They can believe what they want if

There's no harm in any of the beliefs held by MISA students/disciples/sympathizers/what ever they are called this year. 
There's no harm in them believing the things they believe since they are nice people and aren't hurting anyone. 
There's no harm in them believing silly things without good basis. 
Etc are heard left and right from nice old ladies in Herculane and Costineşti around the time of the MISA camps. Plus the eventual outbreak of Orthodox pride specific to Romanian Orthodox believers, especially if they are of a certain generation and of a certain age, nameley: they can do what ever they want during these gatherings because it looks inoffensive enough to me, but only if it is according to the bible. If not they can go to hell. 
Well maybe they won't express it in these exact words, but something like that.