Sunday, August 7, 2016

Philadelphia Church of God: PCG Members May Only Communicate With Other Babtized Members



The deviate teachings of the Philadelphia Church of God just keep getting sicker and sicker.  How could any parent actually follow this?
Guess last Saturday, the PCG told their congregation that if they have children of the age of or older to be baptized and are not, they are to dissolve them from their lives. Any and all children or relations that they are okay to correspond with are only baptized members, or younger children being brought up in the church. Sad
This is the kind of filth that is supported by the Edmond, Oklahoma community that support the concert series in the Auditorium. I wonder how many of them would be supporting this deviancy if they knew the story of the leadership and how the PCG members lives are filled with such tyranny.

PCG has the potential to soon become deadly.  I honestly think that these brain-dead members would actually kill themselves if Flurry or the deviate Culpepper told them to.






8 comments:

Anonymous said...

The number one drive of any organism or organization is self preservation.

Lisa Williams said...

silly question, but what about ones employer? if they're not in pcg,do they just walk past them....lol

Anonymous said...

On the one hand, their Trumpet internet site sends the message that time is short, yet the church pressures young people to get baptized in order to perpetuate the church. An obvious contradiction.

Byker Bob said...

Like I posted elsewhere, they didn't need to go to another geographic location to have their Jonestown. Flurry has brought Jonestown to them!

Anyone who follows these latest edicts of Flurry's is either a fool or delusional. It's time for even the most stalwart to walk away. Tragedy is on the horizon!

BB

Anonymous said...


Someone warned years ago that the PCG is a cruel hoax that epitomizes the tyranny of Satan, and that each lying, slandering, local tyrant in the PCG gets to pass off his own satanic abuse as the government of God.

EX-PCG said...

Here is a little more regarding the cut-off ruling from PCG. It is nothing but contradictions and confusion.   

What about those of the primarily of the "Edmond Hierarchy", that want to reach out to the world with plays, concerts, and Irish dancing.

Now, they expect the general membership to cut themselves off from non baptized children, and possibly unconverted mates.

This just shows the total lack of Christianity and conversion within this organization.

These are the modern day Scribes and Pharisees. Following them will lead to a bad end!

Anonymous said...

"What about those of the primarily of the "Edmond Hierarchy", that want to reach out to the world with plays, concerts, and Irish dancing."

What?! Brothels need to advertise too! The "thin value" of sharing it only with PCG Members is poor business.

"Now, they expect the general membership to cut themselves off from non baptized children, and possibly unconverted mates."

Has any xPCG attended a concert or play at THE PLACE?


DBP

Anonymous said...

This is quite insane. I'm glad I got out of the PCG when I did. It was a long and drawn out process to uncouple myself from that way of thinking but at my core I always knew the no-contact policy was the start of the end for me - even though I was just a teenager when that ruling came down from HQ