Originally posted by SeitseYes high explosives should be banned too. And brainwashing.
Better to profit than to brainwash members into exploding themselves in public places.
Originally posted by divegeesterumm we dont actually take collections, we never have.
All of them; all the Christian denominations (especially the big ones) and all the spin off cults such as the Mormons and the Jehovah's Witnesses, are all out to manipulate people and make pots of cash. It's depressing and loathsome. The passing round of the the begging bowl during times of worship is the most repellent sight in churches.
Originally posted by robbie carrobieHow does your organisation pay for the printing of it's publications?
umm we dont actually take collections, we never have.
I have a tract from 1908, in which Charles Russel, one of the founding members of the
modern day Jehovah Witnesses organisation, advertised to give a public lecture ,
Sunday 26th of April, 1908, at St Andrews Halls, Kent Road, Glasgow, its states in bold
at the bottom, ALL WELCOME, NO C ...[text shortened]... our congregation members or from the public, for i find it
an inaccurate portrayal of reality.
Originally posted by Proper Knobwe finance it ourselves through voluntary contributions. Occasionally the public may offer a donation, but its few and far between now, in fact, i cannot remember in the past five years ever receiving a public donation. We are not allowed to solicit for funds when going from house to house, as far as i am aware, its against the law, which always kind of irks me when some charities do.
How does your organisation pay for the printing of it's publications?
Originally posted by Proper Knobyes you can, for who will know except you? although i think in actuality its unlikely for
Can you be a member of your organisation and never make a voluntary contribution?
Originally posted by robbie carrobieGood point.
yes you can, for who will know except you? although i think in actuality its unlikely for
sporting events and places for conventions cost not a little money to organise,
although we save lots of dosh by providing our own trained stewards, fore safety
personell and forst aid, but even theses must be adequately qualified and must renew
their certificates at their own cost.
Originally posted by Proper KnobI think, as charities go (we are registered in the UK as a charity) that each
Do you know what the costs are for printing the close to a billion magazines every year?
Originally posted by Seitsewhy would i need a transfusion, there are bloodless surgical techniques that you may
Robbie, if you were about to die and needed a transfusion, but
in order to get it you would have to salute the Cross of St. George,
what would you do?