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I only up vote or down vote an individual comment, not the person whom made the comment. 

If I can find sense and reasoning in a comment, even though i might not totally agree with the comment, i might up vote it. It does no harm, this is only a forum not the coming Judgement. 

I do feel sorry for Arauna though, with her OCD about OCD. It reminds me of when the GB said concerning Child Sexual Abuse accusations, that the accusations only came from Apostates. 

Maybe the whole CCJW / W/t have OCD about apostates and oposers :) 

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It is funny that JWs say that the CCJW in no part of the world. BUT, then when CSA is mentioned JWs say, yes but it's everywhere in the world.   

According to Jesus' words, we are being judged by the inclinations of our heart.  I am happy that both God and Christ are merciful and that whomever is judging me knows more about me than i know about myself. 

What they are ACTUALLY saying is EXACTLY this: ".... The men taking the lead among us have sound reasons for confidence in the men taking the lead among us." WOW! I guess that is why we were once taught that men having sex with men, or animals does not dissolve a marriage, and we are taught TODAY ... today,  that two Bethelites sitting naked in chairs, watching each other masturbate IS NOT pornea. ".... The men taking the lead among us have sound reasons for confi

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It should not be much of a big deal, granted there are other denominations out there that are not listed, however, they do pop up in some stories and the like. Some religious news websites, however, need to be accessed with a deal of caution.

 

That being said, among other things, there is always and will forever be stupid people out there, who can bark, but cannot bite.

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On 5/11/2020 at 1:37 AM, James Thomas Rook Jr. said:

As of today, I only have 3666 "upvotes".

I understand that when I get 10,000 "upvotes", I get an all expense paid trip to Hawaii !

Well, after the Coronavirus is over, which will be around 2021, however, some are going overboard by saying 2022.

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On 5/11/2020 at 11:17 AM, 4Jah2me said:

Maybe the whole CCJW / W/t have OCD about apostates and oposers :) 

It has been my observation that WE ALL have OCD, about things that we feel strongly about ...

It's similar to the old joke,

QUESTION:  "What is a cult?"

ANSWER:  "It's the church down the street from YOUR church."

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5 minutes ago, James Thomas Rook Jr. said:

It has been my observation that WE ALL have OCD, about things that we feel strongly about ...

It's similar to the old joke,

QUESTION:  "What is a cult?"

ANSWER:  "It's the church down the street from YOUR church."

Not everyone. But as I stated to you and others here before, they do not know what a "cult" actually is.  If you are against the Trinity, you are part of a cult, if you say Jesus is not God, you are part of a cult, if you like dogs over cats, you are part of a cult. If you, as God is my witness, put french fries in ice you, you sir, are part of a cult.

The irony of it all, there is no justification, it is merely a one-shot claim to evade discussion and or to assume that you are better than the latter.

Yes, there are many churches, but the question is, of which church, be it organized or not, is following the True Church? As stated years back, Trinitarianism is on the decline and as a result of this, there is an uptick in trying to convert such into said faith, hence why the so called "WAR" is ongoing, even harder as it is now, since now colleges and universities are involved and the fact confusion has led to the formulation of more atheists and more people adhere to today's so called norm.

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7 minutes ago, James Thomas Rook Jr. said:

I see, Space Merchant,  that you feel very strongly about that ....

I feel strongly about that because of the experience I had mentioned before of what a cult actually is and what it is about. As all things pertaining to Christianity, the claims can be absurd at times, and annoying.

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28 minutes ago, 4Jah2me said:

@Space Merchant Quote " Yes, there are many churches, but the question is, of which church, be it organized or not, is following the True Church? "

The 'True Church' is surely the Anointed ones that are the Body of Christ. The 'Spiritual Jew'. So how do we know who they are ? 

 

As I had told everyone here, even before your time, The True Church is the Early Apostolic Church. And nearly over a dozen times I had stated this, that such people, Christians, whomever they are, strive to be like this church to the letter, as is with some working towards that. It is not an easy task due to the fact the more one attempts this path, the difficulty increases, as is with persecution, etc. This church is the one often attacked, and ridiculed by the so called war I am referring to, Trinitarianism vs. Non-Trinitarianism, and some of us are the types to not be so keen on misinformation when the facts are there. Granted, it is one of those reasons when this forum was originally a battle zone, I am the way I have always been since CSE, which is somewhat of a debating zone in regards to Biblical History.

That being said, the church church, as I had told many, even Witness, consist of the chosen ones and the followers of the Christ. Although she mixed up the information in one of our discussions, one cannot go around that notion in regards to True Christianity in the face of mainstream Christianity.

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