Before Hurricane Michael, we lived about five miles from the post office in Youngstown, FL, which was very convenient, and nearly all of our orders were shipped within a couple of days. Now, as we were forced to move after the hurricane, we live in a very remote area and it is a long drive to any post office. Lately, we have been having USPS pick up packages here periodically, but even that is time-consuming, as we do not get a sufficient number of orders to interface our software directly with the USPS system. The USPS wants at least 50 packages for each scheduled pickup before we can automate pickups with them, and it is very unlikely that we will ever be able to satisfy that requirement.  So it may sometimes take up to several weeks to ship an order, depending on how many paid orders we have. We apologize for this situation, but it is beyond our control.

Questions and issues may be resolved by writing William Finck. See the Contact page at for options. 

The following concerns our book sales, which we now take full responsibility for here at Christogenea:

Caveat Emptor

We have no return policy. We expect anyone who purchases our books to be familiar with our work before doing so. If you are not, please go to where all of our writings are freely available. Then if you so desire, you may make a more prudent decision as to whether or not you should purchase our books. In special cases, we may accept returns, and offer refunds for whatever we feel we are able to restock, but we will not refund any shipping costs.

U.S. Shipping

Our shipping costs are higher than a large company with a commercial contract that ships thousands of books each day. Not even large companies can compete with Amazon. However compared to some companies, our rates are actually inexpensive because we do not tack on shipping charges.

International Shipping

Shipping costs are incredibly high for overseas shipments. We are still adjusting shipping costs, especially where we are still waiting to determine how many books will fit into various size cartons and envelopes, so if anyone wants to place an order for more than a few books you may want to contact us first.

A Priority Mail envelope can hold up to three of our Christogenea New Testaments, and costs just over $40 to ship to anywhere in Europe, whether it contains one book or three. The amount may be slightly different, but the same situation exists for shipping elsewhere outside of the United States. If at least three books at a time are ordered, it will still cost about $11 per book to ship to Europe. That is almost as much as the book itself, but it is significantly lower per book than ordering a single book.

Our International Shipping Policies

We are only configured to offer standard USPS Priority Mail shipping to traditionally White Christian nations. If you reside in a country which is not configured, the shipping cost is the same, but you may want to contact us to allow the shipment to your country, and at our discretion we will make an adjustment for you.

Concerning other items which had formerly been available at Christogenea:


Just recently, we have been able to make a limited number of t-shirt designs available at Printify. If this is successful, we shall expand our offerings:


Christogenea CDs have been discontinued, as Paypal has forced to cancel our accounts. We may not offer CDs again, as the work involved in finding another vendor and configuring all of our titles is too great for the number of prospective sales. CDs are rapidly becoming obsolete in favor of memory card technology such as USB memory sticks and SD cards. Many new laptops no longer have CD players.  We are considering distribution of collections of Christogenea content on USB memory sticks. 

The Saxon Messenger magazine

The people at Magcloud decided some time in 2021 to cancel our entire account and make it disappear, without even having notified us. This was only a few months after having received our final quarterly royalty payment, which was about $50. Since our editor, who had done the layouts, had also decided that participation in the project was too risky for someone living in certain places in Europe, something with which we must sympathize, we reluctantly decided to drop the project. Back issues of the PDF collection will remain available at Christogenea at the Saxon Messenger website