You guys are wrong. You think that if you can write a long, sophisticated sounding explanation as to why a minister may be wrong, you'd get people to actually believe you and stray away from those teachers. You think that singling out every single small detail that these men and women have done would convince your readers to turn their backs to these people. If you spend all your time doing these things, looking for the small details of these great men and women of God, you're wasting your time.
You guys are all hypocrites. You can judge another man for what he has done wrong, when you are far from perfect as well. You do not know better than any one of those members on that list of yours. You try to deceive the minds of the readers saying these men aren't worthy of spreading the word of God. Who is to decide that?
You have no right whatsoever to judge others, because one day you will be judged by our Savior for what you have done, and I would hate to be in your position at that point. So have a nice day. And in case you want to add my name to the list for disagreeing with what you do, it's Gabriel Shriver.