False Prophet Ronald Weinland was in Los Angeles. Even though he was speaking in the second largest metropolitan area in Manasseh and had people attending from San Jose, Utah, El Paso, and Arizona, as well as elder Ralph Dowd, evangelist Terry Wrozek, senior elder Ann Wrozek, and someone from the UK, the spokesman witness was able to speak to everyone present without sound amplification by having them move the chairs closer together.
Ron is looking forward to the elders training session at the end of February. He cautioned his members that they should not travel to Cincinnati that weekend expecting to socialize with the new elders. Nor should they stay in the same hotel with all the new elders, as they need to concentrate on learning their new duties. I can state your duties very succinctly: refer every question to the FAQs on the church website and if that doesn’t work, pass the issue on to Ron. Although Ron did pass the funeral for a member who died this week to senior elder Steve Dalrymple — I guess Ron’s too busy writing blog posts during the week to travel a couple of hundred miles.
Surprisingly, Ron did not mention the tragedy unfolding in Haiti due to the severe earthquake experienced there. But maybe not so surprising, since he’s switched from prophecy to the wonders of new doctrine. Looks like we’ll have to wait until Feb 6 for the next dose of new “truth” from God’s end-time Elijah-to-come.
Ron continued on the topic of relationships between the sexes, and their “rolls”. (“Roles” to the rest of us.) According to Ron, it’s against nature for a male to have long hair and for a female to have short hair. So here’s a little quiz. Of the two pictures of the long-haired and short-haired animals shown on this post, which is the male and which is the female? Check your answer here.
Now only 123 more weeks for Ron to tap dance for his members before the non-return of Jesus Christ.
A couple of notes:
- For those in Australia, the Compass program featuring Ronald Weinland is to be repeated tonight.
- xHWA has written quite an analysis of Weinland’s latest delusions.