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The Members Church of God International should be considered a Christian cult, due to its denial of some orthodox biblical doctrines and its exclusivity.

Eliseo Soriano, called by members of his church “Brother Eli,” was a disciple of the late Nicolas Perez, the founder and presiding minister of “Church of God in Christ Jesus, the Pillar and Ground of the Truth,” another religious organization that separated from the “Church of God,” founded by Felix Manalo.

The program currently airs live via satellite through the facilities of UHF Channel UNTV and various radio stations such as DZRH, UNTV-Radio La Verdad 1350, and 100 Radyo Natin FM Stations.

While mainly broadcasting in Filipino, some English language elements were added for foreign viewers, including "Truth in Focus", "Biblically Speaking", "How Authentic the Bible is", and "Bible Guide".

His method of biblical interpretation is extremely literalistic, but he does not utilize sound hermeneutical principles.

The Members Church of God International has no written statement of faith, which may be due to the fact that Soriano often contradicts his own teachings.

Religion has the power to manipulate humans to believe unrealistic doctrine and engage in destructive behavior.

Religious cults are groups of people involved with unorthodox practices that are disguised as Christianity.

The Members of the Church of God International denies several doctrines such as the Trinity and salvation by grace alone.

It was October 1980 when the program first hit the radio airwaves and 1983 when it first aired on television, making Ang Dating Daan the longest-running religious program in the Philippines.

The rise of the program’s popularity took place as it evolved into an intriguing one-of-a-kind format where anybody can ask questions to its host Bro.

How sad you followers are taught to be hateful to fellow humans, breeding a culture of hate, even abusing others and attacking personalities in different positions? them” attitude is clearly seen within this quasi-religious and spiritual supremacist group you have fallen into.

Members believe in the superiority of their “religion” over all other religions.

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