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4 hours ago, mserskine said:

http://tv.jw.org/#en/video/VODBible/docid-502016852_1_VIDEO

 

To be shown at the mid week meeting the week of June 6-12

We have used the illustration of a secretary many times, but its the most easily understood illustration.

 

Additionally, I've long loved the organization's ability to ask reasoning questions: "If humans can do X, then is it unreasonable to believe our Creator can?".  If we can produce a variety of means to communicate information, then so can God.

 

Wonderful explanation!

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4 hours ago, ChrisTheConfused said:

I wonder if they actually got a brother to go up in the 'Vomit Comet' for the scene of someone in zero gravity. 

From the style of the video, I'm guessing all the scenes were green-screen.

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