"If the work to the world is basically finished - most of what remains to be done is separating the Laodiceans and the Philadelphians.... That should not taken very long - but it will be painful! Very painful - in some cases it will break up families." (p. 78.) My word! This has to be one of the most disgusting, horrid and shocking statements Flurry ever says in this book. Here is the terrible no contact policy in embryo. Although (as far as I know) the no contact policy was not yet in force then, it seems clear that the seeds of self-righteous hatred against so-called Laodiceans (WCG members and members of other COGs) is already there in Flurry's heart. He knows the hatred he is teaching towards those he defines as Laodiceans will tear up families. But it seems clear from these words he is determined to do it regardless, as early as February 1990. It is a terrible tragedy that Flurry found himself in just the right time to gain enough converts from WCG to became one of the major Armstrongite COGs.The quoted words are from Malachi's Message, a book Gerald Flurry appears to have plagiarized its ideas from the writings of Jules Dervaes, and which is taught by PCG to be a divinely inspired piece of writing. PCG is a most terrible and tragic legacy that Armstrongism has produced.
Sunday, June 16, 2013
PCG's Cal Culpepper is a Destroyer of Families
Banned by HWA has a very good post up detailing how PCG's Cal Culpepper is destroying families under his control. Such things are truly horrific and evil. Exit and Support Network exposes Cal Culpepper's destruction of families. (See June 10 letter.) What astounding evil. PCG's and Key of David's Gerald Flurry has always seemed strangely obsessed with destroying families. The following is from a previous blog of mine discussing the 1990 edition of Malachi's Message, a book Gerald Flurry appears to have plagiarized its ideas from the writings of Jules Dervaes, and which is taught by PCG to be a divinely inspired piece of writing.