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    Non-religious church administering bleach to autistic children to cure them!

    Archbishop Jim Humble, who claims to be from another galaxy, heads a non-religious secular church. He claims to have found a cure for autism - bleach.

    Remember it is a non-religious organisation, so no need to take this off onto another tangent.

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    As if autistic children don't suffer enough already....

    Isn't a none religious church a community centre?

    archbishop? church? and its not religious lol

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    archbishop? church? and its not religious lol



    If you read through their beliefs, you'll see they have no interest in religion. By the way, the Labour Party calls itself a broad church, and I think I'm correct in saying that Trade Unions use the word church too.

    Can we keep this on topic, as there is really no need to introduce another religion-basing theme.
    Edited by: "Predikuesi" 28th Oct 2016

    OMG thats awful

    Predikuesi

    If you read through their beliefs, you'll see they have no interest in … If you read through their beliefs, you'll see they have no interest in religion. By the way, the Lbabour Party calls itself a broad church, and I think I'm correct in saying that Trade Unions use the word church too. Can we keep this on topic, as there is really no need to introduce another religion-basing theme.



    The phrase 'broad church' has a different meaning to the use here, especially when he calls himself an Archibishop. That makes it hard to say that he isn't using the language of religion even though he says he's secular.

    What he's closer to is a cult though, specifically Scientology even though that's a self-described religion and actually as that status in some areas I believe.

    Either way, he's a nutter using the language of religion to offer a 'miracle cure' to people who are desperate. He's scum.

    I though the Meds on offer at the APA conference were bad enough for kids with autism, but this belongs firmly in the quackery camp.

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    The phrase 'broad church' has a different meaning to the use here, … The phrase 'broad church' has a different meaning to the use here, especially when he calls himself an Archibishop. That makes it hard to say that he isn't using the language of religion even though he says he's secular.What he's closer to is a cult though, specifically Scientology even though that's a self-described religion and actually as that status in some areas I believe.Either way, he's a nutter using the language of religion to offer a 'miracle cure' to people who are desperate. He's scum.




    I have read through his beliefs. I get the impression he is taking a way similar to Freemasonry. All religions and none are accepted as members. Where Humble differs is in his rejection of a higher being. Since he claims to come from another planet, no doubt he will have people worshipping him before to long, and no doubt will try to be seen as an alternate religion. I hope he will be removed before more people are seriously hurt.

    Bleach is never safe for humans to ingest,however it is especially good on aliens called Jim Humble.

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    You'd have thought that he'd be in prison or an lunatic asylum by now!

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    a bleach!!! what kind of religious leader is he and what about the parents? hope they didn't agree

    This isn't an original idea unfortunately. Drinking bleach and, I kid you not, bleach enemas, have been recommended by "alternative" practitioners as part of several miracle cures for autism and usually one that allegedly Big Pharma and your doctor doesn't want you to know about. These charlatans prey on the ignorant and desperate and in my opinion should be prosecuted and so should the parents if it's deemed absolutely necessary.
    Edited by: "yrreb88" 28th Oct 2016
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