Posted on 8 October 2015 by dialogueireland
This is what we wrote recently in regard to a debate with Terry Quinn.
We published a series of reports on the activities of Hassan Boyle and then on the developments around a men’s movement and the promotion of a new variant of the Prosperity Gospel.
As these were greeted with silence we have decided to challenge Terry or whoever else would like to take part in this event to a public debate.
Dialogue Ireland has not received a response from Terry Quinn and as he has no contact details for him will write to one of the churches associated with his men’s campaign and renew the challenge .
Naturally it does not need to be on November 4th but if that date is not convenient another date can be found. Terry can respond to this blog or to our email address:
firstname.lastname@example.org or to any of the telephone numbers on the site. Continue reading
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Posted on 5 October 2015 by dialogueireland
Posted on 22 September 2015 by dialogueireland
Finance in focus with Pastor Sunday Adelaja & Terry Quinn
We have clearly stated we are not a Christian site adjudicating on various beliefs or theologies. However, we have watched this video and at first it looks like Terry Quinn is repudiating the Prosperity Theology of the usual suspects, but on closer examination they are clearly replacing the teaching of Jesus and the gospel with a wealth creating philosophy. I hold with my original view that it is both sub Christian, and as it promotes the self and it is clearly Satanic or Luciferean consequently. It is the exact opposite of the trajectory of the New Testament which is to confront this world system and like Christ set your face to Jerusalem and take on the powers of the Romans, the Herodians, the Zealots, Pharisees, Sadducees and Essenes. Jesus focuses on the poor of the land and on the God Movement. Continue reading
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Posted on 2 September 2015 by dialogueireland
We have been covering events in Dundalk and the sudden move of Hassan Boyle away from Grace Church and the arrival in Dundalk of his brother in law Thomas Cooney. We have reported on his involvement with the takeover of Abundant Life and working under Brendan Hade.
Last January we got wind of major changes in Dundalk and seemed to hit the nail on the head.
I had seen that a woman Angela Power-Disney had a video on youtube that after quite a rambling introduction tells the story which was covered up and had personal consequences for her.
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