Call it deception or not but Deception is a staple child’s play for Soriano and his minions. They deceptively believe they have the truth even if they have not done the research to prove it, a defining factor of all cults. 899 more words
Tags » Eli Soriano
In my last article here and here, i provided point blank facts and made Jane Abao,(one of Soriano’s minions) taste her own medicine by exposing how Protestant abuse cases are higher than those in the Catholic Church-a contrast of Abao’s delusional accusations- something that shell shocked the self confessed cultist of the MCGI cult. 1,305 more words
(Please excuse me for such a blatant deviation from this blog site’s concept, however I feel the need to share my views on the power that has been virtually gripping almost each of us every single day and hope that somehow it will make a difference for you today.) 1,093 more words
NO ONE HAS REFUSED TO DEBATE SORIANO. HE IS THE ONE WHO NEEDS TO ACCEPT CHALLENGES By Aloysius Kayiwa
In a conversation with followers of Eli Soriano, you often encounter assertions like “If you are confident, why don’t you agree to debate Bro.Eli Soriano”. They talk as if any one has refused to debate their leader. 1,134 more words
We have been brought to the attention of the feud between run away rapist Eliseo Soriano/ his followers and a certain Catholic Priest Fr.Shott.
We can not waste time refuting his regurgitated nonsense.What Soriano is saying are repeated lies and innuendos which have been already refuted and exposed many times. 768 more words
As much as it might be difficult for Soriano’s followers and some other people to believe, the Ang Dating Daan or MCGI has occult connections as virtually every religious cult is. 1,519 more words
BEN DOUGLAS Part 5: SORIANO IS WRONG TO SAY THAT ANYONE MAY BE SAVED WITHOUT CHRIST. HE WRENCHES SCRIPTURES FROM THEIR CONTEXT!
And now, having sufficiently answered Soriano’s false Christology, let us answer his tritheistic beliefs. According to the orthodox faith, the faith once for all delivered to the saints (cf. 2,449 more words