Witness which I suspect is you,
Is this rubbish really going to start again. I was following this blog / forum long before I chose to join it, and one reason I didn't join earlier was reading all the horrid stupidity of people saying, x was y, and you must be he, and telling one person that they had three different user names just to give themselves up votes etc etc,
It is obviously people that are losing a debate / discussion, or people who feel hurt by someone's comments. BUT it does no good to the blog as a whole. Just wastes everyone's time.
Lol this kind of reasoning cracks me up, too innocent to tell lies too innocent to appear in front of the court too innocent to be buying whisky 😆😆😆
How do U know as a fact they have never touched anyone inappropriately, not saying they have but to make such statement that they have never U must have good evidence.
In my opinion, the determination is with death of innocence or death for the wicked. I would like anyone to answer where in the NT When Jesus included “love” as love thy enemy would be excluded as murder in war. Matthew 5:43-48
Ezekiel 33:11 New International Version (NIV)
11 Say to them, ‘As surely as I live, declares the Sovereign Lord, I take no pleasure in the death of the wicked, but rather that they turn from their ways and live. Turn! Turn from your evil ways! Why will you die, people of Israel?’
Then you are among friends. Witness which I suspect is you, has the same theory. It, then becomes a matter of interpretation not just with the watchtower literature but with scripture. Personally, I have understood the anointed are also part of that body, regardless if they ascend to heaven with the knowledge in the problems of humanity. I believe that is the point of the Kings, to help and support Jesus with all known human behavior and matters. Jesus experienced just a little. The anointed have experienced much more.
Therefore, scripture is for "all" true believers of Christ. Another reason some haven't considered the fact that those 70 men Jesus sent out by 2 could be considered apostles.