Saturday, April 26, 2014

God's Prophet and His Dog Shiloh Walk on God's Holy Land

From all indications Eric is probably a pleasant person to be around and interesting.  The problem is that he has been overcome by Church of God idiocy and now considers himself an instrument of God and a prophet.  Neither of which he is.
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Connie Schmidt said...

Sing along to the old campfire tune...


Oh give me a home where King's thoughts roam,
Where the deer and the antelope play,
Where always is heard a discouraging word,
And the brain is all cloudy all day.

Chorus:--- Home, home on the range,
Where the chemical imbalances play,
Where always is heard a discordant word,
And the prophecies are all cloudy all day.

Byker Bob said...

It's always too bad when someone who initially appears to be a nice personable guy ends up being into a bizarre religion or philosophy, is racist, or has a seriously unacceptable character flaw. It's like, what a waste! Statistics show that such ones make up the majority percentage of those becoming unfriended from social media. That, and the just plain boring with nothing interesting to say, like Bob Thiel and James Malm.

You have to wonder what kind of life Eric might have had before his wife passed away.


Black Ops Mikey said...

Another ACoG minister Republican dog owner?

Or a wolf in wool, having his guard dog protect the sheep from the demons in UFOs coming to take the rams off to other planets to experiment with them?

That would raise questions as to how Eric W. (Wolf?) rebuked the demons to protect the livestock.

Black Ops Mikey said...

Home on Deranged

You have to wonder what kind of life Eric might have had before his wife passed away.

The seeds of insanity were planted long before they bloomed by Herbert Armstrong.

It's one of the two trees that grew nuts.

old EXPCG hag said...

Is this land he bought with his scammed members money?

Byker Bob said...

I hope Eric is environmentally sensitive enough to carry a pooper scooper and plastic baggies along on his walks with his dog.

By the way, this gives us some more insight into his problem. Most aspiring prophets, apostles, or just plain Christians aspire to walk with God. Apparently, Eric is dyslexic, so, instead, he walks with dog.


Anonymous said...

Enjoy it now, before the Hall of Administration, Mail Processing Center, and Student Center go up, complete with egret fountains and faux streams.