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  1. Here is the material for weeks of October 12-18 & October 19-25, 2020. TB CBS October 12-18, 2020.pdf MEETING WORKBOOK week of October 12-18, 2020.doc MEETING WORKBOOK week of October 12-18, 2020.pdf Watchtower October 12-18, 2020.doc Watchtower October 12-18, 2020.pdf Additional Highlights -October 12-18, 2020.doc Additional Highlights -October 12-18, 2020.pdf CBS October 12-18, 2020.doc CBS October 19-25, 2020.pdf CBS October 19-25, 2020.doc Additional Highlights -October 19-25, 2020.pdf Additional Highlights -October 19-25, 2020.doc Watchtower October 19-25, 2020.pdf Wa
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  2. I think I know what you are insinuating. You might be thinking that the term is too loosely based. What if for example one religion's faith tells them to kill the infidel? In that case, obviously, that kind of religious freedom is dangerous. However, we know what kind of religious freedom Ms. Baran is talking about. She would be referring to religious freedom that does not violate human rights, or takes another persons life. This kind of religious freedom has existed in America since the First Amendment, and seems to be working just fine. Also, she is saying that although Russia supposedly has
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  3. Cardinal Joseph Zen (陳日君) fled the communist takeover of China as a teenager and found sanctuary in Hong Kong, a bastion of religious freedom that he now fears could disappear under Beijing’s tightening grip. The 88-year-old former bishop of Hong Kong has spent his retirement looking on with increasing alarm at the Vatican’s embrace of Beijing — and the imposition of a sweeping security law has only heightened his fears. “As I can see in the whole world, where you take away the freedoms of the people, religious freedoms also disappear,” Zen said from Salesian Mission he joined as a n
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  5. His speed: 8mph in a 2mph zone. He was caught by a policeman in a bicycle.
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  6. This is essential to understand. Victims are victims, and abusers are abusers. What with violent behavior in shape of shunning? If JW members use bullying behavior in the form of shunning, "social distance" toward ex members or "spiritually weak" members, we can name it as abusers/victims relation. If third party see this and want to stop such relations between them, what tool will they use? Legal, semi legal, illegal? Some western courts decided that JW internal policies (dogmas) are not of concerns for secular authorities and their citizens. Russian courts said opposite. Both decisions
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  7. Did you really send this silly letter to him? Perhaps not, but in that case it testifies to an entire movement of ones with the unique qualifications of copy and paste ability, ax-grinding, and a peculiar manner of citing vast swaths of verse while making no specific application of them—sort of like a surgeon tossing all his instruments at the patient and thereby imagining his job is done. Anyone reading this ridiculous letter would imagine Morris launching into a wide-eyed, wild-eyed, maniacal Howard Bealesque rant, veritably frothing at the mouth as works himself up. Why didn’t
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