Nearly half the nation’s 104 circumstances have been linked to a follower of the controversial Shincheonji Church of Jesus : worldnews

What’s regarding is that a few of these self-destructive beliefs are much more widespread in main faiths of the US. Having attended an evangelical Christian fundamentalist college and church for a number of years, I can say from first-hand expertise (regardless that I completely disagree with it) loads of what they preach is an emphasis on praising “what comes after” the destruction of mankind. Earlier than we will get to that time of this promised utopian paradise the place God/Christ will deliver the Earth into the Kingdom of Heaven, there must be a interval of nice struggling, battle, and catastrophe. In a really bizarre and twisted sense of irony, whereas praising the fantastic thing about the world as God’s creation, loads of these individuals don’t really feel a way of accountability to nurture and defend the earth and wildlife to stave off catastrophe and struggling.

I’d argue with them that if God gave us this particular, valuable factor, then we must always actually work laborious to maintain it clear and protected and sustainable. As a substitute, their objective appears to encourage damaging actions that may hasten the “Finish Instances”. Dissipate no matter sources we will as a result of our destruction is inevitable, and help wars as a result of sure kingdoms have to be destroyed earlier than so as to fulfill the prophecies and so forth.

It is virtually like a spoiled youngster who thinks the earlier we break our toy, the earlier dad will get us a brand new one.

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