Thursday, October 27, 2011

Fourth Reich Ramblings From Gerald Flurry

In the November/December 2011 issue of the Flurry magazine (The Philadelphia Trumpet) there are two things that immediately caught the eye.

First, the Personal talking about the rise of Germany. Lo and behold, just because Herbie could guess right for once, it is now made out to be "the big authority". Flurry wants to know how he could know this, and how the Armstrongite movement could be so "right"?

Well, Flurry is asking questions upside down, which is often done to create the right mind control environment, because he should have investigated 1972 in Prophecy before asking such a question.

The fact remains that Scripture is VERY CLEAR about how we should consider false prophets. When predictions flied from pulpits all over the globe announcing 1972 and 1975 noone saw apologies from ministers who were in empire costumes... :-)

Just because Flurry could find two sensationalist journalists who could be quoted to indicate something circular to fit the square holes (when manipulated extensively) doesn't make it truth.

But, of course, for the faithfuls all that is said from Oklahoma must be true when Flurry says it... ;-)

Another important thing to watch is the claim for mental sanity by reading the article in the magazine. Sounds much like practicing without a license... Buyers beware, if mental stability lies in beating kids with paddles, belts etc, I think you know the rest...

Wondering what foolish things will come as the January 2012 issue arrives, because Gerald Flurry will without a doubt have some specific interpretation of Herbie being dead for 26 years on January 16th... Those who follow your BS (pardon my French) sure wallow in some crazy ramblings.

1 comment:

Douglas Becker said...

My mother taught me that BS stands for Beautiful Sunshine, which is very good news for the Church of God, Big Sandy -- though avoiding all appearances of evil should be thought through very carefully.

PCG or PCoG isn't a bad nomen, near as anyone can tell, although we could certainly get creative. Pathetic Cult Guild springs to mind. Others could make submissions. I'm certain we could get a Flurry of them.

Yes, well he's not the only one. Robert Thiel is making noises about the rise of Germany lately.

This is exactly what happens when people abandon science and turn to magical thinking. When you divide by zero, the results are undefined.