The Friday Column: Shunning – a toxic practice in which EVERYONE ultimately loses

My fellow JWsurvey team members have written extensively on the Australian Royal Commission and Geoffrey Jackson’s testimony in particular. But

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Royal Commission findings: Governing Body member Geoffrey Jackson “evasive and unhelpful”

On the eighth and final day of the Royal Commission inquiry, something very rare and significant took place. Watchtower Governing

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The Friday Column: Portuguese documentary overshadows Governing Body visit

David Splane, of the Governing Body of Jehovah’s Witnesses, visited the branch office (Bethel) in Portugal at the beginning of

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12 things we learned from Geoffrey Jackson’s testimony at the Royal Commission

If you are one of the many current and former Jehovah’s Witnesses who spent much of last month glued to

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David Splane explains the overlapping generation teaching (without actually explaining it)

The September JW Broadcasting episode is now available on tv.jw.org, and for any avid follower of goings-on at Watchtower this

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Stephen Lett admits income/expenditure shortfall as he reminds Witnesses to donate “valuable things”

The May 2015 episode of JW Broadcasting was billed by its host, Governing Body member Stephen Lett, as being a

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Stephen Lett slams “apostate-driven lies and dishonesties” concerning child abuse record

Governing Body member Stephen Lett has slammed criticism of the organization’s child abuse record as “apostate-driven lies and dishonesties” in

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The day I prank-called a Governing Body member

On Wednesday evening something very rare and unexpected happened. I had a phone conversation with Anthony Morris III – a

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Tony’s JW Broadcasting rant against higher education: a masterclass in cult propaganda

When the JW Broadcasting website was first announced at last year’s annual meeting I immediately relished the prospect of seeing

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After his branch visit performance, is “Tight Pants Tony” now a liability for the Governing Body?

It seems almost unthinkable that Tony Morris should be forced to stand down from the Governing Body, but stranger things

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