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by Wendy J. Duncan

I Can't Hear God Anymore: Life in a Dallas Cult epub ebook

Author: Wendy J. Duncan
Language: English
Publisher: VM Life Resources; 1st edition (May 30, 2006)
Pages: 228 pages
ISBN: 097766600X
ISBN13: 978-0977666003
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 447
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I Can't Hear God Anymore book.

I Can't Hear God Anymore book.

Ole Anthony’s Trinity Foundation formed in Dallas, Texas in the early 1970s when Christian reform sects flourished during a burgeoning Jesus movement revival across America. Published on October 25, 2013.

I Can’t Hear God Anymore is an instructive example of how normal people can be vulnerable to the psychological .

I Can’t Hear God Anymore is an instructive example of how normal people can be vulnerable to the psychological manipulations and spiritual abuse of a skilled cult leader. I can’t hear God anymore, comes with back cover recommendations by: – Ron Enroth, author of Churches That Abuse and Recovering From Churches That Abuse

I Can't Hear God Anymore is an inspiring and instructive example of how normal people caught in the skillful manipulations of an abusive cult can .

I Can't Hear God Anymore is an inspiring and instructive example of how normal people caught in the skillful manipulations of an abusive cult can find their wa. .

Wendy is the author of I Can't Hear God Anymore: Life in a Dallas Cult. Doug and Wendy Duncan are former members of a religious cult. ee in counseling and is now a licensed professional counselor in the state of Texas. Wendy is a licensed social worker and holds a master’s degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

The controversy surrounding Dallas-based Trinity Foundation and the book I Can’t Hear God Anymore: Life in a Dallas Cult, by Wendy Duncan, is going national next week. And then, it’s going international. Of course, we were here first: In August we ran a story about Duncan’s book in which she says Anthony, who built an international reputation by busting televangelists such as Robert Tilton is spiritually and emotionally abusive toward his followers. Duncan also claims the Trinity Foundation a cult

A former member, Wendy J. Duncan, has written a book, "I Can't Hear God Anymore: Life in a Dallas Cult" claiming that Trinity Foundation is a cult.

A former member, Wendy J.

Author: I Can't Hear God Anymore: Life in a Dallas Cult. Former member Wendy Duncan wrote a book, I Can't Hear God Anymore: Life in a Dallas Cult, exposing the inner workings of this group. Dallas-Cult /193241564044296. скопировано из Google - 10/2019. I Can't Hear God Anymore: Life in a Dallas cult Apologetics Index.

Duncan reminds me that people who have been caught up in such groups are equally in need of prayer. He sent me a copy of the book that prompted the Dallas Observer article, I Can’t Hear God Anymore: Life in a Dallas Cult, written by his wife, Wendy Duncan. It looks like an engrossing read.

There were other cult markers, too: we had a charismatic leader; the younger kids were home-schooled; and, to my great excitement, one (now ex) member wrote a book after she left: I Can’t Hear God Anymore: Life in a Dallas Cult. That I ended up there is a testament to the dangers of showing off. All those endless questions after finals, all those inquiring adults: ‘And what are you going to do now?

I Can't Hear God Anymore is an inspiring and instructive example of how normal people caught in the skillful manipulations of an abusive cult can find their way back to spiritual and psychological health. This fascinating book is the first book written about the Dallas-based Trinity Foundation. The author was a former member of Ole Anthony's group and writes about her experience with the group and describes the cultic nature of the group and its charismatic leader. Duncan's personal struggle to return to psychological wholeness, as well as insights from Dr. Margaret Singer and other researchers who have explored the cult phenomenon, are included in this important new book.
Reviews (7)
Ttyr
review for Wendy Duncan's book, "I Can't Hear God Anymore: Life in a Dallas Cult"
I give her book 5 stars
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In her book, "I Can't Hear God Anymore" Wendy Duncan, carries her readers to the place right before she entered into the cult, the Trinity Foundation. She shares her vulnerability to cult influences (i.e. those factors that particularly made her vulnerable to the offerings of a cult) and through her sharing about the cult life, she hallmarks and describes through stories, the various doctrinal errors of the Trinity Foundation. She describes the life of the cult, how the members were boundaryless, the enmeshed main cult identity of all into one identity, sharing real
the stories of how this looked like.
Her honest assessment of her and her husbands being vulnerable to the cult in the start, the hard look at the reasons that they were in the cult, the stories of her coming up out of it, and the experience of losing her only community, their leaving the cult and finding healing and help. All the hallmarks of cult recovery are covered in her sharing.
As a cult survivor myself, I valued her framing the journey as she did, i valued the honest look at the particular teachings of Ole, the cult leader, and how they were far afield from mainstream and historical Christian teachings, I appreciated her honesty and the stories of her healing and finding eventually a solid and healing connection into a new Christian community, after floundering around 'church shopping' week upon week. I identified with just about all her issues.
Highly recommended reading for cult survivors of any stripe or color and for those who care about those who come out from a cult.

Legend 33
I had a strange reason for purchasing this book. I had seen Ole Anthony on TV giving reports of various televangelists and knew he did research on them. I was thinking of contacting his organization to see if they could help me find some information on a certain ministry.

Fortunately, first I "googled" Ole Anthony, and this book came up. The idea that Ole Anthony could be the head of something he himself has appeared on TV purporting to be against was just too intriguing. So I purchased this book.

Although I didn't enjoy Wendy's descriptions of Anthony's doctrine, because it so clearly is wrong, and although I can't identify with someone who would willingly place themselves in the situation the characters in the book did and do, still, the story is very well written, and the explanation of Anthony's doctrines are needed to "get" the story. The story was convincing enough that I believe it!

I'm glad this book was published, it's a variation of the all-too-oft story of abuse by people in authority, or pseudo-authority, and the very worst kind is a religious figure who abuses his flock in the name of Christ!

So, thanks to this book, I don't need any information that Ole Anthony might be able to provide me. That would be like asking Don Corleone (The Godfather) to help me because my neighbor's dog barks too loud. It just wouldn't be worth it!

Modigas
I first heard of the Trinity Foundation and Ole Anthony back when they exposed Robert Tilton on ABC's Primetime Live. I contacted them with the inside "scoop" of another televangelist. Unfortunately, because I did not have the good sense to keep the information to myself, the Trinity Foundation did another expose using my information, on a national television program. I became a good source for the Trinity Foundation. I was acquainted and spoke with Doug Duncan, who was later to be married to Wendy. After I learned of Anthony's arrogance and his willingness to play God with "exposing" the sins of others rather than be truly biblical in his approach, I had to renounce Trinity Foundation's and Anthony's tactics. I regret having had anything to do with them even at a distance. The book is a valuable read, and shows that anyone can be suckered into trusting a domineering cult authority figure.

Zainn
It was an ok book

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