Reviewing the April Christian Life and Ministry for the week of April 16-22, 2018. I apologize for the blank spaces in the video/audio. I had a power outage during my editing, which shut everything down and compromised the file. Great timing! Topics of discussion: forgiveness of sins, the resurrection, Christology, 1919, the new birth Subscribe … More Watchtower Christian Life and Ministry Review – April 16-22, 2018
Sorry, no JW Review Podcast this week as I was traveling and had no time to prepare. So in it’s place, here’s an interesting conversation I had with a JW online. It began with this JW commenting on my video, “An Interesting Visit to the Kingdom Hall.” While I don’t think this JW is representative … More Recent Discussion with a JW
Apologies for the poor playback quality on the Watchtower video. Figured it’d be better to leave it up rather than take it down. Reviewing the January 2018 JW Broadcast. Topics of discussion: 1919, types/anti-types, and proving the true religion. Go HERE to subscribe to the JW Review Podcast on iTunes. Don’t forget to rate it! More ratings … More JW Broadcast Review – January 2018
Reviewing the study article in the October 2017 Watchtower Study Edition, “Chariots and a Crown Safeguard You.” Topics of discussion: 1914, 1919, the Faithful Slave, and the Organization. Go HERE to subscribe to the JW Review Podcast on iTunes. Don’t forget to rate it! More ratings draws more people to the podcast.
Topics of discussion: prophecy fulfillment, 1919, the anointed class, Watchtower’s false predictions, the resurrection. This week we’re doing something a little different. Ideally, i’d want to review everything the Watchtower puts out monthly. But due to my busy schedule, that’s just not possible. Due to a pretty uninteresting Watchtower Study Edition for next week, I decided to take … More Christian Life and Ministry Review: November 20-26, 2017
This is part 2 of 3. I was hoping to get part 3 done before February ended, but time got away from me. I plan on getting to part 3 before the end of March. If you’d like to follow along, you can download the Feb. 2017 Watchtower Study Edition HERE. Please subscribe to … More Reviewing the February 2017 Watchtower Study Edition part 2
In this podcast, I share a very interesting experience I had at a local Kingdom Hall on Jan. 15, 2017. Please subscribe to the JW Review Podcast on iTunes HERE
I meant to get this podcast up weeks ago, but i’ve been unbelievably busy. This podcast will focus on issues related to 1919. I would encourage everyone to read the full context of the November 2016 Watchtower HERE. Please subscribe to the JW Review Podcast on iTunes HERE
It’s been a while since my last podcast, mostly due to starting a new job as well as my involvement with my wife’s business. In this episode, i’ll be reviewing the August 2016 JW Broadcast; in particular, the first 25 minutes or so as it relates to the Governing Body and how JW’s are required … More Reviewing the August 2016 JW Broadcast
While this issue has a complex history and much can be written, I want to keep this as simple as possible. Let’s first cover what the Watchtower has stated regarding the work of the Holy Spirit since 1919: *** ip-1 chap. 25 p. 340 par. 20 The King and His Princes *** Happily, since 1919, … More Did the Watchtower’s “Faithful Slave” claim the Holy Spirit’s functions ceased?
This debate took place on the TRUE THEOLOGY forum, but I will be posting the full debate on a PDF once it is completed. You can follow the discussion HERE. The debate is with Rotherham, who is a JW I regularly interact with here. The format is as follows with hyperlinks for each section: (1) Openings Rotherham’s … More Debate with a JW: “Is the Watchtower’s interpretation of the faithful slave found in Matthew 24 and Luke 12, as articulated in the July 15th, 2013 Watchtower, accurate?”
This is an article that I published on CARM. The link is below: NEW LIGHT ON THE “FAITHFUL AND DISCREET SLAVE”
Though i’m a little late on this NEWS and many have expressed their thoughts on this new development in Watchtower theology, I was compelled to offer my thoughts too. While some offered commentary through hearsay accounts before the news became public, I was convicted to not do so. But now the cat is out of the … More My preliminary thoughts on the recent “faithful slave” interpretation change