It has been a rather uneventful year in the world of Armstrongism. It seems like many of the organizations are closing in around themselves. Often, sermons are behind login-systems, thus making it less available for non-members...
Friday, December 2, 2022
Sunday, August 28, 2022
Regardless of which deity you believe in, humans were created as free entities. Cults welcome you into their flocks, but once you have accepted their body of doctrines, the door to freedom is often shut. It comes at a huge cost to 'count the cost' in setting yourself free again.
Sunday, December 19, 2021
Saturday, October 2, 2021
Tuesday, June 1, 2021
Megan Phelps-Roper was involved with the infamous cuilt, the Westboro Baptist Church, and her video from TED talk is rather useful for anyone having family or friends involved in cults. Hope you enjoy this video:
If you have any questions about helping people move out of any cult, you are welcome to write a comment. It may inspire coming articles too...
Monday, February 15, 2021
By now, it should be fairly obvious that Armstrongism is a cult. Numerous articles on this and other blogs from other writers have revealed countless false prophecies emmanating from PCG headquarters. Most recently, it is on the front page of their recruitment magazine, Watch Jerusalem, from January/February 2021...
Friday, January 1, 2021
I want to take this opportunity to wish all of you dear readers a Happy New Year. Entering 2021 is the year of hope on so many levels. Politics have been challenging in 2020, and moral values have been under attack in so many ways, ranging from a lying President in America to various threats and cyber attacks from namely Russia and China.
Thursday, December 3, 2020
One of the key doctrines in much of Armstrongism has historically been a huge source of criticism - and rightfully so. People with a WCG-background will remember that it was a belief that you should trust God more than medicine. That belief cost hundreds of families their loved ones, and is a tragic chapter in the history of Armstrongism.
Monday, February 3, 2020
Monday, January 27, 2020
In my ongoing research among offshoots of Armstrongism I came across Triumph Prophetic Ministries, founded by the now late William F Dankenbring. He passed away in August of 2017 according to the front page of their website. [Update January 20th 2021: as you can read in my comment below, the site would go offline at some point this month. That has happened, and therefore the link is disabled.]