Para po sa mga Kapatid na ngayon pa lamang sumusubaybay ng mga artikulong aking inilalabas sa Social Media upang ilantad ang mga katiwalian sa loob ng Iglesia, lalo na sa hanay ng mga Ministro sa Sanggunian, nababatid ko pong marami sa inyo ay magugulat, magtataka, malulungkot o magagalit sa akin dahil sa inyong matutunghayan sa […]
Now, where have we seen this behavior before? The constant need to project an image of false victory and supremacy in order to cover up a defunct and already-crumbling spiritual infrastructure. The Church Administration under the current Executive Minister, Eduardo V. Manalo has shifted from the true and pristine doctrines that promote love, faith, and … Continue reading Eduardo V. Manalo's Church Engaging in Classic Cultic Behavior
Scandal after scandal, the Iglesia Ni Cristo Church Administration headed by Eduardo V. Manalo and his Sanggunian Ministers (Council Ministers) continue to terrorize expelled members, especially those who are vocal and highly critical of the corrupt church officials. One form of terrorism that this Church Organization constantly practice is the ABDUCTION of anyone whom they … Continue reading IGLESIA NI CRISTO LEADERS LINKED TO TWO MORE KIDNAPPING CASES
YES. BIG TIME! This post was first published on May 22, 2015. I will not delete this article, rather, I will UPDATE them since a lot have been asking me why my stand has allegedly changed over time and that I am not the same AE as before. So let me put it out … Continue reading Did Antonio Ebangelista commit a mistake about Eduardo V. Manalo?
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines VENERATION as “Respect or awe inspired by the dignity, wisdom, dedication, or talent of a person”.Â [Source:Â https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/veneration] Wikipedia defines it as “Veneration Â Philologically, “to venerate” derives from the Latin verb, venerare, meaning to regard with reverence and respect. [Source:Â https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veneration] Is there anything wrong with showing high respect and reverence towards people who … Continue reading A Culture of Deep Veneration for Eduardo V. Manalo