The Governing Body / Jehovah`s Witnesses and the Sin Of Omission ,How guilty are they ? Can you give an example ?

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  • Finkelstein

    It's so much easier to deceive when you are a scheming and determined liar,

    and do not permit your victims to research for themselves.

    Well said Splash

  • Finkelstein

    Another Sin of Omission might be the date setting by the WTS leaders of making a set time of Jesus's return or positioning of his heavenly throne. ie. 1874, 1914, 1925, 1975

    Jesus through Scripture admonished his true devoted followers to not make a time on god's own sacred time but expect things to occur in the future unexpectedly.

    He also gave warning about false prophets who claim they speak from god and what to do when approached by these false prophets.

    This is the very reason why most Christian based faiths have not made certain prominent date setting in being faithful adherent to Jesus's guidance and instructions.

    .......but then again most Christian based faiths dont have a publishing house at its core operation.

  • Vidiot
    menrov - "Doubter is a typical JW."

    So... is his username an attempt at irony? :smirk:

  • Nevuela

    Searril That didn't answer my question at all. In fact, none of what you said made any sense. It's as though you were answering someone else's question entirely.

    And why on earth would anyone downvote my question? That is so rude and counterproductive. I just wanted a simple answer. I don't understand why some people here are so mean-spirited. I have never once downvoted anyone on this site, with the sole exception of that one jerk who verbally assaulted everyone who tried to reason with him before he was banned last year.

  • Splash

    Hi Nevuela, why is it such a big deal to you when someone gets a downvote?

    Don't take it personally, it's just people and it's just the internet. Don't let something so unimportant and inconsequential upset you.

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