Thank you for your kind comments.
The fact is that it started
out as something very different: I wanted to study Isaiah 43. It is a
poem written around the time of the Babylonian Captivity. The Study then
took itself into two parts: firstly, looking at the chapter in the
Bible, the second part was looking at how the Watchtower introduced it
into their methodology. Gradually, it became clear that with the second I
was discovering more than I had anticipated. I wrote to someone that I
was writing but I did not know what it is. The Study grabbed my hands
and took me on a journey where I discovered things I had never known. Still I was concerned at where this thing was taking me. The last mental struggle was to understand how a democratic society
could become autocratic without having conducted a democratic election. It became clear that they were gradually pummeled into submission, with a process that took more than 20 years.
suspect that every reader will, as it proper, see things that I had not
even imagined; I do not have their experiences.
Perhaps the Writing
Department at HQ will find it useful?
I hope you like the cartoon at the