Jehovah's Witnesses gather for show o...

Jehovah's Witnesses gather for show of...

There are 29 comments on the www.caller.com story from Aug 24, 2008, titled Jehovah's Witnesses gather for show of.... In it, www.caller.com reports that:

J.D. Garcia delivers his speech, 'Speaking the Word of God with Boldness,' at the convention.

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columbo agnostic

Homer Glen, IL

#22 Aug 2, 2009
get him wrote:
Do you know how many bibles are out there? How are we suppose to know which version is the right one?
Thats a great question. Every religion has their own spin on god and the rules.No one knows what the real truth is. The atheist are the only people that are honest with themselves.If there is a god it would be better to wait and meet him,her,or it face to face . Rather than follow any tom dick or harry. GOOD LUCK.

“Make'n A Run For The Border”

Since: Jul 09

Americas States That R United.

#23 Aug 4, 2009
man, these people would knock on my door atleast 2 times a week. I'm glad to see that they have finally left me alone.
Great Times To Be Had..

“Remember the 90's”

Since: Jun 09

Mathis

#24 Aug 5, 2009
Can someone please tell me why a Jehovah witness believes they have the right to come to my door when I am not at home and tell my children that the world as they know it is going to end in 2012 and they should beg for forgiveness and be saved? Needles to say I have to try to example this to my children (over the phone), whom by the way are 12 and 10 that they do not have only a little over 2 years to live. I would think that this should be witnessed to an adult, if they chose to listen then they should have the choice to tell there children.
Honestly, do these so called "witnesses" get some kind of pleasure scaring the fire out of young children, is that their way of getting people to try to convert to their religion?
I have now informed my children that if they see a halfway well dressed person coming to the door to not answer it and pull the blinds, they will get the point….hopefully.
Nomi

Christiansburg, VA

#25 Aug 5, 2009
I believe it was an upright stake, without a crossbeam. This is the most common type the Roman's used. I believe the word nails refers to the nands and feet. AND lastly...As for the sign, it hung from over his head, yes...but still was attached to just a single stake. I see nothing that proves this not correct.
hollieberry wrote:
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What? And torture stake IS in the Bible? NO!
What was the “one piece of timber” used in Jesus’ day?
“Stauros in the NT… was a pole sunk into the ground with a cross-bar fastened to it giving it a ‘T’ shape. Often the word ‘cross’ referred only to the cross-bar.”—The Zondervan Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Bible, vol. 1, 1976, pp. 1037-1038
Did Jesus have one nail or two nails in His hands?
“Unless I see in his hands the print of the nails and stick my finger into the print of the nails… I will certainly not believe.”—John 20:25, NWT
Was the sign posted above Jesus’ head or hands?
“Also, they posted above his head the charge against him…”—Matthew 27:37, NWT
Do you “boast” in the cross of Christ?
“But may it never be that I would boast, except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ…”—Galatians 6:14, NASB

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Since: Jul 09

Corpus Christi Texas

#26 Sep 11, 2010
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very smart bible master

Arlington Heights, IL

#27 Sep 12, 2010
Nomi wrote:
The word cross, is not even in the Bible. The Greek word, "stauros", is more likely rendered as an upright stake...without a crossbeam. AND there would be nails in the hands and feet.
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Hello miss Nomi, Back in jesus's day they had the upright stake in place already.Then they nailed the wrist to the other beam.Then they hoisted the cross beam up the pole and bingo You have a man on a cross.It would be alot harder to nail a person to a stake than hoist him up on a post that's there already. Now do you understand?
Amara

Tulsa, OK

#28 Sep 12, 2010
Time for your nap now.
very smart bible master

Arlington Heights, IL

#29 Sep 12, 2010
Amara wrote:
Time for your nap now.
Yeah, Let Nomi sleep. The wt has her running ragged so shes too tired to question their goofy rules.Most cults are like that.Maybe when she wakes up she'l see the true light. Not the false light coming from brooklyn.
very smart bible master

Arlington Heights, IL

#30 Sep 12, 2010
Amara wrote:
Time for your nap now.
Come on now Amar,Let Nomi get some rest. The wt trys to keep her mind going a mile a minute so she's too tired to question their motives.Thats how most cults work.Maybe when she wakes up she'l see the true light and not the B.S. from the old perves from brooklyn. Good day.

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