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Date Posted:03/03/2011 9:02 AMCopy HTML

THERE is alot about rules that are in the grc, when you walk by the spirit you dont need rules because the spirit teaches you all thing .Wake up noel and the rest of the pastors for what will your end be .I read about alot of hurt in the grc ,when some one says they are the only true church then the warning signs are there . People get brainwashed quite easy as i was when i was in grc ,when you leave you are told that you are going away from the lord , fear all the time very controling.
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Date Posted:03/03/2011 11:27 AMCopy HTML

Wrong forum, we have fixed the fear and law in RCI, if indeed it was ever there. Most of it was in the imaginations of people who would have been discontented anywhere, as they still are, on this forum, such as the ranting ex-army twit who now runs his own cult of one.

You want the GRC forum below.
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Date Posted:03/03/2011 11:34 AMCopy HTML

Alan, Alan, Alan. Tsk, tsk, tsk.

Wrong forum, we have fixed the fear and law in RCI, if indeed it was ever there. Now if your masters could just fix the arrogance, the ignorance and the heresy, you might enjoy a modicum of credibility. Most of it was in the imaginations of people who would have been discontented anywhere, as they still are, on this forum, such as the ranting ex-army twit who now runs his own cult of one. Ha, ha, ha. 'Yes' ... clearly the 'problem' was/is in the minds of the thousands who've abandoned the shipwreck that is Revivalism.

You want the GRC forum below. From the sounds of things, you want the GRC too. With your attitude, you'd clearly fit in with that 'crowd' rather well.

Goose.

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Date Posted:03/03/2011 5:25 PMCopy HTML

Your reaction is predictable. Wolves tend to follow a pattern, because they don't think for themselves, not having much brainpower.
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Date Posted:03/03/2011 9:39 PMCopy HTML

 @Sardius

What is it that you don't get about Ian's postings being firmly rooted in Biblical Christianity that you don't get? RCI is in fact the miniscule sect!

BTW RCI lost around 80% of its membership in one fell swoop only about 15 years ago because its leader refused to recognise that his "morals policy" conflicted with the biblical principle of forgiveness and restoration. If the "fear and law" have been fixed, why haven't you reconciled reconciled with them ie RF.

PS I left RCI because of that "policy" and I subsequently left your RF clone because I finally saw that your "salvation message" contradicted Scripture.
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Date Posted:03/03/2011 10:10 PMCopy HTML

Good morning, Alan.

Your reaction is predictable. What can I say? I'm a predictable sort of guy. Wolves tend to follow a pattern, because they don't think for themselves, not having much brainpower. Given your religious affiliation, clearly you'd have more first-hand experience of 'wolves' than I. If such 'beasties' are as dull as you've inferred, then Canis Lupus clearly has much in common with your average representative of Homo Revivalus.

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Date Posted:04/03/2011 12:14 AMCopy HTML

Reply to sardius

Wrong forum, we have fixed the fear and law in RCI, if indeed it was ever there. Most of it was in the imaginations of people who would have been discontented anywhere, as they still are, on this forum, such as the ranting ex-army twit who now runs his own cult of one.

You want the GRC forum below.
Sorry for posting on the wrong forum ,Ian were you in any of the revival centres if so which one .

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Date Posted:04/03/2011 1:47 AMCopy HTML

Guest,

Sorry for posting on the wrong forum. Trust me, you don't need to be apologising to 'Sardius' (Alan Campbell). Ian were you in any of the revival centres if so which one. Revival Centres International.

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Date Posted:08/03/2011 9:00 AMCopy HTML

Galien,

This crap goes on in all religious organisations, not just Revival. It also goes on in non-religious organisations too. Ian was in revival for five minutes, doesn't make him an expert. I was in the RCI for three years, long enough to work out the broad contours of the 'system'. However, since around 1995 I've researched, and in considerable detail, the doctrines and the practices of the two principle Revivalist sects. I've visited scores of assemblies throughout Australia, I've corresponded with hundreds of leaders and followers, and I've read thousands of pages of material produced by, for and about these groups. What makes me an (perhaps even 'the') expert on Revivalism is the level of the research and analysis that I've undertaken. If anything he studied the oversight very carefully, and he operates just like them. Yeah, sure I do. Having been the owners of social control for 2000 years, christian churches are not going to give up their power, ever. More fool those who continue to believe their lies. More fool those who are silly enough to trust your uninformed and ignorant opinions, actually.

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Date Posted:17/03/2011 2:07 AMCopy HTML

Galien,

On this forum you have your followers, but in the great scheme of things, no one knows or cares who you are or what you think. Yet another ignorant statement from one fixated with me, and who seeks to turn every discussion on this forum to be about me. Let's briefly consider and review your latest claim, shall we? Even if we limit my influence to simply Revivalism for the moment, there are thousands of Revivalists and former Revivalists the world over who 'know' who I am, and who 'care' what I think (either positively or negatively). Also the leaderships of the principle Revivalist sects care a great deal when I publish and distribute commentary on their doctrines, policies and practices, as my work invariably impacts their assemblies. Messers Longfield, Kuhlmann, Williams and Hollins know me by name and reputation; do they know you?

The obvious question then becomes, who seeks out your advice or opinions, Tracey? Who takes an interest when you 'lift your pen'? I suppose if we were to throw around the gauntlet of 'relevency', many would be looking with askance in your general direction.

In closing, yet again you've demonstrated that you're never short of opinions, just facts.

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Re:people walk by fear and laws

Date Posted:30/03/2011 11:26 PMCopy HTML

As an osessive [sic] introspector, and olympic champion of kicking the shit out of myself for everything whether I did it or not that is hardly likely to be the case

But such, as we both know, does not prevent someone from thinking they're right when they could well be wrong.

Anyway, if you think that the Xian worldview creates problems, just wait until another one really takes hold here ... for example atheism "red in truth or claw", or theisms where submission to leaders is *really* expected.

Late correction: "red in tooth and claw" ... Darwin would be spinning in his grave.
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Date Posted:30/03/2011 11:37 PMCopy HTML

'Isms' all become 'Schisms'

People need to awake from their egoic obsession of being 'right' and others 'wrong' if there is to be peace and harmony, and that includes Christians.

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Date Posted:30/03/2011 11:42 PMCopy HTML

Dog,

People need to awake from their egoic obsession of being 'right' and others 'wrong' if there is to be peace and harmony, and that includes Christians. Any 'peace' and/or 'harmony' that isn't based on an appreciation of 'truth' and/or 'fact', isn't 'peace/harmony' at all, it's simply delusion. Ignoring the 'elephant' in the room doesn't make the 'elephant' any less real, and neither will ignoring him make him go away.

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