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  • username

    Just before the morning adjournment in the Australian proceedings the judge played an absolute blinder.

    He asked the elder as in Deuteronomy would the Jehovah's Witnesses stone a woman for committing adultery?!

  • zeb
    And what did he say?
  • 1Averagejoe

    Let me guess, "I don't understand your question..."

    Lets come up with some jw answers... It's not that hard.

  • _Morpheus
    No. We follow the principle. She if she is disfellowshipped she is, in effect, dead to us until she repents. We also are no longer under the mosaic law. We do however follow its principles
  • notsurewheretogo
    We stone her "spiritually" but using cold-hard stony stares when we pass her on the street...
  • username

    Sorry I should have explained it better. During the questioning of Ron de Roy de Roy mentioned using Deuteronomy and the fact the witnesses do take the scriptures literal. The judge the went on to say in accordance to Deuteronomy would Jehovah's witnesses also stone a woman for adulterery!

    Basically the judge pulled out an ace card lol.

  • Diogenesister

    BOYAKA SHAKA! As we say in Brixton.

    Baker was a dead loss though.

  • freemindfade

    Two witness rule yes

    Stoning no

    So simple and yet I never thought of that one. Again I'm so impressed with the sharpness of these guys on the jw thing.

  • reds
    Wow, what a great question. Love it. Would love to see this cult go down hard.
  • Phizzy

    I do hope that others who have the chance to question JW's take their lead from the guys on this R.C.

    So many in the past, journalists and Courts, have just rolled over and accepted the "It's in the Bible" excuse.

    Challenge it.

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