Evidence Against the Cult

There is much evidence regarding the cult activities:

  • lives of the friends of the workers
  • pictures taken of workers at conventions, special meetings and while traveling
  • letters by workers sent to the friends
  • form letters and bulk emails sent to the friends
  • notes taken at meetings by 2x2s
  • phone conversations with the workers (have someone else on phone with you)
  • emails (workers are careful about what they put in writing)
  • invitations that 2x2s hand out
  • newspaper invitations published by 2x2s
  • public preaching or workers
  • convention lists
  • workers lists
  • bible study lists
  • Bible margin writings of 2x2s

Evidence of Trade Craft

The cunning of workers in avoiding to put things into writing is evidence of their cult activities. They have pretty good knowledge of their tradecraft. Some even make up email addresses and only use it for one person.

Lives of the 2x2s

Paul wrote:

2Co 3:2 Ye are our epistle written in our hearts, known and read of all men: Forasmuch as ye are manifestly declared to be the epistle of Christ ministered by us, written not with ink, but with the Spirit of the living God; not in tables of stone, but in fleshy tables of the heart.

Just as the early believers of Jesus Christ were evidence of the gospel of the apostles, so in the same way the "friends" are evidence and the manifestation of the cult teachings of the workers.

This is why relatives of 2x2s often don't want their kids playing with 2x2 kids and why they avoid having them over at family events. Who wants their kids being taught that they're going to hell because their ministers don't go out in pairs or that they don't worship in homes?

The friends have been called to testify in hearings and trials. You can read about what such instance where a workers' lawyer tried to discredit one of the friends. See

Invitations to 2x2 Meetings

When I was a worker, Randy and I handed out invitations. These invitations had our names on it, where the meetings were being held, and the dates and time of the meetings.

Newspaper Invitations by Workers

Sometimes workers will publish invitations to their meetings in newspapers. They are usually very vague about what they believe and don't mention the name of their religion for fear that people won't come.

Evidence - Home

Bakersfield Notes

Margin Writings

Jay Wicks

True Ministry Claim

Boring#2 List

Craig Jacobsen's Letter

Howard Mooney Started

2007 Convention Assignments

2007 Letter

2007 Oregon Preps

2009 OR Special Meetings

2x2 Convention Notes

2x2 Testing Meetings


Organization Letter

2x2 Writings


Articles about 2x2s

Evidence from Questions

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