-Most proponents of this cult teach that Christians are like ‘little gods’ that were divinely produced by God. I believe everybody is unique as they are; have a level of undiscovered brillance and that we were created by God through the process of time and science, but that doesn’t make us ‘little gods’
Christ wants to “divinize” each of us - read more in the teachings of the Fathers of the Church on the topic - but we are mere creatures, worthless specks of dust, and our only worth is in our immortal soul, in the image and likeness of God. But we should, however, be aware of the fact that a Christian is called to “be perfect as the heavenly Father is perfect”, to love of Christ’s love, and that God’s will is that in the end of our life, if we ran according to the rules and as to win, then we will truly be one with Christ. By the way, God creates our souls by His very will, outside of time and with no need of any science.**
-Another controversial subject is that proponents claim that Jesus died ‘spiritually’ and when he went to Hell, he was tortured their after the Crucifixion. Thus, the cross wasn’t enough, according to most proponents.
That is absurd and has no scriptural foundation whatsoever. Christ did not “go to Hell” for Hell is a state of separation from God, not a place. It is instead based on solid foundations that Christ went to allow those who had died before His coming into the beatific vision which we call the state of heaven…since “nobody could go to the Father except through Him”, who is “the gate and the way”. The Creed read: “katelthonta eis ta katôtata”, "he descended to the abode of the dead", and Christian theology has always spoken of the “limbus patrum”, the “limbo of the patriarchs”. 1Peter 3:19–20 is very clear on this, not speaking of hell, but of “spirits in prison”.
-Promising that everybody will be healed.
Physical healing here and now as a “right” is absurdity. “The spirit is ready, but the flesh is weak”. After our physical death, no physical imperfection will affect us any longer, and on the last day we will receive glorified bodies free of any sort of imperfection…yet some for a resurrection of joy, others for a resurrection of condemnation, still in hell.
-Everybody has a power in their words and must be careful of how they use them. Which I think sounds ridiculous because words cannot change the course of time. Sure, we should control our speech and not misuse it, but never treat it as if it has some kind of new age power.
**Creatures have absolutely no power whatsoever. All authority and power comes from God, and He gives it to us in the measure that He wills for as long as He wills. But as beings with free will, we do have some sort of “power” in that we can hurt one another or vice versa help one another, by words or by silence. **