Posted on 17 February 2016 by dialogueireland
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:
email@example.com 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 5 October 2015 by dialogueireland
Trying to get a handle on Terry Quinn we went through his Facebook page for 2012 just before the calamitous collapse of the Prosperity Pyramid in Firhouse, Co Dublin in the summer of 2013.
He was a guest of Victory Christian Church.
Here is the video of this event where Gerry Byrne is the chief cheerleader. The event is on his Facebook page.
8 December 2012
Speaking to the men of Victory Dublin this morning -The revolution is growing
Just in case some of you missed this recent report here it is again.
Why do people continue to follow a model of Christian discipleship that wounds them and leaves them struggling financially?
Here is the most extensive archive for you read further what results from following this model of Christianity.
But not only was Gerry Byrne involved but also Brendan Hade.
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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 7 September 2015 by dialogueireland
Perhaps Terry could have a chat with John Boyle of Boylesports about his methodology? Tony Quinn is very strong in Dundalk and Quinn believes he is Jesus. Could this be the synergy of the Century. They both promote a failed notion of wealth.
Yesterday we had the three speakers who we understood were expecting how many? Thomas Cooney if you became a Seventh Day Adventist you could solve your bi location problem.
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Posted on 5 September 2015 by dialogueireland
Before we come to Dundalk let us recap. Hassan Boyle was involved with Victory Church, then at Westland Row, Dublin 2 and was part of an organisation founded by Brendan Hade. Then we had the Sheridans in Tuam and Kevin Sanford in Galway with Abundant Life as part of a mini Association of Evangelicals. Each of these churches were based on a philosophy of greed which in strictly biblical terms would be called Satanic. Luciferean in that the philosophy of this worldview would be based on the self. Becoming rich and seeing the whole revelation of God directed towards wealth and living a lifestyle of success. Even though this whole project which until the collapse seemed as obvious as did the property speculation of Pre Crash Ireland. First it was Tuam and the collapse of this heavy tithing and fantastic lifestyle came crashing down. Continue reading
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