I am aghast at your assertion that my two questions asked have "nothing to do with what the WT teaches about Salvation being found in the WT organization."
Let’s take a look at those two questions. As follows,
1. Do JWs a) believe that Jehovah will ultimately judge each of us or b) do JWs believe they will do that?
2. Has Jehovah provided Jehovah’s Witnesses a preview of his judgments for each individual?
SC, if you think that answers to those two questions have "nothing to do with what the WT teaches about Salvation being found in the WT organization" then you have reading comprehension problems and any discussion between us henceforth may therefore be useless. Please note that each question relates to WHAT Jehovah’s Witnesses believe on the subject of salvation. Your reply is appalling. I also see that you could not muster a simple "Yes" or "No," or "A" or "B" answer to either question.
Considering your experience and present circumstances it is understandable that you have some pent up frustration regarding the Society. Perhaps this is not the time for you and I to be considering objectively the issue at hand of what the Society teaches regarding salvation.
If you choose to continue then please provide concise answers to the two questions asked. Afterward I will be glad to expand this discussion by considering your reasoning.
I am glad to see that you and I are on better footing now. I would ask that you not make too much of my work. All of us have valuable things to share with one another.
Edited by - Friend on 10 June 2000 23:18:52