The World Mission Society Church of God claims that their founder “Ahnsahnghong, who restored the Passover of the new covenant, is the second coming Christ-God” (©USA.WATV.org). Whether he was Christ, is another question, given that both his writings and his tombstone claim he was the Prophet Elijah (another spurious assertion dispensed with here), but what about the other churches that were celebrating the Passover […]Read more ›
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The World Mission Society Church of God celebrates the Sabbath from approximately 9 am until 10 pm on Saturday (yes that’s 13 hours in church every Saturday if you’re counting, and it’s absolutely exhausting). Despite the long day, many members stay until 12 am or later on the Sabbath to “study”. When I was a member, I remember a WMSCOG […]Read more ›
The World Mission Society Church of God claims that eternal life will only be obtained by those who celebrate the Passover. Regarding the Passover the WMSCOG says on its official website, “If anyone does not believe the message of salvation [the Passover], he cannot obtain eternal life”. Was the Passover Observed by the Apostles? In a discussion I had with a WMSCOG member regarding salvation by […]Read more ›
The United States Constitution affords all citizens the freedom to exercise the religion of their choosing. But when does a controversial religious organization such as the World Mission Society Church of God, cross the line from exercising the freedom of religion to committing religious fraud? Do potential members of the WMSCOG have enough information about the WMSCOG when they decide to join? […]Read more ›
In the “Truth of Life” section on the official WMSCOG website, the World Mission Society Church of God (WMSCOG) claims that the apostles of Jesus Christ observed the Sabbath on Saturday. I always understood that after Jesus’s death, the day of worship was changed to Sunday not only because Jesus fulfilled the old Law (Luke24:44, Romans 3:21), but because Jesus […]Read more ›
The World Mission Society Church of God (WMSCOG) claims that keeping the Jewish feasts is necessary for salvation. Do they keep them correctly though? Read on to learn how to calculate for yourself, and see how they keep the feasts of God incorrectly. Feasts Required For Salvation? The WMSCOG teaches that keeping the Jewish feasts (the feasts of God) is […]Read more ›