“IF YOU were asked, ‘What are the key teachings of your faith?’ what would you say?.... You would likely mention your belief in Jesus Christ...” (page 8, par. 1)
a Christian, you'd likely mention your belief in
Jesus Christ? Wake up and smell the coffee, J.W.'s)
“Will those who died recently be raised near the start of Christ’s Thousand Year Reign?...... Will faithful men of old with leadership abilities come back early......? What about people who never served Jehovah? When and where will they be raised? Many questions could be asked. But, frankly, is there any real need to ponder those issues now?” (page 12 par. 20)
there any real need to ponder those issues now?” Duh! So
why has the “faithful slave” devoted 8 paragraphs of an alleged "Bible" study
article (13-20) to speculation & conjecture on the subject?
I'm not even prepared to attempt to analyse the two other Study articles which promote and encourage the baptism of J.W. kids. The melding of the words "youths" and "children" - as if they are one and the same - is a prime example of the cult's literature indoctrination methods. Someone else may have the stomach to tackle these so-called "study articles."