Reaching the most distant parts - Geoffrey Jackson praising Bible translators and missionaries as "faithful ones" or even "anointed ones"

by TheWonderofYou 14 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • tepidpoultry

    Is this the man who testified are ARC?

    Mr Jackson with all due respect is not playing with a full deck

    I could spend my time listening to his broadcasts

    Like my elderly shut in mother who needs her daily fix of religion

    Or I can actually try to preserve my remaining brain cells

    Considering something of consequence,

    Some of us are trying to distance ourselves from these quacks

  • Iown Mylife
    Iown Mylife

    Maybe soon, WT will stop mentioning Russell at all! They can reach back and trowel smooth all those pesky bumps related to WT's beginnings, and just say WT is the modern name for the earthly org that Jehovah started with Cain.

    Yeah, that's it!

  • careful

    This is part of the preparation for their new "Bible Museum" at Warwick. It's supposed to be some kind of collection of old looking Bible translations from the Protestant Reformation on. The translations are ones that used the name Jehovah somewhere in them. No doubt the faithful sheeple will visit the new exhibit and "ooh and ahh" over the old looking Bibles and feel the org has the truth all the more.

    It seems a bit odd to me since the WT publications have long called the people at that time "unfaithful Christendom," a highly derogatory term as we all can remember. Maybe they are now giving some kind of exception to those who produced translations that had the sacred name as Jehovah in them (?). Their thinking: "They must have been okay because they used Jehovah." Or evidently, more than okay, even "anointed"? In the Witness world, there can be no greater approval than calling a person "anointed."

  • tepidpoultry

    This post keeps coming into my field of vision

    Interesting how God I mean Mr Jackson has insights into what kind

    of relationship another has with the Almighty!

    I thought according to Roman 8 this adoption was between a man and his

    maker only,

    I know this and I'm a Heathen,

    Why doesn't Mr Jackson?

    Have they not been given the gift of correct interpretation of Scripture?

    The gall and arrogance

    My family worship at their feet


  • Vidiot
    tepidpoultry - "...Mr Jackson with all due respect is not playing with a full deck..."

    You'd be surprised how easy that is when you surround yourself solely with people who are never allowed to disagree with you.

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