He started his talk before Rev.bookstudy with all the gloom and doom news and then dropped the (to me) bombshell that he reads the news on line. Yup, I could hear an intake of breath through the hall. I can't for the life of me remember what the rest of his talk was, although he used a box of Crayolas as a prop. But he reads the daily news on the Internet.
You will remember that I'm a non-babptized perpetual study, and that my screen name is descriptive. I'm throughly impressed by this website, and more than a little amazed by the level of your collective knowledge and awareness. So, when I listen at the hall and hear such things, I feel like I have to come here and share. Okay, maybe I really mean run and tattle.
His Sunday talks were intresting as well. The talk based on Psalm 26 was solid and conservative. BTW, take a look at that psalm in the NASB or NIV or NKJV to see how unnecessarily convoluted the NWT is.
And then came the final talk, based on ............ The Wizard of Oz. Amazing. And this here junior apostate was also amazed at how many in the congregation were so well-versed in a movie taken from a novel based on a political situation and expressed in the supernatural. I don't believe we are in Kansas, anymore.