Should We Reform or Separate from Our Churches?

I’ve been thinking about the topic of churches recently. Horsa and those commenting on her article, “How to Suffer,” made some interesting related points about church membership. I recommend that everyone read the article and the comments that follow.  I commend Horsa’s humility in admitting that it is possible to be too hasty to condemn others in our zeal for truth. I can attest from my own experience that she is right about that.

That aside, the main question in the article and comments is whether or not devout Christians who are pro-white and red-pilled on the Jewish Question should remain in their normie cucked churches.

Simply put: it depends.

Did you like that side-stepping of a point of contention? Well, it’s not actually an evasive maneuver. It’s the beginnings of a complex answer to a complex question.

In the Bible we are commanded to love Christ’s bride, of which we become a part when we confess Christ as Lord and Savior and are baptized. We are given plenty of instructions of what to do as part of and within the context of the Church.

Simultaneously in the Bible we are commanded to separate ourselves from apostasy and moral …

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