Category Archives: Christianity

A Blood Libel Against the Christian West: Gil Anidjar’s “Blood”

Blood: A Critique of Christianity Gil Anidjar Columbia University Press, 2014 Trained in comparative literature, religious studies and Jewish thought, Gil Anidjar is a professor at the Department of Religion at Columbia University. His courses include Vampires, God and Freud and Derrida — a concatenation that immediately informs us that this will be a post-modern excursion, […]

On Europe and “the Faith”

“Too often you have not been welcomed…Forgive the closed-mindedness and indifference of our societies, which fear the change of lifestyle and mentality that your presence requires.” Pope Francis, 2016. “Europe is the faith, and the faith is Europe…I say again, renewing the terms, The Church is Europe: and Europe is The Church.” Hillaire Belloc, 1920.  […]

My Journey

Back in the 40s and 50s, a minority group thought that they had an excellent way to make society better — they would make people better. In their midst was a man who was educated, charismatic, determined, and very religious; he was a rising star in their movement. They put their plan into action in the […]

Is Universalism So Bad for Whites?

Our current disastrous situation is that the White race is rapidly declining in absolute numbers and the countries it built are being taken over by the Third World. There are, clearly, two elements to this. The first is that Whites are disappearing of their own volition because they don’t reproduce. The second element is unrestricted […]

Monotheism vs. Polytheism

This piece below was first published in Chronicles (A Magazine of American Culture), April 1996. Can we still conceive of the revival of pagan sensibility in an age so profoundly saturated by Judeo-Christian monotheism and so ardently adhering to the tenets of liberal democracy? In popular parlance the very word “paganism” may incite some to […]

Christianity and the Ethnic Suicide of the West

Several comments on my post “What’s wrong with the Swedes?” mention Christianity as a problem in the dispossession of Whites. I agree that Christianity is part of the problem, but I think there are several difficulties with supposing that it is a root cause of the problem. First and foremost, Christianity was the religion of […]