References to: Herbert W. Armstrong

Overview of Doctrinal Errors in Herbert Armstrong’s Mystery of the Ages

Shortly before his death in 1986, Herbert W. Armstrong, founder of the Worldwide Church of God, compiled many of his older works into one volume, titled Mystery of the Ages (MA).  In 1987, the WCG discovered what it considered to be significant discrepancies between MA and the Bible, and for this and other reasons ceased printing the book. At the same time, the church began to discover and review other biblical discrepancies with church doctrine. By 1995, the church had undergone major changes in doctrine and scriptural interpretation.

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J. Michael Feazell
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A Short History of Grace Communion International

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A Brief History of Grace Communion International

In the early 1930s, Herbert Armstrong began a ministry that eventually became our denomination. He had many unusual doctrines. These he taught so enthusiastically that eventually more than 100,000 people attended weekly services. After he died in 1986, church leaders began to realize that many of his doctrines were not biblical.

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Roots of the Worldwide Church of God

Roots of the Worldwide Church of God

This chart shows the historical relationships of the Seventh-day Baptists, Seventh-day Adventists, Church of God Seventh Day, Advent Christian Church, Church of God Abrahamic Faith, Jehovah's Witnesses, etc. The chart is based on information available in 1996; we are not attempting to keep it up to date.

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