In the Netflix documentary, “In the Name of God: a Holy Betrayal,” the mosquito net incident was portrayed as “evidence” of Jeong Myeong Seok’s alleged sex crimes. In this interview, one of the two women captured on camera that day gives her genuine account of what actually happened.
Personal Interaction with Peter Daley
Hi everyone, I am Pastor Hwajung Jang.
I’m going to talk about what I experienced when I met Peter Daley when he visited Wolmyeongdong during the 2006 summer retreat. Even though it was 10 years, my memory of Peter is very clear because of all the shocking lies I saw later on his website.
I visited Wolmyeongdong to attend the summer retreat. It was the retreat for the military members’ department in Providence, and since the department was not that big, there weren’t many people there. So I sat in front of the lawn, and then I saw a westerner / foreigner – Peter.
I approached him and then introduced myself and asked him things like, “Where are you from?” “What are you doing in Korea?” and “How did you come here?” (Note: Pastor Hwajung served as a translator in Wolmyeongdong and helped foreign visitors regularly)
He said that his name was Peter Daley and that he was Continue reading
Peter Daley – An “Expert” on Cults?
I am a middle aged married man living in USA. I have seen Peter Daley’s website and some of the videos he put up. Instead of being confused, I found what he has put up to be very distasteful, offensive, out of context, and often fabricated. With the whole issue of fake news these days following President Trump’s elections, I think people can appreciate how fake news can be more sensationalistic and popular that the real news. I will use a video that Daley created, and explain from my perspective of what it reveals about Daley and his credibility.
Media Accusations taken as “the truth”
Daley starts by presenting the various media releases that talk about Pastor Jung Myung Seok’s Continue reading
In Defense of Jeong, Myeong-seok (정명석)
Jeong, Myeong-seok (정명석) is the controversial leader of a new religious movement generally known as Providence. His Korean name is not중뮹석, as the variant Romanization (1) of his name Jung, Myung Seok would suggest, but 정명석. His Western name is Joshua Jeong, or, using the older Romanization, Joshua Jung. He is also known as Seon Saeng Nim (선생님), the Korean word for teacher, as R for Rabbi, the Hebrew word for teacher, or as Pastor Joshua. The following testimony was written before Jeong, Myeong-seok faced trial in Korea so if any details seem out date please understand the chronological context.
Jeong, Myeong-seok has been accused of sexual abuse in South Korea, China, and Japan. He has also been referred to as “false Messiah” and “international fugitive.”
First, where the rape charges are concerned, I cannot say it any better than an answer (2) in the faq section of providencetrial.com (3).
“To those who are familiar with the details of the allegations, there appears to be a consistent pattern that has emerged: the gathering of anonymous “victims” together in a public news conference in order to present allegations of Continue reading