When persons are in great danger from a source that they do not suspect or are being misled by those they consider their friends, is it an unkindness to warn them? They may prefer not to believe the warning. They may even resent it. But does that free one from the moral responsibility to give that warning?
The Watchtower, January 15, 1974.
While I agree that we should warn people about dangers, and like the fact that what the Watchtower (the magazine) said is perfectly true about the Watchtower (the organization), I also think that the reason to give the warning should not be to save your own responsibility. The simple reason should be that you care about the person, whoever the person is.
What do you think?