The Watchtower Library is a great tool to learn more about the Watchtower itself. For example, answering the question "Does the word "organization" ever appear in the Bible"? is easy to answer using it. We see that the answer is no, at least in the way the Watchtower uses the word.
I have been reading the Bible again but doing so with a critical eye. I have found tons of contradictions in it, and I have been shocked at how the Watchtower goes as far as changing the Bible text to avoid some contradictions.
Anyways, it is interesting to note the Scriptures for which the Watchtower has NOT commented on. You'd think that after 140 years of "studying" the Bible, that there would be a comment for literally every single Bible text.
For example, in (Joshua 15:21-32):
21 And the cities at the extremity of the tribe of the sons of Judah toward the boundary of E′dom in the south came to be Kab′ze·el and E′der and Ja′gur, 22 and Ki′nah and Di·mo′nah and A·da′dah, 23 and Ke′desh and Ha′zor and Ith′nan, 24 Ziph and Te′lem and Be·a′loth, 25 and Ha′zor-ha·dat′tah and Ke′ri·oth-hez′ron, that is to say, Ha′zor, 26 A′mam and She′ma and Mo·la′dah, 27 and Ha′zar-gad′dah and Hesh′mon and Beth-pel′et, 28 and Ha′zar-shu′al and Be′er-she′ba and Biz·i·o·thi′ah, 29 Ba′al·ah and I′im and E′zem, 30 and El·to′lad and Che′sil and Hor′mah, 31 and Zik′lag and Mad·man′nah and San·san′nah, 32 and Le·ba′oth and Shil′him and A′in and Rim′mon; all the cities being twenty-nine, together with their settlements.
This is an obscure Bible contradiction, but nonetheless, the Watchtower, in all those years, has only commented on verses 22 and 29, and even then, only in a little blurb in the Insight Book and/or the Aid for Bible Understanding book.
The rest of the verses have never had a comment from the WT.
Just wondering if someone could do a project showing all of the WT never-commented on texts?