Re: Ex members of John MacArthur's church
Date: November 02, 2018 08:38AM
> I just wanted to say that the website "Watchman
> wakes in vain" that was mentioned by Bookwatch has
> a lot of good info that is surprising at first,
> but has been well -researched and cannot be
> ignored. Oh, and before anyone accuses me of
> being a shill, I do not know the people who
> compose this website nor have I had anything to do
> with putting it online. I have only had brief
> email correspondence with the webmasters and do
> not know them personally.
> Anyhow, if you are considering telling your story
> to someone this site may be a good place to start,
> as well as the present Cult Education Forum, which
> is more for describing the cultic actions of the
> One irony I've noticed is MacArthur's people have
> put up a couple blogs bashing this site, I can
> find links for you later if desired, that call it
> "conspiracy theory" and "tinfoil hat theology."
> The irony is both Lordship Salvation and Nouthetic
> Counseling are built on conspiracy theories. See
> earlier posts in this thread for what I mean.
I agree with your claims on what happened to you at the university and Lordship salvation. That watchmanwakesinvain website I don't think is helpful to your claims because it's a little too far out there for most people reading it. The KJV Onlyism that is promoted on the site I believe is wrong. Also, a lot of the conspiracy stuff is disturbing. I don't think MacArthur himself is a freemason since he preached a sermon against freemasonry. I don't think MacArthur is into Druidism. I admit that summer camp is disturbing to say the least. I think the person who did that site claiming wicked parents are face painting their children is stupid. I don't think anything is wrong with a parent doing face painting on their child. That just seems a little overboard and superstitious/conspiratorial to me. As for the Puritanical/cult behavior of GCC, I agree with you on many things.