Definition of False Teacher: One who presumes
to teach in the Name of the Lord when God has not sent him.
False Teacher - Gene Shaparenko
A Pygmy Acts Like King Kong
Gene Shaparenko (aquatechnology.net) has made it his personal
mission to “expose” us. His website entry, “Victor Hafichuk
- ‘Prophet’ or Tool of Satan?” is so full of lies and
distortions that it would be comedic except that his insanity,
brought on by a bitter anger and offense at God, has terrible repercussions,
and anyone (if there is anyone) that listens to him.
his site, is a typical example of where he takes something true
and turns it into a slanderous lie:
“Hafichuk and Cohen have never
publicly disputed or denied the information presented below -
primarily because such a denial
would expose this posting
to their entire mailing list - making things even worse for themselves
than it already is.”
What Gene does not say is that we had already thoroughly answered him in
private, and it was he, not we, who could not answer. Being incensed
because of this, Gene created a straw man out of the most outrageous
materials, identifying us with both false teachers and false doctrines
with whom and
with which we have absolutely nothing to do. Without truth and
goodwill toward God and man, he attacks us
with arguments tailored for lies we have never spoken. As well,
Christian” doctrine is teeming with lies.
However, having said that, we do confess that we have indeed
spoken against some of the tenets of what many call “orthodox
Christianity,” and for that we make no apologies. As servants
of the Most High, why should we ignore the pagan lies and concoctions
of carnal men presented as Christian and Biblical? In Jesus Christ,
we come to set the record straight, a record that multitudes
blindly followed to their peril and for which they suffer great
things. We have come to remove their sufferings, if they will
but believe the Truth, as abundantly confirmed in the Holy Scriptures.
Gene condemns us but never tells us exactly how we
are wrong, although repeatedly asked
and reminded of his omission. Instead, he tries to argue with us
by copying someone else's article without acknowledging authorship,
and, when using his own words, rambles on incoherently. A good
primer on how to spot a bluffer.
Three notes in which Gene expresses his views of our
ministry and begins to condemn our health business as well, getting
desperate to find something to justify his rantings.
We respond to Gene's slander, showing it to be a major case of
the stove calling the kettle black.
Gene comes under his own condemnation, fulfilling the proverb:
“People like that are setting a trap for themselves, a trap
will die” (Proverbs 1:18 GNB).
Gene upbraids our webmistress, Sara, for her involvement in this
work, but cannot answer her questions that direct the accusations
back into his lap, where they have remained.
An independent party takes Gene to task for his lies and
hypocrisy and answers his sanctimonious and evasive reply.
How the Lord depicted Gene, which we share with him. How he
responded, and our final words to him.
One who does not agree
with us on many things writes to tell us that he has seen the
lies Gene has posted and he does
not swallow them.
We ran across a posting of one of Gene’s articles linking
us with false religious teachers with whom we have no part. We approached
the poster, and, as could be expected, found no reasonableness,
but rather fear and loathing.
A false teacher posted on our site tries to discredit us by plagiarizing
Gene’s rant on Victor and The Path of the Truth. We take the opportunity
to answer Gene's accusation that we preach “polytheism”:
Those who believe in Jesus Christ feed off of His flesh and blood,
while the religious who seek their own fame and glory will feed
on any vile lie they can find, if it serves their purposes. Here
we see how Max Solbrekken went bottom-feeding and got caught
in a trap, exposing himself as a liar and false teacher, again.