10 questions to ask a jehovah witness
10 Questions & Answers on Jehovahs Witnesses by Rose PublishingThe 10 Questions & Answers on Jehovahs Witnesses pamphlet provides answers to 10 of the most important questions regarding Jehovahs Witnesses, including information on eight important topics including how the Jehovahs Witnesses began, the prophecies made by their leader, Charles Taze Russell, the number of people who will go to heaven, and the reliability of the Watchtowers New World Translation, and much more. Full color and glossy, the pamphlet explains the key beliefs, practices, and history of this group. This bestselling tool is excellent for any group wanting to learn more about the Jehovahs Witnesses. Size: 8.5x 5.5 unfolds to 33 long. Fits inside most Bible covers. 10 Questions & Answers on Jehovahs Witnesses is an excellent tool for outreach and missions groups, or for anyone wanting to understand more abut this controversial religious group. This compelling 10 Q & A pamphlet examines critical questions regarding the beliefs and practices of the Jehovahs Witnesses and responds with what the Bible teaches about each: How did Jehovahs Witnesses begin? Is Gods true name really Jehovah? Is the Trinity really a pagan doctrine? Is Jesus Christ God? Is the Holy Spirit just Gods active force? Will only 144,000 people go to heaven? Can only Jehovahs Witnesses be saved? Is the Watchtowers New World Translation reliable? Which is the final authority: the Bible or the Watchtower? What else do Jehovahs Witnesses believe? 10 Questions & Answers on Jehovahs Witnesses pamphlet provides answers to 10 of the most important questions regarding Jehovahs Witnesses. Readers and students of other religions and cults will find answers to these and other claims JehovahsWitnesses make: Its critical to call God by his personal name, Jehovah Christianitys idea of the Trinity is like Babylonian and Egyptian mythology After the death of the original apostles, Christianity slipped into the Great Apostasy In heaven, Jesus was an archangel Only the 144,000 Christians living between Pentecost and 1935, called the anointed class, will live in Heaven as spirits forever Jehovahs Witnesses dont believe in holidays and celebrations This pamphlet explores the beliefs, practices and history of this controversial group, including interesting ideas and prophecies by founder Charles Taze Russell. Among many other ideas, Russell believed: He was chosen by God to provide spiritual truth for Jehovahs true worshippers in the last days. The world would end 1914. He changed that year to 1915, then to 1918. The Great Pyramids in Giza foretold dates for the end of the world. The 10 Questions & Answers on Jehovahs Witnesses includes a Glossary of Jehovahs Witness Terms. The glossary explains the following terms and many others: Anointed Class--Special people who are anointed with Gods Spirit, said to number 144,000, the only people going to heaven Babylon--All non-Jehovahs Witnesses religious organizations and worldly governments New Light--A change in doctrine Kingdom Hall--The place for weekly meetings The 10 Questions & Answers on Jehovahs Witnesses offers a listing of additional resources for learning more about Jehovahs Witnesses, and You Should Also Know sections that provide additional information on topics such as: Troublesome teachings Misconceptions of the Trinity The only true God The Holy Spirit is God The 144,000 Two destinies New WorldTranslation translators Christians in world governments The pamphlet also offers Tips for Talking with Jehovahs Witnesses. The following is a sampling of the helpful tips to improve outreach to JW co-workers and acquaintances.: Do pray to Jehovah God Do challenge the Jehovahs Witness trust in the Watchtower Do ask the Jehovahs Witness to help you understand how to reconcile their beliefs with Bible.
Questions for Jehovah Witness
What's wrong with being a Witness? This article was originally intended for people studying with Jehovah's Witnesses, listing topics to discuss for a better understanding of Watchtower's less palatable doctrine. Over the last decade, far fewer Bible studies progress to baptism. On the other hand, there are far greater numbers of former members wanting to know how to assist Jehovah's Witnesses. With the introduction of Jehovah's Witnesses spreading their message by placing carts in busy locations, it is easy to approach one and initiate a discussion. If you are studying with Jehovah's Witnesses, there are a number of sensitive topics that you are unlikely to learn about in any detail before being encouraged to be baptised. You should discuss the following topics with your study conductor, prior to becoming overly involved, to have a solid understanding of what you are becoming involved in.
But how can I trust someone who claims to speak for God when they have been wrong about prior predictions? There are a number of false predictions made either by Charles Russell, subsequent leaders of the church or the Watchtower Organization itself, including this limited sampling:. As to Noah, the Christian now has much more upon which to base his faith than Noah had upon which to base his faith in a coming deluge. With great expectation Christians have looked forward to this year. Many have confidently expected that all members of the body of Christ will be changed to heavenly glory during this year.