The Divided Race of Islam
False Prophet Ronald Weinland was in Lubbock today. Last time he was there, long time members from the local area George Bobo and Wilburn Maeker gave the prayers. Perhaps they weren’t available for some reason as Ronnie imported Steve Blair from the Dallas area and Ralph Dowd from Cincinnati to give the prayers. Have George and Wilburn figured out that they were following a false prophet? I rather expect that unfortunately there’s another explanation.
PDFs of Ron’s publication Newswatch are available for download from the church website’s publication page. PDFs are also available from this website, follow the “Sermons” link at the top of the page and then look at the bottom of the page. The difference is that the copies on this website are scans of the publication as originally published including the original banners, and therefore include the original text, while the copies on the PKG website are reformatted. Since Ron has had sermons revised in the past, it wouldn’t surprise me to find that there are a few revisions to the articles as published on the PKG website in addition to the format changes.
Is there now an eleventh commandment? Thou Shalt Not Throw Paper Towels on the Floor. And perhaps an upcoming twelfth commandment? Thou Shalt Not Leave the Toilet Seat Up?
Ron is revising the baptism ceremony. Given all the other revisions he’s made, it will be interesting to see what they are — maybe dunking is no longer required and a sprinkle will do. 😀
Ron talked about the race [sic] that’s divided between Sunni and Shia and the strife between the two factions. He could instead have used Armstrongism which is now divided into hundreds of factions. The leader of one of the Armstrongite factions has even written a book calling for the deaths of other faction leaders. Which Armstrongite leader, you ask? There are pictures of him and the Mrs somewhere on this website.
The same Armstrongite faction leader called for my death 63 weeks ago. But that was the second time — the first time he called for my death was 98 weeks ago. These occasions were the first sabbaths of his prophetic timelines, so I expect he’ll be calling for my death yet again on the first sabbath of his third timeline.
Tags: Ralph Dowd