As some of you know my husband is a fading away Jehovahs Witness.
Today we were having a theological debate and I need some help.
Can anyone point me in the correct direction to when the Witnesses stopped treating African Americans as lower class people? I'm looking for a date and any references to how they felt about African Americans before they flip flopped.
My husband believes that there were times that Jesus' apostles gave out the wrong information. This came up because I said I don't believe the watchtower is God's organization because they have had so many wrong dates and prophecies and flip flops - wouldn't God's true organization get it right the first time.
So any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated.
All Biblical prophets were known to be imperfect, but it didn't change the fact that they were killed for making a false prophecy in the name of Jehovah (regardless of "admitting their mistakes" when the prophecies didn't come true--any idiot would have to admit his mistake if he predicted the end of the world and it didn't come true). Paul and Peter made mistakes, yes; false prophecies, no!