Christianity? Not! (9/24/14)

I find it interesting that Tactics felt comfortable enough to draw a comparison of life within the Calvary Temple Cult to religious persecution in the Middle East. I did post a brief comment to this Tactics’ blog post back in 2014 (“What a comparison, one that I quite frankly, had not considered before. But you know what? I think this post is spot on…STAY AWAY from CT! Please!”), but as usual, I have a little more to say about it now.

Christianity? Not!

Tactics wrote:

“More and more are fleeing our church, knowing the wicked deeds that our leadership commits without remorse.

What goes on here is like a news broadcast on the religious persecution in the Middle East. “[Pastor] is very clear on these issues. The deal is very simple. For those who live under the rule of [Calvary Temple] the options are: one can flee, convert, pay a fine, or be put to death. There will be no co-existence.” (When pastor says, “Put to death” he does not mean physical death; instead, he means spiritual death. To him it means: marked, put away, cast away.)

Um, which faith are we talking about? Certainly not the faith of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.”

While none of this is funny, I did have to chuckle just a little bit at Tactics’ rhetorical question, “Um, which faith are we talking about?”

Exactly.

Allow the Mirriam-Webster Dictionary to define the word persecute for you:

Definition of persecute

persecutedpersecuting transitive verb
1to harass or punish in a manner designed to injure, grieve, or afflict; specifically to cause to suffer because of belief
2to annoy with persistent or urgent approaches (such as attacks, pleas, or importunities).

Calvary Temple’s persecution/destruction track record conducted on people and families both inside and out of CTC, unfortunately, is horrendous. And before you draw a premature conclusion that CT is nothing like what is happening in the Middle East (and other parts of the world), take another look at what Tactics states:

““[Pastor] is very clear on these issues. The deal is very simple. For those who live under the rule of [Calvary Temple] the options are: one can flee, convert, pay a fine, or be put to death. There will be no co-existence.” (When pastor says, “Put to death” he does not mean physical death; instead, he means spiritual death. To him it means: marked, put away, cast away.)” [Emphasis (bold) added by me]

To be clear, this is what Bob Scott dictates within his cult…you either do what he says, or there will be consequences. There are no if’s, and’s, or but’s.

Here are your choices:

  1. Flee
  2. Convert
  3. Pay a fine

And if you don’t

  1. You will be put to death*

*CT’s definition of death, according to Wolf Bob Scott “does not mean physical death; instead, he means spiritual death. To him it means: marked, put away, cast away.”

Remember folks, this is taking place RIGHT NOW in the good old US of A, in the richest county in the nation. You don’t have to travel around the world, you can find this abuse right in your own backyard.

But while others are decrying the horrible situation of Christians in other countries, the silence in Loudoun County is downright deafening.

On this blog on the “About” page you will find this quote:

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”

Edmund Burke (1729-1797)

Bob Scott has been allowed to wreak havoc, nay, persecute people for going on well over 40 years now. Just how much more damage and abuse should he be permitted to do? Isn’t it time that we say that enough is enough?

I most definitely think so.

#exposecalvarytemple

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