Re: Chechar On Martin Luther 2

Chechar writes:

“That is not the issue. The issue is whether or not the ‘Christian Question’ exists: if Christianity inverted healthy Greco-Roman values in order that Whites would be conquered by the Semites. (Even in my latest piece of translation of Deschner’s books, the Wednesday post in this site, the CQ is apparent for anyone who does not use a Molyneux-like trick.)”

You specifically asked for my Lutheran perspective.

I demonstrated that Martin Luther had no problem reconciling Christianity with his opposition to the Jews. I should have added that Luther was opposed to “healthy Greco-Roman values” like homosexuality, celibacy and debauchery. He demonstrated this in his personal life by getting married and having children. Luther was a strong supporter of the family and the example he set defined Protestantism for centuries.

Luther was also a man who demonstrated incredible honesty, courage and integrity. He would not back down and recant what he believed. It is worth reflecting on the example he set in light of our current tormenters in the media who demand that we submit to their stupid orthodoxy of political correctness.

Source: Occidental Dissent

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