Oh, and by the way, I'm all for Bible principles when handled in a loving, balanced, Godly way, but "Bible Principles" taught in a JW home do not necessarily keep children/young adults out of trouble, off drugs/alcohol/smoking/sex etc, as we all know of examples from our own congregations and lives. Also, a home completely devoid of any Bible principles, such as ours, can and has prevented the kids from all of the above, though why, I couldn't say - maybe it was an unintentional form of aversion therapy. But none of us smoke, use drugs, abuse alcohol at all, none are promiscuous or engage in illegal activities. We've barely even had any traffic tickets and no accidents. But I don't give my parents any credit for this outcome, as they deserve no credit.