A Note on Creeds in the Brotherhood

The Brotherhood believes in freedom of conscience. The people have had a variety of beliefs, and have always done best recognizing this. All creeds that help the people are welcomed. Traditionalist and biblical Christians and pagans can and should set aside whatever differences they have on existential matters and work together for the people. Creeds and beliefs hostile to and destructive of the people- roughly progressive Christianity and materialist atheism- are not acceptable and not welcomed.

About thrasymachus33308

I like fast cars, fast women and southern-fried rock. I have an ongoing beef with George Orwell. I take my name from a character in Plato's "Republic" who was exasperated with the kind of turgid BS that passed for deep thought and political discourse in that time and place, just as I am today. The character, whose name means "fierce fighter" was based on a real person but nobody knows for sure what his actual political beliefs were. I take my pseudonym from a character in an Adam Sandler song who was a obnoxious jerk who pissed off everybody.
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7 Responses to A Note on Creeds in the Brotherhood

  1. This Christian (kinist) agrees – now if we can convince the rest of our brothers.

  2. Ryu says:

    Sounds good.

  3. Zippy says:

    I have a serious question. And I don’t mean it in a confrontational way. If you look at “Dark Enlightenment” thinkers, some, like Steve Sailor and John Derbyshire are secular and probably atheistic, while others, like Vox Day and Dalrock and, apparently you are extremely hostile to atheism.

    I guess my question is how do you reconcile belief in that God and Jesus stuff with Human Biodiversity? As somebody who thinks Darwin basically got it right, I think that reproductively isolated populations tend to to diverge from one another. HBD is the inevitable result of evolution. (Liberals believe in evolution from the neck down.) Certain human subpopulations are simply incapable of building or even maintaining an advanced civilization. Australian Aborigines and most strains of Africans would fall into this category. They simply don’t have the mental horsepower to do it, and in the case of Africans other related dispositions (such as time preference). From the standpoint of a materialist atheist, this makes perfect sense.

    But I have no clue as to why God would create such a state of affairs. Create a human subspecies that is simply not capable of thoughts at our level? If Aborigines were not human — if they were a species of monkey — we wouldn’t give them full human rights. Why would a benevolent God do something like that?

    Now I do realize that a lot of atheists are sanctimonious leftist jerks. For many people, the loss of religion leaves what I like a “religion shaped hole” in their psyche, which they often fill with a belief in the state. So as an associational matter, I understand why one would be wary of members of the organized atheist movement. But atheism certainly isn’t intrinsically leftist, and as I said HBD does flow quite naturally from the Theory of Evolution.

  4. Zippy says:

    Thanks. No hurry! I look forward to your thoughts on it, and I check your blog regularly in any case.

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