Eric King is not happy that people pick on him and his little apostate group of followers. He lashes out at those that call him to task, mock his silly teaching and criticize him.
King imagines himself the leader of the REAL Worldwide Church of God. What he has done, like 99% of the other splinter groups is copy and plagiarize from the mother church. He was unable to come up with anything unique to set his church name part from all the others so he had to steal the name Worldwide Church of God in order to make himself half way legitimate.
Because King imagines himself and his little group to be REAL Christians he imagines any insult or critique to be persecution. He writes:
He then continues with this:The Worldwide Church of God has been attacked by many different kinds of people. People who are atheists, people from fallen apostate denominations, people from other faiths, but those who are most angry and outraged at the Worldwide Church of God are those who once belonged to it, the apostates!
If the COG, throughout it's modern day incarnation had not claimed itself to be God sent, God inspired, or the true government of God, then when the abuses happened people would not have reacted as they have. When your church leaders claim to be directly UNDER Jesus Christ and then turn around and abuse and mistreat church members then the people have every right to complain.They usually start their attack not with theological arguments but instead they attack with what “such and such” and with what “so and so” did. The fact of the matter is all businesses, schools, denominations, clubs, etc. have had bad people which have belonged to them and do bad things.Humans are full of sin! [Romans 3:10] When something bad happens, let’s say with a teacher and a student at a public school, does the parent attack every teacher and administrator at the school because of the one incident? Not usually. People understand that humans have to deal with other humans everyday and unfortunately there are some strange ones out there that have no hope.