Saturday, June 15, 2013

Ron Weinland's Created Creature He Calls Jesus Is Not An Original Idea

One of the greatest "truth's" Weinerdude has taught his dwindling flock is that his "jesus" is a created being and that God the father is the only God. When Weinerdude came up with this "new truth" he stupidly thought that this was an originally thought that God had out in his head.  Armstrongism has always had a small group of adherents to the "one God" theory over the decades.  Sir Anthony Buzzard from Armstrongism is the most famous.

Greatest Proof of God’s True Church:

During the Feast of Tabernacles in 2005, God mightily separated His Church from all other scattered groups who formed due to the Apostasy. God did this through the 21st Truth that is attributed as being revealed to the Church of God – Preparing for the Kingdom of God through me. No other scattered group believes this truth!

The 21st Truth states, “God the Father is Yahweh Elohim and He alone has eternally existed. The teaching that Jesus Christ had always existed is a holdover from the teaching of traditional Christianity of the Trinity. There is only one Almighty God who has eternal existence” (“The 57 Truths of God”).

The purpose for covering this truth in this post is to illuminate more fully that it is this truth above all others revealed after the Apostasy that proves where God’s true Church is and through whom God is working as His apostle to this end-time. It is this truth that fully established the identity of God’s Church! No other group or organization from the Apostasy believes or teaches this great truth. It was after God restored this most powerful truth yet, to His Church, that He began to inspire the writing of the book 2008   God’s Final Witness.
Do you grasp the magnitude and importance of this great truth being taught and believed by only one scattered group of people?

Actually Weinerdude does not know what he is talking about.  His little cult is not the only COG group that believes Jesus was a created being.  There is quit a few COG'ers tied in with Sir Anthony Buzzard and the "One God" movement that also believe this.   Buzzard is one of the few with ties to Armstrongism that have went on to get theological degrees from  a seminary.  He was also a professor at Atlanta Bible College, an anti-trinitarian college of the Church of God General Conference (Abrahamic Faith).

You can read more about Sir Anthony Buzzard here:

Restoration Fellowship

21st Century Reformation

Sir Anthony Buzzard, 3rd Baronet

The Unscholarly Scholarship of Anthony Buzzard  

Anthony Buzzard's False Gospel





Byker Bob said...

What I have never been able to understand is that even if you can explain away and get past the numerous scriptures which prove that Jesus pre-existed with God, and was God, how is your "one God" result theologically superior to the abundance and richness one has in the knowledge that God himself so loved us that He came to live a perfect life as man and messenger, and died to pay mankind's sin debt?
As nearly as I can tell, this is one more example of Armstrongite Gnosticism, secret insider so-called knowledge that just puffs up, makes people say, "Ha ha ha, we know the truth and you don't, so you are excluded!"

What is troubling is that they do this same thing with God the Holy Spirit, once again also producing inferior theology and more puffing up. Who do they leave standing to proclaim "Let Us make man in Our own image"? The our own image thing wouldn't work if we assume that God had a cat or a dog that He was speaking of.


Anonymous said...

Just in case anyone forgot about this verse:

"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was with God in the beginning" (John 1:1-2, NIV).

The more that thieving kooks like Ronald Weinland screw things up, the easier it should be to see that they are nuts. Don't stop at just 57 errors, Wineland. Go for 107.

Anonymous said...

This is called Arianism. It was given it's first major push 1700 years ago by a guy named Arius. It flopped, but it never seems to quite go away. Every new guy who comes up with the idea thinks he's the first one to think of it.