PCG's Official YouTube Video of This Holy Ground Weekend With Godly Piano
The Philadelphia Church of God has an article up today about a "retreat" that the faculty and "college" students went on to Robbers Cave State Park, in Oklahoma. Most of the things they describe sound like a typical Church of God camp out with all kinds of activities. That is until this:
Will Gerald Flurry now try and buy the state park for his own private use or move it to his cult compound? Will he erect a monument there glorifying that lil' Stevie read Malachi's Message there? Or, that PCG paid WCG millions of dollars for the rights to publish Herb's foolishness, or that Gerald Flurry drank Coor's beer there?
The Robbers Cave tradition goes back before 2002 to when dean of students Stephen Flurry read Malachi’s Message for the first time on July 16, 1989, while there as a 19-year-old. Since 2002, students and faculty have heard Chancellor Gerald Flurry deliver major announcements at Robbers Cave, including the Philadelphia Church of God’s copyright victory.
“Our most memorable experience by far was the announcement of the court case victory in 2003, at the same location where a year previous we’d heard Mr. Gerald Flurry share with us the new revelation from Habakkuk that this victory was prophesied,” theology and speech instructor Wik Heerma said.
“Robbers Cave is a place with an immense amount of history, yet at the same time, it points to a wonderful future and gives vision in such an awe-inspiring way,” sophomore Joel Hudson-Stewart said.
The nonsense that COG groups deem "historic" and relevant to a Christians walk is appalling. They can't talk about Jesus, but they hold as sacred lil' Stevie reading a plagiarized document there.
I am not worthy to be in the presence of such magnificence.