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With suspensions, marking, and the "cut off" policy, we still have two children (over 21) in the PCG that have not spoken to us (parents and siblings) for over 3 1/2 years. How can they possibly not realize that they have also done these very things!!Ministers giving opposing advice, then demanding that you not talk to another so these discrepancies won't be uncovered. " What happened to Gerald Flurry's "open door policy"?As he relaxed backstage, his color returned and he was able to catch his breath more easily.Approximately five minutes later, services were concluded with a hymn and closing prayer by Stephen Flurry.January 6, 2014 Hello ESN, I too have been wondering lately what will happen when GF dies.How will they backtrack to explain the "eras" and "passing of the baton" then?
One minister was put out a few years ago because he would not advise people to divorce.
I have a personal interest as our family was once very involved in the PCG.
Serving as a deacon and deaconess with our children participating in everything from camp to AC students until our family--like so many others--was torn apart. I think about all the literature that PCG has produced about "shepherds scattering the flock" and how they are the only hope.
Since the PCG has gone to big measures to prove that they are Philadelphians in the Laodicean era, how will they explain the turnover of leadership again?
As my adult son (suspended and marked; former Armstrong College student) stated, they will find a verse in Ezekiel or somewhere that talks about the son of a prophet doing something and call it "new revelation" to attempt to explain these changes.
Someone at ESN was kind enough to email me and that put the nail in the coffin of the "cult of Armstrong" as far as I am concerned.