new cult-- apostolos campus ministry --help needed
Date: December 16, 2006 08:32PM
To Brother Cresendo:
As you know well, we are a small young fellowship in Kenya and though this will be a lengthy post, we would like to take this chance to explain.
The IDs you are using make it seem like there's many people, but actually it's the same one (or two?) guys writing from various Internet cafes and different angles. And as you know well, we at Kenya ACM are only 5 members.
Anyone can see that there's a flow to these fake posts. Someone comes in one direction: "Hello, I'm Dr. Margaret Kilzono executive secretary on the 2nd floor¡¦"
Now you've posted again as someone's sister. But be honest ? among the 5 members in the whole fellowship, there was no one like the sister that you are referring to. You criticize first and we are only replying to your criticism.
This last post complains how we don't reveal. "If only we didn't 'cover up our tracks¡¦'" But who is covering? Actually, we want to reveal everything. We tried. But what did you say when we met face to face? You said, "Where is the evidence? It's not me! I don't have a problem with ACM¡¦"
I'm disappointed by your indignant tone, as if you are someone who really loves justice. But you have no interest in justice at all ? only agitating and twisting the truth.
You are the one who uses the Kenya Church and the people whose identities you've stolen, like the famous "Margaret Kilonzo" How ridiculous to threaten Bible Study students by investigation with Kenya National Security!
And you distort the meanings in Bible Study. In John 21:15-17, the message is "Feed my sheep." My sheep is talking about the sheep of Christ. In other words, the sheep belong to Jesus Christ. The point is that we need to be the ones who tend His sheep with the loving heart of Christ. But you twist is around and accuse the person who teaches "tend sheep" of saying he's Jesus Christ.
And you do the same thing when you talk about money. If we pay a stipend for work, you call it a bribe. Hearing you say that is disappointing. Do you really think we bought someone with 280 USD like you accused us of doing? As a Christian with a conscience, can you really distort the facts to that point?
In the same way, you call fellowship membership cards "contracts"¡¦
If you don't speak the truth, then we cannot help but go about things legally, just like the moderator suggested. Christians going to secular court is shameful. But we'll do this legally if that's what it takes. Then you'll know we we're not covering up any tracks, but rather saying everything justly and fairly. And if there is any issue with faith let's be judged by a church leader, third party, or church organization.
It seems we have almost reached the end. I hope that everything will end with my explanation here.
Lastly, I want to say that I think this is not a battle between you and Kenya ACM, but a battle between yourself and your conscience. We will earnestly pray for you.