Former light-hearted asides aside, I am still trying to understand what you meant when you asked for what we think about what you wrote without injerjecting our own thoughts.
I get the impression that you feel you are NOT interjecting your own thoughts and wish us to refrain from doing so as well...meaning what exactly? That you feel you are expressing God's thoughts and we should try to do the same, and then we will all agree?
I don't know. That's why I'm asking. I would like to understand the basic premise upon which you are operating here.
As to a few of your other remarks:
I'm assuming, before reading, that this an anti-Jehovah's Witness site.
I see it as more of a site where people who have ties with JWs in one way or another can freely discuss and debate issues associated with them. As a natural consequence it also seems to have developed into something of a support group for those who have suffered adverse effects from JW beliefs and practices.
The only "Basic Doctrine" you seem to have addressed in this post, inadvertently, is that of Christ returning invisibly to rule the earth. I think one of the main reasons "Christendom" seems to ignore the already established "theocracy" JWs preach is that they believe the Bible rather than the Watchtower Society. They thus reject the notion that Christ's return is invisible and occurred in 1914, unbeknownst to everyone but the select few who believe they were chosen to be his visible representatives. (Please see Matt.24:23-27 and Luk.21:27.)
If you are a member of a church of Christendom, you are well aware that they claim to be Bible-based. However, what I just posted should raise questions.
I just went to church for the first time recently. It was nothing like I thought it would be, and nothing like attendance at a KH either. The whole service focused on grace and love and being a welcomed part of God's family. There was one scripture chosen for the scripture lesson, and a few select ones that formed the basis of the sermon. There was lots of praise through song. Bibles and hymnbooks were easily accessible for visitors, and there were bags of crayons and Bible-story colour books for children.
I hope you will stick around for a while. Some of the things others post here should raise questions in your mind as well, and that's a GOOD thing. I believe we should never give up questioning our own beliefs, as this is even more important than questioning other people's beliefs.
Let's keep talking