Born in, Convert or 1975er?

by Think About It 59 Replies latest jw friends

  • Apognophos

    Born-in. One parent was also a born-in, but the other was a '75er.

  • JeffT

    Converted in 1973, so both B and C apply. As a couple of other said I liked what they said about living peacefully and racial harmony. Even though I had access to a university library with 2 million volumes I didn't do any research until about 1988.

  • wha happened?
    wha happened?

    Converted in 1988, baptized in 1989.

    Eyes wide shut

  • pixel

    a and b together.

  • nuthouse escapee
    nuthouse escapee

    Born in (1955), left in 2004, Df'd 2005

  • 20yearfader

    Born in....sigh

  • 144001

    Born in. I was a kid but was old enough to both witness and comprehend the 1975 farce. My dad was a very zealous elder for as long as I can remember.

    I never had any inclination whatsoever to get baptized. I stopped attending meetings at age 15, and was completely out of it by the time I was 16.

    I have no regrets about leaving the Watchtower, other than the regret that I wasn't able to do it even sooner than I did.

  • Slidin Fast
    Slidin Fast

    Born in, too long ago to mention.

  • Dagney

    Born in.

  • wasblind

    Converted in 1988, baptized in 1989.

    Eyes wide shut______Wha Happened ?

    Water . Does the trick for those not in a coma. That's what happened


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