Archive Message - 1995

From braintree!!tstream Fri Nov 3 10:11:07 1995 Path: braintree!!tstream From: (Transtream Incorporated) Newsgroups: alt.christnet,,alt.religion.christian,,christnet.christianlife,christnet,evangelical,talk.religion.christian,alt.usenet.kooks,alt.religion.scientology Subject: Re: Steve Winter is a $cientologist! Date: 2 Nov 1995 23:50:36 GMT Organization: BrainTree Ltd. Lines: 25 Message-ID: <47blgc$> References: <45bacb$> <45jtea$> <45p2n1$> <460er0$> <462g7f$> <46b2m0$> NNTP-Posting-Host: X-Newsreader: TIN [version 1.2 PL2] Xref: braintree alt.christnet:48043 alt.religion.christian:59111 christnet.christianlife:1745 alt.usenet.kooks:25058 alt.religion.scientology:120392 : THE UNITED PENTECOSTALS AT A GLANCE... [... major cuts...] There's no need for him to admit to it publically here. He has done so in FidoNet any number of times and, in any event, his rhetoric and rabidity serves to indicate the measure of his involvement in this rather deadly brand of Christianity. What I find annoying is that he's probably here in a.r.s hopeing to participate as a "cult buster" acting as just another member of a rival cult. Sadly, Cult Awarness Network used to be a wholly positive and good group of individuals who pointed out the activities of groups like Scientology but, after the death of its founder, fell into corruption and ended up being nothing more than a rival cult pointing at other cults and denouncing them. That's what Steve Winter does. He points at rival cults and denounces them all the while demanding that _his_ cult is somehow better or superior. The fact that he's a Pentecostal nutcase with a strong hatred of gays and Christians doesn't have to be admitted publically inasmuch as his own words serve quite well enough to bring about his own undoing.


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