David Eels: Unleavened Bread

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What do you know about this guy and ministry?
 

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What do you know about this guy and ministry?
I never heard of him before. I went out to his website and kind of sounds like Wesleyan theology with some conspiracy theories thrown in.
 

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Never heard of him. According to this anti-Eells web site, he is allegedly not sound on the doctrine of the Trinity.

David Eells | Test All Things

From the same web site - Eells is accused of having unsound views on Christ's atonement.

The False Gospel of David Eells | Test All Things

A different web site - accuses of Eells of being abusive and making false prophecies.

Unleavened Bread Ministries (UBM) Warning (culteducation.com)

Yet another web site - more of the same, Eells is abusive and made a prediction about Planet X that didn't come true.

UBM Freedom: Hope and healing after life in a Bible based cult: Unleavened Bread Ministries IS a cult (unleavenedbreadministriesfreedom.blogspot.com)

A lot of people definitely think Eells is a weirdo - he appears to be a "Rebel Without Applause." I'll refrain from making any wisecracks about him being a "slippery" fellow.
 
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Nary a statement of faith on his Web site--no clear indication of what they believe. Red flag.

On the other hand, lots of goofy stuff about prophecy and eschatology. The numerological interpretation of the Columbia disaster was especially entertaining.
 

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(Some goofy stuff from Eells' web site (I have edited these excerpts)

This vision could mean that the President after Clinton falls at the same time as the nation falls (Mystery Babylon, the UN/USA), and that the final President (the one after Bush) would be a puppet communist President placed over the USA until Christ returns at Armageddon.
  • What to look for:(1.) Bush is president. - GREAT CONFUSION!!!
    (2.) Great problems for the country and believers.
    (3.) An outpouring in response to persecution.
    (4.) Historic events in the Mideast.
    (5.) A great destruction in the US. I wish I could be more specific. In the dream I saw a man who looks a great deal like Gore who presided over the destruction.

Vision received by Dumitru Duduman on Nov. 29, 1996. . . . "We won't say exactly, but it probably means that in another three years a great massacre will occur."

Al Cuppett - 04/17/2006

Subject: Catastrophic weather event(s) prophesied for Alabama; plus other prophetic events elsewhere. . . .

During the middle of our conversation, which I will detail below, I suddenly remembered what they did to Judge Roy Moore and the Ten Commandments last year. It was then that the hammer of reality fell upon our conversation. . . .

At some point, the USA will be "rent in the middle"; and be advised Dan Bohler and John Mark Poole have also prophesied this. The "rend" will be from "South to North". Brother Poole said the Mississippi River will reroute and come out through Alabama, instead of its current path to the Gulf. I acknowledge Bohler and Poole, but when Bob says it, the Father has spoken. It shall happen!


[Comment by Illinoisguy: There are a lot of people in fundamental Baptist churches who are "prophecy buffs" and are attracted to web sites like this one by David Eells that purport to provide inside information on the future. A lot of Baptists are followers of a similar "ministry," the "Tomorrow's World" web site and magazine. This is an anti-trinitarian offshoot of the original Herbert Armstrong "World Tomorrow" and "Worldwide Church of God" cult. The mainline WCG movement has repudiated all of Armstrong's heresies and adopted Trinitarianism, but splinter movements are still putting out their heresy, and using prophecy baloney as bait to attract Baptists to devour their teachings and maybe even send money].
 

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