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At least that is the concensus of others who have written to us and been at the receiving end of the Hafichuk diatribes.
In turning out page after page of hateful correspondence to individuals who stumble innocently into his path, Hafichuk certainly commands an impressive knowledge of the Bible(although Satan himself knows the bible backward and forward as well); and anyone with a decent word processor and thematic bible search software can quite easily duplicate Hafichuk's and Cohen's expositions.
Where envying and strife are, there is confusion and every evil work.
But the wisdom that is from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle and easy to be entreated".
There is no doubt that this world is a crummy place, with sin that belabors even the very strongest of Christians.
After reading several of Hafichuk articles and writing most of them off to the mind of someone who simply could not make it in normal society and/or conventional Christian circles, we began reading articles which demonstrated a highly disturbed and disoriented spiritual search during adolescence and which has resulted in a clearly twisted view and use of scripture as well as self-aggrandization which is symptomatic of an ever-widening range of neo-Pentacostal activities.Ninty-eight percent of rat poison is wholesome food. On the surface, it sounds good, logical and meets many of the spiritual tests one applies to validate theological soundness. I reached out to them for help and got blasted instead"Hafichuk's verbal minstrations cover everything from Amway to Christmas trees, and from masturbation to why Hitler will be in heaven and why Billy Graham and a host of other evangelical and fundamental Christian outreaches and soulwinning ministries are satanic.After you read the following, you can then determine, on your own, whether Hafichuk and Cohen are indeed the latter day "prophets" that they claim to be, if they are a "half a bubble off center" in their self-righteousness and over zealous efforts to judge others, or if they are being deceived by spirits sent by Satan to confuse and discourage those in committed Christian service whose sincere and dedicated efforts are to bring the gospel to the unsaved world."Thank you SO much for what you have written about Victor (Hafichuk) and Paul (Cohen). When these subjects are inserted into Hafichuk's Canadian mixmaster and bits and pieces of a half dozen of his theological bents are thrown in, and the mixmaster set to "frappe", the result is representative of what we see from a growing number of last days sects, cults and other fringe organizations determined to undermine both orthodox Christian beliefs as well as create discord and confusion for those who happen to sample the mixmaster's end product.There is also a group of would-be Christians who we will identify later in this posting who perhaps need some serious correction---but to this date, I haven't seen any of these bedfellows of Hafichuk on the receiving end of his vicious attacks.Solomon and perhaps others who penned the book of Proverbs acknowledged that the man who strives for righteousness still fails and falls in this human body but rises up again by the indwelling of the Spirit of God who will gently and repeatedly correct and re-orient each one who accepts Christ as personal Savior.
(6) the emergence of an elect group of individuals who have attained a near state of perfection in righteousness who will drive satanic influences out of the earth's nations and prepare a righteous environment to be judged and governed by this elect group called the Manifest Sons of God(MSOG)(see link below); this is no different from the viewpoint of the New Age or the Indian and Tibetian monks and yogi's who invoke spiritism to attain their own "perfection";(7) what amounts to a modern version of the classic heresy of Gnosticism, which taught that a spiritual elite possesed "hidden knowledge" of the divine realm which placed their personal revelations, spiritual experiences, and private interpretation of Scripture above the ordinary revelation of God's Word.