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Pure Wickedness October 15, 2009

Posted by Dwight and Lynn Furrow in Dwight Furrow's Posts, religion.
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P.Z. Myers posts this article from The Watchtower Magazine, the monthly magazine published by Jehovah’s Witnesses.

Notice bullet point #2.

temptation

 My classroom is a den of iniquity.

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1. Paul J. Moloney - October 16, 2009

That is one of the ways people become know-nothings.

2. IEPR - October 16, 2009

jajajaja well what can we espect about religion, o can we say institutions ??

3. Paul J. Moloney - October 17, 2009

My idea of a den of iniquity is a place where people vegetate together while not relating to each other, such as on a city bus.

4. Nina Rosenstand - October 18, 2009

So higher education is a gateway drug? That means a person exposed to it will want more learning, in ever-increasing amounts. A thirst for learning that will persist without any hope, or intention, of being quenched. It’s never going to be enough…How wonderful! 🙂


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