Death of Twelve Tribes founder leaves future uncertain for international Christian movement founded in Chattanooga

Source: Chattanooga Times Free Press 3rd February 2021 February 3rd, 2021 | by Wyatt Massey Staff photo by Wyatt Massey / The Yellow Deli on McCallie Avenue is pictured on Jan. 28, 2021. The restaurant is run by the Twelve Tribes, a religious community whose founder died this month, raising questions about the future of the…

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Kate Wiseman interview on Phish female fans radio

PART 1 OF INTERVIEW aired on October 13, 2019 Content Warning: This episode contains true stories of severe abuse Part one- 12 Tribes Cult- Interview with Kate Wiseman (ex-member), daughter of Ed Wiseman, the co-founder of the 12 Tribes Cult. Hear Kate’s experience of being born, bred and raised within this cult for 30 years….

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Yellow Deli’s Twelve Tribes back in the spotlight as subject of new podcast, documentary

Source:Times Freepress May 19th, 2018 by Rosana Hughes   A decade after its return to Chattanooga, the controversial religious group behind the Yellow Deli restaurant on McCallie Avenue and many other businesses around the world is finding itself back in the spotlight. A new investigative podcast, “The Twelve,” will detail the history and beliefs of…

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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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