I am posting this so everyone will know why the member who wrote the article on Ripoff Report is so angry. The writer of the first linked article was here and does have his own church. The church is called St. Troy. I reviewed the churches online site and here is what they believe:
We believe that the savior of the world is a condition of the soul where all beliefs are in a state of absolute truth and the soul having grown from a seed state into a new-born baby god and that this condition is achieved through the act of repentance (belief conversion from falsehoods to truths) and the ingestion of the waters of everlasting life (the substance of the creator) into the soul, causing its growth, the requirement of becoming a child of god. We are our own savior. We believe that we must take responsibility for our own life because if we want immortality then we must do the repenting, the praying, the receiving of the waters of everlasting life, and changing our worldly, satanic ways into godly ones. We believe that part of what truth is 'what happens'. What happens to people who believe in saviors? They die, therefore, it is unwise to believe in ideas that lead to and have led others to death. What does not cause one to become an immortal organically is satanic.
We believe that the word of god is the universe, the laws of physics, the planet, and the human body, and especially what makes life thrive - all that god created and man has never touched. What god believes is The Truth and the universal origin of truth. What god creates is an expression of truth which makes all things god created and put into universal motion is a demonstration of truth that we can learn from. Therefore, the truth is in water, earth, the sky, plants, trees, animals, stars, galaxies, the human body and what makes it work. These are the teachings of the creator.
We believe that attaining faith is the absorbing of truth directly from god through his son, his expressed beliefs in the universe as all creation and life, and that these truth exist as memories, also known as our daily bread. And that through understanding the meaning of these experiences we can know the path to everlasting life, specifically, what actions to take to attain true immortality.
We believe that the spoken and written word cannot contain truth but rather lead one to god's truth as well as mislead people to satan's non-truths/lies. We believe that the bible does not contain the teachings of Jesus and that the bible misleads people off the path to everlasting life and that is one major reason why all modern bible believing Christians age and die having never found everlasting life and become born again.
We believe that due to the nature of faith and the design of the soul that we cannot believe in anything that happened outside of our own direct experience and that anything that has happened outside of our own experience is not rel event nor should it be believed in. Believing in anything that may happen in the future (e.g., prophecies and/or promises) is of no relevance. The only thing that matters is what is in the present moment, what we can experience as discovered the truth of the path to everlasting life and converting one's soul's condition to have everlasting life is what really matters to a Christeon.
We believe that Jesus was a great teacher of god's truths and an ideal to strive toward, however, because no one alive today has heard his teachings directly we cannot truly know the extent of what he taught and we must figure out life for ourselves to understand everlasting life, which is a very challenging task, or put our faith in the living who know and understand life and can teach us how we can attain everlasting life/immortality which will save us from suffering, disease, aging and death.
We believe that if we want answers to life we turn to god. Listen to most preachers who say "what does the bible have to say about life." Who cares what a book says. It is what god has to say about life that matters!
We believe that if the truth is found that it will set us free as it contains instructions, also known as the will of god, on how to live life in such a way that will make us immortal, however, getting into a state of truth is a process and doesn't just happen instantly. Whoever find the truth will become immortal, if they have the freedom to walk the path, and if they don't become immortal, if they all die without obstruction, they do not know the truth.
We believe that only those who have attained faith and have developed their soul enough to demonstrate a halo, energy that emanates from their head, and know the meaning of life, why we age and die, how to become immortal, and how to work to solve every single world problem are the only ones worthy and authorized to lead a congregation and/or teach/lead others.
We believe that the purpose of a church and fellowship is to facilitate unity of purpose and goals and to cause the change necessary to manifest the kingdom of god, a society with no violence, crime, poverty, slavery, disease, mental illness, aging, or death and that the purpose of the church is to cause its own obsoleteness through the fulfillment of the purpose of the church.
We believe in and value what we can experience. The past, historical events, person(s), the future, promises, and prophecies do not matter and contribute nothing to the future salvation of the world. We believe that believing in things we cannot experience can lead to death and destruction via infecting our souls with satan. Social engineering/brainwashing is based on believing in things we cannot experience.
We believe that a true church will teach the truth and that that truth will lead its members to knowing a way to becoming physically immortal. A true church will produce immortals who never age and die. If a church has been around for a least two generations, has had support both financially and materially during that time and has not produced an immortal, are not seeking the truth of life to end aging and death and/or are addicted to false doctrine then they are not a real church of life, Christ, Jesus, or god.
We believe in always seeking truth for becoming more and more conscious of all things refines what we know and can make what we believe, if not entirely correct, purified in truth.
We believe ultimately in seeking truth as the process of learning truth is never-ending. When one does discover truth continuing to seek truth is like zooming in on a telescope or microscope. You see more and gain more truth in the details that you didn't see before. Sometimes this is necessary because we can make mistakes and so in this process we refine what we know and understand and correct what we may have gotten wrong.
Yes, I did place them on MR and did change the members group to Nonbeliever. As you can see, the member did not have any biblical foundation where they would ever be considered a believer in Jesus Christ as scripture tells us.
As for the attacks, remember that nobody who is not in the battle is never attacked. Only those on the front lines get shot at! We are doing what He wills in order to have so much hate published against us.
If you need to know more about what this person believes and came here to teach, yo can find it here ... http://www.sttroy.life/