Friday, February 24, 2017

Cal Culpepper! Set Your Captives Free!


7 comments:

Black Ops Mikey said...

Is anyone surprised?

This is just the way it is in cults.

Anonymous said...

That man is seriously freaky looking.

Byker Bob said...

Oh. I'm sure he sees himself as God's minister, teaching God's way. Repent? Set captives free? Such things most likely never occur to him. He really needs to experience some reverse Karma before his mind can expand to greet reality! For doing what he's doing, reality is that he exists in a protected environment, or so he believes!

BB

Anonymous said...

People such as Culpepper are very common in cults. They think, privately, "My cult leader treats other people terribly, but he sees how special I am, so he treats me better than other people, and gives me a good reason to support him." What these people never see is that their cult leader is using them. Flurry will discard Culpepper whenever it is convenient to do so.

Anonymous said...


Some people seem to think that everything would be fine in the PCG if Gerald Flurry would just stop setting up perverse petty tyrants over them. This will never happen. Gerald Flurry once said that if a minister is being abusive, his door is always open. Of course, what Gerald actually meant was that his door is always open to the abusive minister, not to the abused member. Some people apparently misunderstood this fine distinction. Furthermore, what normal, sensible, decent people with the sound mind of the Holy Spirit recognize as satanic abuse, false prophets like Gerald Flurry have been led by the Devil to think is the right way to run his PCG cult.

Some people carelessly assume that Gerald Flurry must not know what miserable petty tyrants like Cal Culpepper are really like. They do not realize that Cal Culpepper is not the real problem. The real problem is that false prophet at the top of the PCG cult. All the evil in the PCG comes from Gerald Flurry, as the Devil inspires him. If Gerald Flurry had not set up Cal Culpepper, he would have set up some other demoniac with some other name. The results would have been the same either way.

PCG members are, in fact, responsible for their own problems. They made the mistake of following that false prophet and all his so-called “new revelation” (that is, his doctrinal changes away from what HWA had taught). If PCG members had simply refused to do evil to their own family members, and to other church members, and to COG friends, or had refused to go along with old PCG sex perverts, they would have been kicked out of the PCG years ago. The reason that some people are still stuck in the PCG is precisely because they were willing to do evil to family and friends alike. If they did not have twisted minds that think that good is evil, and that evil is good, they would not still be in the PCG at this late date.

PCG members actually love all the evil in the PCG, and believe in it so much that they continue to financially support it. They are getting what they are knowingly paying for. They believe that preaching the gospel of the coming kingdom of God is over for this era, and that Irish dance for the kiddies of the upper crusties is what the church is all about now. They should have been concerned about supporting the truth of God rather than wanting to mindlessly support the lies of the Devil. PCG members are not innocent, no matter how much they would like to fool their own selves and others.

Henry Bemis said...

The above comment is true. By following the lead of a Demonized False Prophet they open themselves up to Demonic abuse. I hope that Flurry does buy a plane and puts the church hugely in debt. Then when the devil finally cashes Ol Gerald's time clock and drags him to hell - then his successors will fight for succession and the whole rotten edifice will fall down and go boom.

Byker Bob said...

I've mentioned several times that there are very pronounced parallels between the Armstrongite experience and Bob Dylan's "Desolation Row".

The final verse seems to encapsulate what happens in disfellowshipment, to wit, possibly in these latter days by one Cal Culpepper:

"Yes, I received your letter yesterday, about the time the doorknob broke.
When you asked me how I was doing, was that some kind of joke?
All these people that you mention, yes, I know them, they're quite lame!
I had to rearrange their faces and give them all another name.
Right now, I can't read too good, don't send me no more letters, no.
Not unless you mail them from Desolation Row!"

Letter yesterday = disfellowship letter.
Doorknob broke = you can't get back in.
Some kind of joke = once you are out, they don't care about you.
All these people....lame = your "friends" all change, turning their backs on you.
No more letters unless you mail them from Desolation Row = don't contact me unless you've been put out or have left yourself.

Hope you google the song, Cal. It's partially about you!

BB