The Restored Church of God is Enveloped by the Hebrew Roots Movement


The heretic self-anointed Apostle David C Pack has sold out the Restored Church of God to be Part and portion of the Hebrew Roots Movement. The two are nearly inseparable not to mention insufferable. I have a video on this issue and more. Hebrew Roots movement I ask you to compare the platforms of the Restored Church of God and the Hebrew Roots Movement. They are almost exactly alike except for having the self-appointed apostle David C Pack as the resident wolf in sheep’s clothing.

It is true that the law is not based on faith. Those in either movement should seriously study the book of Galatians. The law was our Schoolmaster to bring us to Christ but after Christ has come we are no longer under the law. What can be clearer than that? You who attempt to be justified by law you fallen From Grace. You’re now on the outside looking in.

The Sabbath was made for the Jew but then these people believe they are the Jew. They should now read Romans 11 and study it carefully. This group is so far off base that it’s nearly unbelievable how anyone could fall for this! If righteousness came by the law, then Christ died in vain. What can be clearer than that?

The Restored Church of God weaves in and out of the Hebrew Roots movement and Messianic Judiasm.

The Restored Church of God adds so many things into the mix that the end result will be the loss of their eternal life. Pack has them believing they will be going through the Great Tribulation and according to Zachariah 13 two-thirds of humanity will perish in the time of Jacob’s trouble. Jacob refers to Judaism not the body of Christ. Pack has opened up a Pandora’s box of Doctrine full of the occult. I’m surprised that anyone with an ounce of intelligence can fall for this stuff?

The Apostle Paul asked The Galatians what I would pose to the Restored Church of God who are trying to act like the Judaizers. Who has Bewitched you? And the answer is simple. DAVID C PACK!

8 thoughts on “The Restored Church of God is Enveloped by the Hebrew Roots Movement”


  1. https://polldaddy.com/js/rating/rating.jsI’ve read up on this pack fellow and he seems quite arrogant. He has made one false prophecy and he admitted as such to his credit and that made him out to be a false prophet. People should have stopped following him at that point. His flock seems to show no discernment. You know if I had the brains of a goose I’d still be a genius compared to these people. They were taking poison grape juice taking it to be flavorable wine.

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  2. A worthy study is to pursue is “What is Israel?”

    When you study the group of people that leave Egypt notice they are mixed multitude, meaning every tongue and every tribe where there. It was not about their bloodline.

    What does Jesus say? “IF you love me keep my commandments.”

    Did any of His commands violate Torah? If he was present in the Old Testament and as John says “the Word made flesh” how can he contradict the commandments?

    Jesus was a Jew, he ate clean, and practiced the Law, by the way in Hebrew it means the loving instructions from the father. Why does Jesus ever say “beloved you have heard it said keep the Sabbath. But a new command I tell you is to make Sunday your Sabbath.” Don’t you think he would have said that? Why does he never say, “Beloved you have know since creation that you were to eat only the clean animals, I am hear to tell you that I now declare all foods clean.” HE DIDN’T. Don’t think it was kinda a big deal?

    So the whole theology of saying the dietary laws are done away with is based upon Peter’s vision about not calling any person unclean? The translators added the parenthetical statement “by saying this he declared all food clean” It’s not in the original Greek.

    Eating Clean and the Sabbath were such a part of the story from creation until Jesus’s life. It would have been HUGE to make that change. He doesn’t. In scripture we must have 2-3 witnesses to confirm it. To build an entire theology from Peter’s vision is shaky ground and taking it out of context. It is a Metaphor for him. He knew he couldn’t eat unclean food, so The Father made a point to show him that he did not make “unclean” people. He never told Peter, “go eat some pork now to show them you are like them” The context is people, not food.

    I am not interested in a debate and I don’t want to argue. I went to a christian private school, took seminary classes, I was a Church of Christ member, deacon, and minister for 35 years of my life. I understand all of your arguments. I don’t want to fight. I just want you to think about some of the things I wrote.

    We are all just trying to do our best as we go along this journey! We have way more in common than what separates us.

    If you want to continue the discussion please do so in email. On my blog you will find my contact info.

    I wish you Grace and Peace!

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