The Jehovah's Witnesses Practice of Baptism
Baptism for a Jehovah's Witness differs quite notably to that of other churches
and Christian groups.
This brief article will identify five areas where there are significant
differences. In addition to differing with
Christianity in this practice, despite claiming to follow the Bible in all areas, the Jehovah's Witness practice
of baptism actually has many aspects to it that cannot be found in the Bible.
Opening the Closed Mind
Some tips and ideas for Christians to use for helping Jehovah's Witnesses to listen, straight from their own literature.
Kingdom Ministry 2007
Some comments on the September 2007 Kingdom Ministry magazine (the internal
publication of the organisation).
Warns Jehovah's Witnesses to keep away from web sites, chat
rooms, literature, and even the independent study of the
Bible and its original languages! Links to a number of scans of the
The Alpha and Omega
Demonstrating that Jesus is the Alpha and the Omega, Jehovah God, the Almighty, of Revelation 1:8, from the New World Translation.
The Wonderful Name!
Jehovah's Witnesses often focus on the name of Jehovah, but the New
Testament focus is on the name of Jesus. This article
lists the significant scriptural references where this name is given
The Doctrine of the Trinity Defended.
Jehovah’s Witnesses have been taught that the Christian doctrine of the
Trinity is a non-Biblical pagan concept.
This page provides a wide resource of articles that
responds to such charges and defends the doctrine of the Trinity.
Articles in this section include:
The use of the word "Persons" in the Trinity.
A response to the claim that the Trinity is pagan.
response to the claim that the doctrine is unbiblical.
response to the criticism of the word "mystery" being used of the doctrine.
Henotheism and Monotheism.
The Trinity and the New
Evidence of how the Watchtower has
seriously misrepresented what Trinitarians believe.
Jehovah's Witnesses and the Cross.
Is there any evidence that Christ was crucified on a cross, or was He really
crucified on an upright pole, or torture stake, as the
Watchtower Bible and Tract Society believe?
The Thought Police
Most Jehovah's Witnesses will not receive literature from people of other
religions, or literature that may be critical of
their organisation. They are also discouraged to think for
themselves with regards to religious interpretation of the Bible.
Instead, all interpretation is received through the literature
of their organisation. This article examines these issues.
Occultism and the Watchtower
Jehovah's Witnesses claim to reject all involvement with the occult and
paganism. However, this article reveals
that, throughout it's history, some definite pagan and occult beliefs,
practices, imagery, and dependence can be identified.
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