(Slave Freedom Movement)

Friday, October 28, 2005

As I look over the Irwin Schiff and Dick Simkanin status, I am compelled to remind our people that God does open one door to violence in His name. Judges 3 contains a story of a man raised up to kill a king for all God's reasons and by His command.

A group of ministerial students in Germany discussed and got close with a pistol on one occasion to killing Hitler based on the Judges 3 theology. I'm not telling you to use violence, but I can't in conscience tell you not to use all Biblical options in the matter of your freedom from slavery and the mark of the beast.


I am preparing for a meeting Sunday about the future of the church. We have invited several respected pastors to attend.

The visit to Miami to deal with Fidel Castro is in place for Christmas eve.

I will be attempting to gain a pass port in coming weeks to see about getting to Africa to purchase Christians out of slavery this coming May, bring them to the U.S., educate them and let them return home to free their people, if possible.

We have several options if the class action fails to get off the ground, but they all end with me dead. God, you must come through. Free our people, Lord, in Jesus' name. Gene.

October 28, 2005

Update On Slave Freedom/ Mark of The Beast Class Action Law Suit

1) I have a letter from Pat Robertson's camp indicating what I refer to as a "be thou warmed and filled" letter concerning my invitation to join the suit. Lots of blessings for our work but no muscle behind it.

2) Christian Abolitionist Leader Richard Simkanin writes from Federal Prison in Texarkana, Texas, where he is being held for attempting to free slaves in Texas and refusal to be an "enslaver" (see: He is so frustrated with the justice system that he sees no solutions to be found it a law suit, based on his experiences.

3) The IRS is attempting to close our church in South Carolina for our theological focus on slave freedom (the "gospel of liberty to the captives") and the mark of the beast.

Gene Chapman

Thursday, October 27, 2005

Tuesday, October 25, 2005


Oct. 25, 2005


Dr. Robert Clarkson, Senior Pastor of the Church of The Holy Word says that the IRS has presented to a local court that the church is viewed as a "tax protest church." Clarkson stastes, "It makes it difficult to operate a church with IRS harrassment. They're gonna push us Christians into the woods to worship God before you know it."

Assistant Pastor, Gene Chapman has been studying tax policy with Greek scholars from leading Christian institutions for some time and is working of a class action law suit, found on It is believed there is a relationship with the law suit and the IRS attacks on the church.

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