My Take On The Yellow Deli People (+responses)

Source:TheChattanoogan.com – from section titled OPINION – 7 may 2015 Thursday, May 21, 2009 Last August I came to UTC as a freshmen studying Political Science and Anthropology, I was warned by staff and local family to stay away from “them Yella Deli people” because they are a “cult.” I being naturally a rebellious teenager…

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conversation between a Christian and a Twelve Tribes member

found here:http://www.gospelmailbox.org/sermons-and-essays/the-return-of-the-yellow-deli/   3 thoughts on “The Return of the Yellow Deli” I recently visited and talked with some people there. One of the gentlemen there asked me a question:“If you can’t really face the selfishness within yourself, then what business do you have trying to address the selfishness in others?” I wasn’t sure exactly…

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Yellow Deli Is Spinning Its Web Again

Chattanoogan/May 7, 2008 By Cliff Sarbel So the Yellow Deli is back in business. Somehow I am not surprised. Cults always seem to come back around for a second helping. However, Chattanoogans must remember that this group has a history of abuse of members, isolation of members from their families, taking advantage of lonely young…

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Couple’s marriage almost foundered

Chattanooga Times January 10, 1980 Bill Casteel Steve and Elizabeth Petty spent approximately one year as members of the Vine Christian Community Church.  Disappointed and disillusioned, they finally walked away from the group.  It took them a year to put their lives and their marriage back together.  “It took us a year to repair the…

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