Who is B.W. Schulz? Anyone know?
Footnote 14 reads
14 Death of Thomas Birney, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Press, January 17, 1899. The obituary misnames his
partner as James R. Woodwell. The membership list for St. John’s Lodge is found in An Address Delivered at the
Request of St. John’s Lodge, no. 219, F. & A.M. at the 444th Stated Meeting, April 12th, 1883, on the History of
the Lodge, and the Establishment of Freemasonry in Pittsburgh. Thomas Birney’s name appears in the
membership list on page 112. No Russells find a place on the list, nor do they receive other mention. For details
see Appendix One.
But you raise GOATS. Tell Baphomet I said "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn."
...just yankin' yer chain! Welcome to our nightmare!
Old Goat who posts here sometimes is a friend. But I'm here mostly to just observe. I have an academic, not a polemic interest. Thanks for the welcome NN
Welcome Vienne! Do you have a referral link for me to use when I buy your book from Amazon?
Vienne, now I feel so... so... OBSERVED! To think that I might be the punchline in a thesis... !!!
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The Barbour bio needs updating, but we want to finish Separate Identity first.
NN, you made me laugh.
Please I find it absolutly incredible that Mr Schulz, could write such a book, and not at the very least end up in the back room about it.
joe, have you read the book? It's verifiable history. Hard to fault that. The WTS has a copy and never expressed an objection to it. Bruce is an old timer who's lived a significant amount of watchtower history. Our books are JUST history. There is no agenda but detailed, factual history. Hard to fault that.
Wasn't Richard Rawe a well known apostate? Did Nathan Natas say B W Schulz was friends with Rawe?