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One Aryan nation under God : exposing the new racial extremists
Walters, Jerome, 1964-
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Cleveland, Ohio : Pilgrim Press, 2000.
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x, 148 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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What do racial extremists believe about God, religion, and their own place in the world? How should the Christian church respond to these beliefs? Drawing on his own experiences as a minister in an area of Montana where extremist groups are active, Jerome Walters provides an in-depth look at such groups in the United States -- and at the theological ideas undergirding their beliefs. He reveals that many of these groups have at their core the belief that Adam and Eve gave birth to the white race while nonwhite races were the progeny of Eve and the serpent. From this belief emanate all the controversial issues that attract media coverage. Unlike other exposes, however, One Nation Under God goes beyond simply explaining the beliefs of these groups. It provides an antidote by giving practical steps Christians can take to counter the overt and covert acts of racial extremists.

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Jerome Walters is a pastor in Washington State

Table of Contents

Prefacep. ix
1. Welcome to Roundup, Montanap. 1
2. God and the Creation of Racismp. 11
3. Great Nations for Whites Onlyp. 22
4. The Persecution Complex of Whinersp. 34
5. From "Jewish Lies" to The Turner Diariesp. 46
6. Using Political Issues as a Coverp. 62
7. Worldwide Hate for Hundreds of Yearsp. 78
8. Opposing the New Racial Extremistsp. 94
Notesp. 117
Indexp. 144