Giles Corey: The Complete Sword of Christ

Giles Corey’s book The Sword of Christ was published by Amazon in 2020 but then banned from the site. He writes, “Since it was banned by Amazon, I have been exceedingly busy. Though I do plan to release a second edition at some point in the future, I just don’t have the time to do it anytime soon. So I would send you the book as it was when you wrote the preface to it.”

The Sword of Christ is available here.

52 replies
  1. Tim Folke
    Tim Folke says:

    I was one of the lucky few to beat Amazon to the punch and in due course received a First Edition. Excellent writing, Giles!

    For those who have not read it yet, I would highly recommend it. I would also say that it is, for the most part, a very sobering book that is best read with no distractions and no scheduling deadlines obligating the reader to prematurely set the book aside.

    For those who are not Christian it is still a powerful read. Truth is an absolute. To paraphrase a commenter on an earlier article, ‘Do not let perfection kill the good’.

  2. David Schmitt
    David Schmitt says:

    I purchased it. I highly recommend it.

    I am a Catholic and found myself thinking that it was a tad thin in insights about the Catholic situation, nonetheless, I endorse this very good effort to encourage and instruct especially Christian men, and to free them from the toxic goo of passivity and malignant compliance with an oppressively feminized, anti-confrontational, fantasy-based church life. (Perhaps that is my characterization and not the author’s: blame me if it is inaccurate.)

  3. CS Michael
    CS Michael says:

    Mr. Corey,

    I’ve just read your intro, and am very excited to dive into your book. One thing right off the bat though is using the Eastern Cross, but being so strong on KJV as apposed to the Septuagint. Just curious if you’ve looked into this much. I recently wrote an article on the Millennial Kingdom in our past, and used page 9 to break down the Talmudic origins of the later Masoretic (KJV) vs the Septuagint – which Jesus and His disciples used. I think it’s worth visiting before you republish. Here’s the article and again I look forward to reading your work.

    Blessings in King Jesus,
    CS Michael

  4. Philip Power
    Philip Power says:

    This article is about what it means for Jesus to be a ‘Prophet like Moses’.
    What did Moses Say about Jesus?
    Moses is one of the most revered figures in Judaism as he is the one that God chose to give the Torah (Law) to at Mount Sinai. The “Torah” is the first five books in what Christians call the Old Testament – Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy.
    “To believe Moses” means to believe what he wrote.
    Jesus said to the Jews that did not believe in him that if they really believed Moses, they would believe him;
    “For if you believed Moses, you would believe me, because he wrote about me. But if you don’t believe his writings, how will you believe my words?” (John 5:46).
    The Old Testament is so full of references to Jesus that He taught the disciples about Himself from the Law of Moses and from the Prophets on the road to Emmaus;
    “He said to them, “How unwise and slow you are to believe in your hearts all that the prophets have spoken! Didn’t the Messiah have to suffer these things and enter into His glory?” Then beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, He interpreted for them the things concerning Himself in all the Scriptures.” (Luke 24:25-27)
    Moses said that God would send a prophet like himself and that we must listen to him — in fact says that if we don’t listen, God will hold us accountable;
    “The Lord your God will raise up for you a prophet like me from among your own brothers. You must listen to him.
    This is what you requested from the Lord your God at Horeb on the day of the assembly when you said, ‘Let us not continue to hear the voice of the Lord our God or see this great fire any longer, so that we will not die!’ Then the Lord said to me, ‘They have spoken well.
    I will raise up for them a prophet like you from among their brothers. I will put My words in his mouth, and he will tell them everything I command him. I will hold accountable whoever does not listen to My words that he speaks in My name. (Deuteronomy 18: 15-19)
    Jesus was the Prophet like Moses that God raised up
    There were many parallels between Moses and Jesus; as infants both Moses and Jesus were almost killed by ruler’s edicts and both were protected from harm, both spent their early years in Egypt, both cured lepers (Numbers 12:10-15; Matt. 8:2-3) and both were initially doubted in their roles by their siblings. Moses lifted up the brazen serpent to deliver those that had faith and Jesus was lifted up on the cross to deliver all who would have faith. Moses appointed 70 elders to rule Israel (Num. 11:16-17); Jesus appointed 70 disciples to teach the nations (Luke 10:1, 17). But the most striking comparison between Jesus and Moses was that they were both prophets that taught the Law of God.
    Yes, Jesus like Moses taught the Law — the true meaning and practice of the Law as given by God.
    As a Prophet, he was calling the Jews back to the Law as God gave it, rather than what the Pharisees had made it.

    The Standard of the Prophet
    As a Prophet, Jesus had to meet the same criteria that God set for all prophets; that is
    To uphold what God has said or be put to death.
    This ought not to be overlooked.
    Prophets in the Old Testament were to be put to death if what they said did not come to pass or if what they taught caused the people to stray from the way God had already spoken.
    The standard for a prophet is spelled out in the Law of Moses;
    “If a prophet or someone who has dreams arises among you and proclaims a sign or wonder to you, and that sign or wonder he has promised you comes about, but he says, ‘Let us follow other gods,’ which you have not known, ‘and let us worship them,’ do not listen to that prophet’s words or to that dreamer. For the Lord your God is testing you to know whether you love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul. You must follow the Lord your God and fear Him. You must keep His commands and listen to His voice; you must worship Him and remain faithful to Him. That prophet or dreamer must be put to death, because he has urged rebellion against the Lord your God who brought you out of the land of Egypt and redeemed you from the place of slavery, to turn you from the way the Lord your God has commanded you to walk. You must purge the evil from you.” (Deuteronomy 13: 1-5)

    The Teachings of Jesus and the Law
    Some people believe that the teachings of Jesus as recorded in the New Testament teach something different than what is taught in the Law of Moses or that He gave them new meaning or disregarded the Law; even breaking some of its commands. Finally, others would say Jesus fulfilled the Law and therefore the Law is no longer relevant.
    Let’s look at each of those a bit closer;
    1. Some people believe that the teachings of Jesus were very different than what was taught in the Old Testament; that the Old Testament was all about the law and the New Testament is all about grace. This idea is worth an article in itself at very least, but let’s look at this idea in terms of what Deuteronomy 13 says. If Jesus taught something different (e.g. grace) than what God had previously taught (e.g. Law), then He would have been leading us away from keeping God’s commands and this would have made Him a false prophet, deserving of death.
    2. Others say that Jesus gave ‘new meaning‘ to what was taught in the Old Testament but this too would have made Him a false prophet. If Jesus reinterpreted the Law of Moses, He would have been urging us to rebellion against the Lord and His commands and we would have been just to put Him to death.
    3. Still others say that Jesus broke all kinds of commands in the Law of Moses and often cite Him healing on the Sabbath as a common example. Jesus did not follow the “Oral Law” of the Pharisees and thus in their minds would have been viewed as breaking the Sabbath, but nowhere in Scripture are there any instances of Him violating any of the commands of the (Written) Law, as recorded in the Law of Moses. Furthermore, if Jesus had indeed broken the Law of Moses — the Law given by God, He would have committed a sin and no longer been the Lamb of God without blemish.
    4. Finally, others say Jesus fulfilled the Law and therefore the Law is no longer relevant. Jesus as the Prophet like Moses was calling the Jews back to a true observance of the Law of which He is the goal (Romans 10:4). Some translations use the word “end” for goal, but the word in Greek [telios] is more clearly understood in the context of Romans 10 as goal. In this context, Paul is referring to the Jews as disregarding the righteousness from God and attempting to establish their own righteousness. Again, this refers to the Pharisees insistence that the observance of “Oral Law” (i.e. ‘the traditions of men’) are equivalent in authority to the Written Law — which is the Law of God. Paul says that they [the Jews] have NOT submitted themselves to God’s righteousness [as embodied in the Law] — of whom Christ is the goal.
    None of the teachings of Jesus recorded anywhere in the New Testament teach something new or different than what is taught in the Law of Moses and at no time does Jesus ever break the commands of the Law, as given by God. In the following examples, we demonstrate that Jesus considered the Law not only relevant to teach, but to exhort believers to practice.

    Jesus upholds the Law
    Here are four examples as to how Jesus, as the Prophet like Moses, upholds the Law of Moses;
    1. Jesus and the Rich Young Man
    The synoptic gospels record the conversation between Jesus and the rich young man who wanted to know how to inherit eternal life.
    Jesus could have simply replied “follow me” but he doesn’t. He reminds the man of the commandments of God in the Law forbidding adultery, murder, stealing, bearing false witness and honouring one’s parents (Mark 10:17-22; Matt 19:16-30; Luke 18:18-30). Jesus upholds the Law.
    It was when the young man said that he had kept these commands from the time he was a youth that Jesus said to sell all he had, distribute it to the poor and follow Him (Luke 18:18-23, Mt 19:19-21, Mark 10:17-21). Jesus continues to uphold the Law in His reply by telling the man to sell all his possessions. He was pointing out that money had become an idol to the man which kept him from keeping the first two commandments; which is to have the Lord as our God and no other gods before Him, and not to make an idol — which money had become to the man. Jesus upholds the Law all the way through this teaching.

    2. Jesus and the Jewish Lawyer
    In the conversation between Jesus and a Jewish lawyer recorded by Mark and Matthew, the issue of which is the greatest of the 613 commandments came up.
    A question had arisen among the Jews and was now put to Jesus as to which commandment was ‘the first of all’ (Mark 12:28), or ‘the greatest’ (Matthew 22:34) — first and greatest both referring to the same thing.
    In Matthew’s and Mark’s account (Mark 12:31, Matthew 22:39), Jesus replies to the Jewish lawyer saying that ‘the greatest and first commandment’ was to love God with all your heart, soul and strength (Deuteronomy 6:5) and adds ‘the second is this, “You shall love your neighbour as yourself” (Leviticus 19:18). Jesus upholds the Law.

    Moderate Christians love to talk about how Jesus fixed the Old Testament, or, in other words, obsoleted the horribly offensive parts about slavery, keeping women in their place, killing gays, etc. In fact, he did no such thing.
    1. Jesus fully supported everything in the Old Testament
    Here is Jesus speaking specifically on the topic of Old Testament teachings:

    “For truly, I say to you, till heaven and earth pass away, not an iota, not a dot, will pass the law until all is accomplished. Whoever then relaxes one of the least of these commandments and teaches men so, shall be called least in the kingdom of heaven; but he who does them and teaches them shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven.” — Matthew 5:18-19
    “It is easier for Heaven and Earth to pass away than for the smallest part of the letter of the law to become invalid.” (Luke 16:17)
    “Do not think that I have come to abolish the law or the prophets. I have come not to abolish but to fulfill. Amen, I say to you, until heaven and earth pass away, not the smallest part or the smallest part of a letter will pass from the law, until all things have taken place.” (Matthew 5:17)
    “Did not Moses give you the law, and yet none of you keepeth the law” (John7:19)
    Keep in mind, this is Jesus saying this – in the Bible that all Christians own and cherish. Don’t take my word for it; look it up–it’s all there.
    So now that we understand that he fully supported what’s in the Old Testament, let’s take a look at what he actually just commanded us to uphold.


    Blasphemy is Punishable by Death
    One who blasphemes the name of the LORD shall be put to death; the whole congregation shall stone the blasphemer. Aliens as well as citizens, when they blaspheme the Name, shall be put to death. (NRSV) — Leviticus 24:16

    Cheaters Must Die
    If a man commits adultery with another man’s wife—with the wife of his neighbor—both the adulterer and the adulteress must be put to death. (NIV) — Leviticus 20:10

    Dishonoring Your Mother or Father is Punishable by Death
    Anyone who dishonors father or mother must be put to death. Such a person is guilty of a capital offense. (NLT) — Leviticus 20:9

    People Who Work on Sabbath Should be Killed
    You have six days each week for your ordinary work, but the seventh day must be a Sabbath day of complete rest, a holy day dedicated to the LORD. Anyone who works on that day must be put to death. (NLT) — Exodus 35:2

    If a Woman is Not a Virgin When She Gets Married, She Has to Die
    “If any man takes a wife, and goes in to her, and detests her, and charges her with shameful conduct, and brings a bad name on her, and says, ‘I took this woman, and when I came to her I found she was not a virgin,’ … and evidences of virginity are not found for the young woman, then they shall bring out the young woman to the door of her father’s house, and the men of her city shall stone her to death with stones … (NKJV) — Deuteronomy 22:13-14,20-21

    There’s Nothing Wrong With Slavery
    Your male and female slaves are to come from the nations around you; from them you may buy slaves. (NIV) — Leviticus 25:44

    Sodomites Should be Put to Death
    If a man lies with a male as with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination; they shall be put to death; their blood is upon them. (NRSV) — Leviticus 20:13

    Keep in mind, these aren’t suggestions. They’re not optional. Remember what Jesus said,
    “Whoever then relaxes one of the least of these commandments and teaches men so, shall be called least in the kingdom of heaven…”
    He also said they’re not open to any personal interpretation. It’s all very clear to anyone willing to actually read the Bible.


    • Bobjeanjesus
      Bobjeanjesus says:

      Yes , drugs should also be banned because it’s sorcery . Let’s party like it’s 1599 , baby 😋 let the good times roll.

    • Alfred Barnes
      Alfred Barnes says:

      I disagree, as there are many verses in the NT which do not support your position. The OT does not apply today, as in Romans 1, the very first epistle, in the first chapter, Paul states in verse 32, “Though they know God’s righteous decree that those who practice such things deserve to die, they not only do them but give approval to those who practice them.”

      Notice he doesn’t say “shall be put to death”. So, who’s right, you or the unadulterated, unfailing, word of truth, the word and will of God?

      I’m going with God on this one. It is those who are zealous for the law who killed the Christ. I think it’s obvious in this case on which side you belong.

    • Gerry
      Gerry says:

      @ Philip Power

      One of the unfortunate things about Christianity is that unlike the time of the apostles law was never our schoolmaster? We as Gentiles never grew up in an atmosphere where from the time one was born to the time of your death the law was shoved daily into ones face, mind and heart. Next to that to find forgiveness and justification before God one had to visit the Temple from time to time and offer blood sacrifices by way of animal sacrifices.

      Law teaches us or is supposed to teach us what holiness is. Indeed how does anyone know what holiness is if one hasn’t been trained in the laws of God to begin with. So St. Paul if he were around today to see present day Christianity would he not have a problem with this idea that law is no longer important? I’d say no question!

      “before faith came, we were kept under the law, shut up unto the faith which should afterwards be revealed.
      Wherefore the law was our schoolmaster to bring us unto Christ, that we might be justified by faith.
      But after that faith is come, we are no longer under a schoolmaster.
      For ye are all the children of God by faith in Christ Jesus.
      For as many of you as have been baptized into Christ have put on Christ. Galatians 3

      Ah, the historical perspective

  5. Ray Withnell
    Ray Withnell says:

    I was lucky enough to get a copy when it came out. Have had all sorts of problems getting any conservative books from the States ever since the covid-crap started!
    Started reading it [thinking how it was my ‘kind’ of book] when covid conspiracy started. Put away; and got onto dealing with the NEW WORLD SEDITION.
    Thanks for the reminder…will get back into it [maybe with a more-defined outlook!].

  6. Captainchaos
    Captainchaos says:

    The path to carving out one or several White ethnostates in North America will involve a mixed portfolio of means. It will be necessary to employ a “legitimate” front of democratic politics and paramilitary political gangsterism. Red State secession will be the democratic political front, a means of converting the masses to acceptance of the goal of creating a White ethnostate. The masses will lend their passive and active support to the hard and heroic men that must live only in the shadows.

    Now the crucial question: Will evangelical Protestant Christianity prove a help or a hindrance to this racially salvific project? It is one thing to write a book, cast a ballot or run for office, yet we all know that will not be sufficient. The Ulster Protestant Loyalist militias of Northern Ireland seem to have no great compunction about doing the necessary. Perhaps only bad men without any moral fibre to speak of engage in kneecappings and extra-judicial executions, yet today, tomorrow and the day afterwards Protestant Christians will sing their praises.

    Why would it be any different in America? Is it not only a matter of time?

    • Bobjeanjesus
      Bobjeanjesus says:

      Well now , see the ivy league schools got founded by the Christians…I’m focusing on social justice… forcing blacks and minorities on the papacy and all others ☺️ and if the object and that’s racist and we will one day have a black Pope on the throne of Peter. And minorities forced on everyone for their own good. And if you don’t like it… you’re a Nazi .

    • Bobjeanjesus
      Bobjeanjesus says:

      Trust me…this is the way ..proud , airy and one word my will to sustain ☺️ it’s all that , my friend. Shove the multiculturalism back on them all. Protest their racism and Nazism. Force minorities everywhere and if they object…they are a Nazi. Make the Papacy be given to a black man….if they make a cult…force a black man to run the Illuminati. Force it back on them or they are a Nazi war criminal . Force it on everyone.

    • Gerry
      Gerry says:

      @ Captainchaos

      Our world is dying and we along with it. I am deeply afraid we are arriving to a day and age long prophesied in Ecclesiastes:

      Remember your Creator
      in the days of your youth,
      before the days of trouble come
      and the years approach when you will say,
      “I find no pleasure in them”—
      before the sun and the light
      and the moon and the stars grow dark,
      and the clouds return after the rain;
      when the keepers of the house tremble,
      and the strong men stoop,
      when the grinders cease because they are few,
      and those looking through the windows grow dim;
      when the doors to the street are closed
      and the sound of grinding fades;
      when people rise up at the sound of birds,
      but all their songs grow faint;
      when people are afraid of heights
      and of dangers in the streets;
      when the almond tree blossoms
      and the grasshopper drags itself along
      and desire no longer is stirred.
      Then people go to their eternal home
      and mourners go about the streets.

      If there is a “salvific project” one should be involved in best it be leading the masses whoever they may be to righteousness. Adam and Eve weren’t naked in the garden not originally but rather they were clothed in light as God is Himself and God wants to return us to that state of being. It is why we read in Daniel:

      Those who are wise[a] will shine like the brightness of the heavens, and those who lead many to righteousness, like the stars for ever and ever. 4 But you, Daniel, roll up and seal the words of the scroll until the time of the end. Many will go here and there to increase knowledge.”

      5 Then I, Daniel, looked, and there before me stood two others, one on this bank of the river and one on the opposite bank. 6 One of them said to the man clothed in linen, who was above the waters of the river, “How long will it be before these astonishing things are fulfilled?”

      7 The man clothed in linen, who was above the waters of the river, lifted his right hand and his left hand toward heaven, and I heard him swear by him who lives forever, saying, “It will be for a time, times and half a time.[b] When the power of the holy people has been finally broken, all these things will be completed.”

      8 I heard, but I did not understand. So I asked, “My lord, what will the outcome of all this be?”

      9 He replied, “Go your way, Daniel, because the words are rolled up and sealed until the time of the end. 10 Many will be purified, made spotless and refined, but the wicked will continue to be wicked. None of the wicked will understand, but those who are wise will understand..

      A better question to ask Captianchaos is how severe and evil are things going to get on earth that it will break the power of the saints of God?

      O what would St. Paul have done watching Christian nations going to war to kill each other on the battlefield. From the time of my youth i have always been bothered by such a question. Indeed, reading about the American Civil War and how at Westpoint there was a visible division between brothers who were just days earlier in chapel together taking communion and now here they were facing each other on the battlefield killing each other?

      Few there will be that find it I guess?!?!?!?!?!?! Find what? Eternal life! There actually does indeed exist a fountain of eternal youth. Who would give that up for mere scraps of this worlds riches?

      Now all has been heard;
      here is the conclusion of the matter:
      Fear God and keep his commandments,
      for this is the duty of all mankind.
      For God will bring every deed into judgment,
      including every hidden thing,
      whether it is good or evil.

      will you be one of the few Dr. Chaos? will you?

    • Gerry
      Gerry says:

      @ Captainchaos

      Well, well look what we have here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Found this early morning and thought immediately of you Chaos:

      Andriy Biletsky, the Azov Battalion’s first commander and later a National Corps parliamentarian previously led the neo-Nazi paramilitary organisation “Patriot of Ukraine,” and once stated in 2010 that it was the Ukrainian nation’s mission to “lead the white races of the world in a final crusade… against Semite-led Untermenschen [subhumans].

      Days of trouble, big trouble are indeed approaching even the biblical scriptures warns that violence will fill the earth in the last days. More disconcerting for me however, are the words:

      For there shall arise false christs and false prophets and shall show great signs and wonders, insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect. Matt. 24: 23-25

      Some opine that the very elect refers to the Jewish people. Not so!!!!! It refers to the very leadership meaning that even a St. Paul and St John could be deceived and swept away. It agrees with Daniel about the power of the holy people being finally broken.

      Wow. What would it take to break a strength of character like St. Paul?

      and what do we have in the Christian Church today as equals?

      Dear God what happened or is happening dear Father, that we have arrived to this in the Church which is the body of your Son Christ Jesus? May your judgment arrive and purify us for the Throne itself which your Son Christ Jesus promised to them that overcome this insane, truly insane world. I however, just want a drink from the fountain of eternal youth I’m getting old, this body is in decrepit mode I’m afraid. In your sons name Christ Jesus we pray and ask. thank you! and bless Cynthia Chung!!!!!!!!!!!!! she said it right:

      We have done this to ourselves. And if we truly want to correct the matter, we should first have the respect to admit the truth in our complicity to much of the world’s woes during this Cold War period. Those of us who have lived in abundance, in comfort, and security, should take the first step to speak out and say no more to the rest of the world living in starved war-torn agony.

      We must stop caring for ourselves first at the expense of all else. We must start caring for others first and foremost and acknowledge the crimes that have been committed in our name. Only then can we truly have the humility to see that the solution has been in front of our face the whole time.

      If we fail in this, the western world will not be able to sustain itself for much longer economically. And when it falls, what sort of people do you think you will be surrounded by after all these years of supporting fascism under your very nose?

      • Captainchaos
        Captainchaos says:

        Calm down, Gerry. There is nothing immoral or unchristian about what I propose. I am a hardline, uncompromising proponent of ethnic and racial separation. There will never be lasting peace between Ukrainians and Russians until hard separation is enforced between them; same goes for the Irish and Ulster Scots.

        If keeping them together is the cause of suffering, isn’t that the immoral thing, and not enforced separation? But guess what, in the real world, someone has got to do that enforcing, now don’t they? Someone has got to lead, someone has got to wear the balls. I didn’t make the world, take it up with God.

    • Gerry
      Gerry says:

      @ Captainchaos

      “will sing their praises”

      Really? Not the wheat but the tares mostly, yes?

      Psalm 8:2

      Through the praise of children and infants
      you have established a stronghold against your enemies,
      to silence the foe and the avenger.

      Yes, this how the Christian silences the foe and avenger. Praise and worship!!!!

      But alas only the newly minted forgiven, babes, literally understand this joy they receive from the Eternal.

    • Gerry
      Gerry says:

      Why so many crop circles England? And what does this one sentence from the Eternal mean?

      “Much pain but still time”

  7. Gerry
    Gerry says:

    The book for me was expensive but its in my library nevertheless. As for its contents it reveals the truth of what St. Peter said

    Many will follow their depraved conduct and will bring the way of truth into disrepute. 2 Peter 2:2

    I can only reiterate the words of that housewife from South Africa to whom God gave the message Ichabod or Revival, “that there is a tidal wave of deception flooding into the church and my people do not know the truth anymore.” “There are hirelings behind the pulpit and they are leading God’s people astray.”

    HIRELINGS? Yeah! and Ichabod meaning my glory has departed!

    Too many are the errors and for me one of the most egregious is the prophecy from Ezekiel 37 and 38 and the nations of Gog and Magog which interpreted is supposed to be the current nations Germany and Russia which are to attack Israel and be destroyed by God. This is wrong. This is a huge mistake of biblical exegesis and it has to be repudiated immediately. Get my book on the subject which was required by God for me to write. Lies, all Lies by Gerry Fox. The demonization of these two nations is wrong and dangerous and it has to stop!!! see here…

    Another grave error is the vision of the valley of dry bones coming to life a great army? Given what occurred with Christs resurrection and prophecies concerning His return with tens of thousands of His saints to exact revenge how could any presume it would have anything to do with anything but exactly that.This is not talking about the rebirth of a nation. Rather it is talking about a literal event:

    And Enoch also, the seventh from Adam, prophesied of these, saying, Behold, the Lord cometh with ten thousands of his saints, Jude 14

    and Job:

    For I know that my redeemer liveth, and that he shall stand at the latter day upon the earth:
    And though after my skin worms destroy this body, yet in my flesh shall I see God:
    Whom I shall see for myself, and mine eyes shall behold, and not another; though my reins be consumed within me. 19:26

    Lastly, climate change is the work of God and how the Christian Church could have missed the teachings on it from Holy writ and actually fall for the worlds explanation is so mind-boggling unbelievable and am dumbfounded that God required me to write a book on the subject entitled Climate Change the Work of God. I imagine the absurdity of it coming from such an unknown as me isn’t lost to anyone. I’m especially perturbed by the Creationists for having been totally and completely oblivious to it? More so though is a 700 million dollar ark encounter in Tennessee? Really, Yeah, i guess that’s what we needed another theme park?

    As for the Germanic Giles Corey why no mention of Count Ludwig Von Zinzendorf and the Great Moravian Revival of 1727? A revival that inspired John Wesley! This little book I have before me Power From On High 1928 should be in the hands of every minister of God and surely republished. So full of inspiration. Wow, what a history!

    here a hymn from the man translated by John Wesley:

    I thirst, Thou wounded Lamb of God,
    To wash me in Thy cleansing blood;
    To dwell within Thy wounds; then pain
    Is sweet; and life or death is gain

    What are our works but sin and death
    Till thou Thy quickening Spirit breathe
    Thou bidst each good within us move.
    O wondrous grace! O boundless love!

    How blest are they who still abide
    Close sheltered in Thy bleeding side!
    Who life and strength from thence derive,
    And by Thee move, and in Thee live!

    Take my poor heart and let it be
    Forever closed to all but Thee!
    Seal Thou my breast and let me bear
    That pledge of love forever there.

  8. smaragdus
    smaragdus says:

    Many thanks to Giles Corey & Kevin Macdonald for making this banned book available in digital form for the truth-seekers! I got it and added it to my reading links. Truth will prevail.

  9. Jeremy Peterson
    Jeremy Peterson says:

    Does anyone know where I can still purchase this amazing book? I’m interested in a physical copy. Thanks.

  10. Nolan Jakob
    Nolan Jakob says:

    Thank you Professor Macdonald and Professor Corey! But please, Professor Macdonald, could you make your personal website for HTTPS only mode to protect both your security and visitors? Thank you.

    • Zeus
      Zeus says:

      It is clear that C.T. gets off on counter-signalling White nationalism through excessive critique of Christianity (I myself am no Christian although I acknowledge both the positive and negative effects it has had on the European psyche)

      He has yet to explain why the pre-Christian Aryans who entered Asia were mostly mixed out of existence while the Christians of North America, and those in the Southern USA in particular, managed to preserve their blood despite substantial African presence in their lands.

      He removes these questions as it would put a big dent in his anti-Christian counter-signalling and reveal him to be merely a Hispanic concern troll.

    • milan
      milan says:

      @ C.T. and Zeus

      Read it, interesting.

      Funny thing did you know that neither Adam nor Eve had a belly button? Further knowing and understanding this is this partly the reason as to why Jesus said in reply:

      While Jesus was still talking to the crowd, his mother and brothers stood outside, wanting to speak to him. 47 Someone told him, “Your mother and brothers are standing outside, wanting to speak to you.”

      He replied to him, “Who is my mother, and who are my brothers?” 49 Pointing to his disciples, he said, “Here are my mother and my brothers. 50 For whoever does the will of my Father in heaven is my brother and sister and mother.”
      Mathew 12:46-50

      Jesus the God man and Messiah is related to every singly human being. He shares the same DNA genetic code as you and I? Imagine that?

      • kerdasi amaq
        kerdasi amaq says:

        C. T. Is a Christian-hating Nietzschean who wants to weaponise White Nationalism against his bete noir, Christianity.

        • kerdasi amaq
          kerdasi amaq says:

          Part of the problem is the inability to define Christianity. For instance, should the Roman Catholic Church be considered to be a Christian institution?

          Should any purportedly organised Christian institution be considered Christian if it’s authorised personnel do and say manifestly unChristian things?

          Finally, the only real argument that C. T. makes against Christianity is the appeal to anti-semitism. I, C.T., say you can’t be Christians anymore because I say Jesus was a Jew.

  11. Crush Limbraw
    Crush Limbraw says:

    I had a vague recollection of this book, so I did a word search in my Limbraw Library – The Sword of Christ Giles Corey – – found a couple of items.
    As a related topic, I searched Days of Vengeance David Chilton – – both of these links provide more insights eschatologically and epistemologically. Some of these are available on free download.
    BTW – I just completed my second study of Chilton’s DoV – it is by far the best I have ever seen… can prove it yourself. His Paradise Restored is a nice intro before you tackle DoV.
    FYI only – I gave no financial connection here – only for the search for truth.

  12. Zeus
    Zeus says:

    A small reminder to the unsuspecting TOO readership that C.T. is a non-White from Mexico who very much hates White people, but creatively uses the language of our side to wage a radical critique of Europeans, mostly pertaining to Christianity.

    He blocks and removes any critical comments on his blog.

    • C.T.
      C.T. says:

      I am not ignorant of these issues. On the contrary: I talk about all of it in the books I have edited, which include quotes from Who We Are by William Pierce. If you don’t want to read what a “Hispanic” publishes, at least read that Pierce book.

    • C.T.
      C.T. says:

      Above I was responding to Zeus’ earlier comment: who now smears me by saying I hate… white people!!

      Regarding who I am (photos, books etc.), see the Metapedia article about me.

      • Zeus
        Zeus says:

        Yes, you do hate White people, despite your clever crypsis which may fool the unsuspecting observer into thinking you are just another run of the mill Pagan type.

        C.T. goes beyond the Varg type of rhetoric and says White people deserve extinction for adopting Christianity!

        Another indicator of his hatred for White people is demonstrated by his mask-off tilt towards the Third Worldist position in the current Russo-Ukrainian war.

        He has claimed that Ukrainians are not White (he calls them “mudbloods”) and so deserve to be bombed and killed en masse by Russians (who although are not the Asiatic horde as depicted by some pro-Ukrainians) are still disproportionately composed of non-Europeans like Chechens and Buryats.

        All this is funny as he pretends to lament the mass rapes of German women at the hands of the same group in 1945, but now supports the same when it comes to Ukrainains!

        • C.T.
          C.T. says:

          “C.T. goes beyond the Varg type of rhetoric and says White people deserve extinction for adopting Christianity!”

          Another slander…

          I have never said such a thing, as can be seen in my books, which summarize my POV (those who don’t want to read them, should at least read an article of mine that portrays my worldview: ‘The Iron Throne’).

          Regarding Ukraine, as can be seen on my site, I am very close to the position of Nick Fuentes and Andrew Anglin. On the other hand, Ukrainians are mudbloods (see The Fair Race’s appendix).

          • Occidentan
            Occidentan says:

            Explain why the pre-Christian Aryans who entered Asia were mostly mixed out of existence while the Christians of North America, and those in the Southern USA in particular, managed to preserve their blood despite substantial African presence in their lands.

          • Zeus
            Zeus says:

            The overwhelming majority of Ukrainians are White, the exceptions being some Tatars who were mostly deported by Stalin anyway.

            An interesting tactic of non-Whites is to become parodies of Varg, that is to say, satirical Nordicists when it comes to the issue of White identity. Of course it is not hard to guess why non-Whites would want to shatter orthodox ideas of Whiteness.

            Nick Fuentes and Andrew Anglin have fully adopted the Third Worldist position, their only argument against Ukraine is that it has gay parades or something like that, even though these parades are often broken up by Nationalists.

            While we are on this topic, the obsession that Russophiles have with LGBT was nurtured by the Kremlin as a way to destroy true Nationalist movements in Russia which opposed Central Asian and Caucasian immigrants, the idea was to replace race-based politics with a civic Russian identity, through Dugins Eurasian Youth Movement (although not relevant now, Dugin was once fairly influential), Dugin has in the past said that he thinks Africans can become Russians if they adopt traditional Russian values.

            Basically, the position of cretins like Anglin and Fuentes is that Nationalists should support the destruction of a homogenous White nation by a multi-ethnic superpower with the world’s highest abortion rate because the former has some degenerates who hold gay parades*

            *By the way, Russia has the highest HIV/AIDS rates in Europe, I shudder to think what it would be if homosexuality wasn’t suppressed.

    • Tapeta
      Tapeta says:

      C.T.’s censorious approach to radical dissent on his blog and his hostility towards Christianity would seem to be in keeping with his authoritarian neo-Nazi ideology, yet instead of taking him at face value you would rather attempt to psychoanalyse him in a manner similarly to how Jews are psychoanalysed on this site, and conclude that he is not to be trusted on the grounds of his apparent non-whiteness and hostility towards the predominant religion of whites. The irony is that whether or not you are correct in your suspicion, it’s hard to see how you fundamentally disagree with his stated convictions regarding race.

      • C.T.
        C.T. says:

        instead of taking him at face value, you would rather attempt to psychoanalyse him

        The old trick of (((Freud))) and his disciples: when you cannot refute the opponent, it’s better to psychoanalyze him.

        By the way, if I have censored many comments of my blog, it’s because I was invaded by some trolls. One of them went so far as using my full name to post spurious comments, under my name, on Occidental Dissent! That’s the level of hatred we have received.

        After that avalanche of comments from trolls, I decided that only some commenters would continue commenting.

        • Occidentan
          Occidentan says:

          Third time: Explain why the pre-Christian Aryans who entered Asia were mostly mixed out of existence while the Christians of North America, and those in the Southern USA in particular, managed to preserve their blood despite substantial African presence in their lands.

          • C.T.
            C.T. says:

            You obviously haven’t read William Pierce’s Who We Are which I linked to in this thread.

            The original Aryans of India lasted longer without mixing than you, who only have a little more than a couple of centuries since the founding of your country.

            There is no point in going into detail unless you read what a non-Christian American, Pierce, wrote in his story of the white race.

  13. Lucius Vanini
    Lucius Vanini says:

    SURPRISE! I don’t like as much I could bear to read. I can’t remember when I’ve read anything so consistently misleading, unless it was the last time I looked at the New Testament.

    I did read all of the preface—and that was valuable, because I think it’s made me better understand this site. No longer am I mystified by, for instance, my having been blocked from replying to three adversarial replies to my comment near the bottom of the comments section under “My Journey to the Jewish Question,” the TOO article published 4/20/22. Yes, the adversaries concerned presumably don’t know it; but I did try to reply to all of them; and I account what I wrote as quite insightful and as potentially posing problems in terms of their replying advantageously to them.

    Not that I suggest that the censorship was KMac’s decision. But in any case it took three adversaries and a bit of Orwell to create the suggestion that a realist on the Christian Question (CQ) had been floored.

    Now, the key message of Corey’s book seems the same as that which others have imparted here more briefly in comments. And what’s that? That it was Judeo-Christianity which protected Europe and enabled European greatness, and that the abandonment of the faith is what’s afflicted EuroCiv of late, causing its calamitous decline. This stands truth on its head. What made EuroCiv great in the first place, what fortified it and brought it back to greatness, were tendencies diametrically opposite to Judeo-Christian rectitude as defined by the creed’s putative founder and his disciples. Europe’s power and greatness reached its zenith—it came to enjoy an historically unprecedented Global Hegemony, with several multicontinental empires—precisely because Europeans did NOT imitate Christ, nor serve him instead of Mars, Mammon and Prometheus.

    What exactly is the value of a creed to which we must be untrue in order to be strong and great?

    I would enjoy, and it would be my honor, to flesh out this thesis—if I’m permitted to.

  14. Peter
    Peter says:

    @ Giles Corey

    Your book mentions nothing about Freemasonry which the book of Jude sums up perfectly especially with this one sentence:

    “These people are grumblers and FAULTFINDERS; they follow their own evil desires; they boast about themselves and flatter others for their own advantage. vs. 16

    Did you know that when Robert Schuller arrived in California he looked up this organization to help him financially and his best friend vincent peale 33 degree mason helped him with his hour of power with the nonsense of positive thinking? Freemasonry worships a god named jahbulon? and here’s a question for another book, how powerful can a boys club of BRITISH origin be to do what is found here sir?

  15. Gerry
    Gerry says:

    @ Giles Corey and Captainchaos

    Something strange is going on with massive bird and fish deaths yes?

    I was given the answer some years ago and it occurred this way.

    God … open your bible to Hosea 4 and read until I tell you to stop.

    Me … stop verse 14

    God … Do you understand?

    Me … yes

    God … I want you to replace the word Israelite’s in verse 1 with every country I send you to and give them this word from Me.

    Me … yikes

    Read verse 3 for an understanding of what Israel and others succumbed to in the 6th Century BC. and what we are now apparently going to face as well.

  16. BEIR BUA
    BEIR BUA says:

    Superb analysis of Western Christendom- surely the only hope for a revival at this point is to heal the Great Schism with the Eastern Orthodox tradition?
    If you could do a similar analysis of the state of this Communion it would be very valuable- and perhaps more optimistic?
    The Irish Catholic Church had long been an arm of the people but is now a pale and politically correct ghost of its former self due to Fraudstate contamination

  17. Englsih Common Law
    Englsih Common Law says:

    the English Common Law or Abrahamic global messianic despotism?

    Christianity neither is or ever was a part of the common law. ~ Thomas Jefferson

    In a 1814 letter to Dr. Thomas Cooper, Thomas Jefferson explains through an anthropological history of England that Christianity wasn’t introduced into England until the seventh century, by which time the common law had been in existence there for at least two hundred years.

  18. Gerry
    Gerry says:

    @ Giles Corey

    Since you are a Christian consider long and hard what I posted here

    and here

    but especially this sir in reply to Ted:

    Writing history?

    I was always suspicious that the US model was killed in the years following the War of Independence. I mean these are very strange words by General George Cornwallis:

    “Your churches will be used to teach the Jews religion and in less than two hundred years, the whole nation will be working for Divine World Government. That government that they believe to be divine will be the British Empire. All religions will be permeated with Judaism without even being noticed by the masses, and they will all be under the invisible all-seeing eye of the Grand Architect of Freemasonry.” General George Cornwallis 1781

    What did he know? But yeah, I can see fully that it took finally the Civil War to seal it for good. And why? Simple. Christianity was strong in New England due to the great revivals of religion. Further if one studies leaders of those revivals like Finney and Mahan and others who were used mightily by God they must have been quite a thorn in the side of the bankers. Finney and Mahan were especially fierce in their condemnation of Freemasonry. Isn’t that interesting? There was even an anti-freemaosnry movement which pushed this secret brotherhood further into the dark. The Synagogue must have been severely alarmed by all of this and along came who to save them? Scofield!? This I find terribly troubling because this man took the place of Finney as the hero of the Church in America? Wow, talk about a failure and a severe failure in American Christianity. Why? Because Finney was used by God in some truly miraculous ways:

    “During the summer of 1853 Oberlin was struck with a severe drought. The hay fields were dried up so there was no feed for the cattle. The cattle soon must die and the harvest fail unless rain comes. Crops had withered, wells dried up, and the parched earth became powdery.
    On Sunday morning the church was filled. Not a cloud was in sight and no one expected a drop of water to fall from the skies that day. The situation was desperate. Finney arose from his chair walked to the pulpit and lifted his voice in prayer.
    “O Lord! Send us rain. We pray for rain. Our harvests perish. There is not a drop for the thirsting birds. The ground is parched. The choking cattle lift their voices toward a brassy heaven and lowing, cry ‘Lord give us water… We do not presume to dictate to Thee what is best for us, yet Thou dost invite us to come to Thee as children to a father and tell Thee all our wants. We want rain! Even the squirrels in the woods are suffering for want of it. Unless Thou givest us rain our cattle must die… O Lord, send us rain! and send it now! For Jesus sake!’ Amen.”
    “In the preacher’s voice,” reports the California minister, “was the plaintiveness of a creature’s cry. I do not know whether any pencil caught more of this wonderful prayer, but all who heard it had to tell of its bold importunity. It had the pathos and power of an Isaiah.”
    Then the pastor-revivalist poured out his soul in a searching sermon, “hewing close to the line,” from the text, “I have somewhat against thee because thou hast left thy first love.”
    “Not many minutes did the sermon go on before a cloud about the size of a man’s hand came athwart the summer sky,” says the California preacher. “It grew fast. The wind rattled the shutters of the old church. Darkness came on the air, joy aroused our anxious hearts as great raindrops pattered on the sun-scorched shingles of the monumental old church. Finney’s lithe figure, tall as a Sioux warrior, ruddy as a David, trembled. His clarion voice choked. God had heard his cry. The sermon was never finished, for torrents of water poured from the prayer-unlocked heavens. The preacher bowed over the pulpit and said, Let us thank the Lord for the rain.”
    He gave out the hymn, When all they mercies, O my God my rising soul surveys, Transported with the view, I’m lost in wonder, love and praise.
    The congregation could not sing for weeping. Then Finney lifted heavenward a prayer of thanksgiving and praise. “I can remember not a word of the closing prayer, but the reverent and relaxed figure, the pathetic voice, the pallid and awe-struck countenance, are vivid as if it was yesterday; the plank sidewalks of the dear old town splashed our garments as we walked home from a short service, of which life’s memory must be lasting.” This is the testimony of the student who sat in the gallery and saw and heard Finney that morning.

    Asa Mahan also had similar encounters of a climatological nature with God and so did John Wesley.

    How can these men be replaced with a guy like Scofield? One answer! And surely I need not spell it out who yes?

    But what finally did it to Christianity and the US ultimately? War that pitted Christians against each other.

    Christians murdering Christians!!!

    Yes, Ted the devil distorts everything and we Christians learn nothing! True are the words:

    “My people are destroyed for a lack of knowledge.”

    Writing History —- Indeed, and I wrote the book on the subject of Finney’s experience and the truth that climate change is indeed the work of God!!!

    Will you understand Giles Corey?

  19. Al Ross
    Al Ross says:

    Common Law Why ?

    Well, because throughout the realm of England , regional barons applied their own laws .

    English Common Law applied a uniformity of Law.

    Just Like America’s Mexican Border Scofflaw Immigration Law.

  20. Chris L Gaylord
    Chris L Gaylord says:

    How fat are you? You know GMOs is not only Jewish industrial waste but it also makes you go insane? I mean insane enough to think that an eternity with a demon-possessed angry God in a Heaven full of demons would be a good thing. Love or hate the Jews, but boy did they ever pull the wool over your eyes. I mean the parable of the Shepard says it all. Christian spend their entire lives scared of the Wolf (Hell) only to be eaten by the Shepard. It has been well established that the Christian God & his son & their entire family are cannibalistic Reptilians. I mean the Jews know that, that is why they worship the Goddess. That is why they like to be buried without a casket so their DNA will return to the earth so they can re-incarnate quickly. Even Jesus told you that. Long hair on a man is in symbolic respect of the creator goddess, if she meant for men to have long hair she would have given us long hair. That is also why our public schools of Jewish brainwashing never touches on symbology for the Bible is written at a time when symbology was common & the writers & readers understood that. Unlike today where the Christians are seem to have gotten not only fat from GMOs but have become insane from the Jewish poison eaten in that food. I mean the only fat Jews you see are Christain Jews. This has been a Communist nation since the founding of our Jewish Federal Reserve & only fools would think that our vote matters.

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