Central Oklahoma, and particularly the region around Edmond has been hit with a series of earthquakes over the last several months. Gerald Flurry's campus has felt the majority of these quakes.
Since Armstrongism always says that earthquakes are God's way of punishing sinners, it must be quite obvious to all that God is now punishing the Philadelphia Church of God for their despicable actions on how they treat members.
EDMOND—The latest in a series of small earthquakes rumbled beneath the Philadelphia Church of God headquarters campus at approximately 10:44 this morning. Staff members in buildings all over campus felt the 3.2 tremor, including the television crew and Pastor General Gerald Flurry as he finished taping his first Key of David program in Armstrong Auditorium.
The tremor was the latest of dozens of quakes that have shaken central Logan County, Oklahoma, about four miles north of the headquarters campus location. In a roughly 30-square mile area, the United States Geological Survey recorded 24 quakes within the past week, not including the 10:44 a.m. quake. Twenty occurred on Saturday alone, the largest of which measured 3.5. on the Richter scale.
Oklahoma is not accustomed to seismic activity; for decades, residents felt few or no earthquakes. But since 2007, the number of earthquakes in the state have multiplied, including some that have measured above 3.0. Earthquakes Continue in Central Oklahoma