I've just been listening to a podcast from the Tribal Theocrat blog, posted last December.
Christian Gray discusses Kinism and WNism. The podcast is excellent in clarifying what the terms mean, Kinism in the context of Christianity generally, and the differences (and similarities) between nationalism and Kinism. It's a good introduction for those who are not clear on what the terms mean.
I agree very much that Kinism in its most basic form is the 'faith of our fathers.' It's how our forefathers thought and lived, unless they were members of some ultra-liberal, universalist church, which most of our fathers were not. It should be obvious, in my opinion, that 'Christianity' as it is presented in most of today's Churches, has little in common with the faith of our ancestors, up until the late 1960s or 1970s.
We've recently discussed some of these things on this blog, mainly in the context of the anti-Christianism that is common among some WNs or alt-righters. I recommend listening to the podcast; there's much food for thought.