Baalam’s Doctrine, What is it?

“In the Old Testament, YEHOVAH God is presented as being absolutely racist and racially selective. YEHOVAH God told Israel to destroy whole nations, exterminating men, women, children and their animals. That Israel as a nation did not do so is the reason that many of these problems still exist today. YEHOVAH God is shown as being totally racist in the Old Testament, and since the Messiah also warns against racial intermarriage, we can also see that the New Testament is as racist as is the Old Testament. Does this shock you?”- Arnold Kennedy

Balaam told King Balak how to get the Israelites to commit sin by enticing them with miscegenation and food sacrificed to idols. The Israelites fell into transgression due to these traps and God sent a deadly plague to them as a result (Numbers 31:16). The curse of Balaam is generally used to mean that having anything to do with non-Israelite/Adamic people brings on the wrath of Yahweh. This book correctly contends that Gods commission to avoid these alien races is still in effect.

I have omitted a few parts in the audio reading, such as where the author contends that Rome is the great whore, which is partly true as Rome is apart of the body of Israel and has been throughout history, whoever the whore as a whole is all of Israel which goes after strange lovers. This is not to say that the Roman church is not the object of rebuke for a large part of the book of revelations, but in the narrators opinion, not solely in regards to the great whore. I would advise listeners read his paper linked in the description if you wish to be acquainted with Arnold Kennedy’s take on the matter as well as a few over very small things I’ve omitted because the narrator finds them dubious. Some of the changes were merely for the sake of narrating rhythm, so if you take anything to be overly contentious in this presentation, take in mind that it might be the narrators changes you have issue with and not Arnold Kennedy’s.
Over all I think Arnold Kennedy wrote a wonder paper here, same to with many other of his writings, and I hope that by listening to this I will have stoked some interest in this fellows work, despite differences in some fundamentals, another one of which in this paper has to do with Arnold Kennedy’s contention that non-Adamic/Aryan nations are to be considered as spiritually less developed and separate brethrin, a doctrine which can be defined as a type of dominion theology.

Read the essay here: https://www.christianidentityaustralia.org/reads/Balaam’s-Doctrine.pdf

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