Worldwide Church of God Kid.

An Upstate New York man who admitted to raping a 10-year-old girl before murdering her mother has been sentenced to 30 years in prison after pleading guilty to possessing more than 11,000 images of child pornography, as well as roughly 1,100 videos in a case unrelated to the murders. – See more at:

An Upstate New York man who admitted to raping a 10-year-old girl before murdering her mother has been sentenced to 30 years in prison after pleading guilty to possessing more than 11,000 images of child pornography, as well as roughly 1,100 videos in a case unrelated to the murders. – See more at:

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2 Replies to “Worldwide Church of God Kid.”

  1. I’m sure that some people who are still devout in the Armstromg deception will raise their voices to state that Armstrongism didn’t cause this problem. In a sense, they may have a point, because these heinous acts are just so horrific that they are even uncharacteristic of the vile religious system that is Armstrongism. It’s not like the spawn of church members has caused an epidemic of this type of behavior.

    However, people turned to WCG/HWA, and the 700 Club of splinters for solutions, directly because those churches claim to have all of the answers. It is false advertising. They don’t. How many times have we heard stories about people who were predisposed to alcoholism, but who never drank prior to their Armstrong experience, developing into full-blown alcoholism because the church quoted scriptures indicating that wine and strong drink were commanded by God as part of the Old Covenant holy day rituals? How many parents, who had been abuse victims, read the childrearing booklet, which advocated breaking a toddler’s will by repetitive spankings with two fingers, and became even worse abusers than their non-WCG parents had ever been with them? The seeds for cruelty were also planted through vivid descriptions of what “the Germans” were going to do to all of the Laodiceans left behind. And, how much aberrant behavior and personality disorder was allowed to grow and flourish because false teachers would not allow consultation with outside professionals who were actually scchooled in dealing with these things.

    Armstrongism not only failed to deliver the healing which they promised. It was not just a neutral placebo, either. There were practices and beliefs which actually made certain problems much worse than they would have become if the problems had simply been left alone. And it is not “hate” speech to point this out. People who would call it hate speech are blinded to the concept of constructive criticism by the fact that they think the vilest of practices have actually come from God, and should be above criticism. They are wrong.

    BB

  2. I get reamed by the people of these cults for exposing Herbert’s misdeeds. How about the misdeeds of their children?

    When your in a cult the mind wraps everything around doctrine and expectations that can never be meet. The results are illness. Mental illness. This kid snapped and I don’t know exactly why, but I suggest he threw in the towel and took the path of least resistance. He murdered and raped. Raped a child.

    I am supportive of the idea that Armstrongism should be called a mental illness. From my days in the cult, what I saw, heard, and experienced, was a plethora of twisted thinking and contradiction. In time, this way of life became a collection of contradictions. Armstrongism had to go in order to restore the balance of the mind.

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