I-unlike you who’s unwilling to admit having done so-make judgments all the time as I’m pretty sure that’s how and why we’ve evolved, as a species, and this despite the allegedly Christian/EGW admonitions against doing so.
And okay, I admit I didn’t quote you verbatim. You only said something to the effect that EGW is ignored by a certain percentage of SDA’s.
I don’t have any idea what the actual percentage might be. But TW has been quoted recently as having said that he wants to give away millions of copies of The Great Controversy because he believes every word of it and that more people need to read it.
So obviously he thinks that percentage, whatever it may be, is way too low.
Me? I had EGW—despite the fact that she was dead and buried—righteously crammed down my throat from the day I was born. And I predict you’ll say that was years ago, I’m being far too sensitive about the past and I should just get over.
But I think even one percent would be far too high.
And when I see people like you defending her or read that TW is saying “We need to ‘just keep hitting it’” I’m disgusted that some SDA’s are still doing this to their kids and deem (i.e. judge) it to be an ongoing disgrace that anyone could support perpetuating this travesty.
I’m not going to get into the “un-“ or ‘de-“ pastored semantics other than to point out that some Adventists-and highly positioned one’s, to be precise-don’t believe Ms. Oberg should ever be allowed to consider herself a pastor, in any sense!
I have decided, however, (again, judged) that it’s foolish to argue with you further.