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Sunday, December 22, 2013

Shunning Ex-Members is a Religious Requirement

While browsing the internet today I stumbled across an interesting video. It is of particular interest to me because it was on the subject of religious shunning. While Jehovah's Witnesses official stance is that they do not interfere in family life, it is a personal choice to shun or not. Nevertheless, according to the video posted, I see clearly the official stance is merely propaganda for public consumption, in order to create the appearance of a benign religion — when in fact, quite the opposite is true. The true stance of the religion indicates that it is more important than ever to shun a "judged as having a defective faith" family member. As if humans have the right to judge. Watch the video here:
Source: taken from a convention talk of 2013. I'm glad the Watchtower Organization is showing it's true colors. It does indeed help people to make healthy choices about their spirituality, when their double-standard is so clearly displayed.

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