When I mentioned the "Given Ones" essay, I never thought that someone would paste it on this thread. Oh well, I guess I should not have mentioned it but my words at the end of the essay contain a special thought from me to Jehovah's Witnesses so let me paste those words here:
"Accordingly, all Jehovah’s Witnesses should be irritated by the facts regarding this strained analogy. They should be embarrassed by this deceitful presentation of a nugatory subject and ask themselves, What was the rationale behind the Watchtower writer, with the approval of the Governing Body, to use such a flawed analogy anyway?
I THEN WENT ON TO SAY THIS:
"Furthermore, this author suggests that Jehovah’s Witnesses give some thought to how the following words may apply to the men who are responsible for this exegesis and also of the more critical tenets of their faith, some of which could be life and death matters:
“The person faithful in what is least is faithful also in much and a person unrighteous in what is least is unrighteous also in much.” Luke 16:10
That last point with the cited scripture matters very much when we carefully read the material that will be coming our way in a few days. Remember, if the Watchtower lied to us in this silly non-essential "Given Ones" analogy, we should have suspected that they would lie in very important matters too. They have proved to be unrighteous in what is least and unrighteous also in much."
Please be aware that I am not giving you more clues, I'm just stating a fact to think about.