“And the disciples asked Jesus, ‘How will we know, in future times, what is truth?’
He answered: ‘Take note of what “most people think is unreasonable and unacceptable.” When you have discovered those things, avoid them like the plague. You do not want them to call you extremist.’”
I am sorry, but this way of reasoning, contra-arguments and logic not working so well.
Obviously God did not inspire those paragraphs
With this argumentation, do you try to say how some other paragraphs are inspired by God??
Nevertheless, you shouldn't judge dead people by the morals of today.
Perhaps you are right in this. But than you have to accept how today's people shouldn't be judge by morals of past generations. What moral standards and from what past period of time we should to take as our moral standards today? Should we take moral standards of ancient patriarchs who had been in possession of few wife's and plenty of slaves? Because that was quite morally for people in the past.
You probably have an ancestor that believed something similar yourself.
We all have ancestors.
It is interesting how from time to time, from post to post some unanimous individuals falling from some unknown Planet, and start giving down-vote symbol to other people comments. :)))))
This is funny, but also very good. Because their reaction are proof how they read comments and found it serious to such level that they (comments) in fact pressed right bottom in people's minds and feelings.
Obviously God did not inspire those paragraphs. They read very badly in 2019.
Nevertheless, you shouldn't judge dead people by the morals of today. You probably have an ancestor that believed something similar yourself.
@Arauna So you are saying God's standards on child baptism have changed?
Because if OUR standards as humans have obviously changed then that means that we weren't or aren't following God's will at some point. Correct?
One could always make the argument like Watchtower always has that we should follow how things were done back in the first century Christian congregation. = Jesus set the example = Men should be baptized at the age of Jesus.