Monday, July 26, 2010
Kinist Logic Primers: Exposing the Absurdities of Kinism
by Adam Brink, Daniel F. N. Ritchie, and Steve C. Halbrook
Lesson # 1:
Using the word "marxism" doesn't mean you've won a debate. I know you feel smarter each time you say it, but the fact remains that accusations do not constitute proofs.
Lesson # 2:
A physical difference does not constitute an unequal yoke in the context of marriage. How could it? Men and women are physically different, does that mean that men and women should not be married? If Kinists were consistent they would put away their wives and marry other white farmers. Kinists are not consistent, hence they remain unequally yoked with women.
God didn't make racially distinct sets of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden: Adam and Eve A, Adam and Eve B, and Adam and Eve C. God made one Adam and one Eve. When defending the sanctity of marriage, the Bible appeals to creation (Matt. 19:6; 1 Cor. 11:8, 9; Eph. 5:31), not to the scattering of the people at Babel.
The Bible says the following in regards to the Tower of Babel:
“And the LORD said, ‘Behold, they are one people, and they have all one language, and this is only the beginning of what they will do. And nothing that they propose to do will now be impossible for them. Come, let us go down and there confuse their language, so that they may not understand one another’s speech." (Gen. 11:6, 7)
It DOES NOT say:
“Behold, they are one people, and they are racially integrated, and this is only the beginning of what they will do. And nothing that they propose to do about racially mixing will now be impossible for them. Come, let us go down and there segregate their races, so that they may by permanently racially segregated.”
People who marry someone from another race are not promoting the genocide of their own race. If a white man marries a black women, white men will not disappear of the face of the earth.
R. J. Rushdoony was not a prophet of Kinism. Kinism is against immigration and miscegenation. Dr Rushdoony was a miscegenated immigrant. Ergo, Dr Rushdoony was not a Kinist. If Kinism were to be adopted, Dr Rushdoony would have to have been deported to Armenia after having put away his American wife.
Denying Kinism does not imply a hatred for one's own people. Having a love for one's own people does not mean that it is wrong to marry outside your own people. Moses loved his own people, and was prepared to be blotted out of God's book in their place (Ex. 32:32). Yet the very same Moses married a Cushite, i.e. someone who was not from among his own people (Num. 12).
Race and culture are not the same thing. Not being a kinist doesn't make you a multiculturalist.
Lesson #9:The fact that Barak Obama supports miscegenation does not make it wrong. Such guilt-by-association arguments are always fallacious. You may as well say that because Josef Stalin was anti-abortion it is wrong to be anti-abortion.
This post is a work in progress