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Offical Article on the Canada Supreme Court Ruling

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The Court concluded that the Witnesses’ procedures for reviewing a serious sin “are not adversarial, but are meant to restore the member to the Congregation,” and it ruled that courts cannot intervene in such private, ecclesiastical matters.

I am happy to see the point of disfellowshipping being explained by the court.

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