So the local JC decided to DF my girlfriend because of basically premarital sex.
She confessed few weeks back to the elders, and the judicial system had its wheels rolling.
They confronted her today, and eventually came to the conclusion described above.
She told them that she regretted our sexual acts, and that we wouldn't perform that kind of actions before we're married.
They talked with her about getting married etc. a week before the JC.
Now the reason they decided to DF her was not the sexual acts itself, nor the lack of regret,
but apparently the fact that "she hadn't made any decisions".
Evidently they would've wanted a date for our marriage, or to know that she would leave me (not going to happen).
They didn't even tell her that they would require that sort of decisions.
Question: Why isn't regret enough for being forgiven? Is this really legit WTBTS-policy? Can they really do this?
I thought that regret was defining for what kind of action was taken on such matters. I remember watching a documentary,
where a JW-man dated a non-JW girl and they had premarital sex. The man was given 3 choices: Marriage, having sex must stop
or DA himself. Is this kind of policy outdated, are females treated differently on these kind of matters, or is this particular
JC overstepping its limits?