Cult Watch Newsletters Comments/Questions Ministry FAQ Contact Us Free Callbacks! Archives Removed Apologetics Introduction World Views Cult Profiles Free Cult Evangelism Materials Articles References Book Section Contradictions? Cults of Christianity Introduction Cult Listing Local Cults of Christianity Iglesia Ni Cristo Ang Dating Daan PMCC (4th Watch) Metro Manila Christian Church Ako Nga Kingdom of Apollo C. Guerrero's The Shepherd's Message Foreign Cults of Christianity Romanism Jehovah's Witnesses Seventh Day Adventists The Mormons Oneness Pentecostals Lord's Recovery Unification Church (Moonies) The Christadelpians The New Life Mission Church of Christ (Cambellites) Bride of Christ (SOAR) Manmin Joong-ang Church and Rev. Program Ang Dating Daan; Itanong Mo Kay Soriano Founder Mr. Soriano Brief History Born from a poor family in Pasay City, Philippines, Soriano claim to be an * His parents were members of Iglesia ng Dios Kay Kristo Hesus, Haligi at Suhay ng Katotohanan founded in 1936 by a former Iglesia ni Cristo (1914) follower namely Nicolaz Perez. At first, Soriano might have yielded to that decision but it did not take long before he along with a few others rebelled against Gugulan’s leadership.


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  2. eric   •  

    It's pretty easy to tell: They send the same message over and over, often with the same link.

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