By Queen Esther
The CO - class,Â learningÂ inÂ aÂ courseÂ inÂ BethelÂ *MillÂ Hill*Â -
LeftÂ sideÂ firstÂ isÂ GBÂ BrotherÂ Barba !Â Â AÂ friend-sisterÂ metÂ himÂ byÂ aÂ New yorkÂ BethelÂ visit,Â Â sheÂ gotÂ alotÂ pictures
ThatÂ pictureÂ isÂ fromÂ theÂ pastÂ ~Â Bro. BarbaÂ isÂ nowÂ inÂ HeavenÂ byÂ theÂ othersÂ fromÂ NY.
I knew Seth Sheepngoats would pull something like this, I knew it! The tip-off should have been when I saw him go into that costume shop.
He arrived at the Kingdom Hall just like anyone else yesterday. But halfway through the Watchtower Study, he reached into his bag and tied something behind his neck.
When he emerged, it was with a huge, magnificent Santa Claus beard!
He is such an idiot!
By James Thomas Rook Jr.
This continuous, never-ending global controversy has been going on since the 1960's, that I am aware of personally, and even before, when Judge Rutherford PERSONALLY forbade beards among Jehovah's witnesses, with the possible exception of post-menopausel Sisters .... and the Society has never definitively stated ANYTHING.
With my usual lack of humor I present the Draft Copy of the December 2016 issue of the Watchtower which showed a Brother shaving on the cover ... it was changed before being distributed, because the Brothers responsible for the VERY GOOD and accurate article ... disappeared mysteriously.
After you save the file to your hard drive, from the TOOL BAR, be sure to set your ADOBE PDF reader under VIEW to "Reading Mode" and under ZOOM, "Fit Page" to read it.
Dec 2016 Watchtower draft article .pdf
By Guest Nicole
I noticed the beard
By Jack Ryan
An official Austria Watchtower delegation meeting with government and religion leaders of that country.
What was the job title of Walter SchneeweiB?
By Γιαννης Διαμαντιδης
Is it scripturally correct to press the brothers in the congregation to remove all facial hair (beard) except the mustache?
It is scripturally correct to use unnecessary and unscriptural strict rules inside the congragation?By Γιαννης Διαμαντιδης
In the light of bible verse Acts 15:19: "Therefore it is my judgment that we do not trouble those who are turning to God from among the Gentiles", is it scripturally correct to use unnecessary and unscriptural strict rules inside the congregation? for example to press the brothers in the congregation to remove all facial hair (beard) except the moustache? In my area we have very much pressure from elders to abide to any given personal rule (given verbally and never written). This behavior reminds me the Amish community. They tend shunning technology and they suffer because of that, because technology is cheap and makes life easier. Maybe are we becoming also religious extremists ?
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