From the Archives: Polygamist James Dee Harmston and his doomsday predictions
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Harmston, meanwhile, says "God has commanded" him to stop preaching. He no longer grants interviews. And his Web site, www.tlcmanti.org, which once was a broad platform of doctrines, sermons and member testimonials, now consists of a sole document filled with scriptural prophesies and Harmston’s own revelations of doom.
"In the days of Noah, the time arrived that Noah ceased his warnings and exhortations to a wicked generation and boarded the Ark," the site says. "It is now time for the rains of destruction to begin."
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