thirdwitness: Where is this amazing book written by Christendom that outdoes the insight book?
The density keeps increasing. You better be careful lest your head turn into a lump of anti-matter. This question was in reply to this comment:
Frank: The Watchtower condemns Christendom's churches but robs constantly from Christendom's sources without giving credit where credit is due.
You see, we write in English on this forum. When a word is plural it means "more than one" of whatever the word was.
Secondly, a few activated brain cells should clue you in that the claim was never made that the plurality of unsourced sources stolen from to compile Aid to Bible Understanding were better than, or outdid Aid to Bible Understanding, or its doctrinally corrective descendant, Insight On the Scriptures. The claim was that the compilation failed (for the most part) to properly credit the sources of the material presented.
Lastly, Christendom doesn't write books. Christendom has never written a single book. People write books. That is, outside of cultic organizations that try to produce organizationally binding doctrine anonymously people write books. Perhaps you were led to believe Christendom wrote a book by the possessive form being used. Possession can also convey the idea of familiar association to a particular segment of society, it rarely signifies origin. Use of the possessive forms more frequently signifies possession (ownership or use) of the noun in question.
With such blatant illogic and linguistic incapacity woven through nearly every post of yours, I am surprised that any lurker would credit anything you write.