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UBF, an enemy of God 
26th-Jan-2006 09:54 am
The following is an excerpt from the UK UBF report by Paul Ridge. We see clearly in this report that UBF is an enemy of God. We also see that UBF theology turns a person into an agent of Satan. UBF theology demonized the any church of Jesus.

Our key verse this year was from Acts 19:9 about Paul’s daily discussions in the lecture hall of Tyrannus. Our hope was to grow in a serious study of the Bible and concentrate on disciple making. Looking back the reason Paul began this was because of Satan’s attack. As Acts 19:9 says ‘Some of them became obstinate; they refused to believe and publicly maligned the way’ (Acts 19:9).

This year Satan has worked in this way and hindered the commitment of some students who stopped study. Stuart, after 3.5 years of Bible study, of finding a faith and of common life, decided to move to another church. Undoubtedly this was painful. But people come and go. We recognise that the commitment of the ministry can be high and that it is not for all. Yet even in this we thank God that Stuart came to faith and has grown as a disciple of Christ.
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26th-Jan-2006 04:46 pm (UTC)
We recognise that the commitment of the ministry can be high and that it is not for all.

I see another problem in this statement. The problem is that UBF is deceptive and double-tounged. Do you remember the TV interview where the speaker for Toledo UBF claimed UBF is "a church like any other"? So what? Are they a church like any other or are they a high-demand group? Also, if the latter is the case, as they admit here, why do they invite everybody to their group, even and particularly unbelivers, and without mentioning this fact. If they are not for all, why do they invite all? And why do they never mention this fact in their invitation flyers?

Second, this statement "it is not for all" is a hidden message to the auditory saying those who "could not stand it" were not real Christians and only who can "stand the heat" in UBF are real Christians. This will incite their pride. They start to believe that if they would ever leave UBF they would be complete losers. It fosters the elitist mindset of UBFers that they are the only steadfest, hard-working and faithful people in the world.

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