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  1. When, does JAMES become a “liar” with apostate views, as soon as he wakes up, starts thinking, and starts writing in front of a keyboard. If I’m a liar, I must have learned it from the “best” LIARS here, JAMES THOMAS ROOK JR and JWinsider. However, if James makes a distinction. I’m a habitual liar while he is an insane liar in league with the devil. Meaning JAMES is closer in context with John 8:44 with his action and behavior than what his opinion is for my truth. Bang! Bang! Sherlock
  2. That is good. We agree on something else. That you are definitely a sick individual and your words are meaningless.
  3. Indeed. That's why scripture holds specific provisions to subject a true fact, with a true factual opinion.
  4. Oh! Dear, James. Psychology is not your strong suit. Especially when your statement agrees with what I mentioned. I won't respond. I just didn't want to discuss all your dirty laundry in an open forum. 🤨
  5. Perhaps you think too much of yourself like James and JWinsider that, your opinion matters. This is probably the reason you don’t get feedback from your FB questions that people otherwise understand how you falsely apply your questions. In other words in a bias and contemptuous way. Now if you were honest with yourself on why people can see the “hate” and contempt you have for a body, which you personally don’t know? You might get honest feedback. But since you have tainted your life just like James going before a judicial committee for inquiry, only to lie through his teeth, and pretend he was honest and flawless as a new born baby to blame the Watchtower policies instead of his apostate views, no different from being in Bethel at one point and gossip against scriptural based principles should give you another reason why your attempts of hate and criticism are ineffective and false. When I ask questions to activist like Alyssa Milano, or any other actor that I might personally know through my past dealings in Hollywood, if I don’t receive a response, It’s usually due to the careful effort (consideration) in their part not to voice an opinion that might be misinterpreted or misconstrued by others. Especially, if the information was obtained without the consent of the individual or corporation. Your obsession with the Watchtower is another reason why you will never be a good witness to any prosecution. Your mental instability can be easily, challenged. I believe, you and Srecko spoke of “LOVE”. Christ made that his last commandment for all within Christianity to enact but not by means of picking and choosing who you would love. That doesn't prevent us to exercise who we would associate because of those that have love, but have a behavior of BAD intentions, a black heart and a lying tongue. Scripture is pretty darn clear on that as well. A good example is with this forum. How much of a hypocrite do you personally want to be known as?
  6. If we were both standing in front of a tank in Tienanmen Square getting ready to get run over for our beliefs, what would that .22 accomplish against a tank. The difference, my soul is prepared. If you believe I screw everything up, I must have learned from the “best” JAMES THOMAS ROOK JR, the screw-up of us all. You can slice and dice JWinsider, simple illustration proving you wrong too many times doesn’t warrant any further effort in my part. A scholar draws their own conclusion. A scholar researches other works to understand a general perspective of the intended nature of linguistics. There are various areas where scholars need to draw their own conclusion. After that, they subject their works by what best resembles the original subject. Nothing is ever easy by simply googling. Therefore, what's acceptable is the works that best resemble the original context, that's the factual interpretation of the intent. This by far is not even considered here. Therefore, why side with opposers because it's a simpler thing to do. They have brainwashed themselves into nothingness. What good can come out of that. I believe, that is the point, scripture makes.
  7. I see you once again attempt to twist methodology to your advantage. When, will you learn. Well, like James attempt of trying to exalt you as a scholar, you are far from understanding theological scholarly works. You have discredited yourself by accepting only those biased scholarly “opinions” of the NWT interpretation. A far more reaching conclusion with other bible interpretations that by and large still hold to the old interpretations that had many flaws. Therefore, what you are saying, you are willing to accept what suits you to contradict the Watchtower. That doesn’t make you a “JWinsider” that makes you a “JWoutsider” by your action. No wonder you have a good relationship with apostates, here. Which JW scholars, as you “state” have criticized the Watchtower interpretation that the Watchtower has had the ability to revise certain linguist understandings by newly found evidence, which other Bible writers continue with the basic formula of the 15th century? Now, how about modern Bible interpretations for “GAYS” in "the Queen James Bible. How many hundreds of flawed interpretations are found with the many that still remain with the King James Bible? How many Scholars have positive things to say about the NWT, that opposers turn around and try to discredit those positive attributes by asking those scholars a “different framed opinion” than what the Watchtower had accepted, in order for the scholar to recant the opinion. A simple and complex example: *** w77 5/15 pp. 319-320 Questions From Readers *** What is interesting is that in John 1:1 the definite article ὁ [ho] is not used in front of theos when applied to the Son, the Word. Regarding this point the noted Bible translator William Barclay writes: “Now normally, except for special reasons, Greek nouns always have the definite article in front of them, . . . When a Greek noun has not got the article in front of it, it becomes rather a description than an identification, and has the character of an adjective rather than of a noun. We can see exactly the same in English. If I say: ‘James is the man’, then I identify James with some definite man whom I have in mind; but, if I say: ‘James is man’, then I am simply describing James as human, and the word man has become a description and not an identification. If John had said ho theos ēn ho logos, using a definite article in front of both nouns, then he would definitely have identified the logos [the Word] with God, but because he has no definite article in front of theos it becomes a description, and more of an adjective than a noun. The translation then becomes, to put it rather clumsily, ‘The Word was in the same class as God, belonged to the same order of being as God ‘. . . . John is not here identifying the Word with God. To put it very simply, he does not say that Jesus was God.”—Many Witnesses, One Lord (1963), pages 23, 24. Hence, in both their translations Dr. Edgar J. Goodspeed and Dr. James Moffatt render the phrase as, “the Word [or Logos] was divine.” This reflects the fine distinction in wording that the apostle John used, a distinction that accords with the fact that Jesus was not equal in power and eternity with the Father but was the created Son of the Father. (1 Cor. 11:3) The New World Translation accurately renders the verse: “In [the] beginning the Word was, and the Word was with God, and the Word was a god.” Watchower opposing view When Barclay says that John didn't write that "Jesus was God," he merely means that Jesus was not God the Father. That Barclay sees an ontological unity between ho theos and ho logos is apparent in the following passage omitted from the Watchtower article: "The only modern translator who fairly and squarely faced this problem is Kenneth Wuest, who said: 'The Word was as to his essence, essential deity.' But it is here that the NEB has brilliantly solved the problem with the absolutely correct rendering: 'What God was the Word was'" (Barclay, p. 23). Rebuttal By Luther W. Martin The complete title of Dr. Kenneth S. Wuest's translation is: "The New Testament, an Expanded, Translation." In his preface, the author states that his work is intended "as a companion to, or commentary on, the standard translations . . ." And, although he is to be commended for the greater portion of his effort, still we believe that he has fallen sadly short of literal accuracy in a number of instances . . . particularly those that involve the subject of baptism in order to the remission of sins.
      Hello guest!
    That’s a “game” in scholarly circles. Then, how do you see beyond that deception and falsehood by opposers that you now agree with about the interpretation of the Bible, especially when your generation of the writing department usually turned apostate. Especially someone like you, who admires and supported Raymond Franz works. With me, you have zero credibility, and zero scholarly knowledge. To dense people, you have all the credibility you are looking for, by apostates. The very reason to show other scholarly works that discredit your type of accusation with interpretation. What is the “fundamental core doctrine” imposed by all scholarly works that have similarities with the original works. Ultimately, the Watchtower has done an exemplary accounting with their research to return scripture back to its original understanding. Can that failed understanding with interpretation be applied to your post and commentaries as perceived opinions, Yes! Ten men out of ... the nations ... will take firm hold of the robe of a Jewish man
  8. That’s the problem with history. People seem to forget, America is a young nation compared to the nations they want to dominate. This is why Americans are looked as fools and when you have the commander and chief acting not just like a fool but a spoiled brat, then, people see the real America for what it is. Dense Nation filled with obtuse people like James that can find common ground with older nation obtuse people like John. In the end, you find dense people no matter where you look. America-UK The sad part many, think they are in tune with scripture, when they are in league with the devil, now that’s comedy. 😁 That’s why, I don’t treat John any different from what Tom was rebuking me to do. You’re not worth the humanity. The irony, you attack the GB when your heart in no better than the soulless being you present, not just here but elsewhere. I hope, TOM paid close attention to your words. He doesn’t understand what blasphemy stands for to a self-convicted being. There is NO redemption. 🤗 Coward/Cowered- tomato tomahto TOM, Whatever you grammar, admiration decides. No better than James, JWinsider to insult. Find something new. 😉
  9. This is the same person that scoffed at the word academia. 😁 And exalted for it by James.
  10. How dense is this comment since you are married to one. 😂 But like James mentioned elsewhere, don't insult the animals, they have enough problems with humans as it is.
  11. I believe we settled that my arms are NOT for self defense. I believe you mention that for yourself. I fear no man even unto death as you coward behind your weapon.
  12. Oh! So you accept scholarly works with interpretation. Then what was all that garbage about me posting scholarly commentaries that are NOT reflective of the Watchtower interpretation. Either you think too much of yourself, or you try to be perfect. Which, lunacy is it. 😂 Once again, why should anyone believe the nonsense you write. Interpretation is something that distinguishes one from another. You just graduated from apostate College with James and John as the head cheerleaders. Don't forget to get the girls some pompoms. 😉 Seems to me, instead of trying to capitalize on a big assumption with Bible interpretation, you should concentrate on the true context and meaning. MGI Revelation 17:14 These will make war with the Lamb and the Lamb will conquer them, because he is Lord of lords and King of kings and those with him [are] the called and chosen and faithful [ones]." (Rev. 17:14 MGI) NIV Revelation 17:14 They will wage war against the Lamb, but the Lamb will triumph over them because he is Lord of lords and King of kings-- and with him will be his called, chosen and faithful followers." (Rev. 17:14 NIV) CSBO Revelation 17:14 These, will make war against the Lamb, but the Lamb will conquer them because he is Lord of lords and King of kings. Those with him are called and elect and faithful." (Rev. 17:14 CSBO) 7215 πιστός πιστός,-ή,-όν+ - A 4-9-10-23-29-75 Nm 12,7; Dt 7,9; 28,59; 32,4; 1 Sm 2,35 trustworthy, worthy of credit (of pers.) 2 Mc 1,2; reliable (of pers.) TobS 5,3; stereotypical rendition of ) אמןmostly ni.(: faithful )of heart( Neh 9,8; trustworthy, sure 1 Sm 25,28; lasting Dt 28,59; dependable, unfailing, plentiful Is 33,16; πιστά trustworthiness, bona fide Hos 5,9 *2 Sm 23,1 πιστός faithful -tאמן for MT נאם word, saying; *Prv 17,7 χείλη πισσά faithful lips, faithful words -שׁפת ישׁר? for MT שׁפת יתר fine words Cf. BARR 1961, 166.172-174; DOGNIEZ 1992, 163.295; HORSLEY 1982, 94; LARCHER 1983, 290-291.304-305; LIEBERMAN 1942, 75.76; ïNIDNTT; TWN 1988 πιστός, ή, όν (1) active; (a) of persons trusting, believing, full of faith, confiding (JN 20.27); (b) absolutely, as an adjective believing (in Christ) (AC 16.1); as a substantive believer (2C 6.15); οἱ πιστοί literally the believers, i.e. Christians (1T 4.3); πιστή female believer, Christian woman (1T 5.16); (2) passive; (a) of persons trustworthy, faithful, dependable (CO 4.7), opposite ἄδικος (dishonest); (b) of God trustworthy, faithful (HE 10.23); (c) of things, especially of what one says sure, reliable, trustworthy (1T 1.15) reference to quality of the entity chosen Mt 20:16; 24:22; Mk 13:20; Lk 18:7; Ro 8:33; Col 3:12; 2 Ti 2:10; Tit 1:1; 1 Pt 1:1; 2:9; Rv 17:14. – b. with focus on distinctiveness of the entity chosen, of Jesus as God’s exceptional choice, said in mockery Lk 23:35; highly ranked angels 1 Ti 5:21; in imagery of a fine building stone 1 Pt 2:4, 6. In Ro 16:13 ὁ ἐ. ἐν κυρίῳ appears to = distinguished for devotion to the Lord. Therefore, which faithful “will do so” under the understanding of trustworthy believers. Now if you have a problem with this scholarly works, you are insane to repeat your nonsense again or try to justify your first comment. Maybe it works with dense people, Like opposers as yourself, not me.
  13. Are you a professional linguist now aside from thinking you know everything about the Watchtower. 😂
  14. Not thinking again, I see Srecko. Could it be to offset your "crusade" of trying to bring down the Watchtower, by your false narratives about the Watchtower? 😁 Stop doing that, you made me spill my coffee with laughter! Srecko, and John Butler sure LOVE to hate the Watchtower and the governing body. Where, does LOVE factor in with the exclusion. You're writing more and more like witness feels. 😉 So, why coward behind on how you really feel. If hate is what you feel, then state it as fact. At least there will finally be some honesty when opposers only pretend. 🙄
  15. Since you think everyone at the Org is a potential pedophile, what does it matter, what your opinion is about someone still in the Org. To you, they are all guilty. That would include Anna, Comfortmypeople, Melinda, Outta here, James, JWinsider, BTK, TTH, by association for being part of the Org in your corrupt view. Yet, its funny how some within agree with opposers. You seem to forget however, with the word “IF” that seems to act as an oxymoron on how you view things. Why not ask James for his scoped firearm and stand watch on the doorstep 24/7 to satisfy your insanity. Then it won’t be hearsay gossip, it will become delusion of grandeur. Maybe you can invite James when you start to drool and fall asleep, why be the only lunatic there.
  16. When did you stop being a witness? You have about 2 decades of understanding, to catch up. If you pay attention to JWinsider, you have about 4 decades.
  17. Just in case there are witnesses still thinking about it! *** w84 7/1 pp. 15-16 “The Battle Is Not Yours, but God’s” *** United Action Required! 10 However, those Judeans were not to stand idly by, waiting for whatever deliverance Jehovah might bring. They were to be a people of action! They must demonstrate obedience to Jehovah and do things his way if they were to survive. No doubt many of them felt that the instructions that came from Jehovah were rather unusual. These tested their integrity. In the same way, before Jehovah performs his ‘strange deed, his unusual work,’ in destroying Christendom at the beginning of the “great tribulation,” he requires his witnesses to share unitedly in a work that may seem unusual to many. It is their sacred service of going to the homes of the people, time and again, to warn them of the impending destruction.—Isaiah 28:21; Matthew 24:14, 21. *** w14 9/15 p. 13 par. 4 Serve God Loyally Despite “Many Tribulations” *** 4 After visiting Derbe, Paul and Barnabas “returned to Lystra, Iconium, and Antioch. There they strengthened the disciples, encouraging them to remain in the faith and saying: ‘We must enter into the Kingdom of God through many tribulations.’” (Acts 14:21, 22) At first, that statement might seem strange. After all, the prospect of going through “many tribulations” would seem distressing, not encouraging. How is it, then, that Paul and Barnabas “strengthened the disciples” with a message that pointed to more tribulation? *** ws13 11/15 p. 20 par. 17 Seven Shepherds, Eight Dukes—What They Mean for Us Today *** 17 Elders, you can learn some helpful lessons from what we have just discussed: (1) The best thing you can do to prepare for the future attack of “the Assyrian” is to strengthen your faith in God and help your brothers to do the same. (2) When “the Assyrian” attacks, you must be completely convinced that Jehovah will save us. (3) At that time, the direction that you receive from Jehovah’s organization may seem strange or unusual. But all of us must be ready to obey any instructions we may receive, whether we agree with them or not, because obeying these instructions will save our lives. (4) If any are putting their trust in the education of this world, material things, or human organizations, they must change their way of thinking now. You must be ready to help any who may not be putting their complete trust in Jehovah. It's called, having faith and trust in God! 😉
  18. ahahah! You still don't get it, the Watchtower GB aren't the ones making revisions, God is. God has the authority to dispense food within generations to allow for corrections. I believe the illustration of the entire OT will give you a witness on how God dealt with his people with certain things. You really need to understand 😀
  19. Every True witness should know! Has the Watchtower Governing Body made it known how to proceed by God’s Holy Spirit before their declaration of 2017? *** ws11 7/15 p. 24 par. 9 Have You Entered Into God’s Rest? *** 9 Today, the faithful and discreet slave sometimes helps us to understand a teaching in the Bible in a way that is different from what we thought before. We should be happy about these changes. They show us that Jehovah is using the faithful and discreet slave to teach us the truth. Sometimes the Governing Body, who represents the faithful and discreet slave, reviews how we understand certain truths. If these brothers decide that changes are necessary, they are not afraid to correct the way they explained some teachings in the past or to make their explanations clearer. They know that some will say bad things about the faithful and discreet slave because of these changes, but that is not the most important thing to them. The most important thing to them is that they cooperate with God’s purpose. How do you feel when the faithful and discreet slave makes a change in the way we understand something in the Bible?—Read Luke 5:39. *** w75 8/1 p. 474 Elders Presiding in a Fine Way *** GOVERNING BODY 13 The governing body of the first-century Christians was careful not to impose any unnecessary burden or rule on the congregations. We do well to follow that example. The Scriptures must be the guide of the elders, so that there is always a Scriptural basis for counsel and decisions. This will have the benefit of giving unified teaching as well as correct teaching. Then one elder will not say one thing and another elder something else, in contradiction, leading to confusion. Unity must exist among the elders, and they should see “eye to eye” if their service is to be effective. This does not mean that every elder at the meeting must comment on every point. Solomon wisely counseled that there is a time to keep silent. (Eccl. 3:7) If a person can add something constructive, fine; if not, he can just listen and learn, and see how to improve his own contributions to the meeting. How did the Holy Spirit continues after Jesus death? How can opposers disprove who receives the Holy Spirit of God? And the Watchtower GB hasn't received it? *** w17 February p. 24 par. 5 Who Is Leading God’s People Today? *** 5 Christians in the first century recognized that the governing body was directed by Jehovah God through their Leader, Jesus. How could they be sure of this? First, holy spirit empowered the governing body. (John 16:13) Holy spirit was poured out on all anointed Christians, but it specifically enabled the apostles and other elders in Jerusalem to fulfill their role as overseers. For example, in 49 C.E., holy spirit guided the governing body to make a decision regarding the issue of circumcision. The congregations followed their direction and “continued to be made firm in the faith and to increase in number day by day.” (Acts 16:4, 5) The letter conveying that decision also reveals that the governing body manifested the fruitage of God’s spirit, including love and faith.—Acts 15:11, 25-29; Gal. 5:22, 23. How could adjustments be viewed by the inspiration of God’s Holy Spirit? *** it-1 p. 1205 Inspiration *** . While the writers were spirit-guided men, still God did not place his seal of guarantee distinguishing any such additional writings as part of the inerrant Word of God. The Hebrew noncanonical writings may have contained some error, and even the noncanonical writings of the apostles may have reflected to some degree the incomplete understanding that existed in the early years of the Christian congregation. (Compare Ac 15:1-32; Ga 2:11-14; Eph 4:11-16.) However, even as God by his spirit, or active force, granted to certain Christians the “discernment of inspired utterances,” he could also guide the governing body of the Christian congregation in discerning which inspired writings were to be included in the canon of the Sacred Scriptures.—1Co 12:10
  20. WOW! *** w15 7/15 pp. 18-19 par. 15 “Your Deliverance Is Getting Near”! *** 15 Does this mean that there will be a “rapture” of the anointed ones? Many in Christendom believe, according to this teaching, that Christians will be bodily caught up from the earth. Then, they expect that Jesus will visibly return to rule the earth. However, the Bible clearly shows that “the sign of the Son of man” will appear in heaven and that Jesus will come “on the clouds of heaven.” (Matt. 24:30) Both of these expressions imply invisibility. Additionally, “flesh and blood cannot inherit God’s Kingdom.” So those who will be taken to heaven will first need to be “changed, in a moment, in the blink of an eye, during the last trumpet.” (Read 1 Corinthians 15:50-53.) Therefore, while we do not use the term “rapture” here because of its wrong connotation, the remaining faithful anointed will be gathered together in an instant of time.
  21. Its called a continued false presentation. What good has come out of that heathen? You are a product of JWinsider’s ultimate false narratives? Srecko, Yes in need you are. He hasn’t explained anything worthwhile that has to do with actually understanding the Watchtower by his actions, attitude, and behavior that is against the Watchtower doctrine and policies. But just like a Sheppard looking for a lost sheep, where is JWinsider's action? That’s what makes you a hopeless case, and with those hopeless cases like, you, John, James, JWinsider should stay lost, since you want to continue to be blinded by smooth talking deceivers. 😀 Has the Watchtower Governing Body make it known how to proceed by God’s Holy Spirit before their declaration of 2017? *** ws11 7/15 p. 24 par. 9 Have You Entered Into God’s Rest? *** 9 Today, the faithful and discreet slave sometimes helps us to understand a teaching in the Bible in a way that is different from what we thought before. We should be happy about these changes. They show us that Jehovah is using the faithful and discreet slave to teach us the truth. Sometimes the Governing Body, who represents the faithful and discreet slave, reviews how we understand certain truths. If these brothers decide that changes are necessary, they are not afraid to correct the way they explained some teachings in the past or to make their explanations clearer. They know that some will say bad things about the faithful and discreet slave because of these changes, but that is not the most important thing to them. The most important thing to them is that they cooperate with God’s purpose. How do you feel when the faithful and discreet slave makes a change in the way we understand something in the Bible?—Read Luke 5:39. *** w75 8/1 p. 474 Elders Presiding in a Fine Way *** GOVERNING BODY 13 The governing body of the first-century Christians was careful not to impose any unnecessary burden or rule on the congregations. We do well to follow that example. The Scriptures must be the guide of the elders, so that there is always a Scriptural basis for counsel and decisions. This will have the benefit of giving unified teaching as well as correct teaching. Then one elder will not say one thing and another elder something else, in contradiction, leading to confusion. Unity must exist among the elders, and they should see “eye to eye” if their service is to be effective. This does not mean that every elder at the meeting must comment on every point. Solomon wisely counseled that there is a time to keep silent. (Eccl. 3:7) If a person can add something constructive, fine; if not, he can just listen and learn, and see how to improve his own contributions to the meeting. How did the Holy Spirit continue after Jesus death? How can opposers disprove who receives the Holy Spirit of God? *** w17 February p. 24 par. 5 Who Is Leading God’s People Today? *** 5 Christians in the first century recognized that the governing body was directed by Jehovah God through their Leader, Jesus. How could they be sure of this? First, holy spirit empowered the governing body. (John 16:13) Holy spirit was poured out on all anointed Christians, but it specifically enabled the apostles and other elders in Jerusalem to fulfill their role as overseers. For example, in 49 C.E., holy spirit guided the governing body to make a decision regarding the issue of circumcision. The congregations followed their direction and “continued to be made firm in the faith and to increase in number day by day.” (Acts 16:4, 5) The letter conveying that decision also reveals that the governing body manifested the fruitage of God’s spirit, including love and faith.—Acts 15:11, 25-29; Gal. 5:22, 23. How could adjustments be viewed by the inspiration of God’s Holy Spirit? *** it-1 p. 1205 Inspiration *** . While the writers were spirit-guided men, still God did not place his seal of guarantee distinguishing any such additional writings as part of the inerrant Word of God. The Hebrew noncanonical writings may have contained some error, and even the noncanonical writings of the apostles may have reflected to some degree the incomplete understanding that existed in the early years of the Christian congregation. (Compare Ac 15:1-32; Ga 2:11-14; Eph 4:11-16.) However, even as God by his spirit, or active force, granted to certain Christians the “discernment of inspired utterances,” he could also guide the governing body of the Christian congregation in discerning which inspired writings were to be included in the canon of the Sacred Scriptures.—1Co 12:10
  22. If you are going to argue about what the Watchtower has written in their literature? Educate yourself first JOHN before accepting the narratives of apostate view. Apostates added that phrase "by the Holy Spirit" that's not what the article was saying. *** w17 February p. 26 Who Is Leading God’s People Today? *** “WHO REALLY IS THE FAITHFUL AND DISCREET SLAVE?” 12 The Governing Body is neither inspired nor infallible. Therefore, it can err in doctrinal matters or in organizational direction. In fact, the Watch Tower Publications Index includes the heading “Beliefs Clarified,” which lists adjustments in our Scriptural understanding since 1870. Of course, Jesus did not tell us that his faithful slave would produce perfect spiritual food. So how can we answer Jesus’ question: “Who really is the faithful and discreet slave?” (Matt. 24:45) What evidence is there that the Governing Body is filling that role? Let us consider the same three factors that directed the governing body in the first century. This is the article apostates have taken to heart, just like James. What did I just write James as to his dense understanding of this one paragraph? Now read the whole thing in its entirety. Perhaps you will understand where the GB is coming from. If you can't understand that, there is more in JW.org to consider. Stop wasting my time with dense analogies that you think are representative of the Watchtower when they come from apostates doing the devils work.
  23. That would imply that today’s Watchtower still hold certain doctrinal understandings from the Bible Student era and that Raymond Franz didn’t err. That is the most fool heart'ed thing I can think of for not understanding the position of the word err. Remind the readers JAMES THOMAS ROOK JR what Raymond Franz was? A man that JWinsider, emulates and holds him to a higher standard from the others as a Bethel Gossiper. Don’t you ever get tired of looking dense? Oh! Well! I guess that’s the reason why your heart bleeds purple.
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