An ex eb comments
The fact they don’t care about the carnage they left in their wake ,broken homes, marriages ,families and siblings that grew up without knowing each other is reprehensible and now they have the temerity to claim ‘things are different now’…there is a place for you in the assembly -why don’t you come back and make lots of money? ….They just don’t get it. ..
This affects more than those who left..I’m thinking about the spouses and family that were ‘faithful’ and stayed with the ‘position’ and paid the price of losing their spouse and family,and now see the brethren openly doing the same thing that resulted in the loss of their families…do they feel totally betrayed?..they ought to…why are they not demanding answers,or are they just meek little sheep who dare not raise their heads ?…you got to remember some of the ‘issues’..like a construction worker taken to task for wearing shorts,or a farmer who owned a small motor bike to come in,or the person who was required to have radio communications part of his job…chances are many of these things have been quietly dropped ,relegated to ‘just a myth surrounding the brethren ‘status ,but we were there,we witnessed it…
Think about it
Generally this is a Christian tradition
They don’t care much about the carnage that’s been left in the wake of Christendom .
Like you wont see many Christian shedding tears or losing any of their own sleep thinking about the nasty evil way in which the first nation people were badly mistreated
You wont. Generally they have forgotten about it. Moved on . Spent their time seeding more churches over in Africa or China or whatever else. You wont find many Christian involved in trying to amend broken dysfunctional first nation families in ways what might amend things. Or compensate them for any of their huge loss (best the first nation folk can hope for, is pep-talk from some local priest who’ll offer token comfort)
You wont. They don’t care to bother. There is simply not enough glory to gain in getting involved in doing it. Is there .And of course once they were to start to get involved in “repairing the damage”, they then would also be helping to highlight the full depth of amount of damage that there actually is as well too
That’s not in best interest of Christian who’d far rather highlight their act of glory rather than their evil acts of nastiness
So Christian don’t care to bother
Lets face it, when the sex abuse was uncovered within the Catholic Church, there was more outrage among Christian, in regard to how it had made Christianity look bad
Its true. The public news had
ruined dampened their glory seeking attitude
So hey, we should not expect Christendom to get proactive in addressing nastiness they have left in their wake
They wouldn’t have been proactive like that, even after a fair number of people were burned at the stake upon being accused of heresy
Or bother to make real-amends for the ongoing cost of harm done to black American who’s recent ancestors had been slaves
It even had taken 126 years after the death of Charles Darwin, before the Church of England became humble enough to finally decide it time to apologise for mistreatment (I feel they still do deserve kudos for finally at least getting around to it though)
But it’s obviously not really in the Christian nature to care to bother
Even if there be gullible Christian folk who still like to believe it might be Christian nature to care to do so. Truth be known These people would be more upsetting to Jesus that what the blatantly uncaring people actully are . Because these folk still try to carry on a false outlook of Christianity. The pretence that Christian generally do-care
Very nice guy who made both the comments above. Extremely nice guy. However they still help to do more harm than they do good, by insinuating that the cults are the base of the problem. By insinuating that the main problem is the cults
Generally speaking Christians don’t give a damn about the harm that
has been is being left in the wake of Christianity
Hell the wont even bother to help donate to funds to help fight Christian evil cult forces. Can you see any donations within the donation list below (Defend Ian), that are noted as being donations coming from Anglican Church groups, Catholic Church groups, Hillsong Church groups, Open Brethren Church groups, Baptist Church groups and so on? (they could easily do so, if in fact they chose to care)
No way. You wont see any. Because, generally they all don’t care to bother to donate to these kind of causes
You wont see it. As they don’t care about harm left in the wake of Christendom . Do they. There’s just not enough glory to be gleaned/gained from their groups getting involved in attending to this harm.
Is there ?
No glory to be gleaned from attending to it. Only huge depth of shame of what will end up being highlighted
So therefore, they’ll leave that ongoing battle up to the survivors alone, too .
They will leave the battle up to ex eb survivors.Just the same way like they also have too, with the battle that’s been left for first nation people to try to fight alone, and to live with by themselves
Even although mainstream churches hold enough financial power, between them, to easily be able to amass a huge fund collectively ,if in fact they chose to co-operate together, and that combined-fund could then be used as a deterrent against cult litigation acts, against ex cult members. This fund could be used to deter cults from trying to litigate so as to silence people. Mainstream church groups could also “cooperate together”, so as to decide, about when to step in, and when not to step in
This could happen if they cared
In regard of this article here below
One ex eb was seen to comment
If only you knew the truth not the bias that the secular media spins. This man has served people tirelessly and made huge sacrifices.
Fair enough then, lets cut to the chase with the bias. How well does Hillsong serve people whom are tasked with fighting Christian tyranny then?
Not enough glory to be gleaned from their getting involved ?
Or perhaps would their public involvement, then “serve” to also help highlight the depth of evil nastiness within Christendom perhaps? (cannot have that happen can we?. Because just look what had went and happen to the Catholic Church, and Christendom generally speaking too, once the full scope of sex abuses were highlighted)
That’s the reason behind why the other church groups don’t bother to care to become actively involved themselves either. Isn’t it. Christendom is like a worldwide club . They all rather to piss in each others pockets. To turn a blind eye
If anyone disagree . Then let us know ?
Perhaps you’d like to help explain why we don’t see other faith groups getting actively involved ,themselves too, in these battles against cult evil
Care to explain?
Bet nobody will do. They will be quiet as church mice. Will act the same way like the evil eb cult folk do too. Will be silent. Will rather to also pretend like they just never heard. Pretend like they had just never knew anything about the harm.
And will scurry off
Without saying a word. Like a bunch of low life gutless scum
Right now (more likely before now) any, so called real, Christian, reading this, will have quickly scurried off, with their fingers in their ears, going lah lah lah lah, ive never seen or heard none of this
They’ll all scurry on back to the Christendom hole ,where they’ll all wallow in a load of back scratching and pocket pissing. And will be seen bad mouthing the cult groups. Be busily blaming the whole situation back on cult groups alone(as its most easiest way, to pretend, to attend to the issue)
That’s what will occur
As if its the the cult groups who might lead and in fact rule over the world?. Might hold the balance of power
Because this is what suits to soothe their conscience
Tomorrow many of them will be sitting in some church. Busily feeling all shit hot about themselves. They’ll busily glorify how well they feel that their chosen guru (IE: Brian Houston or whoever else) had served so and so . Blah blah blah.
But not a word will be spoken about the depth of cult harm
They don’t care to bother
What im having to say here, is not the type of glory glad tidings like what generally rocks the boat for Christian
Kind of distasteful to the Christian glory-seeking palate (IE: to hear) .
I wouldn’t last long in their churches. I’d end up vomiting.
I don’t believe in their God. I don’t see reason to believe he exist. Or a judgment day. But should judgment day occur. I still wouldn’t want to be counted among Christendom. No way. Not after the amount of harm they wilfully allowed to occur
There will be some sad and falorne Christian faces come judgement day. They’ll be saying , “God, did you notice how our hero Brian Houston had “served tirelessly”. Blah blah blah
“Wasn’t he so greatly wonderful?” (swoon!!)
God will say, butwhat the fuck did Brian Houston ever care to do, so as to help attend to cult abuses then ?
Pompous pious brow-beaten Christian will be seen to blush and be horribly startled to hear anyone dare to be “swearing”.(Haaaaaa)
Just imagine it right?
After all, swearing is obviously a far bigger sin than what any wilful act of turning a blind eye, to ongoing extreme harm and cult abuses ever is?
Bruce Hales and a long line of Exclusive Brethren members, will also be all standing their in front of God, busily trying to look all priestly like, while trying to con their way through into heaven , by offing God, a RRT (rapid relief team) sausage sizzle or perhaps a couple of truckloads of hay
Be heard to say, can we still con our way through with this offering God?
Groups that make up Christendom (the whole loaf) will be all milling around together, muttering and murmuring and coughing in their usual Church stance manner. Trying to all look shit hot. Reminding God, about how many NEW church groups that their Church congregation had helped to seed over in Africa
God, will be fucking angry as hell, at the way, that the temple had been allowed to be turned into a den of robbers (John 2:13-22)
And be heard to say
So which group of you bunch of pious prats, reckon you was following in my footsteps then?
Been a long standing tradition of Christendom
To not care about the carnage they left in their wake