Friday, October 11, 2013

Gerald Flurry Wants Answers...

In the August edition of The Philadelphia Trumpet, Gerald Six-pack Flurry wants answers to scandals in politics. Fair enough. The membership in his church probably also want answers to the question of why lawlessness is only pointed out 'outside' the church, whereas the sins of the pastor-general Flurry go unnoticed.

I am of course, thinking of Gerald Flurry's driving under the influence of alcohol case. You can check more out about this through this link, and you can do your own Google or Bing search also.

The closest reference he ever made was mentioning he hadn't consumed any alcohol for a number of years. But where was the official apology? Where was the willingness to acknowledge personal repentance?

Oh yes, that is only reserved for laymen. Leadership in Armstrongism can apparently do as they please. They consider themselves above the law, thus rendering the very term lawlessness invalid if you subscribe to that type of logic....

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Twenty Seven Years After the Death of Herbert W Armstrong

As many know Six-Pack Gerald Flurry declared the 16th of January was the most important date in history. Now, twenty seven years after the death of Herbie, he probably still believes this.

All others know it's a coincidence whether something happens on the 15th or on the 16th of any month, but Gerald Flurry was very specific:

You are going to see the date of HWA's death take on more significance as time goes on. (page 82, Malachi's Message 1990-edition)
As regular readers of this blog will know, Gerald Flurry has a unique ability to see things in coincidences. Things are easily upgraded into almost world-important proportions whenever Gerald feels something is important. Anyone questioning him is immediately expelled from fellowship and considered an "enemy of the truth."

What we know is that he, and all other proponents of Armstrongism, are the actual enemies of the truth, but these naive people still entreched in Armstrongism are discouraged to prove all things once they have become members of 'the faithful flock'...