It is patently obvious that to the writers of WT material, words are their stock-in-trade,not to enlighten those of an enquiring nature, but to invoke adulation among the R&F for the elitist and secretive leadership. By a constant and almost mesmerizing stream of repetition, words are marshalled in the service of this leadership for the sole purpose of intimidation and a perceived need to quell any potential insurgency.Through a veil of ambiguities and verbal nuances, the R&F are constantly being reminded of the supposed dangers of independence and insubordination.
These writers appear as a body of coarse men, coarse not in their manners but in their sensitivities. Their theological fluidity masks a cynicism that is not a product of disappointed idealism, but is at once a blatant display of avarice and a pragmatic entrenchment of power.Such men have no real business in the work of theological rectitude. Indeed they reduce its moral credibility by their very words. The pathetic skill they bring to their writing craft is offset by a failure to grasp the overwhelming reality of the truth of the Gospel message.
They see as their paramount need, not an advancement of the Love of Christ, indeed no WT has yet been crafted in the 127 years of WT history, that describes love for neighbour other than in terms of the door to door expansion of the WT message, but a required submission to WT authority. There is by necessity, an unintended irony here. The more the WT writers attempt to repress "murmurings" the more "murmurings" will be created.
This again by necessity, will require more words to be expended in the repressive work of the WT. I suppose in an ingenious sort of way, it keeps them in the writing business.
Nice little earner, lads.