HOW ABOUT TELLING THE tRUTH?<quoted text> Unrepentant adulteres, fornicators, liars theives..ect get disfellowshiped. The congregations are to be kept clean. If you have a Bible take the time and read this scriptures from your OwN Bible. This is nothing new under the sun it happened in Paul's day.
•Reading Anti-JW literature
•Criticizing the teachings of the Watchtower
•Communicating with Ex-JWs
•Dating a non-Jehovah’s Witness, and many other offenses not mentioned in the Bible as disfellowshipping offenses
An unrepentant Jehovah’s Witness is disfellowshipped without the input of the congregation. A Jehovah’s Witness who commits “unclean conduct” according to the Watchtower’s guidelines is disfellowshipped by a “judicial committee” made of up three Jehovah’s Witness elders. This decision is made behind closed doors without the input of others in the congregation
Disfellowshipped Jehovah’s Witnesses are not to be considered “brothers” in the faith, but rather enemies to be “hated” with “Godly hatred”(WT 6-15-1980, p. 8 and WT 10-1-1993, p. 13). Ex-Jehovah’s Witnesses are told that they have lost their salvation and have no hope of future resurrection unless they return to the Watchtower organization before their physical death.
Unless the member is appointed as a qualified “elder,” all communication between Jehovah’s Witness members and Ex-Jehovah’s Witnesses is strictly prohibited. Referencing 2 John 10 to support this practice, the Watchtower takes this passage out of context. This verse speaks of not greeting/welcoming false teachers into the first century “house” churches to proclaim their false gospel message to church members. This passage has nothing to do with how to treat a disfellowshipped “brother.
NOW FROM THE bIBLE;
While “association” with an expelled “brother” is limited (2 Thessalonians 3:6, 14; 1 Corinthians 5:11), they are still allowed to be spoken to and “admonished” to turn from their sinful ways (2 Thessalonians 3:15). There is no indication in any of these Scriptures that only “elders” are allowed to communicate with expelled “brothers.” James 5:19-20:“My brethren, if any among you strays from the truth and one turns him back, let him know that he who turns a sinner from the error of his way will save his soul from death and will cover a multitude of SINS.
There is no command in Scripture to shun those who leave the Christian faith (1 John 2:19). While those who cause divisions (Romans 16:17) or promote false doctrines (Titus 3:10) are to be watched and “rejected” if they do not repent after being warned, there is no command to stop communicating with ex-believers.
For more information see:
WHAT IS A CULT?- Key Facts You Should Know About Cults and Mind Control
Are Jehovah's Witnesses a cult?
Why do people leave cults?
Disfellowshipped but Saved by Jehovah!- Anne Marie's Story ( 4jehovah.org )