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The program frequently criticizes other denominations for their doctrines, practices and what it says are false teachings, including the Catholic Church, some Christian denominations, Jehovah's Witnesses, Seventh-day Adventist Church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and especially the Iglesia ni Cristo, (Church of Christ founded by Felix Manalo), a Philippine-based religion.
Gawad Amerika Awards in November 2006 awarded "Most Informative Religious Program of the Year" to Ang Dating Daan for its North American broadcast. Praise.", the ADD Chorale serenaded special guests mainly persons with disabilities (PWDs) with the best songs of praises and thanksgiving to the Almighty God for all the success of ADD.
Eli Soriano was born to a poor family in Pasay City, Philippines but his paternal roots boast of prominent lineage in Naguilan, La Union, northern part of the said country.
The Rimando-Soriano family in Naguillan has been a staunch political and economic influence since the 19th century but his father opted to live in the city with the family.
Armed with the dream and keen desire to spread the true and everlasting gospel of Christ based on the Bible, Bro. Soriano was first heard over the television through the program Ang Dating Daan in February 1983.
Without him meaning to, the flagship television program has become the independent religious force to reckon with in the network-dominated television industry for over 15 years now.
Ang Dating Daan (Tagalog for The Old Path) is a religious radio and television program in the Philippines produced by the Members of the Church of God International. In Portugal and Brazil, it is broadcast as O Caminho Antigo which is a direct translation for The Old Path.
The Ang Dating Daan Directory allows you to search an address and contact information of Ang Dating Daan locals or a coordinating centers in the world.As a result of the use of television, beside radio, membership of the organization known as the City of Truth (Bayan ng Katotohanan) grew considerably from only a little over 300 to more than 50,000 to date. Its on-and-off standing in television during the early ‘80s was the result of several attempts by its religious counterparts to pin down Ang Dating Daan and boot it out from IBC Channel 13 and RJTV Channel 29.