For the last several weeks a few on here have made it their priority to attack other individuals for their beliefs or non-beliefs. I don't give a rats ass on what you believe or don't believe. That is part of the reason I rarely comment on my posts or about comments of others. It is your experience, not mine. We all share a common bond because of the shared experiences we all have for being part of Armstrongism, whether it be good or bad.
Some have been so scared by the COG that they have left religion all together, others have moved on to places that have deep spiritual meaning to them. One group is not going to influence the other group into changing their understanding.
People are all on different journeys and no one has the right to denigrate that journey the other person is on. It may not be my way or your way, but so what! We can all learn from each other and share what we have experienced.
I have had to screen a lot of comments lately that started several weeks ago. Because of that I have received several emails from various people calling me all kinds of names. I don't have time to go back and weed out every single comment from one snarky side or the other. Some I have deleted and some I have missed. You can call me any name you want, as some of you have, and accuse me being things I am not, as some of you have. I DON'T CARE! Go whine to Dave Pack or Gerald Flurry as I am sure they will give you a willing ear to vent to, then come back and tell us how that went.....
I would hate to cut off comments, like almost all COG related blogs and web sites have done, just because of exactly what has been happening here lately. Too many people have horror stories that they need to share or that can help other escape the legalistic shackles of Armstrongism.
Too many lives are still being shattered and destroyed by the degenerate leaders of the various splinter cults. These are vile men who have set out to destroy the mental, spiritual and physical lives of their members. The decades of hiding behind the curtain are over. They are being accountable for their actions.