Monday, August 18, 2008

NEWS FLASH! "Mike Stephens Interview" On Dr. Robert A. Morey Exposed!

For the readers that don't know who Mike Stephens is, his significance as a witness to Dr. Robert Morey's abuses is critical. Mike Stephens after having worked with the late Dr. Walter Martin and later as the producer of the Bible Answer Man show with Hank Hanegraaff left to work for Dr. Bob Morey for a period spanning about 11 years. In the 1990s he worked for the "Research and Education Foundation" (REF) and was the producer of Morey's then radio program "Truth Seekers." He then worked for "Faith Defenders," was the producer of "Bob Morey Live," and was a member of "Faith Community Church," (the church Morey pastors). He parted ways with Dr. Bob in 2005, his testimony and reasons for leaving are found in the four mp3 files below. This interview also explains how Dr. Bob had misinformed Mike about the Wessels brothers and used him in his mail outs as a witness against them. Now the tables have turned as Mike Stephens is now a witness on behalf of the Wessels brothers against Dr. Robert Morey.

Mike Stephens Full-Length Interview 1

Mike Stephens Full-Length Interview 2

Mike Stephens Full-Length Interview 3

Mike Stephens Full-Length Interview 4


glad2bgone said...

Fascinating stuff.

Larry is confused on the 100 thousand for the roof though. The members of FCC are not wanting to be personally reimbursed for the donations. Rather, the 100k that the church gave to the project should be given to the church bank account for church's expenses.

When the donations for the roof were taken, the church and Faith Defenders were all under one umbrella. The church members put up the vast majority, if not all, of the money, and the plate was passed two or three times at the actual Sunday church service.

Now Morey has split off the church legally from Faith Defenders so that he can keep all of the profits from the building sale in Faith Defenders and leaving the church with nothing.

No one is wanting to personally receive back their donation. That is the red herring argument that Morey used with Glen.

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