Zeuszor has stated elsewhere that he thinks about the JC's morning,noon and night ( or words to that exact effect.) I do NOT do that with regards to the cult I used to be in or with JPUSA, the other cult that I expose on various sites on the net. Z's complete obsession with this cult is cult-like itself. Without his obsessive posting on this topic, it would have died out a long time ago. How on earth is that healthy? This "cause" of his has become his "god". Perhaps he's still ingesting magic mushrooms for inspiration. Give me a break! If Pete Evans or someone else from TFI was on these boards exposing cults would any of you remain silent? Who ever heard of "hiding" in one cult to avoid another? Don't you get it? It makes no sense. He needs to get a job. ( And quit whining to people behind the scenes.
Part of what I object to is you attacking Zeuszor on a thread that is supposed to be about the Jesus Christians. By doing so, you have aligned yourself with the cultists. If you think Zeuszor is out of balance or behaving in an unhealthy way, you should have found another venue to tell him so.
Again, 337 pages of postings on the JC's and McKay has created an ocean of comments with a few chunks of succinct facts thrown in. How is anyone who has never heard of this topic supposed to gain anything from 337 pages of postings? It would be like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Is there any other topic that has more pages than this one? Step back and look at the big picture here. This is nuts!
True, someone who has never heard of this topic is not likely to spend the time to wade through 337 pages. I don't think the discussion boards are intended for newbies to any topic. Once they get beyond about 3 pages I doubt that anyone is going to read them except for people who already have an interest in the topic. The point of a discussion thread is not to inform the curious--there are better avenues for that. A discussion thread is just that: a discussion. It can go on as long as the interested parties have something to discuss.
You might have a point about Zeuszor, Mark. My point is that this is not the right place to make that point.