The definition of Providentially: prov·i·den·tial adj.
1. Of or resulting from divine providence. 2. Happening as if through divine intervention; opportune.
OK. This IS it. On Revelation book, page 105, on top of the page on a little box, it says:
"Providentially, those Bible Students had not realized that there is no zero year between "B.C." 606 to 607 B.C.E, when research made it necessary to adjust B.C. 606 to 607 B.C.E., the zero year was also eliminated, so that the prediction held good at "A.D. 1914".
Now, according to the definition and the WT comment, God made the Bible Students (Russell) to be wrong on a date. Yes, God was sending bad flashes of light! GIMME A BREAK. And how did they fix that mistake that God sent them? Keep reading:
"when research made it neccesary to abjust", that means that they had to fix what God screwed by making research themselves. I think this is blasphemy. Gosh! These people at the GB are crazy!!
Give some opinions please. Pix.