about the Jew’s influence in your civilization. We are, you say, an international people, a compact minority in your midst, … Continue reading

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The Iron Guard

JIANU DIANIELEAU GIVES AN INSIGHT INTO THE PRE-WAR RUMANIAN NATIONALIST MOVEMENT The following interview with Jianu Danieleau, an officer of the pre-war Iron Guard, was recently conducted for the interests of our readership. We hope that it will stimulate greater … Continue reading

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A Real Case Against the Jews

One of Them Points Out the Full Depth of Their Guilt ✡ Marcus Eli Ravage ✡ Of course, you don’t resent us. It is no good telling me you don’t. So let us not waste any time on denials and … Continue reading

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So You Still Opt for Christianity?

J. W. Travis In recent years we have seen the emergence of an heretofore taboo practice of not merely calling into question, but actual condemnation of orthodox religion. This healthy step forward has been in evidence in various publications, including … Continue reading

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Alfred Rosenberg and Paganism

Guillermo Coletti “Should the subduing talisman, the Cross, break, then will come the roaring forth of wild madness of the old champions… The talisman is brittle, and the day will come when it will pitifully break. The old stone gods … Continue reading

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Witch Doctors for Christ

Nicholas Carter From Christianity to the next three largest religions, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam… from the classical worlds of ancient Persia, Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece and Rome to the Celtic, Teutonic and Scandinavian lands… from Oriental Semites to the ancient American … Continue reading

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To Please Yahweh, or Astound Him?

Allan Callahan Some six decades or so ago there was a rash of flagpole-sitting going on in the U.S. Some of the best known sitters were “Shipwreck” Kelly, who sat atop a flagpole for 12 days; “Spider” Harness, who perched … Continue reading

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The Triumph of the Christ Myth

Nicholas Carter The story of the salvation-deity is one of the oldest myths in the recorded history of mankind. Prior to the emergence of the Christ, there was hardly a god in four continents who hadn’t been born of a … Continue reading

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The Moses-God Fight

Allan Callahan There is a passage in the Bible that used to puzzle me. It says that God once attempted to kill Moses. It reads: “And it came to pass by the way in the inn, that the Lord met … Continue reading

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The Inquisition in Mexico

Allan Callahan It had always been my assumption that the Inquisition had been a European affair, and mostly confined to Spain, but recently I came across an account which showed that the Inquisition had operated in Mexico, also. It was … Continue reading

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The Messianic Age

Nicholas Carter The artfully Christianized New Testament tells us that a brand new mystery religion called Christianity was suddenly thrust from the chaotic bowels of Palestine nearly 2000 years ago. This unusual cult – unique in the sense that the … Continue reading

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Nathan the Wise or the Age of Enlightenment and Jews

Max Wundt Translated from the German by Charles E. Weber, Ph.D. Translator’s Introduction Three articles translated from the series, Forschungen zur Judenfrage (1937 ff.) (Studies on the Jewish Problem), have now appeared in the Liberty Bell, viz., the issues of … Continue reading

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The Graeco-Judean Connection

Nicholas Carter It is axiomatic that people cannot be rightly understood and fairly judged unless they are regarded in the light of the standards and values of the society in which they lived. In other words, the peoples of the … Continue reading

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