I opted to stay home and call in. But I was fuming whenever
I heard a watchtarded comment from some of
the friends I truly like and some I admire as good hearted
people--the mind control is so obvious once you've "awakened".
One little girl 4 years old commented "I love dragons and dinosaurs"
and that just about had me in tears laughing.
It was definitely not what the parents nor the conductor were expecting.
I could hear a few giggles before the conductor after an awkward pause
went on to say, "well, thank you for sharing that" then kept on going
with the mind numbing Q&A.
About your question...
My favorite way to plant a thought is to raise questions matter of factly during
Why do you think it says "print of the nails" when Thomas
is talking about Jesus' hand wounds. How would his hands
look having been nailed, if there were more than one nail?
Not one hand on top of another, right?
It's just a conversation starter whenever there's a picture of Jesus with one
hand over the other and nailed with a single nail on an upright stake.
I've also asked where does the Bible mention paradise is found.
And then go to the account where Paul talks about his vision of third heaven.
Another point I like to ask is how can we say that 144000 is a litteral number
if the 12 tribes aren't the literal 12 tribes of Israel and the members aren't
natural jews, but symbolic. Shouldn't the whole verse be symbolic including the number?
One more point I've made with some friends is about where the Great Crowd is
singing praises in Revelation. It's in heaven according to the verse.
Of course if you look up these scriptures in the WTLib you'll notice a very drawn
out and "evidently" made up explanation to make it agree with WT teachings.
But I think it just may leave a question in someone's mind about what the Bible
is actually saying, not what the WT explains it to mean.