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In The Watchtower Christmas Dilemma

Paul writes in his letter to the Romans (Romans 14) that no one must judge another based on what days are celebrated or what days are considered more sacred than others. He means that as long as we do it to the Lord we may eat what we want and consider what ever days we wish as more special than others. We celebrate Christmas to the Lord and when we honor the Son, we honor the Father (John 5:23). Read more in The Watchtower Christmas Dilemma

In What is a Cult

These groups deny or distort fundamental Christian doctrines such as the Trinity, the deity of Christ, and salvation by grace through faith alone. Some cults that would fall into this category are the Mormons, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Christian Science, The Way International, and the Unity School of Christianity. Read more in What is a Cult

In Tacking into the Wind with no Destination

When nothing supernatural happened in 1914, the Watchtower Society started transferring all of the doctrines about 1874 to 1914. They explained that Christ's kingdom had been set up invisibly in 1914, and that although secular governments were still in place, their rule was no longer valid. Based on the Society's writings, Jehovah's Witnesses looked forward to momentous events in the year 1918. Read more in Tacking into the Wind with no Destination

In The Watchtower Society: "Jehovah's Organization" or False Prophet

"And IF thou say in thine heart, HOW SHALL WE KNOW the word which the LORD hath not spoken? When a prophet speaketh in the name of the LORD, if the thing follow not, nor come to pass, that is the thing which the LORD hath not spoken, but the prophet hath spoken it presumptuously: thou shall not be afraid of him" (Deut. 18: 21, 22).

Notice: There are only two points to consider to "know" a false prophet: (1) Does he speak in the name of the LORD? (2) Did the thing predicted fail to come to pass? Read more in The Watchtower Society: "Jehovah's Organization" or False Prophet


Jehovah's Witnesses look to the faithful and discrete slave class as an entity that God employs to give both spiritual and practical guidance to all true Christians. It is believed that this composite group of individuals comprises a divinely appointed channel of communication between God and mankind. It is also alleged that failure to recognize and submit to the teachings of this channel leads to God's disapproval. We read the following:

"No question about it. We all need help to understand the Bible, and we cannot find the Scriptural guidance we need outside the faithful and discreet slave' organization."
Watchtower 2/15/81 Read More in "THE FAITHFUL AND DISCREET SLAVE " Fact or Fiction?

In 607: The Shaky Foundation of the 1914-doctrine

JWs claim that they alone fulfill Matt 24:14 by proclaiming the 'good news' all over the world in our time. This "good news" is that Christ started to reign in 1914, and the end will come "soon." If this is false, JWs have been preaching a false gospel (Gal 1:6-9). Read more in 607: The Shaky Foundation of the 1914-doctrine

In A Ministry of Misery

Depression. What are some of the problems the Witnesses have? All kinds of mental diseases could be listed. Essentially, the main problems are depression, feeling of helplessness, worry, doubt, and conflicts in the congregation. The elders try to enforce extremely rigid rules. For a few years wire-rimmed glasses were condemned. If a person came into a Kingdom Hall with wire rims, that individual would have to sit down for a conference. He would be told, "We notice you are wearing wire rims. You are falling out of the truth. We are concerned about this. We think you need help." It becomes absurd after a while. And as you can imagine, trying to enforce this much rigidity and this much conformity, creates problems. When one really believes the Watchtower is God's organization, the elder becomes God's representative. In a sense, what he says is almost like God saying it. Therefore, if an elder says a person is immature because of wearing wire-rimmed glasses, that is like God saying you are immature because you wear wire-rimmed glasses! This causes people to feel depressed and to say, "I'm a bad person! I'm terrible!" And naturally they feel guilt, worry and doubt. Read more in A Ministry of Misery

In Are You Really . . . A Jehovah's Witness?

Question 1: Would the public identify you as a "Jehovah's Witness" or as "Jesus' Witness"?
Jesus warned His disciples about misleading times when false witnesses would mislead people. He said,
"Look out that nobody misleads YOU. Then people will deliver YOU up to tribulation and will kill YOU, and YOU will be objects of hatred by all the nations on account of my name" (Matthew 24:4, 9 New World Translation).
Let's take time to review what Jesus is saying. His disciples would be hated on account of whose name? Whose name should they make known? Who will Jesus' followers witness about? He declared,
"And you will be my witnesses" (Acts 1:8). Read more in Are You Really . . . A Jehovah's Witness?



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