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dr. laura schlessinger is a radio personality who dispenses advice to .
people who call in to her radio show.
abomination - lev.
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i thought some might find this article interesting, it discusses the children becoming jw's:.
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this is a wonderful story:.
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so, a poster here stated that he trolls the obits and counts his time while doing it.
anyone else here engage in this behavior when active?
or is he amongst the more "special" members of your average congregation?.
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so i've been seeing a man, and he has been staying at my house the past few days.
last night he said he needed to go and quote on drywall in a town outside of the city (he's a contracter).
he left at 7pm and said he'd be a little while.
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okayyy... even when i believed in god, i never believed that "satan" was going around influencing us lowly humans... i mean, what's the point?
humans are well able to mess up on our own, without the hand of satan.
conversely, we are able to do good things on our own, without the hand of god.
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at 6:15 they mentioned michael jackson and jehovah's witnesseses, quite funny.... .
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i just read this on the topix board and was curious to know how some of you would react to it:.
our main responsibility toward the unwashed masses is to preach the good news to them, not forge real relationships.
unless they want to clean up their act and serve jehovah with us.
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father cannot introduce new evidence in bethany hughes case, court rules by daryl slade, calgary heraldmay 25, 2009be the first to post a comment .
calgary - lawrence hughes will not be able to present new evidence on behalf of his daughter bethany's estate in the case looking into her death, a provincial court has ruled.. hughes has been trying to prove his daughter's death was caused partly by conflicting legal or medical advice from lawyers and members of the religious group watchtower society, which represents the jehovah's witness faith in canada.. the alberta court of appeal concluded, however - in a written decision released on monday - that there was no error by the chambers judge who made the original decision to exclude new evidence last year.. bethany hughes, who died sept. 5, 2002, from acute myeloid leukemia, became the centre of a medical and legal battle over whether she should receive blood transfusions.. following the church's teachings, bethany refused the blood and became a temporary ward of the province.
she died about four months later despite being given 80 transfusions against her will.. in monday's ruling, the province's top court also dismissed counter claims by the watchtower society and its lawyers, david gnam and shane brady, that they be removed from hughes' wrongful death lawsuit.. the court decision said it found "some evidence of involvement of brady and gnam in the medical events after bethany left the alberta children's hospital," which led to the court's choice to reject the counter claims.. despite not being able to introduce new evidence, hughes called the decision "a victory.".
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after reading two consecutive posts about people returning to the fold, i have to ask a question... on some level, be it conscious or otherwise, have world events of the past year caused some to reconsider that we are in the "end times"?.