Monday, May 7, 2007

News - More evangelical connections to the VaTech massacre

Reports are surfacing that the VaTech shooter had yet another tie to extreme right-wing fundamentalist churches. It’s being reported that the mother of the shooter had sought the assistance of the members and pastor of the One Mind Church of Woodbridge Virginia before the shootings occurred. The pastor of the church, Rev. Dong Cheol Lee, described a “Demonic power” that had taken hold of Cho.

News reports are calling the One World Church a Presbyterian congregation. Deeper research into the church finds that it is associated with Darakbang evangelism within the Remnant Movement (Restoring the Evangelism Movement Needed in All Nations Today) which is also associated with the Seventh Day Adventists. In total, there are 5 of such churches in the Washington DC area.

One can only wonder how visions of the apocalypse and the Book of Revelations would have had an effect on a mind control subject. For more news and postings about the VaTech shooter, click HERE.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Remnant movement in question is a Korean Presbyterian movement, not the 7th day adventitst, although the use of the word remnant may come from the same passage.

The CT blogger said...

Annonymous poster. Thank you for pointing out the error. I have made a correction to the post to properly reference the Remnant movement in the context of this post. Your comment is very much appreciated!

Anonymous said...

REMNANT emphasizes evangelism and the Gospel according to Scripture, not the apocalypse (do you chastise Billy Graham?). Perhaps you should listen to a message before passing judgment. www.darak.net And correct, REMNANT has nothing to do with 7th Day Adventists. In fact if anything, REMNANT is non-denominational. It just goes by the Bible. No more no less.

Anonymous said...

And mind you, Cho's mother went to One Mind Church for help. Cho himself had minimal contact with the church at all, if any. Before the pastor had a chance to intervene, the crime was committed. So in blaming the church, you in essence are blaming all of America, except that America didn't open its doors when the mother came knocking. Think about it.

The CT blogger said...

Anonymous said...
REMNANT emphasizes evangelism and the Gospel according to Scripture, not the apocalypse (do you chastise Billy Graham?).

CT Blogger - The apocalypse *is* a component of scripture. Is it not? Ignoring your Billy Graham question as it does not apply in this case and only works as a straw man argument.


Anonymous said...
Perhaps you should listen to a message before passing judgment. www.darak.net And correct, REMNANT has nothing to do with 7th Day Adventists. In fact if anything, REMNANT is non-denominational. It just goes by the Bible. No more no less.

CT Blogger - Non-denominational status is even more appealing to covert operations as less oversight and attention would be required or found in a non-denominational church than one associated with a large organization.

The CT blogger said...

Anonymous said...
And mind you, Cho's mother went to One Mind Church for help. Cho himself had minimal contact with the church at all, if any.

CT Blogger - That doesn't jibe with the known history of his association with churches. His attendence may have waned during hisa time at VaTech but he and his family were deeply involved with their chosen churches.

Anonymous said...
Before the pastor had a chance to intervene, the crime was committed.

CT Blogger - The pastor was convined that Cho was "demon possesed", how do you believe he would have "intervened"?

Anonymous said...
So in blaming the church, you in essence are blaming all of America, except that America didn't open its doors when the mother came knocking. Think about it.

CT Blogger - I didn't blame the church, I pointed out the connections Cho and his family had to churches that are known to have direct involvement with the US Intelligence Community.

Can you explain your reasoning that blaming a church for something is the equivelant of blaming "all of America"? I am also confused by your comment, "America didn't open its doors when the mother came knocking." Can you explain this comment? Cho's mother is a legal immigrant to the US, therefore it seems to me that America *did* open it's doors to her.

Anonymous said...

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We simply go by what the Bible says, no more, no less.