In a recent post FFGhost made a comment about how they're always inserting modern concepts into Biblical narratives to make it relatable to JW's organization. Here are some that come to mind:
- the capitalized term "Governing Body" when referring to the older men in Jerusalem (really just another group of Christians that Paul outspokenly disagreed with and didn't look to for approval)
- Jephthah's daughter entering full-time service after being encouraged by her friends (a deliberate mistranslation of her actual human sacrifice and the mourning that followed)
- paintings of early Christians going door to door with bookbags (even though they preached town to town, visited private homes only for food and lodging and were told specifically not to keep going house to house)
Can you think of any more?