Monday, March 16, 2015

Overview of the March-April 2015 Issue of Tomorrow's World

The latest issue of LCG's recruitment magazine, Tomorrow's World, is now out. Let us see what LCG's leaders have to say to try and convince people to join LCG.

This issue reports to have a circulation of 487,000. This is a slight decrease from the January-February issue (492,000). However this figure is still higher than the November-December 2014 issue (472,000), the September-October 2014 issue (458,000) and the July-August 2014 issue (457,000).

A circulation of 487,000 is a lot more than PCG's Philadelphia Trumpet's current circulation of 310,367 for its April 2014 issue. Back in 2011 in an article which was discussed in a previous post Stephen Flurry belittled LCG for having an income of "about $13.5 million" in 2009 while in 2010 PCG enjoyed an annual income of "$20.6 million". But today it seems that LCG's recruitment magazine has a far higher circulation even though PCG has more money. What on Earth is PCG doing wrong? 

Roderick C. Meredith has a personal article insisting that captivity will soon come upon America because they are not righteous in the way Meredith defines it.

Roderick C. Meredith has an article insisting that most Christians are false Christians. This is stated in order to convince people that they must join LCG in order to gain God's favor. 

Dexter Wakefield has an article discussing Turkey.
But what will actually happen to Turkey and the Middle East in the near future is not speculative. The Bible tells that region’s future history and views the future events from the perspective of Jerusalem. Near the end of this age, a powerful alliance of Middle Eastern nations south of Jerusalem will form and will “push” against or “attack” a powerful ten-nation European alliance to the north of Jerusalem. ... These events are prophesied to occur shortly before the return of Jesus Christ.

The radical Islamist group known as Islamic State is claiming to be the revived caliphate and sees itself as restoring the Muslim conquest of the Middle East and Europe. This may seem like déjà vu for the Europeans, and particularly the Vatican. The ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, claims the title of Caliph, but whether he will be the final “King of the South” is not evident at this time. In any case, a number of Islamist groups in the Middle East and Asia have pledged allegiance to him.
Richard Ames has an article telling people in a reassuring way that they have not committed the unpardonable sin.

Richard Franz has a little article which exploits Saint Patrick's Day in order to promote the nonsense that is British Israelism. As has shown British Israelism is built on a foundation of sand. In fact DNA evidence refutes British Israelism.

Winston Gosse has a little article talking about courage.

John Meakin has a little article fear mongering that Britain is about to tear itself apart.
So the conclusion, and the importance, of all this is that the UK is far from being safe and secure. Powerful political forces are pulling it apart. The coming 2015 general election could well be a watershed moment as to who governs Britain. Will the [Scottish National Party], UK [Independence Party] and other smaller voting groups hold the rest of the UK ransom? Will Britain lose its nuclear deterrent for lack of somewhere to put it and the expense of moving it? Will Scotland once again try to leave the UK? And if the English get their way, will Britain indicate its desire to leave the EU if the 2017 referendum transpires? 
The Q and A promotes the doctrine that Jesus was crucified on a Wednesday.

Douglas Winnail has a little article fear mongering about activist Atheists.

Phil Sena has a little article praising the importance of mentors for young people.

Wallace Smith has a little article praising the intricacy of human reproduction. None of which proves that God is in some special way with LCG.

There are some letters. Here's one of them.
I would like to say thank you for the books and DVDs you have sent me. I have enjoyed all, and have found the information very helpful. I enjoy your teaching as they are taken from the Bible, not from man.
Of course this is complete nonsense. Most of LCG's doctrines are heretical nonsense for the most part devised by Herbert Armstrong, and he simply plagiarized many of the ideas he taught from other sources, such as various strands of Adventism such as the Seventh Day Adventists and the Church of God (Seventh Day) and the Jehovah's Witnesses as well as British Israelism.

And so LCG's work of persuading more people to join LCG and pay three tithes to them for the rest of their lives continue.

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