If you are or used to be a Jehovah's Witness, you may have happened upon the story of the the Beroeans who were commended for not being "gullible, but neither were they cynical. […] They did not immediately accept what Paul said as truth; still, they listened respectfully [and] they carefully examined the Scriptures, checking to see ‘whether the … Continue reading 3 Questions Every Thinking Jehovah’s Witness Should Ask Themselves
A heartbreaking story is unfolding in the community of former Jehovah's Witnesses on Reddit: "A friend tried to kill himself last night (currently in critical condition and on life support). He is gay and was recently disfellowshipped." LGBT teens and young adults have one of the highest rates of suicide attempts. Jehovah's Witnesses claim not … Continue reading Ex-Jehovah’s Witness attempts Suicide after being ex-communicated for being gay
Serena Williams, you're one of the greatest athletes the world has ever seen, period. But there's another side to you, one that is especially exasperating to people who used to be members of Jehovah's Witnesses: the one where you sadly symbolize the hypocrisy and bigotry of JW.org and the Watchtower Society. You know, that religious … Continue reading Why Serena Williams losing her #1 Spot is Gratification for an Ex-Jehovah’s Witness
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It is a simple question – but it illustrates the cruel simplicity of undue influence at work among Jehovah's Witnesses: "HAVE you ever thought, ‘Am I the kind of person Jehovah will want to save during the great tribulation and bring into the new world?’", asks JW.org in the introduction to the Study Article "Give us … Continue reading One Question in October 2015 Watchtower exposes Barbarity of the Undue Influence Jehovah’s Witnesses are subject to
The Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses, the organization's spiritual leadership, are encouraging their flock to avoid everybody who is not a member of Jehovah's Witnesses. Why? Complying with these terms is a prerequisite for survival in Armageddon. Many Jehovah's Witnesses deny being part of a Cult. And yes, it is certainly true that Jehovah's Witnesses far … Continue reading JW.org: Avoid Association with Non-Jehovah’s Witnesses if you want to go to Paradise
Not a Jehovah's Witness? Expect to die, then. This, among other things, is the essence of an article in a current Watchtower which is nothing less than an Armageddon How-to hiding under would-be Bible analysis. The "Study Edition" of the Watchtower is the internal version of the toned-down issue for the public. Internal means it is not pro-actively distributed in the … Continue reading Jehovah’s Witnesses go full Doomsday Cult
How do Jehovah's Witnesses view shunning? Executive Summary Yes, as part of a policy they call a "loving provision" Jehovah's Witnesses shun members who were once baptized and have since been disfellowshipped or who have decided to move on. The information provided on JW.org as an answer to the above question is inaccurate and misleading, employing … Continue reading Do Jehovah’s Witnesses Shun Former Members of Their Religion?