Establish a New Christian Nation! Join "Christian Exodus" Today!

What do you do if you are fed up with our country, our culture, and corruption? Move to South Carolina of course!
ChristianExodus.org was founded in November of 2003 in response to the moral degeneration of American culture, and the rampant corruption among the powers that be. The initial goal was to move thousands of Christian constitutionalists to South Carolina to accelerate the return to self-government based upon Christian principles at the local and State level.
Why? Ultimately to form a Christian nation that will survive the apocalypse of judgment speeding down the road to the American Empire.
This project continues to this day, with the ultimate goal of forming an independent Christian nation that will survive after the decline and fall of the financially and morally bankrupt American empire.
What would you find when you got there? How is that working for you?
We have learned, however; that the chains of our slavery and dependence upon godless government have more of a hold on us than can be broken by simply moving to another State.
So, if starting a rebellion in South Carolina isn’t going to work, what will you do next?
As many like-minded Christian activists pursue independent Christian living without relocating, the scope has expanded to promote "personal secession" though many and various tracks, wherever they can be implemented.
Being in the world, but not of the world has really got taken to a whole, new level!
The long process of disentanglement from idolatrous dependencies includes such practices of moving towards a home-centered economy, with intentional community, home-schooling, home-gardening, house churches, health-cost sharing, private exchange, unlicensed ministry, and any other way in which we might live free and godly lives in Christ Jesus, without prostrating ourselves to eat from the hand of the imperial magistrate.
I was just saying last night to my wife that our pot roast tasted like it had been man-handled by a magistrate. I hate that.

Well, if you are looking to go camping with some masterful scripture twisting, fear-based, self-righteous, anti-establishment zealots, Christian Exodus might be the cruise to freedom for you. Just don’t look too closely for Jesus on that ship cause he’s all about moving to corrupt lands with religious toxicity, overrun by imperialist overlords. He didn’t seem bothered by it too much at all; instead he established his kingdom right in the middle of it.

5 comments:

Rocco said...

"Just don’t look too closely for Jesus on that ship cause he’s all about moving to corrupt lands with religious toxicity, overrun by imperialist overlords. He didn’t seem bothered by it too much at all; instead he established his kingdom right in the middle of it."

That's Classic!! Love it.

Jason Coker said...

Intentional community? Home gardening? Unlicensed ministry and private exchange? Are you sure this isn't Shane Claiborne's group?

It's funny how extreme right-leaning and extreme left-leaning Christians are pragmatically meeting at the other side of the circle.

Chad Estes said...

Jason, that is a brilliant point!

I do think I see more good fruit coming out of one side of those equations. This is worth some additional discussion!

Mike Freeman said...

Great post, good comments...found myself also going to both ends of the spectrum as I read the description of this alternative community...and to Qumran. (Do they have any dry caves in South Carolina? They may end up needing them.)

Anonymous said...

Hey maybe they'll have Benny Hinn living there too. They can make him minister of health so they won't need hospitals.

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