JW's will NOT like the first months of life in the Paradise! (University Research)

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  • blondie

    One person view of life after Armageddon


    After Armageddon

    There are two fictitious stories circulating on the internet describing events right after Armageddon. Both stories are written in Diary format. The interesting thing about these two stories is that one is written by one of Jehovah’s Witnesses and the other is written by a former Jehovah’s Witness. The perspectives are stark, telling and disturbing for very different reasons.

  • redvip2000

    Isn't this the same God that flew pandas and polar bears to the middle east to be stuff in an ark?

    Surely, he will fly all of those dead bodies across the solar system and into the sun where they will be burned forever.

    There see? Anything is possible with God magic.

  • truth_b_known

    Blondie -

    Thank you for posting the story "After Armageddon. It has been nearly 9 years since I have read that story and I have been looking for it ever since. It is actually part of what helped me leave the organization.

  • Finkelstein

    Tony Morris suggested about the dead bodies as ''hotdogs on a grill''.

    ...and he looks like he's had a lot of hotdogs in his life time.

    No wonder he has to wear big oversized pants, his ass is as big as a house .

    The reality is the stated and written time of Armageddon in the bible book of Revelation is just another mythological expression by the ancient Hebrews in creating power and relevance to their god of worship YHWH, its fictional like Noah's flood was fictional.

    That's just what the ancients did in creating an envisioned image of their gods , they told grandiose stories in how their particular god(s) were to help and even guide the civilization to whom created and worshiped them.

  • dynamiterose77

    @Blondie thanks for reminding me of the science projects I did based on Awake topics... I was heartbroken every year because I didn't do well...

    ... you can imagine how my 5th grade research paper about evolution went...

    guaranteed my kids don't have that problem :-P

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