Sunday, June 9, 2013

The Past



7 comments:

Anonymous said...

That is so funny. All you people seem to do is live in the past. You just can't let go of it.

Douglas Becker said...

A lot of ministers in the Cult of Herbert Armstrong are now saying "We made mistakes" and are promoting the idea that we should be willing to forgive.

Nice try.

We want an allocution.

After that, the sentence will be pronounced.

Anonymous said...

Law student eh? You want allocution? You think any of these men living are going to give it to you? Regardless of the "mistakes" they now say they made in the past you were not obligated to comply. You could have refused. You chose to obey...its on us my friend.

Anonymous said...

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So what are you saying? The victim should pay for the sins of the offender even though there was no gun held at their head when in fact it was worse--the offender was "in their head"!

Corky said...

Anonymous said...

That is so funny. All you people seem to do is live in the past. You just can't let go of it.

June 9, 2013 at 12:16 AM


A genuine ministurd talking, right there. All those people, like Jim Bob Anonymous there, can think of is that talking about the past is the same as living in the past. Most all of them are a few bricks shy of a load too.

We could, I suppose, talk about our future experiences...well, except for the fact that we haven't had those experiences yet. So, I reckon we'll just keep on talking about the past as if we experienced it...stupid f**ker!

Corky said...

Douglas Becker said...

A lot of ministers in the Cult of Herbert Armstrong are now saying "We made mistakes" and are promoting the idea that we should be willing to forgive.

I want to hear, specifically, what mistakes they admit they made and not some old generic "we made mistakes". Hell, everybody makes mistakes. What they did can't be classified as "mistakes" because their mistakes were intentional deceptions for the purpose of extorting money and property.

After that the sentence will be pronounced

No plea bargains accepted either.

Byker Bob said...

One of the shibboleths by which we recognize current ACOG members and ministers is the frequent accusation that we speak of the past too much. And, it rings pretty hollow when we consider the entire rationale behind recorded history. History is intended to provide lessons so that mistakes will not be repeated. In fact, a good percentage of the Bible is history. It is far more beneficial to lay out the mistakes of the past, and to have them in the open.

Here is the rub. Some suffer from the delusion that if HWA or various of the Herbert Jr.s did something, it was not a mistake. They would like to keep those individuals off limits and above criticism. Unfortunately, that is In direct conflict with the discernment Christians are supposed to have and exercise. Rmember, when you stand before Father God on judgment day, your minister or apostle is not going to be standing next to you as some sort of advocate or attorney. Better correct and repent of the mistakes, and get it right!

BB