Herbert W. Armstrong.
Was he a delusional man or a fraud?
HWA tried to convince his sheeple that he was spreading the word of God when in reality he was fulfilling his personal psychological need to be recognized by those who retained real power within the worlds power structure. If he could arrange a meeting with the Queen, Margaret Thatcher or even Charles, who he used to call the wicked Prince who will become the principal cause of the destruction of Britain, he could claim legitimacy in the eyes of his followers. Or so he thought.
This is the true story of Herbert W. Armstrong’s quest to weasel his way into the power structure of Britain.
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The answer? So The Radio Church of God Could be Founded!
This bit of propaganda from the pen of Herbert Armstrong is striking in that he tries to convince his readers that the church he founded will have a future falling away. He wrote:
“But Christ foretold a turning away from His Message. He said MANY FALSE TEACHERS would rise and mislead nearly all.”
What he couldn’t have known is that he himself would plant the seeds of destruction by appointing Joseph Tkach as his successor. So much for Herbie being a prophet.
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There can be no doubt after this, that The Radio / Worldwide Church of God was a cult.
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Myths are specific accounts of gods or superhuman beings involved in extraordinary events or circumstances which is understood as existing apart from ordinary human experiences.
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A believer is a bird in a cage,
a free thinker is an eagle, parting the clouds with tireless wing.
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