Some commenters beat me to this, so, I apologize for the late post and thank you for helping out.
The latest from CBCP News:
Bishop Reyes Sheds Light on CFC Split
Here's a direct link to the .pdf file:
or copy and paste this into your browser
Instant gratification here:
Now I invite you to visit a past post on the FFL reactions and rejoinders, along with some very insightful commentary:
Here (a good one...),
and finally here.
I'm noticing a surge in incredibly well written comments from people whose experience in CfC and love for it far, far exceeds mine. It has been most humbling. Please keep it up, you have my deepest gratitude.
I have also turned on a feature of Blogger that allows you to email a particular entry to other people. Please look for this symbol:
at the bottom of each entry and click on it if you want to email that entry to someone. If there is an entry that you feel should be seen by friends, brothers, and sisters, please don't hesitate to let them know. The word needs to get out.
Now I'd like to ask these questions in light of these developments:
If the FFL is now considered a separate entity from CfC (even if they haven't been approved by the SEC), do they then have a right to collect tithes meant for CfC and donations slated for GK?
IF they represent themselves as CfC and attempt and/or succeed in receiving tithes and donations meant for CfC and GK, what is that act called? I can only guess, but it seems like a very sticky situation... update: I think no.15 HERE also applies....
There are good people whose salaries are not getting paid and people whose missionary work are being severely threatened because tithes and donations are being diverted. What now?
Your thoughts please.