Preliminary Note: This essay concerns the future of Western, especially American, Christianity as opposed to non-Western Christianity which represents a different trajectory and future.


Christianity will likely collapse on many fronts in the near future. The following are ways in which this will probably transpire.

Collapse of Unifying Authority

Christianity will experience a near total collapse of any central unifying authority. The church of the future will suffer from entropy at a historically unprecedented level. This will affect doctrine and institutional hierarchy.



American Crusader (@TheTrumpNation) pointed me to a VDARE article suggesting the Southern Baptist Convention should dissolve for claiming the Alt-Right is an "anti-gospel." The article asserts the Alt-Right is compatible with Christianity (amen), and links to this website and others that affirm an identitarian oriented Christianity.

Among the sites listed is Damian Michael's site (check it out). He also has a Youtube channel you might want to follow. Of course, it also mentions Faith & Heritage. It would take too long to mention everyone, so here's a few more: Links. Let me know if you have a similar project, I would love to add you to the list.

We are growing, and we can be certain that rededicating our race to God is a holy cause. God is truth, and we're a vanguard fighting contemporary lies. We should support everyone contributing to this noble cause.



Authority to conquer the New World by European colonial powers was granted by the highest levels of the Christian world. Pope Nicolas V granted Spain and Portugal the right to conquer and enslave the Amerindians (savages who practiced human sacrifice):
“We grant you [Kings of Spain and Portugal] by these present documents, with our Apostolic Authority, full and free permission to invade, search out, capture, and subjugate the Saracens and pagans and any other unbelievers and enemies of Christ wherever they may be, as well as their kingdoms, duchies, counties, principalities, and other property [...] and to reduce their persons into perpetual slavery.” (Dum Diversas. Nicolas V. June 15, 1452) 
God told the Israelites to genocide the pagan Canaanites who practiced similar, probably less severe, atrocities. The Europeans were generous, our ancestors introduced these depraved nations to Christ.

SOURCE: Hayes, Diana. 1998. "Reflections on Slavery." in Curran, Charles E. Change in Official Catholic Moral Teaching.



Altright.com seems to have finally glimpsed the movement's need for an alliance with Christianity. Read their latest take: 'Traditional Christianity Is Making A Comeback In France. Why the Alt-Right should dial back some of its anti-Christian vibes.' Excerpt:
"And it is from this Traditionalist stock [orthodox Catholics] that a very large portion of Génération Identitaire is formed (probably the majority in France, I can’t speak for Austria and Germany). ‘Trads’ can also be found in organizations like Deus Vult (yes that is a real organization in France) and older, more storied ones like Action Française. These people are strong, faithful, and perhaps most importantly, fecund Catholics that believe in a France for the French and a return to traditional values."
In addition to supplying the French identitarian movement's manpower, France's traditional Christian Catholics seem to be the only one's producing the next generation of white people: "they tend to marry young and place a high emphasis on bearing kids, one can expect these families to have upward of eight or nine children. I’m not even kidding..."

The author also rejects the idea that France ever had a pre-Christian identity. As I've written previous essays, European identity is inevitably linked to the coming of the Christian faith and the development of "Christendom."

The Alt-Right must continue curving toward Christianity if it hopes to appeal to a more reliable and healthy demographic. Identitarianism is a Christian movement.


Rightist observers from outside North America may have a difficult time time understanding America's obsession with race and ethnicity. Race is, however, a crucial concept in American "civilization," and it is the fault of the outside observer in not understanding it. Every civilization has it's own internal components which are generally not understood by outsiders, but it's not the fault of a society that the "other" cannot comprehend it's social constructs.

I've had many unique experiences with this reality as a foreigner living and working in China over the last two years. Much of the Chinese worldview is founded on concepts and modes of thinking that seem bizarre, nonsensical, and even wicked to outside observers. The Chinese concept of "face," for example, has no equivalent among westerners. 

The challenge for Christians is to merge our religious worldview into an orthodox interpretation of Christianity that makes sense within our civilizational framework. "Race," as an important social category, may be unique to a Western or American civilization, but it's potential lack of universality is not a testament against it's reality.



Christian "conservatives" often condemn those to their right who acknowledge racial reality, but they're slowly realizing that to the emerging mainstream left they're equal to Nazis. Christianity Today:
"Profiles for Christian nonprofits like the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), Liberty Counsel, the Family Research Council (FRC), and the American Family Association featured a banner saying they had been flagged as a hate group [by the Southern Poverty Law Center]... The Alabama-based watchdog charity applies the term to organizations that oppose same-sex marriage and certain LGBT rights as well as to violent and extremist groups like the Ku Klux Klan, Aryan Nation, and Nation of Islam."
No matter how many Christian institutional leaders condemn "racism" and pass resolutions against the "alt-right anti-gospel" (SBC17) they're still categorized into the same crowd as the Aryan Nation and KKK by the liberal establishment and their SBLC cronies. Your virtue signalling means nothing.




“I thank God, whom I serve, as my ancestors did, with a clear conscience, as night and day I constantly remember you in my prayers.” (1:3)

Paul placed his relationship with God within a context of ancestral worship. Its doubtful Paul could have served God in the same capacity that he did if he hadn’t been introduced to religion as a child. Our ancestry is a crucial component of our spiritual and physical identity.