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World Cult Watch host Rob Robinson’s topic this week is about people who were born into and brought up in abusive cults or authoritative religious communities. He encourages people who have been abused by a religious entity to call in with stories. Make up a name if you wish or just use your first name … it’s not about exposing your privacy, but the experience you had so that others can learn from your experience, avoid getting into the same situation, or learn how to heal.
Rob runs the “World Cult Watch” website, offering insight and hard-hitting stories about the teachings of various abusive and authoritarian cults. His show is sponsored by God Discussion. Please visit God Discussion's At-A-Glance Calendar for a schedule of upcoming shows.
Cults have to do with abusive behavior, not theology. In a Bible-based cult, the interpretation of the Bible is part of the controlling factor. The Bible itself is not the problem, but scripture is used to justify exploiting members to advance the leader's agenda.
Bible-based cults are the topic of this week’s “World Cult Watch” with Rob Robinson.
Rob believes that many churches today are turning into cults and will discuss why this is happening and why more and more people are falling into the trap. Is it a search for God? A quest for someone to tell us what to do?
Join the discussion and let us know what you think!~~~Rob Robinson's World Cult Watch airs every Sunday night on the God Discussion network. Please visit GodDiscussion.net for our upcoming show schedules, and learn more about cults at WorldCultWatch.org. This and other shows are brought to you by GodDiscussion.com, featuring daily religious and church/state news and commentary.
What's all this talk on cults? Every group can be considered a cult these days, and most often one does not understand what a cult is or the group they're naming. People often make up stories of what really happens.
Join us today as we delve into what a cult really is and defend groups that are making a difference in the world.
Are New Age cults a healthy alternative to the old religious dogmas or are they just another spiritual trap? From so-called “channeling,” to “energy healing” to “mystery schools,” the New Age offers a smorgasbord of alternative spiritual theories and practices that are supposed to enlighten and empower – appealing to people recovering from abusive faiths.
Is it safe to just jump in, or should you test the waters of each to find what is right for you? New Age cults, it seems, are infiltrating just about every aspect of life, from canonical religion to the quantum sciences. Tucked in between these realms are ancient aliens, the lost continents of Atlantis and Lemuria where people screwed up in past lives, and great big huge giants who have left their imprint on world affairs.
Join us as we explore the cultish beliefs of the New Age.~~~Rob Robinson's World Cult Watch airs every Sunday night on the God Discussion network. Please visit GodDiscussion.net for our upcoming show schedules, and learn more about cults at WorldCultWatch.org. This and other shows are brought to you by GodDiscussion.com, featuring daily religious and church/state news and commentary.
~~~~CULTS~~~~ 1 Jn.2:19 "they went out from us but they were not of us, if they had been of us , they would have continued with us, but they went out that they might be made known that none of them were of us." John is writing about those who denied Jesus came in the flesh (meaning they did not believe God came as a human and rose bodily). They left the fellowship of believers that were holding to the apostles doctrine. Today many other aberrations just as false have arisen, and giv
Join Rob Robinson of WorldCultWatch.org for his premier podcast, joined by GodDiscussion's Deborah as co-host.
In his premier episode of World Cult Watch, Rob will unmask:
What a cult is; What makes cults attractive; and How to spot a cult.
The World Cult Watch podcast is intended to (1) offer news and information about cults, and to also (2) provide a forum where cult survivors -- and those wanting to leave -- have a chance to talk and receive emotional support. Call in at any time to discuss your experiences!
This is a one-hour show, but 90 minutes have been reserved in case more time is needed. Please visit GodDiscussion.net for upcoming shows and GodDiscussion.com for religious news and commentary.
Witchcraft, Divination, Sorcery and Satanic Cults
Aspects of Satanic Power:
Divination: fortune telling, crystal ball, dreams, palm reading, tarot cards.
Sorcery: operates through objects, or things that produce a physical result, works through objects like rings, charms, amulets, and bracelets etc..., some kind of object given to you that has Satanic origin. Sorcery also works through music and dancing, much of rock and roll is energized by evil spiritual forces, and the people who get involved with rock and roll open up to demonic forces and must be exorcised of demons.
Witchcraft is the Dominating Satanic Force: It works by spells, curses and personal domination.
Women have suffered all kinds of physical, emotional, and sexual abuse in the name of religion. Host Collen Sautez asks, “Is it a surprise that these practices carry on even today?”
The first episode of “The X-Women Show” lands on Father’s Day Weekend, so Colleen has invited a father – and an activist – to be her first guest.
Over the past decade, David Love has become famous for his media work in exposing Narconon, the “drug rehab” campaign that is based on Scientology teachings. Colleen and David will be talking about Narconon and the steps of mind-control. They will also touch on how healing can and does take place, even in the aftermath of horrible experiences, and how to relieve the symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Colleen invites you to share your stories about women you know and love who were harmed in the name of religion.
Please visit God Discussion's "At-A-Glance" Calendar for upcoming shows.
BlackAfricanPower. A Well Organized Lie Deafeats A Disorganized truth every time.Dealing with the new up start Cults or those who go to barns-n-nobles and read books from the new world section and bring it back to our people as black history.And then make use pay for it.Wait wait wait ,then claim to be our leaders that care about us(Now that`s Tomfoolery) This is a detailed show dealing with the work of Ali Baba and the forty thieves And Minster Stinky
Is it possible to have a healthy faith? Cynthia Kunsman says yes. It’s from Cindy that we’ve coined the title, “Don’t commit mental suicide!”
A survivor of many years of spiritual abuse at the hands of the remnants of an aberrant Evangelical Christian group, Cindy points out that Romans 6:14 states, “You are not under law, but under grace.” Characteristics of what makes a cult, how brainwashing is achieved, and what constitutes spiritual abuse are just some of the topics she addresses at Under Much Grace – a webite also dedicated to healing from spiritual abuse.
Cindy is a nurse (RN, BSN), naturopath (ND) and seminary graduate (MMin). Most of her professional efforts concern the study of manipulative and coercive evangelical Christian groups, the recovery process from thought reform, and PTSD associated with such involvement.
Robert Robinson is very popular with ex-Scientologists for his work in supporting those who leave Scientology. He has recently launched World Cult Watch. Rob was heavily involved with Scientology from 1988 to 1995, where he served in various executive positions. His site offers insight about various cults’ teachings, delivers hard hitting stories about problems involving abusive, authoritarian cults, and aims to provide comfort for ex-cult members struggling with guilt, grief, anger and other emotions associated with spiritual abuse.
Visit GodDiscussion.net for more information about our guests and links to their websites.