Hosted by Richard Rawe
Former Jehovah's Witness Richard Rawe gives us an inside look at the dark history and outright mayhem within the Watchtower Organization.
Remembering Richard Rawe.
The Six Screens of The Watchtower Conference Call Saturday Nov. 3, 2012 will be remembering the incredible and committed life of former Jehovah's Witness and Watchtower historian Richard Rawe.
Sources say Richard died Friday Oct. 26, 2012 as a result of complications due to a stroke.
He was in his late seventies ( I believe 78 ) and in his latter years suffered with a number of strokes and numerous TIA'S ( mini strokes )
As a result of his medical condition Richard's voice was altered and we all came to know him as the man with the raspy voice.
His voice was raspy but his dedication and passion exposing the falsehoods of The Watchtower Organization was unequaled and very clear.
Richard was a Watchtower Apostate extraordinaire and people from all over the world would dial in to his bimonthly program on on The Six Screens Tel-network, called Dialogue.
It would be impossible to calculate how many people Richard Rawe helped and encouraged in his journey in life.... I Rick Fearon and my now deceased wife Inez were two of those people.
Richard we all will miss You.... "Keep standing tall on the front lines of truth and never let your visions die"
Rick Fearon fills in for Richard Co Host Adele Fors
Stephen Unthank from Australia is Richard's guest
Richard interviews Brian a Bible student.(The first 8 minutes of this audio file is silent fastforward to 7min 50sec)
Bible student and historian Jim Parkinson
Richard interviews special guest Jeff Mezera.
"Interview with a Prosecutor." On July 26, 2011, the entire worldwide religious and corporate hierarchy of Jehovah’s Witnesses was charged in the Magistrate’s Court of Victoria, Australia, with 35 serious criminal breaches of the state’s mandatory child protection laws (Working with Children Act 2005). Among the legal entities charged were the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania and the Governing Body of Jehovah’s Witnesses. So far to date, there have been four separate court hearings during 2011 between September and December. The next round of court hearings are scheduled to commence on February 21, 2012 (Australian date; February 20th in the U.S.) Former Jehovah's Witness Steven Unthank acting as the prosecutor tells his story in this exclusive interview.
Richard interviews special guest Kurt from West Virginia.
Richard Rawe interviews returning guest Harold Camping.
Richard interviews Bible student Peter Karavas. "Johny the Bethelite" also returns.
Richard interviews Greg Stafford. Greg is a former Jehovah's Witness and shares with us why he left The Watchtower Organization.