Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Overview of the July-August 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 claims a circulation of 505,000.

Roderick C. Meredith has a personal article trying to persuade those who identify themselves as Christians but do not attend a church to attend LCG.

Roderick C. Meredith also has an article insisting that it is his "church" is the one true church.
Through this work you have been brought in contact with the true work of God.
Utter nonsense. It is ridiculous to imagine that God is only to be found through a man who imposed HWA's divorce and remarriage policy breaking up many families simply in order to conform to HWA's strict dogma.

Gerald Weston has a little article condemning evolution.

Richard Ames has an article describing Armstrongism's dogma that there is at present no hell.

William Williams has a little article talking about how advanced computers are becoming.

Simon Roberts has a little article moaning that Britain has fallen apart since the days of World War II.

John Meakin has an article talking about Winston Churchill.

The Q and A assures the readers that private property is perfectly right and proper.

Douglas Winnail has a little article fear mongering that the world will soon collapse. He cites Noah, Sodom and Gomorrha to frighten his readers.

Jonathan McNair has a little article condemning Fifty Shades of Grey and abortion and promoting black and white thinking by denigrating the idea of grey areas in regards to morality and ethics.

There are letters. Here is one from Cameroon.
Thanks very much for the books and the magazines. Where will I start or how will I start to appreciate how much your publications have blessed me and people around me? You see the things that are happening around the world, many people see it just as random events and conflict but the Fourteen Signs Announcing Christ’s Return booklet really polished my understandings and opened my eyes to discover new things.
Be careful. These writings are made for the purpose of recruiting more people to join LCG so that they get more money from people like this person from Cameroon.

There was also a letter from a reader who was disgusted seeing the picture of innocent Egyptian Christian hostages about to be murdered by a power hungry terrorist group in Libya affiliated with Abu Bakr al Baghdadi's lackeys in Iraq and Syria. In the letter below they are referred to as ISIS.
I was both shocked and horrified when I took your magazine out of my post box to see the evil large ISIS picture on the cover. To those not familiar with your magazine, it would certainly look like a publication promoting ISIS, and not a decent and respectable Christian organization teaching the good news about the Kingdom of God coming soon.
Now I would argue that Tomorrow's World is neither decent nor respectable but I must say it never occurred to me to say it looked like propaganda for ISIS when looking at that issue. But after thinking about it why wouldn't someone think at first glance that it was affiliated with Abu Bakr al Baghdadi's lackeys?

And so this issue ends. Once again LCG's leaders have produced a magazine in order to recruit new members and to keep their followers in awe of LCG's 1% so that they continue paying the three tithes and extra offerings to LCG's leaders.

1 comment:

  1. "Jonathan McNair has a little article condemning Fifty Shades of Grey and abortion and promoting black and white thinking by denigrating the idea of grey areas in regards to morality and ethics.

    Ah, but of course. A cult can't successfully operate without an "us vs. them" mentality firmly in place, and you need a purely black-and-white, cut-and-dry sense of ethics in play to make that work.