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Christianity is a monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ as presented in the New Testament.


"Guilt culture", theological disputes, and religious splits

Christianity has been marked by numerous theological disputes and religious splits into many different denominations. This may possibly be related to an European "guilt culture" (see the article on Pathological altruism) where Europeans experience unusually high feelings of guilt if not thinking in a morally correct way.

The Catholic church as an argued anti-Jewish group strategy

Kevin MacDonald has argued that the Catholic church in part arouse as an anti-Jewish movement due to resource competition between Jews and non-Jews and in response to the Jewish group evolutionary strategy.[1][2]


  • K. D.: Christianity’s Criminal History. Daybreak, 2018, ISBN 9780359124565. The first three volumes of the magnum opus of the German author Karlheinz Deschner: Kriminalgeschichte des Christentums, translated from Spanish, abridged and slightly edited by César Tort, book presentation
  • Revilo P. Oliver:
    • Christianity and the survival of the West, Howard Allen, 1973
    • The Origins of Christianity, Historical Review Press, 1994 (posthum)
    • Reflections on the Christ Myth, Historical Review Press, 1994 (posthum)
  • Marcus Eli Ravage:
    • Commissary to the Gentiles, The Century Magazine, New York 1928
    • A Real Case Against the Jews, Century Magazine, New York 1928

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