- Wade Fransson writing about the Hulme sect, CoGaic, which he describes as "slightly reclusive". The man has an obvious talent for understatement (see related posting).
- Leroy Neff's passing is noted.
- An attempt is being made to resuscitate Ron Dart's once popular CEM (Christian Educational Ministries).
- Bill Hawkins has a full page ad with the intriguing title "McDonald's Proves God Is Right." It's about customers cheating the burger joint by reusing Coke containers, thus proving to Bill that "society is sinking - and fast."
- Art Mokarow has bought up seventeen (I counted twice!) full pages in the same ad section. I'm guessing he'd be extremely lucky if seventeen people actually read them. Do you think Dixon gives him a bulk discount?
- Bob Thiel, the accidental prophet, wants us all to know that his magazine is now appearing in Kiswahili, Tagalog and Mandarin editions. No, really... (Any further comment on my part would be superfluous.)
- Phillip Griffith has taken to diagnosing the dead: "Smart people like Albert Einstein, Thomas Jefferson and Herbert Armstrong may have had Asperger's."
Saturday, 8 February 2014
158th Journal available
The 158th issue of The Journal: News of the Churches of God has been released. Some of the features:
Posted by Gavin R at 23:59