The following story appeared in the New York Times today:
The New York Times Article on Jehovah's Witnesses
I posted this yesterday and it just showed up about 1 hour ago.
So I didn't mean to post it twice.
I also had a comment that just now posted and I made it yesterday.
Something is going on with the system.
Good find, thanks for posting Tenacious. Well written.
Oh thank you. That is beautifully written. Its the 99million dollar question.
I have ordered the book.
Amber Scorah’s essay on loss and grief is powerful and moving. Here are two quotes that I particularly appreciated:“I am not saying there is no God, but I am saying no God would do this to someone.”“If belief were a choice, I might choose it. But it’s not.”
TREVOR NOAH COMEDY CHANNEL TIME 10P CDST
Season 24, Episode 113 June 4, 2019 - Amber Scorah
I think she is promoting her book. Some times that is the first time I have heard of some people, when they are on his show.
She expresses well, how you might feel and think after religion goes away from your life. I have similar thoughts about death.
It's also surprising how children connect events like thunderstorms as being God bringing judgement on them. I thought the same way. I also read Mark Twain's book about his life and every time a thunderstorm happened, he would pray and beg to God that he would from then on be a good boy. Funny how religion does that.