Charles Taze Russell's Religion of Quackery

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  • thetrueone

    There have been a few more videos on YouTube pertaining to C T Russell and his Watchtower Society Publishing Company.

    Here are some that I thought were amusing and informative.

  • thetrueone

    These videos might be good ones to send people who are thinking of joining this stupid deceiving cult of bullshit

    or to ones wondering why a once devout JW is stepping away and leaving it.

    In review its clear that the orchestrators of the WTS. were power playing opportunists,

    exploiting the belief in the bible to self market themselves and to create an envelope of power and procured money.

    One of the down falls to a free and open society in regards to religion, I guess.

    The WTS owns a lot of gratitude to the United States goverment for the capability to exist and develop.

    Ironicly since the US goverment is just a part of Satan's rulership, the WTS. needs to really thank Satan the Devil.

  • reslight2

    Video #1

    Charles Taze Russell, although among the founders of the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society, never believed in a "visible organization" of God on earth, as do the Jehovah's Witnesses. The Jehovah's Witnesses' organization was formed after Russell died.

    Nothing wrong with Russell's statements concerning the Great Pyramid; what is the point?

    Yes, there is good evidence that the angels who sinned (2 Peter 2:4,5) before the flood became the gods of Egyptian and Grecian mythology.

    Russell is correct in that ancient Egyptian Abydos tablet does trace back to Adam, thus verifying the Biblical account; so what is the point?

    Nevertheless, as Russell also pointed out:

    Isaiah 19:14 Yahweh has mixed a spirit of perverseness in the midst of her; and they have caused Egypt to go astray in every work of it, as a drunken man staggers in his vomit.-- World English.

    Egypt, like many other ancient nations, although having a root to God's promise of Genesis 3:15, perverted that promise to idolatrous purposes.

    Except that one believe that the Bible itself is quackery, I see nothing in the first video that would indicate that Russell was presenting anything that could be considered quackery.

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    me too

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