The Author created and manages two websites devoted to the Church without a Name.
1. Telling The Truth (TTT) - since 1995 - (tellingthetruth.info)
Telling The Truth
Created in 1997, the TTT website is by far the largest online collection of primary and secondary documents pertaining to this Sect,
including: newspaper articles, photographs, letters, books, life stories, testimonies, pioneering accounts, family
trees, court cases, and lists.
TTT documents have been used as source material in publications.
Although the Church without a Name in no small way owes its existence and origin to the early missions held by its
founder, William Irvine in Ireland at the turn of the 20th century, today few followers have ever heard the name of the
man who founded their Church. Members unaware of the group's short history believe the group is the direct historical
continuation of the New Testament ministry (i.e. of apostolic succession).
Ahistoricism is their accepted norm. They have never published their history or any literature other than a hymnal and
some lists. They eschew publicity, and many have never heard of this Church or met any members. The Sect does
not publish any membership statistics. Wikipedia lists outside researchers who give a wide range of estimates from
300,000 to 4 million worldwide and the U.S. as 100,000-500,000. The Church contends it is not an organization,
religion or denomination, and that it has no earthly headquarters or founder.
The volumes of documented evidence on TTT reveal and expose the historical facts concerning this Sect's founder,
origin and development. It debunks the myths that their Church history is not traceable, and allows readers to become
informed and educated.
It is a universally acknowledged truth that all things on earth have a beginning. The 2x2 Sect is no exception. TTT
has uncovered facts and documents that have been long hidden and almost lost.
The Liberty Connection
This website is a collection of documents written solely by former members of The Church without a Name speaking
out and expressing their thoughts in Exit letters, Why We Left accounts, articles, essays, Bible topics, questions
and book reviews and recommendations. It is the voice and views of the ex-members.
This website is affiliated with a private Forum for ex-members, for which the Author has been a Moderator since it
started in 2009: The Liberty Connection Forum.