The WT articles for the past 2 weeks were the typical every-3-months-or-so attempt at justifying the sovereignty of the JW popes, the governing body.
Aside from the usual specious reasoning and ridiculous assertions, I noted this:
The articles went through great semantic pains to emphasize that, for the JWs, Jesus is "the leader", while the GB are merely "those taking the lead".
What, exactly, is the difference between a "leader" vs. "one who is taking the lead"?
In what other sphere of human experience is such semantic pretzel logic even close to rational?
"I am not a truck driver, I am merely one who drives a truck."
"I am one who climbs mountains, but I am not a mountain climber."
"I am not a stamp collector, but I most definitely am one who collects stamps."
It's preposterously stupid. Anyone with the intelligence that God gave gravel should see right through this.
....yet 8 million JWs just lapped it up like it was of the profoundest depth.