Bob Thiel Lies

On Thiels cult website he writes:

“As far as false prophecies go, Herbert W. Armstrong had misunderstandings related to WWII and sometimes pointed to dates that he should not have–and we do not attempt to defend his errors. To his credit, however, he asserted that he was not a prophet.

Thiel, you need to repent!

3 Replies to “Bob Thiel Lies”

  1. The EU has 27 countries, not 10. Moreover, Herbert Armstrong wrote 1975 in Prophecy. He wrote the prophecies. He was a prophet. They failed. He was a false prophet.

    You can see the whole embarrassing thing here:

    1975 in Prophecy

    Here is a scholarly Psychology thesis showing the origin of British Israelism:

    British Israelism was the core teaching of the Radio Church of God and in the 1950s, no one could be baptized until they accepted it. It was not just the basis of the Worldwide Church of God, but also the false prophecies.

    Today we know from DNA, the Western Europeans, Americans, Canadians and people in Australia and New Zealand are definitely not of the tribes of Israel. The British Israel World Federation know this now and have been back pedaling to find something or someone to refute the science without much credible results.

    Herbert Armstrong had to have known, but he just had to have a ‘hook’ for his self-promotion to be bigger and better than the other churches of god, though he never actually achieved it. The Church of God Seventh Day and the Seventh Day Adventists were always much larger… and they actually had local church buildings, as opposed to having church on the radio. If you think of it, The Radio Church of God has to be one of the most stupid premises ever.

    And where is it today? Gone. Obliterated. So much for Jesus being with them always, not that he was ever with them at all.

  2. What will Thiel say when the EU goes belly up, and they will because they destroyed their bond market with negative interest rates?
    All the pension funds have to buy government bonds and they are failing. No way the EU can turn into HWA’s nightmare vision of a superpower.

    Expect this to happen this decade. Then watch and see these so called ‘prophets’ back pedal the rhetoric.

    1. Both Armstrong’s and Thiel’s pronouncements end up disappointing because their prognostications never amount to any where near expectations (if anything happens at all).

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