There is no difference in what you stated above that would be deceptive and what they are actually saying. "their faith is of primary importance" is no different that "the first things in life are service and going to the KH". Apparently, you are the only one who can't see that
Every now and then I encounter on JWD people who simply do not have a basic grasp of language and grammatical structure and who persist in misreading something.
It's not Hebrew Eduardo...it's in English and you are either a fool or indeed, a lawyer if you can't see that what you classify as being deceptive, is no damn different than what the WTS is encouraging in their CCB.
The CCB specifically qualifies your quoted portion above by stating that the situation of example parts at the assemblies or the platform and by using the qualifier "WHEN....the first things" is WHEN one WOULD emphasize that the first things in life are service and going to the KH, etc. (for JWs). That you fail to understand the difference is truly baffling.
No, what's truly baffling is that you think people on here cannot see that you're merely playing with words in order to try and cover over what the WTS is proposing.
As for the assertion about the hourly commitment, etc. the fact is that only a tiny fraction of Witnesses actually DO all that is encouraged that they do. The vast majority of Witnesses put in very little time than what is minimally required to get by without flak from the Elders or their parents if they are children. The fact that the average service hours are less than 10hrs a month demonstrates that half of all Witnesses don't even spend 10 hours a month in formal OR informal ministry.
And I noticed that you completely ignored the fact that they still have to spend an extraordinary amount of time preparing for the meetings, attending the meetings, and even if they're below the congregation average, they still most likely go out once a week on Saturday mornings. So you certainly did not disprove the fact that Witnesses must spend 14 - 20 hours a week doing the bare minimum for this cult. Then again, I wouldn't expect a company man such as yourself to actually admit that this is a highly controlled cult that likes to keep it's members so busy, they haven't time for anything else.
Once again the difference between the ideal state and the actual state of most Witnesses is lost upon you.
No, apparently common sense is what's lost upon you Eduardo. Just like most Witnesses, you completely ignore facts about this religion that you have no defense for and instead, seize upon minor, stupid things hoping to distract from the problems of the religion. Like the apologetics who claim that there was really nothing wrong with the WTS having a library card for the UN, you play with words, deny they mean what they say and instead, twist them to appear make the Organization appear in the most favourable light.
And in case anyone is wondering, Eduardo apparently is DF'd but has a "deep respect and love for both the Organization and for my fellow Jehovah's Witnesses" which would explain his defending them: http://www.jehovahs-witnesses.info/associate.html