Facts Jehovah's Witnesses Won't Tell You

Facts Jehovah's Witnesses Won't Tell You

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JWmentalcases

Johnson City, TN

#1 Mar 28, 2011
THAT the cross is a pagan symbol of sex worship, and that all buildings or persons displaying the cross are likewise pagan. Jehovah’s Witnesses deny that Jesus died on the cross. However, recent “new light” in the WatchTower Magazine now admits they are not certain about the cross, but will continue to deny it anyway.
hehe

York, SC

#2 Mar 28, 2011
Just answer the door naked. Works every time! Cuz they're FREAKS!!!
JWmentalcases

Johnson City, TN

#3 Mar 28, 2011
They are liars and the most deceitful of hypocrites.I know this from experience.They should be exposed so others will not be deceived by these workers of Satan himself.They worship the devil,and call him Jesus.The Watch Tower Society practices their belief that it is proper to deceive people. But they say this really isn’t lying. Why? Because the Society has a different Definition of lying than most of us. In their book “AID TO BIBLE UNDERSTANDING” under the word “LIE” it says:

“Lying generally involves saying something false to a person who is ENTITLED to know the truth ...”.“While malicious lying is definitely condemned in the Bible, this does not mean that a person is under obligation to divulge truthful information to people who are not entitled to it”.
JWmentalcases

Johnson City, TN

#4 Mar 28, 2011
They believe Jesus was only an “IT”, not a “HE”. New World Translation, Luke 2:16,17.
and that our Lord Jesus was not the Christ (or Messiah) until age 30, even though their own bible says in Luke 2:11,“because there was born to you today a savior, who is Christ the Lord.”
They say after Jesus was buried in the tomb, Jerhovah dissolved his body into gases and it disappeared forever.
and that our Jesus rose invisibly in three days, so Jehovah had to “materialize” a fake body for him complete with fake nailprints so His disciples would believe it was really Jesus risen.
They are satans children!
JWmentalcases

Johnson City, TN

#5 Mar 28, 2011
I challenge any one of them to a discussion on their assinine beliefs in this forum.A bible based debate.Our Lord Jesus said that they are wolves in sheeps clothing.
hehe

York, SC

#6 Mar 28, 2011
Do you ever wonder why they don't have windows in their church? Can anyone tell me?
mytwocents

Johnson City, TN

#7 Mar 28, 2011
They are really tough on their children.They force them to sit still and pay close attention to their preachings and bible studies literally for hours at a time.When the kids get restless the whole congregation will gang up on them and berate them.It is MENTAL ABUSE.No windows means their minds can't wander with their eyes,and no one on the outside can see the abuse going on inside.My two cents...
reality

Redmond, WA

#8 Mar 28, 2011
When they want to lay their bible beside my King James Edition and the words are the same, I will talk to them. Until then I will keep drinking beer in my boxers and scratchin my ass while I walk to the fridgerator. They don't stay long at my house. I offer them a beer.
FYI

Gallatin, TN

#9 Mar 29, 2011
Christians assume their interpretation of the Bible is true because they have faith that it is. JW's have faith that their interpretation of the Bible is true, too. We have been told that the words are divinely inspired, but it was written by men. Who can really say it was God's word? Either could be right, or wrong for that matter.
victimized

Johnson City, TN

#10 Mar 29, 2011
JW leadership claims its victims by asserting itself to be the sole Christian religion and authority on the earth today, as well as God's mouthpiece or prophet. The Watchtower further disrupts families through its harsh and unbiblical interpretation of "disfellowshipping" and the practice of "shunning." Family members who are former JWs are labeled by Watchtower adherents as "apostates" and prevented from even social contact. Disfellowshipped or disassociated children, parents, and grandparents are kept from any type of communication with active members of the organization. Divorces are common within the sect when one member becomes disillusioned with Watchtower teaching and mind-control.
TOM ROOK

Charlotte, NC

#11 Mar 29, 2011
This is a wonderful day ... sun is shining, dogs are sleeping on the front porch .... coffee is beckoning me with its siren call, and I have read with laughter the comments 1 through 10, above ... by people whose thinking is so distorted by whatever filter they see the world through, as to be completely divorced from rational reality.

It is a pleasure and a complement for Jehovah's Witnesses to be insulted by persons who any reasonable and educated person with any common sense at all can see they are teetering on the ragged edge of bitter insanity.

It is like watching a Party Clown with Tourette's Syndrome ... repulsive, yet funny at the same time.

Well... time for a cup of coffee, then back to work.

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Since: Jan 11

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#12 Mar 29, 2011
Jehovah's Witnesses...a quick, TRUE history...

Spawned by the dissolution of the "Millerites" who followed one William Miller, they were founded by Joseph Franklin Rutherford, a follower of the Bible Student Movement started by one Charles Taze Russell.
Other religious movements with their start in the Millerites include the Seventh Day Adventists and the Branch Davidians among many others...all having the endtimes as their major focal point tho differing slightly in interpretation of the scriptures.
The Millerites were known for their belief that they knew when the End would be...and every date their leader set came and went without incident, proving them wrong. As Miller's followers saw predictions come and go with nothing to show they started splitting off, eventually forming many cults and a few other actual religions.
As my gf comes from a JW family I know more than most about the sect we are discussing. Her and her family became disillusioned with the church and its teachings as it was splitting up their family and seemed to throw out many of Christs teachings just to focus on THEIR OWN interpretations of a few others.
Since Cults split people away from others and all differing opinions and foster an "us vs them" mentality, I classify Jehovahs Witnesses as a CULT based on inaccurate interpretations of the Bible we all know and seeming ignorance of large sections to focus on the few they deem worthy of study and praise.
Remember those Branch Davidians I mentioned? their leader was David Koresh...and we all know how well THAT turned out.
hahaha

Greeneville, TN

#13 Mar 29, 2011
His screen name says it all.......
Bedlam wrote:
Jehovah's Witnesses...a quick, TRUE history...
Spawned by the dissolution of the "Millerites" who followed one William Miller, they were founded by Joseph Franklin Rutherford, a follower of the Bible Student Movement started by one Charles Taze Russell.
Other religious movements with their start in the Millerites include the Seventh Day Adventists and the Branch Davidians among many others...all having the endtimes as their major focal point tho differing slightly in interpretation of the scriptures.
The Millerites were known for their belief that they knew when the End would be...and every date their leader set came and went without incident, proving them wrong. As Miller's followers saw predictions come and go with nothing to show they started splitting off, eventually forming many cults and a few other actual religions.
As my gf comes from a JW family I know more than most about the sect we are discussing. Her and her family became disillusioned with the church and its teachings as it was splitting up their family and seemed to throw out many of Christs teachings just to focus on THEIR OWN interpretations of a few others.
Since Cults split people away from others and all differing opinions and foster an "us vs them" mentality, I classify Jehovahs Witnesses as a CULT based on inaccurate interpretations of the Bible we all know and seeming ignorance of large sections to focus on the few they deem worthy of study and praise.
Remember those Branch Davidians I mentioned? their leader was David Koresh...and we all know how well THAT turned out.
Vinny

Kihei, HI

#14 Mar 29, 2011
Life defending Watchtower land is sure one tough deal.

The Watchtower is not God's anything. FACT OF LIFE!

Prove God chose Watchtower JWs.

Cause I got a MOUNTAIN OF PROOF that God never chose Watchtower for anything: http://home.tiscali.nl/t661020/wtcitaten/part...

The printed page tells it like it is. MANY PAGES.

Sorry JWs but you just keep losing all the time.

Did God get all those EMBARRASSING DATES wrong JWs?(1914, 1925, 1975, 2000, GENERATION OF 1914 ETC)...


Did God get Vaccinations wrong too?


And then 21 years later did God change his mind about vaccinations?


(Or was it possibly because vaccinations were stomping out polio, smallpox, diptheria, measles and more)?


Did God get organ transplants being, "CANNIBALISM", wrong too?


And then change his mind again 13 years later saying organ transplants were not cannibalism after all!(how bout that!).


Did God get, "ALTERNATIVE SERVICE" wrong?(((FOR 50 YEARS))).


Did God change his mind 50 years later and then say alternative service is now okay to do?


Who did all those brothers go to jail for JWs? Was it for Jehovah or for the Watchtower Society?


What about good ole and special BETH-SARIM, JWs? Was Jehovah behind Beth Sarim too? An entire house and property waiting for the ancient worthies to be resurrected and have a place to go to.


Who was Beth Sarim an embarrassment to JW's? Please tell us.


Is it reasonable to expect just a little more from God's channel than all this JWs?

What do you think JWs


Who did all those witnesses that died because of not getting vaccinations or organ transplants die for? Did they die for God or for the Watchtower Society? You tell me JWs.


So please, tell me JWs, are you ready to let your little children DIE if for some reason they need blood? Please answer yes or no. Put yourself in that situation right now before it actually happens.


Are you ready to teach other people in your territory that they too must say no to blood even if death results?


JWs, Are you also ready and willing to shun your children if they get baptized at like 14 but then say, "sorry, but the JW's just ain't for me", at 18?


cont
Vinny

Kihei, HI

#15 Mar 29, 2011
Part 2

JWs, do you tell your bible studies that the JW's were FLAT WRONG about those organ transplants, vaccinations, alternative service, Beth Sarim, 1914, 1925, 1975, 2000, Rape Rules, Sex with animals or sex with the same sex not breaking the marital bond along 500 more things just like these?


Do you tell your bible studies all about these many mistakes JWs?


You see, it would be disingenuous of you to only show the one side of the JW picture, don't you think?


People have a right and you have an obligation to show people the COMPLETE JW PICTURE.


Most bible studies only know what JW's tell them in their little bible study books.(I bet you all know this now). And NOWHERE does it mention all these problems that destroy the WT Society as being used by God for anything at all.

If the Bible is True:

Jesus walked on water.

Moses parted the Red Sea.

A Cloud followed the ark of the covenant.

And the JW religion owns this bad boy: http://home.tiscali.nl/t661020/wtcitaten/part...

Do you see the slight difference here JWs?

This is why many people after knowing the entire JW range of facts end up walking away altogether. Just like I did almost five years ago now.

And this despite the fact that we will be judged as wicked, as some apostate, be labeled, shunned and lose almost everything we have.

Is this fair JWs? Is this scriptural JWs? No, it is neither... and I have examined all the scriptures many times and in great detail. No scripture supports this unfair abuse of power and loss of friends, family and reputation.

I hope you take the time to honestly examine all these things JWs.

Be ready to cut-off your own children just because they don't want it. Because you just might have to. It happens more than you know.


So JWs, the next time you try to push JW's are God's channel today nonsense please do not get offended when I fall out of my chair laughing.

You all have many questions all over this site that you have put on your lap.


And then you ALL always run like a fast little rabbits...


And do the JW dance moves out the door...


Silly JW's.

AND THIS IS WHY YOU KEEP GETTING SPANKED!!!


No JW that I have ever encountered or debated with can defend the sorry JW past plethora of embarrassing mistakes..


This is where you cross the line, lose badly and then get buried and spanked all on the same thread.


cont
Vinny

Kihei, HI

#16 Mar 29, 2011
Part 3

Why not just say this is a pretty good religion for me and leave it at that?


Why arrogantly teach that you must be a JW, JW's are the truth, God uses only JW's, JW's are God's people all the while you have pages and pages of PROOF that God never chose the JW's for anything, never got all those things wrong for 100 plus years and has not picked the Watchtower for anything at all.


The JW religion is just that another religious institution and nothing more. The facts prove this again and again over and over.


JW's preach (((THE JW))) message. And that is it.

You know the one that said (in writing) that the end would come in 1914, 1925, 1975, before the generation of 1914 died, the year 2000. The JW message that forbids blood transfusions, that forbidded organ transplants, vaccinations, alternative service etc etc etc.... The one that says no beards, no holidays, no school sports or plays, no cub scouts, no red cross, no salvation army etc etc etc

THAT is not the biblical message at all.

And remember this fact: Before JW's ever showed up on the scene, Christianity was already GLOBAL!!! Now how did that happen do you suppose?


God's hand is with my life today. Now how does that happen JWs if I left his organization as you al laughably claim??

It's simply a matter of putting the issues on the table and with an open mind coming to reasonable conclusions based on the whole range of facts and information.

I have proven to myself (and my family as well as God Himself) that I am willing to be WRONG.That I am willing to be adjusted. That I can accept new information regardless of the consequences.

After all I became a JW.

And then I was willing to leave the JW's despite heavy though unfair consequences.

I am willing to be proven wrong... or right... whatever the case may be.

Truth is worth the effort and or consequences for me. And the JWs do not have it.

That's what this journey called life is all about.

Living with blinders is no way to live at all!

If the bible is true Jesus did many amazing things to prove God was with him.

If the bible is true Moses did many amazing things that prove God was with him.

And this sorry list is what JW's have to prove God is with them today??

http://home.tiscali.nl/t661020/wtcitaten/part...

All from their own literature.

The printed page tells it like it is JWs!

Like I've said many times now; the Watchtower's greatest enemy today is its own literature.

Vinny
bluffing

Dandridge, TN

#17 Mar 29, 2011
JWmentalcases wrote:
I challenge any one of them to a discussion on their assinine beliefs in this forum.A bible based debate.Our Lord Jesus said that they are wolves in sheeps clothing.
Call them up and tell them you want a bible study, then come let us know what you find. How dare you judge another's beliefs and say it is because you are SMART enough to be the CORRECT interpreter of a book not even written originally in our language. Do some research on why king James himself had an interpretation written for personal gain and power by an unreligious man. Read the original written scripts and then decide what you think God is telling us and who is wrong, and I will respect your biased opinion. But wait, you can't. Everyone is entitled to follow the Lord in the best way they see fit and honorable to god.
jeez

Fort Campbell, TN

#18 Mar 29, 2011
bluffing wrote:
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Call them up and tell them you want a bible study, then come let us know what you find. How dare you judge another's beliefs and say it is because you are SMART enough to be the CORRECT interpreter of a book not even written originally in our language. Do some research on why king James himself had an interpretation written for personal gain and power by an unreligious man. Read the original written scripts and then decide what you think God is telling us and who is wrong, and I will respect your biased opinion. But wait, you can't. Everyone is entitled to follow the Lord in the best way they see fit and honorable to god.
I do not attend a church of any denomination due to the many people who are there for ONLY to be seen. Anyway, you are correct to say that everyone is entitled to his/her own opinion, BUT.....I can bet you that during the pretty weather months, I get at least 2 JW people come to my door FORCING their believes on me. Or trying to. I tell them I am not interested and shut the door. I live next door to a baptist preacher and speak to him daily.....NEVER has he tried to push his believes on me. Oh, he has asked once if we would like to attend his church but that was it. To each his own, but do not try to force your believes on other people by knocking on their door or interrupting them while yard work is being done.
JWmentalcases

Johnson City, TN

#19 Mar 29, 2011
TOM ROOK wrote:
This is a wonderful day ... sun is shining, dogs are sleeping on the front porch .... coffee is beckoning me with its siren call, and I have read with laughter the comments 1 through 10, above ... by people whose thinking is so distorted by whatever filter they see the world through, as to be completely divorced from rational reality.
It is a pleasure and a complement for Jehovah's Witnesses to be insulted by persons who any reasonable and educated person with any common sense at all can see they are teetering on the ragged edge of bitter insanity.
It is like watching a Party Clown with Tourette's Syndrome ... repulsive, yet funny at the same time.
Well... time for a cup of coffee, then back to work.
[email protected]
A little upset,my friend?Then why don't you try to deny even one of the facts posted above about the JW cult and it's band of liars and hypocrites?You can't,that's why.Try if you dare....like Clint said"Go ahead,punk,make my day."

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Since: Aug 08

Edmond, OK

#20 Mar 29, 2011
I tried to give them the benefit of the doubt but every JW that I have ever had dealings with are downright evil. They lie, cheat and steal all while they are telling you that you are not good enough. I believe the Bible says that we are judged by our works but then I of course my Bible is different then theirs. I was taught we were to be good people and help our neighbors. Then of course there are the 10 commandments which they don't seem to follow either.

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