Paul's Passing Thoughts

Church Procedure For Controlling Parishioners

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on November 14, 2017


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  1. John said, on November 14, 2017 at 7:50 AM

    The graph is 100% correct. The “Keep ’em Busy” part is a most dangerous thing.This evil movement thinks up any darn thing to keep one’s attention away from the truth. Go to the nearest Protestant false gospel church near you (even today) and ask them when the next “weekend away” rubbish is. It’s bound to be soon. Or those “activity evenings” that produce some interesting fruit nine months later . . .

    Anyway, church discipline starts the minute you set foot in one if these spiritual death camps. You may think you’re worshiping the “sawvrinn’ gawt” but in reality, the gas chambers are being prepared for those who stray and who do not bow before Herr MacArthur, Herr Piper, Herr Sproul, Herr Calvin, Herr Luther, Herr Washer, Herr Phil Johnson, etc. Before you know it, a vulgar, pathetic ACBC counselor is assigned to you. At that point, you can kiss your life, your wife (husband), and your dignity goodbye.

    Solution? Stay away from the whore that comes in the guise of Protestantism, Calvinism, Reformed rubbish, and attached smells. And if anyone thinks my calling it a whore is harsh, then you have not yet suffered or seen the spiritual STDs this thing brings.


  2. Andy Young, PPT contributing editor said, on November 14, 2017 at 9:49 AM

    I witnessed these very things at Calvary Bible Church in Columbus, OH. ( Except the “Midweek Flock Groups” were replaced with 5th Sunday “Shepherd Groups” in lieu of a Sunday evening service in any month that had a 5th Sunday.


    • John said, on November 14, 2017 at 10:53 AM

      The “movie nights” used to crack me up. I never went, of course.

      And the variations on a theme were weird. Mother/daughter weekends; Father/daughter weekends, etc. They always wanted to know why I was not interested in these weekends and stuff. One day I had had enough and said, “Do you really think I’d risk my daughter’s health and safety on a weekend away with some of the pervs in this place?”

      That was about the time I was put on the blacklist, more or less.


  3. Andy Young, PPT contributing editor said, on November 14, 2017 at 4:48 PM

    I shared this chart on Facebook today and tagged my former church. I think I got someone’s attention. LOL

    I notice that he never stated that they don’t engage in any of the listed practices. Only that it doesn’t agree with their “values”. That’s kind of like saying we don’t have any pedophiles in our midst because it isn’t in line with our values.


    • John said, on November 14, 2017 at 5:18 PM

      Tell him to get on the bus at the nearest Calvinist bus stop . . . the one that goes to “Who Cares.” There is a nanoscopic threat in his post, Andy. Expect the ZZ officers to come knocking down your door and confiscate your lavender bath soap. Hear the authority, the Calvinist iron hand: “I’m asking that you remove and refrain…blah blah blah.”

      You won’t budge, Andy. I know you a little. Reply with the biblical gospel, and ask him to compare the Bible’s values with that of his “church’s” or whatever that thing is pretending to be. You think they sell CafĂ© au lait Between services?

      I know what this guy is scared of. The truth.


    • republican mother said, on November 15, 2017 at 11:33 AM

      This is why I don’t have Fakebook, too many temptations! I could waste a lot of time driving these people up a wall. I guess you could send a copy of the first amendment for him. So cute that he “asks” you to “refrain” like you’re some out of control lunatic that is just on the hunt to denigrate his “sheep harvesting center”. You know, if people were implying my organization made someone upset enough to draw out a flowchart of grievances, I’d have some introspection, but an institution can’t introspect. But according to Mitt Romney, “corporations are people my friend” (evil smile). And most all American church buildings are 501c3 corporations.


      • Andy Young, PPT contributing editor said, on November 15, 2017 at 12:27 PM

        LOL, right. Rather than engage in introspection, as you say, as to the validity of grievances someone has against them, they completely ignore said grievances and turn it back around on you wanting to know if YOU require an explanation or clarification of their “values.” What a riot!!!


      • John said, on November 15, 2017 at 3:24 PM

        “Fakebook.” I’ve been using that name for years! No, RM, expect no introspection from the likes of the Conn man. You are insulting the holy of holies . . . Calvin and the mad hatters, and that is a sin like no other. It’s even a bigger sin than coveting your neighbor’s bummer. or is it Hummer? or is it “I don’t care”? Didn’t you read that they have a “philosophy of ministry”? Ooh, aah, smell the hipsters, their coffee, false doctrines, deadly false gospel, and indoctrinatory techniques second to none.

        He can really, with all kinds of respect and whatever, take his “removes” and “refrains” and hop along. May the truth hurt.


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