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Hobbes
02-07-2013, 12:32 PM
If ever a member of the christadelphian cult whips out his John Thomas in the course of a religious discussion, the following is useful to know:


The man that I had venerated as someone "raised up by God" to rediscover The Truth was a charlatan as bad as any corrupt American TV evangelist in our own times. (http://www.ex-christadelphians.com/2010/11/physician-who-doctored-truth.html)

antichrist
02-07-2013, 01:35 PM
If ever a member of the christadelphian cult whips out his John Thomas in the course of a religious discussion, the following is useful to know:

You are more patient than me in read all that to discover anything about John Thomas, Errol Flynn or Shane Warne

One needs to be a sucker to go anywhere near religions

Czentovic
02-07-2013, 03:19 PM
"Cato mirari se aiebat, quod non rideret aruspex aruspicem cum vidisset." - Cicero

("Cato used to say that he wondered that one soothsayer did not laugh when he saw another.")

ER
02-07-2013, 03:23 PM
"Cato mirari se aiebat, quod non rideret aruspex aruspicem cum vidisset." - Cicero

What if it was just a fluke though? :lol:

Kevin Bonham
02-07-2013, 03:27 PM
Nice link. The sad thing is that even when the prophecies of these cults are proven wrong, their followers continue thinking in the same manner as the founders (that something big must be just around the corner.)

antichrist
02-07-2013, 05:46 PM
Nice link. The sad thing is that even when the prophecies of these cults are proven wrong, their followers continue thinking in the same manner as the founders (that something big must be just around the corner.)

not always, when that Mission of the Coming Days predicted endtime about 18 years ago, their followers in KOrea, some of whom had acted on such and gave all possessions to Church and gave up jobs, tried to kill pastors when didnt occur. Was reported in Chinese media but not australian. Eventually the pastors were jailed for fraud as had deposited donations in fixed deposit for long period after supposed endtime deadline.