Add to the Bible?

Add to the Bible?

Created by Iehouah Jehovah on May 11, 2013

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Yes, it's OK to add to the Bible.

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#469 May 26, 2013
Dewydd wrote:
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The above is nothing but lies.
It is not even similar to the HONEST and FAITHFUL quotes the WT publications have made.
The fact that you are pretending what you have done is in any way similar is yet another lie.
You should be ashamed of yourself.
Why should I be ashamed if I am showing exactly what the publishing company does.

Shouldn't they be ashamed? Shouldn't you be ashamed for advocating their literature whenever you post the link to the publishing company? YOU are promoting them when in fact you should be ashamed.

Are you outraged over me misusing your words your posted? Then I have accomplished what I meant to. BE OUTRAGED for those other scholars and good men whose words were twisted to say opposite of what they said.

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#470 May 26, 2013
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Why should I be ashamed if I am showing exactly what the publishing company does.

Shouldn't they be ashamed? Shouldn't you be ashamed for advocating their literature whenever you post the link to the publishing company? YOU are promoting them when in fact you should be ashamed.

Are you outraged over me misusing your words YOU posted? Then I have accomplished what I meant to. BE OUTRAGED for those other scholars and good men whose words were twisted to say opposite of what they said.

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#471 May 26, 2013
Dewydd wrote:
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The above is nothing but lies.
It is not even similar to the HONEST and FAITHFUL quotes the WT publications have made.
The fact that you are pretending what you have done is in any way similar is yet another lie.
You should be ashamed of yourself.
are you saying that all that the GB/FDS teaches is the truth, have all the GB/FDS in the past taught the truth, NO they haven't, which has caused many JW hardship and cost some their lives. But of course people don't matter to you except what comes of the WT press at the time, has to be the truth even though many have shown from the scriptures otherwise only to be called apostates, mentally deceased, the the GB change the teachings to what some of the so called apostates have said, while these faithful lovers of Gods word are forever deemed aposates.

If that is the case then the GB must also be painted with the same brush as they have to have changed their interpretation from others of their group, no they in their own minds are infallible regardless of their own constant changing mistakes!
Domini Go Friskcum -

Sierra Vista, AZ

#472 May 26, 2013
UNchained wrote:
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"I have found them to be a very moral and Godly people compared to the rest of the once-a- week pic 'n choosers. They come out of Satan's world (2 Cor. 4:4)-- Some make the cut, others don't..."
Kelle Jarka was a lifelong JW, raised in the cult...
http://abcnews.go.com/2020/kelle-jarka-accuse...
I covered that in a previous post. I wouldn't put my hopes on those that "couldn't make the cut." The world is already full of those types....Satan is indeed busy.
Domini Go Friskcum -

Sierra Vista, AZ

#473 May 26, 2013
array wrote:
<quoted text>from the wt scholars
The Truth that Leads to Eternal Life 1968, pg 13 ..We need to examine, not only what we personally believe, but also what is taught by any religious organization...
Wt, 3/15/1969, pg 166 We need to examine, not only what we personally believe, but also what is taught by any religious organization......
Is This Life All There Is?, 1974, pg 46,...really, would you want to be associated with a religion that has not been honest with you?
Aw, 10/22/1973, pg 6, Reasonable persons agree that the only fair method is to examine the evidence on both sides, both for and against a disputed theory. That is how one arrives at the truth.
Wt, 8/1/1978, pg 12,...different churches have published books and brochures for the purpose of “exposing” Jehovah’s Witnesses as heretics....calling another a “heretic” or “false prophet”...Naturally, we are not afraid of this kind of publicity, because we know that it serves to awaken the curiosity of many honest persons
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Wt, 6/15/1985, pg 12,...for the purpose of getting the full depth of the thoughts explained...It requires digging deeper, putting forth effort to locate that older publication and then studying the pages...
The Nations shall know 1971, pg 58-62,....as a mouthpiece and active agent...... commission to speak as a prophet in the name of Jehovah...
Wt,3/15/1972, pg 189 ...commission to speak as a “prophet” in His name..
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. Wt,9/1/1979, pg 29,...those of the Jeremiah class have been sent by Jehovah to speak in his name......back up their message by quoting the words,“This is what Jehovah has said.”
<yawn> Do you have any idea how many web-sites, such as the one that you gleaned your info from, that are either atheist or apostate endowed, hmmm? Do you know how many of those quotations were taken out of context? Of course you don't, because you and others have to rely on dubious entities for your info.

If it weren't for these Satan influenced 'sites,' that seek out others contesting God's purpose for Human kind, you'd be like the lone ranger without Tonto...Go fish.

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#474 May 26, 2013
Domini Go Friskcum - wrote:
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<yawn> Do you have any idea how many web-sites, such as the one that you gleaned your info from, that are either atheist or apostate endowed, hmmm? Do you know how many of those quotations were taken out of context? Of course you don't, because you and others have to rely on dubious entities for your info.
If it weren't for these Satan influenced 'sites,' that seek out others contesting God's purpose for Human kind, you'd be like the lone ranger without Tonto...Go fish.
the info is from the WT articles or are you denying that, deary. When you go to the WT web site and glean links to post here.... whats the difference, besides I do have a WT CD rom to glean from do YOU!!

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#475 May 26, 2013
Domini Go Friskcum - wrote:
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<yawn> Do you have any idea how many web-sites, such as the one that you gleaned your info from, that are either atheist or apostate endowed, hmmm? Do you know how many of those quotations were taken out of context? Of course you don't, because you and others have to rely on dubious entities for your info.
If it weren't for these Satan influenced 'sites,' that seek out others contesting God's purpose for Human kind, you'd be like the lone ranger without Tonto...Go fish.
are you saying that the WT is satan influenced? I mean they are quotes from the WT are they not, do you want some more, I have a Wt CD rom.

Now what! nothing to say about the article quotes, perhaps I can put some more up for you.

And why are YOU here posting with apostates, and reading apostate material, do you ever go to so called apostate sites and read material, bet you do, after all your here reading it, but surprise surprise you have nothing to say about the quotes, try another trick, your no better than the so called apostates you post to quote scriptures to!

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#476 May 26, 2013
Domini Go Friskcum - wrote:
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I covered that in a previous post. I wouldn't put my hopes on those that "couldn't make the cut." The world is already full of those types....Satan is indeed busy.
can you cover the July 15th Wt study article scriptualy! if you haven't got one just go and glean the WT web site.
Domini Go Friskcum -

Sierra Vista, AZ

#477 May 26, 2013
array wrote:
<quoted text>the info is from the WT articles or are you denying that, deary. When you go to the WT web site and glean links to post here.... whats the difference, besides I do have a WT CD rom to glean from do YOU!!
Of course you do, toots. When you supposedly glean your info from the 'official' JW web-site, quote the link and frame -- which is conviently always absent from your posts...<wink>

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#478 May 26, 2013
Domini Go Friskcum - wrote:
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Of course you do, toots. When you supposedly glean your info from the 'official' JW web-site, quote the link and frame -- which is conviently always absent from your posts...<wink>
the quotes are from the WT itself which is from the WT CD rom also, which I check out, toots, and you change your ID very quick to respond see you are good at something.

Still answer do you go to apostate websites and glean over the material?

Of course you do, and your here reading it are you not! terrible when you disobey those you love so much the gb by being here.

Now what was your point! not that you addressed the post in anyway only to sprout oh look toots must get all his info from apostate web sites!

Even if that is true on some accounts what is quoted is from the WT is it not, are you not sad to see all this bringing such reproach on Gods name, I mean the WT bringing that reproach itself, why blame the so called apostates for posting what the WT says itself take it up with your GB.
UNchained

Louisville, TN

#479 May 26, 2013
Domini Go Friskcum - wrote:
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I covered that in a previous post. I wouldn't put my hopes on those that "couldn't make the cut." The world is already full of those types....Satan is indeed busy.
Tell me, who in the Jehovah's Witness denomination DOES make the cut?
Domini Go Friskcum

Sierra Vista, AZ

#480 May 26, 2013
UNchained wrote:
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Tell me, who in the Jehovah's Witness denomination DOES make the cut?
That's not for you or I to say. However...

Those that love to rail against the JW's for perceived infractions of scripture, rely heavily on apostate and atheist websites for their info. Usually quoting out-of-context WT publications, or subject matter that conflicts with 'churchdumb's' biblical analogies. They quite often give a laundry list of so called quotes that lack the link from the 'original' JW web-site. At times, they try to pass off information that is attributed to that site. There are numerous sites that try to pass themselves off as a JW CONNECTED informational site, but fail miserably in their content and credibility.

Having said that---

The Bible's main function is---

"All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work. 2 Tim. 3:16-17 ESV (And, that good work is the ministry)

Jesus, at every opportunity, placed emphasis on his Christian Ministry by example, and directed that ALL Christians should partake in, rather than sit in a pew once a week and have their ears tickled.

"For if I preach the gospel, I have nothing to boast of, for necessity is laid upon me; yes, woe is me if I do not preach the gospel! For if I do this willingly, I have a reward; but if against my will, I have been entrusted with a stewardship." 1 Cor. 9:16-17 NKJV

"every day, in the temple and from house to house, they kept right on teaching and preaching Jesus as the Christ" Acts 5:42 NASB..

"But I hold not my life of any account as dear unto myself, so that I may accomplish my course, and the ministry which I received from the Lord Jesus, to testify the gospel of the grace of God." Acts 20:24 ASV

"But we will give ourselves continually to prayer, and to the ministry of the word." Acts 6:4 KJV

Domini Go Friskcum

Sierra Vista, AZ

#481 May 26, 2013
Continued...

Yes. women in the field ministry too: "The Lord announces the word, and the women who proclaim it are a mighty throng." Ps.68:11 NIV

You know that I have not hesitated to preach anything that would be helpful to you but have taught you publicly and from house to house. I have declared to both Jews and Greeks that they must turn to God in repentance and have faith in our Lord Jesus." Acts 20:20-21 NIV

"This good news of the kingdom will be preached in all the inhabited erth for a witness to all the naions." Mat. 24:14 NWT

NO ONE does this as a dedicated effort, other than JW's and Mormons. However, Mormon young men are sent out in a field ministry for only two years, which women are excluded. JW's do it for a life time, unless of course, they are ill or incapacitated in some way.

Christians are admonished not to partake in "Carnal" warfare, only Spiritual warfare---

"For though we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world does. The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds." 2 Cor. 10:3-4 NIV

Christian are also admonish to live in the world, but don't become part of it.(such as politics, etc, etc)---

"Do not love the world or anything in the world. If anyone loves the world, love for the Father is not in them. For everything in the world—the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life—comes not from the Father but from the world. The world and its desires pass away, but whoever does the will of God lives forever." 1 John 2:15-17

"If you were of the world, the world would love you as its own; but because you are not of the world, but I chose you out of the world, therefore the world hates you." John 15:19

NOTE: None of the above Fits 'Churchdumb,' or is adhered to by their buffet religion of Pic N' Choose. If in fact, they were Christians, they would have learned those important precepts as established by Jesus Christ at the on-set. Period! You peope, Wise up, and quit lookling like an envelope with out an address.'Nuff said!

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#482 May 26, 2013
Domini Go Friskcum wrote:
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That's not for you or I to say. However...
Those that love to rail against the JW's for perceived infractions of scripture, rely heavily on apostate and atheist websites for their info. Usually quoting out-of-context WT publications, or subject matter that conflicts with 'churchdumb's' biblical analogies. They quite often give a laundry list of so called quotes that lack the link from the 'original' JW web-site. At times, they try to pass off information that is attributed to that site. There are numerous sites that try to pass themselves off as a JW CONNECTED informational site, but fail miserably in their content and credibility.
This Generation"
The Watchtower of February 15, 2008,(pages 23-25), offered an updated explanation regarding "this generation," as mentioned by Jesus at Matthew 24:34. But this was not a "new" understanding, as it returned to the interpretation of 81 years earlier, in the 1927 Watchtower, February 15, page 62.

The changing explanations over the years of "this generation":

C.T. Russell taught that "this generation" referred to people in general, who were living at a significant time in history.(Battle of Armageddon, pages 603-605)

J.F. Rutherford changed this in 1927 to apply only to the members of the "new creation," the anointed. "Some members of the new creation will be on the earth at the time of Armageddon." (W27, 2/15, p 62, click to view photocopy (res. 900x1191)

In 1942, "this generation" was no longer identified with just the anointed.(W42, 7/1, p 204, par. 43)

In 1949 it was more clearly explained that it "had its modern counterpart in our generation from A.D. 1914 forward. This generation is the one that sees the Son of man coming with the clouds of heaven as foretold by Daniel." It was expected that the generation of 1914 would be on hand to witness the end of this system.(W49, 7/15, p 215, par. 19)

By 1995 time for "this generation" had run out and the explanation needed to be updated. Therefore, "this generation" became "the wayward people who make up this contemporary 'wicked and adulterous generation,'" but no longer limited to any particular date.(w95 11/1 p. 15 par. 21)

Then in 2008, we were told: "As a class, these anointed ones make up the modern-day 'generation' of contemporaries that will not pass away 'until all these things occur.'" (W08, 2/15, p 23-25)

This explanation was a return to what had already been discredited.

The April 15, 2010 Watchtower adds the following "increased light": "[The word 'generation'] usually refers to people of varying ages whose lives overlap during a particular time period; it is not excessively long; and it has an end...[Jesus] evidently meant that the lives of the anointed who were on hand when the sign began to become evident in 1914 would overlap with the lives of other anointed ones who would see the start of the great tribulation. That generation had a beginning, and it surely will have an end."
UNchained

Louisville, TN

#483 May 26, 2013
Tell me, who in the Jehovah's Witness denomination DOES make the cut?
Domini Go Friskcum wrote:
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That's not for you or I to say.
Why did you lie to me in post # 472?

“Delivering the Gospel”

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#484 May 26, 2013
Domini Go Friskcum - wrote:
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<yawn> Do you have any idea how many web-sites, such as the one that you gleaned your info from, that are either atheist or apostate endowed, hmmm? Do you know how many of those quotations were taken out of context? Of course you don't, because you and others have to rely on dubious entities for your info.
If it weren't for these Satan influenced 'sites,' that seek out others contesting God's purpose for Human kind, you'd be like the lone ranger without Tonto...Go fish.
To say those quotes are taken out of context you must KNOW what the real context is,so show us the real context,you have the book and page numbers.

“Delivering the Gospel”

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#485 May 26, 2013
Domini Go Friskcum wrote:
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That's not for you or I to say. However...
Those that love to rail against the JW's for perceived infractions of scripture, rely heavily on apostate and atheist websites for their info. Usually quoting out-of-context WT publications, or subject matter that conflicts with 'churchdumb's' biblical analogies. They quite often give a laundry list of so called quotes that lack the link from the 'original' JW web-site. At times, they try to pass off information that is attributed to that site. There are numerous sites that try to pass themselves off as a JW CONNECTED informational site, but fail miserably in their content and credibility.
Having said that---
The Bible's main function is---
"All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work. 2 Tim. 3:16-17 ESV (And, that good work is the ministry)
Jesus, at every opportunity, placed emphasis on his Christian Ministry by example, and directed that ALL Christians should partake in, rather than sit in a pew once a week and have their ears tickled.
"For if I preach the gospel, I have nothing to boast of, for necessity is laid upon me; yes, woe is me if I do not preach the gospel! For if I do this willingly, I have a reward; but if against my will, I have been entrusted with a stewardship." 1 Cor. 9:16-17 NKJV
"every day, in the temple and from house to house, they kept right on teaching and preaching Jesus as the Christ" Acts 5:42 NASB..
"But I hold not my life of any account as dear unto myself, so that I may accomplish my course, and the ministry which I received from the Lord Jesus, to testify the gospel of the grace of God." Acts 20:24 ASV
"But we will give ourselves continually to prayer, and to the ministry of the word." Acts 6:4 KJV
Since you are quoting Paul in 1 Cor.9:16,17,what was his Gospel message?
Domini Go Friskcum

Sierra Vista, AZ

#486 May 26, 2013
Christian Trucker wrote:
<quoted text>To say those quotes are taken out of context you must KNOW what the real context is,so show us the real context,you have the book and page numbers.
The onus is not on me, but the Claiment stating it as fact....Go fish.

“Delivering the Gospel”

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#487 May 26, 2013
Domini Go Friskcum wrote:
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The onus is not on me, but the Claiment stating it as fact....Go fish.
You were the one saying they were out of context.So prove it.
sonny

Suva, Fiji

#488 May 26, 2013
Gods instruction to mankind is that you do not add anything to his word nor remove.

Who gave the watchtower society the right to add to the bible?

No matter how many times the watchtower society will try and justify themselves at the end of the day they are still guilty for they have added to the bible.

Remember what happened to Lots wife? Lot and his family were warned not to look back while fleeing Sodom and Gomorrah may be curiosity caused her to look back and it caused her life.

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