Part I: The Corrupt Legacy of Herbert W. Armstrong

In this short series we introduce the new readers to the Legacy of Herbert W. Armstrong. His character, his life work, his corruption and sexual deviancy. 


Corruption is a blight that can infiltrate every aspect of society, including religious institutions. Herbert W. Armstrong, the founder of the Worldwide Church of God, was a charismatic figure who wielded immense power and influence. However, his legacy is tarnished by allegations of corruption, misuse of funds, and manipulation of his followers. Part one of this essay will delve into the dark side of Armstrong’s leadership, highlighting the corruption that marred his religious empire.

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The Money Apostles. (Also known as “The Dead Church Scrolls”)

Herbert was a man with a big mouth and an even bigger problem. He had angered the Lord by using his hirelings to terrorize and intimidate the little ones into submission. Thus, he earned himself no small amount of divine wrath, which came in full force when God smote him down before it was time for Herbert to pass away from this world.

But just before Herbert’s end, he begot Joseph who inherited both money that would come from sheep as well as church property – all of which were stolen by none other than Herbert himself! This inheritance allowed Joseph to have some solace after his father’s passing; however, one can only imagine what would have happened if such ill-gotten wealth hadn’t been acquired through theft but instead through honest work or charity?

It is unfortunate that someone like Herbert existed at all; not only did he bring harm upon those weaker than him but also brought shame upon religion itself due its association with such unscrupulous behavior. Nonetheless, we should learn from this story: it serves as reminder that there are consequences for our actions – especially those done out of greed or malice – regardless how small they may seem in comparison with larger sins committed against God Himself…

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