Is it true that Graner Ted Armstrong masturbated in front of the masseur?
Is it true that Garner Ted Armstrong did not use any birth control when he had sex with the
students at Ambassador College?
Sorry Martin, no one here names Douglas. However you can watch the video and make up your own mind here.
As far as condom use with AC females goes, I don't know.
(Martin writes again.)
Is it true that Garner Ted Armstrong had sex with fellow students at the Ambassador College?
Did he make any students pregnant? So where are the children?
How true is that accusation?
How true is that accusation?
Well there is a lot of testimonies about that on the PT. Use the
search engine on the site to discover your answers.
Did he make any students pregnant?
Besides his wife I do not recall.
I found your website a few days ago when I was trying to research The
Restored Church of God, which is one of the many splinter groups of
Worldwide and "the only true church of God." I was wondering if you
could direct me to other sites that have more information on this
specific group, or also on David C. Pack or his harsh assistant James
Turck. As I'd really like to know if anyone else has been treated as
harshly by this "church" because I've never felt so crushed in my
What does one do next? Can the government do anything about these mind controlling "churches"?
you for your time and for your site, maybe you can save people from
joining if you expose them enough as I wish I found your site sooner.
From the tone of your letter, I take it you got burnt by the RCG.
Below are some links that may help you.
Type in "Dave Pack"
bookmark: Armstrong Follower Held In Murder of Daughter
On James Turck, I can find nothing except his sermons. On the
as to what can be done with these cults, you may want to
consider the term "Undue Influence." Each case that is bought
against a corporate church is considered on the merits of
deception. Check with your lawyer.
Here is a link:
Now you want to know what to do after exiting the RCG? The first
thing is not to panic or allow guilt to have its way
Remember how your mind was conditioned.
"There is simply no proper
or honorable way to leave the cult. Period. To leave is to fail, to
die, to be defeated by evil. To leave is to invite divine
"Members are often taught that all kinds of bad things will happen
them if they leave: They will lose all of the spiritual progress
that they made while they were in the cult, or they won't be able
to get into Heaven, or the Devil or demons will get them, or they
will relapse and die of drugs and alcohol... That is another
standard cult characteristic: The Cult Implants Phobias."
Also may I suggest the book "Churches That Abuse"
by Ronald M. Enroth.
Alice, do you have a story to tell? We would love to post it.
Remember that to fight evil one must stand up to it! Let me know.
I am a survivor of the RCG and the WCG. I 'grew up' . . . was reared in
the RCG/WCG from 1954 to 1994. I am so thankful to see that I wasn't
crazy afterall. This website is such a blessing.
Thank you for writing. We do not often have stories coming out of the RCG. If you have a story you would like to tell, I would be more than happy to publish it. Please give it some thought.
The Bible is errant, and a way was provided to compensate for that fact.
The Bible twice declares that it is errant. The first declaration is
Matthew 13:33 which reads, "Another parable spake he unto them; The
kingdom of heaven is like unto leaven, which a woman took, and hid in
three measures of meal, till the whole was leavened." The second
declaration is Luke 13:21 which reads,
"It is like leaven, which a woman
took and hid in three measures of meal, till the whole was leavened."
A way to compensate for the errancy was thrice mentioned. The first
mention was at Deuteronomy 19:15 which reads, "One witness shall not
rise up against a man for any iniquity, or for any sin, in any sin that
he sinneth: at the mouth of two witnesses, or at the mouth of three
witnesses, shall the matter be established." The second was at Matthew
reads, "But if he will not hear thee, then take with thee
one or two more, that in the mouth of two or three witnesses every word
may be established." The third mention was at 2 Corinthians 13:1 which
reads, "This is the third time I am coming to you. In the mouth of two
or three witnesses shall every word be established." Their commonality,
which is the way to remove the leaven, reads, "In the mouth of two or
three witnesses shall every word be established."
you for your attention to this topic, and welcoming your
What's your point George? Looking for a pissing match?
My point was that the Bible provided a way to remove the errors in it.
Thanks for your previous reply,