I was inspired to write this article because of the overwhelming number of times I am asked this question when discussing World Mission Society Church Of God doctrine. It is always the same. If you ask a WMSCOG member a critical question or point out a contradiction in their doctrine, Ahnsahnghong, Zhang Gil Jah, etc., they answer with the question, “Do you believe the Bible?” So of course, as a person who believes in Jesus Christ, I say “Yes I do“. The next thing that often happens is that the member will start to dish out the pre-recorded info contained in their studies and never actually answer the question you ask them. Their fallacy is that if you say that you believe the Bible, then you must believe their interpretation of it. This is the non-sequitur logical fallacy.
So just to clarify, it is not the Bible that I have an issue with, it is the WMSCOG’s interpretation of it.
Note to WMSCOG members: Asking someone if they “believe the Bible” and having them answer “yes” does not prove that your interpretation of the Bible is correct. That’s non-sequitur.