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I was raised as a Jehovah's Witnesses when my mother joined the religion when I was one year old. While never a baptised member of Jehovah's Witnesses, I was still influenced by the Watch Tower Society's teachings and would defend them in any conversation. However, after finding out about the Watch Tower Society's string of false prophecies I came to the conclusion that the God of the Bible would never be so slapdash. I became a Born Again Christian at the age of 17 and have been actively reaching out to Jehovah's Witnesses, to help them discover the "real" Jesus, ever since. My mother also eventually left the Watchtower Society's clutches.

Court orders blood transfusion at Birmingham Children’s Hospital for baby – Birmingham Mail

Court orders blood transfusion at Birmingham Children's Hospital for baby - Birmingham MailA HIGH court Judge has given permission for a baby boy to undergo blood transfusions during an operation at Birmingham’s Children’s Hospital despite his parents’ objections on religious grounds.

Mr Justice Keehan had been told by a specialist that the baby – whose parents are Jehovah’s Witnesses – had complex heart disease and no “long-term prospect of survival” if he did not have cardiac surgery.

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Court orders blood transfusion at Birmingham Children’s Hospital for baby – Birmingham Mail.

 

Reasoning from the Scriptures Review “Cross” by Ray Aldridge

Reasoning from the Scriptures

WHILE I was a practising Jehovah’s witnesses it always puzzled me as to why practically all other beliefs confirmed that Jesus was crucified on a cross when it was so clear to us that it was a stake. At the time I never really fully critiqued this issue until recently, so felt it was a good opportunity to review this particular chapter while this was fresh in my mind.

The chapter rightly starts by defining Cross as the Device on which Christ was executed, and then goes on to explain that the original Greek word used was “Stauros”, which we all agree with.

However, it then goes on to explain that in classical Greek this word meant merely  an “upright stake”, and then unpacks a list of references to try and support this, namely P.Fairbairn, liddel & Scott, the companion Bible, encyclopaedia Britannia, Bible Dictionaries etc.

This is all fine in the context that Stauros could mean Stake, but what is missing here is more importantly how did this word develop over time and more specifically in terms of how the Romans applied it when it came to this form of punishment.

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How to Respond to the Jehovah’s Witness’ Publication “What Does the Bible Really Teach?” – Part One

What does the Bible really teach?By Wilbur Lingle

Introduction

Is This What God Purposed?

You are going to need a lot of patience whenever you witness to a Jehovah’s Witness. Whenever you ask one of them a question, he will give a lot of explanations–as if you do not know anything about the Bible–and this will take a long time.

It can be tiring to have to listen so much, but it is important to listen well, because Jehovah’s Witnesses will very often contradict themselves and you can point this out later to your advantage.

Also, when you ask a question for which they don’t know the answer, they will often begin a long explanation about another subject. When this happens, remember your question. When they get finished with this long explanation about something you are not talking about, go back to the original question and ask it again. Do not pick up on something you are not discussing and go “chasing rabbits.”

Remember that you are not only dealing with a Jehovah’s Witness but the Lord will be dealing with you, and He is able to teach you many things. You are going to need patience—to be long-suffering, kind, gentle, loving–and should spend a lot of time in prayer.

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Is This A Coincidence Mr JW?

Israelites Camped around the Tabernacle in the wilderness

The 12 tribes of Israel outside the Tabernacle.

ACCORDING to Jehovah’s Witnesses Jesus was crucified on an upright stake and NOT a cross. (see more here)

However, unless this is the biggest coincidence ever ( and I don’t believe in them) the Bible seems to prove that their belief regarding this matter is wrong.

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Where Is the Great Crowd?

Where is the Great Crowd?

Is the Great Crowd on Earth or in Heaven?

JEHOVAH’S Witnesses teach that the 144,000 are the only people to have a future heavenly hope, leaving all other JWs members of the Great Crowd who will possess the earth after the battle of Armageddon.
But is this true and what does the Bible teach?

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