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Eliseo Fernando Soriano was born on April 4, 1947 to Triunfo Soriano and Catalina Fernando in Pasay City, Metro Manila. During his childhood, Eli was very shy and reluctant to be in front of a crowd.
For this reason he entered elementary school a year late and would always escape his teachers during class.
In high school, Eli was elected President of the Student Council.
He often took the role of a substitute teacher in his class and in higher year level and was even assigned as assistant to the school principal.
Soriano ¿ Ang pastor at ang Pera ¿ A brother in the Lord refutes Soriano's claims ¿ All about the "Ang Dating Daan" website articles ¿ An ADD Observer shares his research ¿ Ang Pagkain at ang Kaharian ng Langit ¿ Palitan ng diskusyon nina Justyn at ng isang taga-ADD ¿ A Critique: The use of Philippians 2:5-8 as Basis for the Flawed Christology of the Cult Ang Dating Daan By Eliseo Soriano An Ex-ADDer Speaks Out!
Manner of Bible Teaching To build an impression with his members and audience, Soriano parades himself as a self-styled Bible teacher who “knew” the Hebrew and Greek words of the Scripture. What's more, he does not subscribed to proper Bible hermeneutics by studying the original Hebrew & Greek languages of the Scripture including it’s geograpical, historical, cultural and religious background but condemns it.
Manner of Polemics If possible, have someone intercede for you while you discuss with them or you can pray and listen at the same time while they are talking so the Holy Spirit would move on your behalf.
Always remember, you cannot convert a cultist in just one sitting but you can “plant a seed of doubt” while some Christians pours the “water” next time knowing that someday God will make that seed grow and cause that person to be saved. Most of the information came from isolated interviews from a number of regular worker (mangangaral) of the ADD.
One instance while attempting to answer a question from a caller about the belief in “many gods” he reached out an old version of is a “proof” in itself of “many gods.” Bible scholars like James Strong will not validate Soriano’s doctrine of polytheism just because of the word “elohim.” Indeed, a careful study will reveal that even when the plural Hebrew word “elohim” is used only one God is meant (e.g. Mainly he is fond of building his doctrine out of (a local translation of ASV) and some English translation rather than consulting the original languages.
Authority Although ADD members claim to believe the Bible as their only source of authority, this is half-true.