It Isn’t A “British-Israelite” Country, But It’s a Start
It doesn’t seem like a ban that would have much effect. After all, Hindus and Sikhs are not likely to be reading apocalyptic Semi-Arian unitarian literature in the first place, so there you have it. The books certainly have not been banned in one of the “British-Israelite” countries where the books have taken hold, regardless of how small the church claims its footprint is. But at least it’s a start.
“An official announcement said that both books contain material that may offend the sentiments of Muslims, Jews and Christians and is likely to create resentment among different religious groups.”
Um, hello, it’s Armstrongism — creating resentment among different religious groups is SOP amongst the Armstrongist Churches of God.
Thanks to Pentecost 2012 for scooping the news first.
Ambassador Watch has its own opinion.