ABOUT

Michael R. Ritt

Michael R. Ritt

My name is Mike. I am a writer trapped in the body of a Consumer Safety Inspector for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. I currently live on the eastern plains of Colorado with my amazing better half, Tami, and our Australian shepherd, Lucky. I enjoy reading history, theology, and natural science, as well as writing short stories, poems, assays, shopping lists…just about anything.

A number of years ago, we walked away from a church that we loved very much, but which had developed a number of cult-like characteristics. As part of the healing process for me, I began a study of cults, world religions, and apologetics. After twenty years, this pursuit has turned into a passion of mine which I have combined with my other passion – writing – to create this website.

IAAtruth.com was started, in particular, to document some of the aberrant teachings  of the church that we had left twenty years before (a church to which our daughter and her family are still members and actively involved), but also to provide information on cults and other false religious movements in general. (See the article, AFTER ALL THESE YEARS…WHY?)

I hope that you will take the time to check out IAAtruth as well as my other blog, The Emmaus Road, which deals with issues of theology and apologetics. Comments are encouraged, and if you get a blessing out of anything that you read, feel free to share it to your Facebook or Twitter page. If you like, you can also contact me through the Contact page.

Oh yes…we also have a Facebook page that you can check out and “like.”

Thanks for stopping by. God bless.

Soli Deo Gloria,

Mike

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2 Responses to ABOUT

  1. Linda Stepanovich says:

    Thank you so much for doing this. Some of my family members go to Immanuel Apostolic Assembly.

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    • Mike Ritt says:

      It is my pleasure, Linda. I am pleased that you are finding the information helpful. I hope to be adding more (I have a huge file box full of things that I could add). I am sorry to hear about your family. Are you able to have any meaningful contact with them?

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