I am a Christian (Acts 11:26), baptized into Christ (Romans 6:3) to wash away my sins (Acts 22:16). As a result, I was added by God to the one church that existed long before denominations ever came into being (Acts 2:47). That church belongs to Jesus Christ, as He purchased it with His own blood (Acts 20:28). I preach the gospel as was preached on Pentecost (Acts 2:22-39). Those who obey the gospel are added to the house of God (I Peter 4:17) and escape the fiery vengeance of Jesus Christ (II Thessalonians 1:8), if they remain faithful (Rev 2:10). Therefore, I am a Christian, saved by the grace of God through faith and obedience (Matthew 7:21, James 2:24).
If someone claims to be inspired, to be giving God's message, and they teach something false, then that means they are false prophets.
They've been proven as false prophets time and time again, and finally they stopped announcing dates for the coming of Christ because they lost nearly half their membership in the 70s over it.
They deny the deity of Christ, claim only 144,000 will be in heaven (though I heard one say they "found" another 144,000 would make it there), deny the reality of hell, and also teach a doctrine that amounts to Extreme Makeover: Earth Edition.
And for the record, your assertion about "all churches have begun accepting [homosexuality] for the sake of money and popularity" is a lie, slander, and leads one to the conclusion that you're not really interested in what the J.W.'s teach, claim, and are built on. Very few "churches" have accepted homosexuality--and even among those that have, most of their congregations reject it.
They were the ones who printed that book, "Millions Now Living will Never Die." That one can be found online, and it is out of copyright. That's a good one to bring up to them--most J.W.s have never heard of that book.
I have already "fixed" the search issue in the next update as it was annoying me as well The cursor will continue to activate the view it is over in main portion of the app, but the search dialogs will begin with the cursor in the search terms field upon dialog display, and stay there until *you* change the focus to another control. Also, pressing the <ENTER> key after entering the search term(s) will initiate the search itself.
The thing you quoted agrees with me, in that Jewish sources give multiple pronunciations of the name.
Jewish prayer books, holiday liturgical books, etc, are well recorded in which the Divine Name is used, pronounced, both with the traditional Masoretic pronunciations as well as with other pronunciations.
Since no one knows for certain how the Lord's divine name is pronounced (practically no one accepted the pronunciation "Yahweh" until the past 100 years, for example), it might be best to use "the LORD." When I preach, I, personally, go with "Jehovah" as is it the way it appears in most translations.
I've done some experimenting with inserting screentips in MS Word, saving as an RTF file, and using ToolTip Tool to convert to a Bible file, but to no avail.
The RTF file in MS Word shows the link and the pop-up tooltip. Tooltip Tool shows the link as being active, and when I click on it right, I can see the formatting. But once it converts to bblx, there's no link at all.
I think if there was a way of doing it, you should do away with different listings for the same file with different formats, and make them all together in one location. That is, instead of having a MySword listing, an e-Sword listing, etc... there is just one, with the choice to download "MySword" or "E-Sword" or whatever.
I like the look of the front page, partially because that's just what I'm used to, and also because it gives me the new files and new forum posts in one location.
I could take or leave the "latest downloads" thing in the middle, though.