Jehovah’s Witnesses rebuked by Royal Commission
Nice. I like how th article says Mr. Angus Stewart made 77 negative findings against Jehovahs Witnesses and their policies and practices.
And I LOVE the number 77!!! Heh. Remember when the Jdubs were so big on numbers and their meanings (such as 6 being imperfection, 12 the best number for organizational didoes); the number "7" represented perfection, ha. (7 was heavenly perfection and 10 was earthly perfection, or vice versa.)
And the Royal Commision even repeated it (for emphasis?) lol.
Given the Royal Commision's diligence, intelligence, and extraordinary research abilities and understanding of the JW religion, wouldn't it be neat if Mr.Stewart chose that number on purpose? But it could just be a cool fluke or coincidence. My imagination could be working way overtime. :D
(And not that I believe any of the WT's shit anymore, but this 77 number is really amusing for me!)
(... can you also tell that I was a very diligent student of WT crap once upon a time?)
Incredible stuff. I wonder if the GB still feel the same way about 'leaving the matter in Jehovah's hands, the truth will eventually come out'!
I believe something about the Kelso Group was posted on the forum several weeks ago and a heated debate ensued about "official" law firms on the ARC "list".
The page linked says this too, "This is not the official website for the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses into Child Sexual Abuse. The website is hosted by Peter Kelso, a private solicitor with special interest in victims of abuse."
Edited to clarify: It was Artemis Legal the subject of debate in this regard- http://www.jehovahs-witness.com/topic/5212164105175040/australia-artemis-legal-launches-inquiry-into-group-class-action-lawsuits-against-jehovahs-witnesses
"Leave it in Jehovah's hands''!! Agreed. The ''truth'' will come out.
Now we just have to wait for the Watchtower study that emphasises Jesus words to forgive 77 times....
BTW according to WT explanation on that verse, 77 should be read as 'unlimited'.
So that's what I did when reading the ARC submission.