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- 21nowwhat? in
in stephen letts annual meeting talk he spent about 15min.
talking about how the garden of eden compares to our spiritual paradise that we are currently inhabiting.
he didn't mention the earthly paradise until the very last sentence.
Ronald L. Lawson Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Queens College – Papers on Seventh-day Adventism, with some comparisons with Jehovah’s Witnessesby jwleaks in
ronald l. lawson ph.d., professor emeritus, queens college, cuny – papers on seventh-day adventism, with some comparisons with mormons and witnesses.
9 january 2019. link.
a question that continues to draw research in the sociology of religion is what factors spur the growth of religions (kelley 1972; iannaccone 1994; bruce 2002; hoge and roozen 1979; stark and finke 2000).
- 43Atlantis in
simon's forum is much more than just a forum where we come to expose the watchtower.
it is a place that simon wanted people to be able to come to, to receive help, support, or find a compassionate listener.. this forum has exposed the watchtower more times than any forum on the net.
- 5snugglebunny in
"i" news, jan 10, 2019:.
a brexit glossary: .
people’s vote – a second referendum.
- 7LoveUniHateExams in
so, i've been reading a bit about the picts recently.. i'm not sure there's a consensus on exactly who they were or what type of language they spoke.. even their name - picts - has more than one explanation of where it came from.
i've read some scholars believe it comes from latin pictus (painted), referring to their supposed habit of painting themselves and/or tattooing themselves.
other scholars believe that the name pict comes from another source.
- 26Addison0998 in
so one of the elders at the meeting tonight addressed to parents in his talk, “if your child wants to flip burgers for the rest of their life, because that’s is the only job that will allow them to have a schedule for full time service, you would want to support them the best you can.” he has also said told parents that if their children already have plans to go to college, even in the near future, they should try to do everything to stop them.
there’s so much ranting i could do about that alone, but to make matters worse, this is a considerably well off man.
he has his own buisness, a nice house with an additional room he added on last year, and him and his wife just took a lavish european trip.
- 12Brokeback Watchtower in
in moderation, religious and spiritual practices can be great for a person’s life and mental well-being.
but religious fundamentalism—which refers to the belief in the absolute authority of a religious text or leaders—is almost never good for an individual.
- 116Earthmeasured in
sorry for my poor english, i hope to make not too many mistakes.
im a jw and in the last three years i have studied a lot the topic of the earth being flat.
i have a good scientific background so im not stupid or crazy.
- 28minimus in
either here on this site or by a congregation member?