Christendomy pic

by neat blue dog 17 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • neat blue dog
    neat blue dog

    Anybody else think this picture (the top one) from tomorrow's WT study is a little Christendomy? Lol

  • fred1

    The picture is wrong. Anyone knows that since The Watchtower prohibits beards Jesus could not have had one.

  • Diogenesister

    @Neat Blue do you mean Jesus has a hot bod??

    They sure do love picturing him in the buff and looking buff!!

    Who was it said he was a hunchback that only measured 3 cubits ??!

  • Vanderhoven7

    I think that the WT has changed its thinking and it now allows jesus to be depicted with a beard.

    However the picture is still wrong in it's depiction of John the baptist if in fact, as some believe, he was a full-fledged Nazarite.

  • neat blue dog
    neat blue dog

    I meant particularly the way he's standing perfectly straight and at the center with light straight above his head is kind of reminiscent of middle ages depictions of Jesus.

  • Betheliesalot

    I don't see a JW.ORG button on any of their clothing

  • scruffmcbuff

    From the look of Jesus left pec he appears to be suffering with a mild case of gynocomastia. The growing of breast tissue in a male due to hormone embalances. It most commonly found as a side effect from the mis use of anabolic steroids and sub standard methods of estrogen control.

    Poor Jesus, He had a rough ride on earth, mums a loon, she slept with the postman,gets nailed to some wood AND had gyno....

  • sparrowdown

    Is it a bird is it a plane... no wait, it's the holy spirit appearing as goose? crane?

  • stuckinarut2

    And the next picture has Jesus gagging and wiping away bird poo from his eyes.....

  • Ireneus

    The whole picture can be wrong because the account itself is fabricated. According to Jesus' baptism account John saw holy spirit coming on Jesus and Father speaking from Heaven "This is my son whom I have approved."

    Yet "When John, who was in prison, heard about the deeds of the Messiah, he sent his disciples to ask him, “Are you the one who is to come, or should we expect someone else?” (Mathew 11:2, 3) This shows John never saw holy spirit coming on Jesus nor heard the Father speaking about Jesus.

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