The Red Pill Cult; a major component of the anti-Christian and anti-Conservative 'Alt-Right' has finally taken the plunge and become a full-fledged Cult. The impetus behind this recent move was fairly obviously connected to the decision of the Southern Baptist Convention---America's largest Christian denomination---to denounce the hatred and false theology of the Red Pills earlier this week.
Vox Day, one of the ringleaders of the Red Pill Cult announced shortly after the SBC decision that the Red Pills "are at war" with the traditional church. He's actually simply stating what has been his policy all along: to tear down Christianity and rebuild it in his own image. And his own image is much closer to Beelzebub than to Christ.
Roosh Valizdeh of the Red Pill Return of Kings blog now has unveiled Alt-Christianity. The idea was floated by one of Roosh's disciples around the time the SBC resolution introduced---complete with '21 Theses' to make it sound quite spiritual and impressive. Just as the Alt-Right has its roots in Pick-up Artistry and Game, so does Alt-Christianity. Point 3 in their blasphemous code stresses "biological and psychological facts about human nature"; Point 7 refers to "Red Pill knowledge" as a foundational Christian concept; and Point 20 states that "Christ is not followed because He allowed Himself to die; but because He was the ultimate Alpha male who conquered death."
"Alt-Christianity values personal strength, intellectual boldness, masculinity, and the Christ who overturned tables." states the thesis. Such things sound good on the surface, but real Christianity values Faith, the Love of God, and the complete character of Christ. Point 18 of their creed, however, notes that, while Christianity is 'true', Alt-Christianity "sees truth and value in other religions."
Alt-Christianity is essentially a political religion, because their entire focus is about promoting White Supremacy (several points in their creed stress segregation and other identitarian concepts). There is nothing in this doctrine even remotely similar to the Apostles' Creed, or the Creed of Athanasius, or the Nicene Creed, or any of the others we recite in actual churches. The most obvious difference is its utter lack of eternal, spiritual truths and its exclusive focus on contemporary Western sociopolitical movements.
If anyone is interested, they can find the text here. This is the type of thing that the Baptists have kept out of their movement. Hopefully, other denominations will follow their example.