The Chapel teaches that there were two distinct creations of man. The 6th day creation, or the “ethnos” and the 8th day “Adam” of who Christ and the Hebrews were to come…
One thing we really need to grasp is that this interpretation of the bible IS inherently racist. It came from racist origins and leads to racist conclusions. Not coincidentally, this notion of a 6th and 8th day creation can be found in the Kabbalah and in the writings of Helena Blavatsky, famed theosophist…
We will find other curious similarities between Babylonian Kabalistic mystery religion and what the Chapel teaches but that is a different discussion for a different day…
Teachings like the one we’re going to address are a significant contributor to the Christian Identity movement. Christian Identity falls under the umbrella of Christian Dominionism. It is beast religion and satanic to the bone.
Murray’s “Eth Ha Adam” teaching is a perfect example of how theology is used to support a political end – and this is merely one example. Murray habitually distorts the scripture in a way that is elitist and bigoted. That is why certain hateful types gravitate towards Murray like moths to a flame.
We’ll find this particular doctrine expounded in his Genesis series. There’s so many lies in that one set of tapes – it baffles the mind. According to this position God created mankind in general on the 6th day, the indigenous races. Then on the 8th day God created Adam, where fairer skinned folk come in. This is British Israelism 101.
Pandora’s Box opens up from here… how did the races survive the flood? Was the flood global or local? These are themes that Murray addresses over and over. Secretly Murray taught a local flood but to risk alienating people he also taught that Noah took the different races on the ark.
God says take two of each flesh, he reasons that the Kenites and other races were included in this commandment.
But what does the bible teach? Does it teach that the races were created on the 6th day and that on the 8th day God created the fairer skinned people?
How did Paul the Apostle understand this issue? Did he believe in two separate creations of man like Murray teaches?
“And hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation;” – Acts 17:26
The answer is no. He believed that all men descended from Adam and Eve.
“And Adam called his wife’s name Eve; because she was the mother of all living.” – Genesis 3:20
So who are you going to believe? Murray twisted and distorted the whole of scripture to fit his man-made system of religion. If you are one his student’s and you claim to have a love of the truth then it’s time for you to begin to radically question and reject almost everything this man has taught… your soul depends on it.