Break out the Kool-Aid, We’ve Been Designated a CULT!

Check it out! By Holy Decree of Creation Ministries, Unitarian Universalism has been declared a cult:

In studying the nature of cults or being involved in counter-cult ministry, Christians begin to notice a consistency in poor theology, translations and interpretations. It should come as no surprise, then, that most of the leading Christian cults today are unanimous on one point; their rejection of straightforward biblical creation.

While there is more to Christian orthodoxy than acceptance of a literal six-day, six-thousand-year interpretation of Genesis 1–2, its rejection means that the entire theological foundations of any group are unorthodox. Thus, it is probably no coincidence that virtually all of the main contenders for cult status—Unitarian Universalism, Christian Science, the Emergent Church, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormonism), Christadelphians and Jehovah’s Witnesses—deny biblical creation.

Okay, a “main contender for cult status,” but still. We’re even listed first! Surely that means we’re the most cult-like of them all. Also included:

  • Christian Science
  • Mormonism
  • Christadelphianism (I had never heard of this)
  • Jehovah’s Witnesses
  • The Emergent Church
Personally I’m excited. I’ve always wanted to belong to a cult.
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About Angie Andriot

Perfumer. Sociologist. Professor. Solopreneur. A little bit obsessed with cultivating business skills at the moment.
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2 Responses to Break out the Kool-Aid, We’ve Been Designated a CULT!

  1. Shannon says:

    Hi! I’ve been meaning to leave a comment here since you posted this. Wow. I’m totally in a cult. I don’t feel any different.

  2. Johnb984 says:

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