FORT HALL, Idaho (AP) — A plan by a religious sect to build a three-story dormitory in Fort Hall, Idaho, has drawn protest from residents.
About three dozen members of The Church of the Firstborn and General Assembly of Heaven moved to a home on Reservation Road from Magna, Utah, this summer, adding a handful of trailers at the site, the Idaho State Journal reported.
I sort of wish writers were just a bit more ready to call something a cult.
You can find their website here http://thefirstborn.org/Firstborn/index.html
. It looks like it was made in geocities for a middle school project. But let's not condemn it for its looks, let's condemn it for its contents.
Apparently, there's a NEW revelation, a NEW set of stones that only one person can read.
Feel free to leaf through it yourself. If I were to isolate, extract, and reproduce all of the crazy in that website, I would have to copy and paste everything.
Suffice to say, the leader of this cult Terrill Dalton has discovered that, not only can he and any other male member marry as many women as they want, but God wants them to tithe to Dalton -- also, he is the new Jesus.
How does Terrill Dalton know this?
When we (he and the other witness who has decided not to follow God -- for some reason) were traveling we were doing much praying and reading of the scriptures. I was driving my friend was reading.
He opened the scriptures and was reading from the book of Revelation. He read chapter by chapter and came to chapter 11. When he started reading it, the spirit swept through the truck and we both knew some new knowledge and were both crying as the spirit was so strong.
Feel free to read on. It only gets worse and less coherent. If you love the English language as much as I do, you may find yourself in tears as well.
Though I must say, Jesus with a backdrop of atomic explosions is a nice touch.