Talk:The Watchtower - April 2012
Shouldn't it be
Shouldn't it be "The Watchtower" and not simply "Watchtower"?
Preferably we can name this wiki article "The Watchtower - April 2012"
Now that I've made a dent in the April 2012 issue I'm rethinking how best to approach these examinations of The Watchtower magazines. What I've done so far, really just the introduction and first article of the issue, took an awful lot of work, time, and research. I think I can focus on one or two articles per issue to do that sort of research, but definitely not every article in every issue. I just wouldn't have the time, but also there's not a lot that can be said about many of the articles that are light on content, at least not while remaining neutral (for example, the personal stories in "The Bible Changes Lives" section - I can hardly refute the claims of a man who says Jehovah's Witnesses saved him from a life of drugs). I'm not exactly sure how to cover these sections yet, or if they should be covered at all... I'm going to think on it a bit more, but right now I'm leaning toward simply removing the references to them from the wiki unless something of value can be said about them. --SimianFriday (talk) 22:25, 25 June 2012 (UTC)