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THE BIBLE AND JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES OWN PUBLICATIONS PROVE THEIR 1914 DATE FALSE

THE BIBLE AND JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES OWN PUBLICATIONS PROVE THEIR 1914 DATE FALSE

Revised June 13, 2020

Jehovah’s Witnesses have used dates to establish or legitimize their existence since they began in the 1870’s. All the dates they used back then have been gradually discarded as time went by, and evidence proves all those dates to be Biblically and historically untenable. This, in itself, should be a red flag for any serious Bible-believing Christian. Why?

“Watch out for false prophets” (Matthew 7:15 NIV)

“Watch out that you are not deceived. For many will come in my name claiming . . . ‘The time is near’. Do not follow them” (Luke 21:8 NIV) read more

WHO IS THE ONE MEDIATOR BETWEEN CHRISTIANS AND GOD?

WHO IS THE ONE MEDIATOR BETWEEN CHRISTIANS AND GOD?

“This, then is how you should pray: ‘Our Father in heaven . . . “—Matthew 6:9 NIV.

“No one comes to the Father except through me”—John 14:6

“There is one God and one mediator between God and mankind, the man Christ Jesus”—1 Timothy 2:5 NIV

While they all give ‘lip service’ (Mark 7:6-13) to the principles that the scriptures above express, Christian denominations have differing views on the exactly how the mediatorial relationship between them and God operates. So, yes, they all “say” that Jesus is the mediator, but in actual practice things are not exactly the way the Bible says they should be. For example, Catholics teach that Christians must go through their priesthood and their hierarchy, including their Pope, to have a relationship with God. Others teach that one can only have a relationship with God through their particular denomination, organization, or church. Some have even thought, or taught that a relationship with God was only possible through one particular pastor. Trinitarians often simply ignore this vital relationship. Let’s make clear what the scriptures say about this: read more

How to Witness to a Jehovah’s Witness (JW)

How to Witness to a Jehovah’s Witness (JW)

Jehovah’s Witnesses (JW’s) are best known for their door-to-door witnessing, distributing literature such as The Watchtower and Awake! magazines. But how would a Christian go about witnessing to a Jehovah’s Witness?

First, you will not be able to prove JW’s wrong on:

  • Trinity
  • Hell
  • Immortal Soul
  • Birthdays
  • Christmas
  • Voting
  • War/Fighting for Country

JW’s are taught that these are some primary reasons they’re right and you’re wrong. JW’s are very well trained on these subjects and armed with scriptures. You don’t stand a chance to prove them wrong in these areas. You’ll only reinforce in their minds they’re right. read more

Beliefs Unique to Jehovah’s Witnesses are Unscriptural

Beliefs Unique to Jehovah’s Witnesses are Unscriptural

Approved association with Jehovah’s Witnesses requires accepting the entire range of the true teachings of the Bible, including those Scriptural beliefs that are unique to Jehovah’s Witnesses. What do such beliefs include? …

“That there is a ‘faithful and discreet slave’ upon earth today ‘entrusted with all of Jesus’ earthly interests,’ which slave is associated with the Governing Body of Jehovah’s Witnesses. (Matthew 24:45-47) That 1914 marked the end of the Gentile Times and the establishment of the Kingdom of God in the heavens, as well as the time for Christ’s foretold presence. (Luke 21:7-24; Revelation 11:15–12:10) That only 144,000 Christians will receive the heavenly reward. That Armageddon, referring to the battle of the great day of God the Almighty, is near. (Revelation 16:14, 16; 19:11-21) That it will be followed by Christ’s Millennial Reign, which will restore an earth-wide paradise. That the first to enjoy it will be the present “great crowd” of Jesus’ “other sheep.”—John 10:16; Revelation 7:9-17; 21:3, 4.
(The Watchtower, 4/1/1986 p. 31, Questions From Readers) read more

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