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Old 03-07-2016, 12:59 PM   #7
Terry
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Default Re: The History of Philip Lee

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Originally Posted by aron View Post
Apparently there were two incidents with Philip Lee involving gross immorality, one in the late 1970s and one in the late 1980s. After the second one, Witness Lee was forced to discharge his son Philip from authority. These incidents were not rumors or innuendos, but named witnesses coming forward, whose consciences could not allow them to pretend that all was Hunky and Dory in the Land of (Lee's) Food.

Besides immoral behavior, the record of heavy-handed behavior by PL is widespread. Read some of the testimonies of people who attempted to serve God under this man's leadership. Witness Lee's "personal chef" ran a very messy kitchen.
Current elders would claim it is rumors and hearsay which is why I tend to draw parallels between Living Stream Ministry and Isaiah 5:20.

If it was rumors, how come there was no lawsuit against the LA Times? Philip allegedly threatened to sue brothers for wanting to use hymns from the hymnal LSM publishes.
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