This is a blatant scam. They know they are misleading people, yet they want people to think they alone have the correct understanding of the Bible. The truth is, the average person would be able to understand the essence of what the Bible says with no help, if they were not biased by religion.
So long as one refrains from creating problems that didn't exist, one can discern that the Bible is about the war of God against humanity's seeking freedom. God wants an absolute tyranny, Satan (who is in charge of protecting mankind) does not. Satan does his job, which threatens the tyranny. God barges, preventing mankind from enjoying freedom. God sets up a "deliverance", which is perennially promised "any time now" (but never seems to come), under the condition that we abide by God's tyranny and resist Satan's attempts to liberate us.
Now, jump to the New Testament. Jesus tries to set man free of God's tyranny, and dies trying. By using Paul to confuse people about what Jesus really taught, God twists a few things around and makes it look like Jesus was the ransom of the original sin. New rules are made up by Paul, and these are put in Jesus' mouth. Finally, the Bible closes with vague symbols that suggest whatever someone with an imagination and the desire to pull off a scam wants them to mean. This book is finalized by the Catholic church, and ultimately translated by Protestants and made common. Anyone reading it without the advice from the Filthful and Disgraceful Slavebugger could come to that conclusion, so long as they are not biased by Christian religion.
As for the Washtowel, it is even more strongly pushing idolizing the Filthful and Disgraceful Slavebugger. Notice that the Bible, which they claim to abide by, prohibits idolatry. Just look at the commandments, and you will find this ban. Paul reiterates this ban with his list at 1Cor 6:9-10. Now, it matters not whether or not God used Paul to put those words in Jesus' mouth where they were not--remember, the religion claims that all scripture is inspired and beneficial. And it bluntly prohibits idolatry. The Washtowel Slaveholdery itself claims zero tolerance on idolatry. Yet, these men that make up the Filthful and Disgraceful Slavebugger class mandate worship from all the witlesses, which is the most blatant form of idolatry! Everything one does has to be permitted in the littera-trash, and the witlesses cannot make a decision without consulting either the hounders, the littera-trash, or both.
Now, I do not claim to be one of God's servants--nor do I wish to become one again. However, when there is this blatant a discrepancy between what their stated source says and what they themselves say, I can pretty well point it out--and I see no room for this level of blatant, obey at all costs, they cannot possibly make a mistake type of idolatry in human life.