Very good advice!

If you have been a long time member of Armstrongism and it’s various splinters, for many long and grueling years it is probably high time to consider this advice. This was originally aimed at the far-left secularists in the U.S. (and other western democracies) who want to take faith away from anything and everything public. No exceptions! This also applies to those in the XCGs who usually have a far-right theocratic fundamentalist worldview, too. Both seem to not mind being born party poopers. While the rest of us who see many shades of gray and don’t think ONLY in absolutes  would like to enjoy life from a very hectic and busy lifestyle.







Oh by the way, you might want to listen to the audio clip of  that radical leftist, black liberation theologian, a disciple of Obama’s pastor Jeremiah Wright, the one who said that the Bible has equal weight to the Koran, the Tao and every holy book who destroyed the God’s Church and threw it into heresy in that fateful year 1995! Well for those who live in the real world and don’t let paranoid imaginations dominate our thinking process, this African American pastor is a conservative (I’d say very conservative) in his theology and it if you don’t know anything about Reformed Theology of which his post-WCG theology is, here’s something on wikipedia  to get started on. Mr. Earl H. Williams in this audio clip is presenting a “third way”  on the Christmas issue by saying “worship Christ, but not Christmas. I hope those will give it a listen and hear another point of view that may be different from their own.  Listen here and enjoy!

Arm yourselves for the anti-Christmas spirit


Christmas is coming only 2 and a half months away and the Armstrongite splinters of the Churches of God will be in full gear to go into tirade that it is one of the most wicked and evil holidays one can celebrate. Sadly they do not differentiate between certain secular celebration and their failure to do so diminishes the seriousness of debate that they attempt to put forward. Another sad fact is that Armstrongites are on the side of atheists (of the more radical and angry millitant kind) and other socialist-minded politically correct people when it comes to being a scrooge or a grinch. A former anti-Christmas advocate by the name of Ralph Woodrow argued in his book Christmas Reconsidered that most of the fruits of fundamentalists who were stridently anti-Christmas were negative. Did this anti-Christmas campaign bring more people to Christ, Woodrow asked? Sadly the answer was a definite and decisive no. On the other hand, I do respect those who do not believe in the celebration of Christmas but do not demand world submission to their own world view and also who can see grey areas at the same time. An example, of course would be the Church of God (Seventh Day), Messianic Judaism and so on. For the hardline, hard-core Armstrongite who wants everyone to submit to him, WorldNetDaily has a Christmas defence kit. Go to and read all about it!