Disciples of the New Dawn, a “Godly” Group Whose Images Are Going Viral Online, is a Parody… So Stop Freaking Out April 11, 2015

Disciples of the New Dawn, a “Godly” Group Whose Images Are Going Viral Online, is a Parody… So Stop Freaking Out

For some reason, a supposedly faith-based group called “Disciples of the New Dawn” is getting global attention for it’s over-the-top denunciations of things most Christians would tell you are perfectly fine (at least in certain cases).

Like divorce:

Divorce is the leading cause of emotional instability and reckless behavior in women today. They become unable to function when they are detached from the man who has been there to guide them and make sure that their house is clean, dinner is served, children are cared for and see to it that they are properly structured when necessary!

Don’t let your woman ruin her life!

And birth control:

Easy access to government subsidized contraceptive products has normalized a culture of abortion.

Without consequences, women may not be able to curtail certain behavior.

God’s Peace.

And C-sections:

Good advice from Matriarch Graber on behalf of The Circle of Matriarchs. They have delivered many babies over the years, NATURALLY and not once has needed a C-Section or pharmaceutical toxins. Pregnancy is a beautiful thing as it is the zenith of a woman’s role in a moral Christian society. If God has decided to call you home, it is not up to you or a doctor to reject Him. You may find yourself cast into the lake of fire for doing so. God’s Peace.

And baby formula:

Breast is best! Stop abusing your babies with formula loaded with GMO, aspartame and other deadly neurotoxins!

How do we know this is all just a Poe?

  1. It’s too over the top to take seriously.
  2. For all the God talk, there are virtually no Bible verses mentioned (and when does that ever happen?)
  3. The leader of the group is Father Patrick Oliver Embry.

Let me repeat that last one: Patrick Oliver Embry.

P.O.E.

Yet, despite the obvious parody, a Change.org petition has called for the group’s Facebook page to be removed (and the original one was indeed taken down) and the Daily Mail says it’s “unclear” if the site is satire.

Oh well. They’ll keep pushing out these memes until people get the hint.

(Thanks to Jon for the link)


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