I think he was pretty flustered because he insisted that Jesus would
have died on the "cross" for nothing if he was married and only slightly
hesitated after the word cross and didn't bother to fix it before
making the rest of the argiment.
I don't follow that line of reasoning at all.
Wasn't there an official WT teaching from some years back about how much of a sacrifice Jesus' death was?
As in, as many on here have posted, it really wasn't much of a sacrifice. 12 hours of torture, 36 hours of death, and then resurrection to glory. Millions if not billions of humans have had far more painful experiences.
So, the WT argument went, Jesus' sacrifice was that he could have fathered a race of perfect children. He could have decided to marry and try to reform human society through his descendants. He was potentially the father to millions of perfect human offspring, who could have transformed human society and even the planet. But that way was not "Jehovah's purpose", so he humbly did it Jehovah's way and made that sacrifice.
Does anyone else remember that? Or am I hallucinating again?