Paul Grundy being interviewed on ABC 612 right now

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  • Anonymous1
  • cantleave
    Listening to it now, thank you for the post
  • the girl next door
    the girl next door
    WOW! Thanks for the heads up.
  • cantleave
  • azor
    Neither of the above links work. Does anyone have any other link or guidance on how to watch it?
  • the comet
    the comet
    It will be put up in podcast just hasn't been uploaded yet.
  • smiddy


    Try using Paul Grundy`s name or Ellen Fanning`s name once you log on to the ABC

    ,it worked for me.

    An excellent interview , Paul is a well balanced young man devoid of sensationalism , no rants , no ravings.


  • Dagney

    Well done Paul. Thank you for sharing your life with us. It will go far as many will identify with your journey. xx

  • stuckinarut2


    Great great great interview!

    Thankyou Paul!

  • Heaven

    Excellent interview, Paul. I agree that removing the emotions and presenting hard facts and evidence is key to helping people who are mislead. My parents would often times get angry or snarky with me. I tried to remain calm in these situations and just continue with logical questions and statements. It showed who was being reasonable and who was not. Sometimes you can't convince them right off but it can help to at least plant seeds for them. It is their choice whether they wish to use those seeds to grow further.

    My advice to all young JW's is never get baptized. If you are to 'imitate Jesus' then wait until adulthood as he did. Luckily, my Mom believed the same. The teenage years are critical for children to develop their own identities. Baptism is unwise during this time. It was during this time period I began to doubt, not just JWs but all religion, the Bible, and God. If you don't get baptized, then you are not a formal, dedicated Jehovah's Witness, and therefore, you can't be disfellowshipped.

    As a teenager, I wasn't really aware of this legality to be honest. But I could not dedicate myself to a set of beliefs I did not agree with. So... I never got baptized. My parents did not shun me, although they did withdraw to a certain degree and they did treat me badly at times. But I think this was my saving grace in terms of being able to maintain a relationship with them.

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