Mega-Church buys JW Assembly Hall property in Indianapolis

by OrphanCrow 39 Replies latest watchtower scandals

  • Vidiot
    Vidiot

    Wondrous contraction is now taking place... :smirk:

  • ToesUp
    ToesUp

    darkspliver

    "Well the QB doesn't quite say that.... particularly if it's just one or two people.... the QB says it should be 'considered'.... they'd probably just go - "ah right, there goes ToesUp, again!"

    Yes....I have been known to be a "troublemaker." What really pissed the Brothers off, is I am a woman (the weaker vessel). Some Brothers had that look on there face (scared shiTl*ss) when they would see me. I am actually very nice. I just have bitchy resting face. Watch the video....that's me! Mrs. Toes

    bitchy face video

  • darkspilver
    darkspilver

    haha!

    anyway, the secret when throwing something like this in, is to throw it in discreetly, a kinda curve ball that ends up being their idea/reasoning, not yours

    Kinda like this:

    http://lifehacker.com/5715912/how-to-plant-ideas-in-someones-mind

  • JHK
    JHK

    "The end is at hand! We need all the money." The Governing Body Bank...

  • steve2
    steve2

    When it comes to money, profits and real estate, the organization's collective "conscience" is extraordinarily elastic: YES.

    When it comes to local brothers and sisters earning money from services provided to the "churches of Christendom", the organization's collective "conscience" spits out a big, fat NO!

    To be clear: Religion is a snare and a racket.

  • sparrowdown
    sparrowdown

    They bought it from christendom and sell it back to christendom it's known as the revolving door of God's real estate business.

  • dubstepped
    dubstepped

    They were supposed to sell it, along with another one, to build one in or near Cincinnati. Last I heard that deal was off, but they're still selling what they have.

  • flipper
    flipper

    Yeah, when I was a JW I was told I couldn't offer my services in business like Toes Up said to " false religion " with any repairs or whatever to their church as it would be contributing to " Babylon the Great " - yet WT leaders can O.K. selling a property for 2 million $$$$ and not see their own hypocrisy. Bunch of bastards. Do as I say - not as I do. Peace out, Mr. Flipper

  • Tallon
    Tallon

    'So....let me get this straight. I can not do any work or business with or on a church. I can not even attend a church for a wedding or funeral BUT Watchtower can sell a building to a church? Boy...that is the height of hypocrisy'! - ToesUp.

    ToesUp has just about summed it up.



  • darkspilver
    darkspilver

    Hi Tallon!

    'So....let me get this straight. I can not do any work or business with or on a church. I can not even attend a church for a wedding or funeral BUT Watchtower can sell a building to a church? Boy...that is the height of hypocrisy'! - ToesUp.

    ToesUp has just about summed it up.

    Watchtower 15 May 2002 page 28

    Questions From Readers: Would it be advisable for a true Christian to attend a funeral or a wedding in a church?

    "A Christian must carefully weigh all the factors involved. Under certain circumstances he or she may conclude that no difficulties would arise from attending a church funeral or wedding as an observer."

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