Watchtower's view on gambling changed?

by donny 25 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • Bonnie_Clyde

    Clyde and I know of a ministerial servant and his wife who regularly go to casinos--it happens to by DIL's parents. Also a friend of Clyde's said he saw a couple of elders at a casino after an assembly. Maybe they just stopped by for coffee.

  • jam

    My son inlaw works in the casinos in Las Vegas and

    he and my daughter have no problems in their cong.

    He works in customer service.

  • GLTirebiter

    Perhaps New Light will shine if the GB ever needs bingo revenue to pay the could sit at the DC marking your cards while eating lunch...the center free box could say "undeserved kindness".

  • WTWizard

    This could be a trap. Get some of the witlesses into employment, and then when unemployment reaches 30% or more, pull it right back out from under their feet under some "Trust in Jehovah" crap. I don't trust the Filthful and Disgraceful Slavebugger.

    Yet, the witlesses have always been required to gamble. They gamble away all their time and resources, waste all their money in field circus and donations to the Worldwide Pedophile Defense Fund, and throw away quite a few of their belongings. In return, they are given a "Probably" you "MAY" be concealed in the day of Jehovah's anger. All your time, basically your whole life, for a chance at surviving Jehovah's anger? And these are the same people that make a big deal if you gamble a few hundred toilet papers in hopes of making a thousand toilet papers back.

  • mrquik

    I'm betting 2 to 1 it's a JW trap.

  • hamsterbait

    ST George quotes from the Flock Book.

    EVIDENTLY it is only wrong if you bet more than petty amounts, or win more than pennies.

    Like the blood fractions it is all a matter of SIZE COUNTS.

    A little bit of the blood. A little bit of a stake. A little bit of a prize.

    Yet they DF a brother for kissing a man - isnt that just a little bit of Gay?

    They are clueless.


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