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The Church of Jesus Christ-Christian (CJCC) is a White nationalist church, which was founded in 1946 by Ku Klux Klan organiser Wesley A. Swift. Swift was the son of a Methodist Episcopal Church, South minister and is considered to be the single most significant figure in the early years of the Christian Identity movement in the United States.

The church was originally known as the White Identity Church of Jesus Christ–Christian, assuming its present name in 1957. After Wesley Swift's death in 1970, the ministry was continued by his wife Lorraine Swift.
Among the Church of Jesus Christ-Christian's teachings is that non-Whites have no incentive to self-regulate their earthly behavior.
by Blue Winged Spirit June 17, 2007
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