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22 asp59 in
any one that have a funny or unusual experience from field service?
maeby you visited favela brazil.
the hood in the usa.
4 pistolpete in
cdc director, rochelle walensky said on fox news on sunday that "up to 40 percent" of patients had been admitted to hospitals with another medical emergency but had been later detected as having covid.. when asked by fox news anchor bret baier if there was a breakdown of how many of the 836,000 deaths in the u.s. were "from covid" or "with covid," walensky gave a non-committal answer.. it’s possible that 80% of covid deaths were not actually deaths as a result of covid but the result of car accident, gun shot, accident, obesity, heart problems, etc.. the reason why hospitals were reporting all admissions as covid was because they were getting paid by medicare for every covid patient, every person on a respirator, and so on.. finally even cnn is admitting that world wide covid deaths may be as low as 20% world wide, mostly elderly and those with medical problems, but admitted that it's difficult for the rest of the world to admit that it was all a con.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfpru58s1dg.
23 asp59 in
i have learn a lot about the religion and congregations.
when i was active visiting meetings, i was there for the spiritual food.
i actually thought everyone else was there for same reason ;-) i have learn there's a great variation among jws.
84 DoubtingThomas in
i have been on m any different forums, and only carm is similar to this.. all the rest have rather hypocritical trust in god.. this and carm are for those who apostate to the wtbs and to god.. turned off by the gb, or hypocritical examples in the congregation, they drop worshiping god and their belief in the bible... for they know too much,.
that's why scripture isn't discussed, and jws like me, are demonized.. i am cool with that!
maybe some of you will come to their senses!.
13 pistolpete in
has anyone ever read the new testament- critically- and not theologically?
by theologically i mean not reading the bible with the intention of understanding the nature of god and religious truth.
but instead, reading the bible by analyzing only the facts of what is written, in an unbiased frame of mind to pull out what is actually happening in the written stories.. first of all, if you were to read the nt in chronological order, paul’s 7 authentic letters would come before the gospels of matthew, mark, luke, and john.
16 zachias in
yes i was there.. when we were all told.. 1975 is the time.
i was new to the jw thing but i knew then "that no man knoweth the day nor the hour....".. https://www.jehovahs-witness.com/topic/5647286362177536/1975-on.
1495 AK - Jeff in
estimates range from 4 million to 15 million children die from starvation each year on this planet.
that's between 500 and 1700 children a day, depending on what numbers you accept.
still, no matter which numbers you use, doesn't this make you arrive at one of the following conclusions?.
14 jhine in
given that us healthcare isn't free at point of contact and people have to pay for insurance, which can be expensive and is often linked to employment how do jws get on ?
if they are encouraged to take low paid or part time jobs so l assume don't get good healthcare insurance from their jobs .
how do they cope with medical bills?
7 Smiles in
or is it new darkness?.
like online video conferencing and apps, apparently the faithful & discreet governing body class now bless the masses with divine dark mode.