: Q 1: Where does the Bible say God's name is Jehovah.
From The NIV Interlinear Hebrew-English Old Testament we have the literal translation of Psalm 83:18:
"And-let-them-know that you name-of-you Yahweh by-yourself Most-Hig over all-of the-earth".
Note that the original Hebrew contains the term "name-of-you", so that "Yahweh" is said to be God's name. This name is called the Tetragrammaton is is usually transliterated as "YHWH" or "JHVH", depending on what the language scholar prefers. "Yahweh" is generally agreed as being close to the original pronunciation, which appears to have been lost. During the last 600 years or so, the name "Jehovah" gradually evolved as the translation from the Hebrew "JHVH" to English. These days, most scholarly Bible translations that use the divine name at all, rather than the traditional title "LORD", tend to use "Yahweh". An example is the New Jerusalem Bible.
: Q 2: What's an apostate
Depends on who you ask. The most general dictionary meaning is something like "someone who leaves a previous loyalty". However, applied literally that means that if you quit your job you're an apostate. More narrowly, the term is applied to those who leave a religious loyalty. However, that's not very helpful in the context of Jehovah's Witnesses because a Catholic who converts to the JWs is thereby an apostate. Narrowing it down further, the semi-secret JW elders' manual called "Pay Attention to Yourselves and to All the Flock" defines "apostasy" this way:
Apostasy is a standing away from, a falling away, defection, rebellion, abandonment; it involves teaching false doctrines, supporting or promoting false religion and its holidays or interfaith activities...
Apostasy includes action taken against true worship of Jehovah or his established order among his dedicated people...
Person who deliberately spread (stubbornly hold to and speak about) teachings contrary to Bible truth as taught by Jehovah's Witnesses are apostates...
The Bible condemns the following:
Causing divisions and promoting sects.
This would be deliberate action disrupting the unity of the congregation or underming the confidence of the brothers in Jehovah's arrangement.
What the above is really saying is that anyone who publicly disagrees with Watchtower teachings is an apostate. Clearly, the WTS definition is ridiculous and self-serving.
: Q 3: What is the "Evil slave vs Good slave" I read this ealier sounds more like a movie in Hollywood.
The notion is taken from Matthew 24:45-51. The Watchtower Society misapplies this simple illustration of what will happen to faithful Christians compared to what will happen to unfaithful ones, and turns it into a "prophecy" that a group of "anointed ones" would miraculously be appointed to oversee all of Christ's affairs on earth. Naturally they claim that JW leaders have been so appointed (in particular in 1919) and they call themselves "the faithful and discreet slave class". In contrast, they teach that "the evil slave class" is comprised of former JWs and Bible Students who were members of the "faithful slave class" but who "went bad" and left the JW organization. Of late, this teaching has been given little attention, since it's so obviously stretching the meaning of the Bible passage.
: Q 4: Why would any one want to be a Slave
You tell me.
: Q 5: Why not give a child blood to save their lives. Can this be proven in the Bible also
No, it cannot be proved from the Bible. The most that JWs can claim is that Acts 15 tells Christians to "abstain from blood". That obviously is referring to abstaining from eating blood, and since taking a transfusion is in no sense eating blood, Acts 15 cannot apply. However, beginning in the 1940s, the WTS began teaching that a blood transfusion was the same as eating blood, and gradually they made taking a transfusion a disfellowshipping offense. The 1940s "reasoning" was based on the ridiculous notion they had been teaching since the early 1920s that taking vaccinations was a form of eating blood and violated the proscription in Genesis 9:4 about not eating "flesh with its blood". They abandoned the proscription on vaccinations in the early 1950s, when various Watchtower officials found that their international travel was being hampered by lack of vaccination. Why they didn't give up on the equally ridiculous blood transfusion ban is beyond knowing. Today, JW leaders are reduced to claiming that their ideas about transfusions are to be followed because of their appointment "over all of Christ's belongings" on earth in 1919, which allows them to dictate to "God's people" what they will and will not believe.
: Q 6: Where does the rule not to talk with family members who left from the Jehovah's Witness (or any ) relious group come from
From a misapplication of a few scriptures such as 1 John 2:19, 2 John 9-11, 1 Corinthians 5:11-13, Titus 3:10-11, 2 Timothy 2:16-18, Matthew 10:34-38 and Matthew 18:15-17.
: Q 7: How can a person isolate themselves if you chose to knock on peoples doors outside your religion
I don't understand your question.
: Q 8: How can the watchtower society, control so many millions of people across the world from a head quaters in NY. This is something i am sure my chief would love to know he can't control us in the same city never mind across the world ........LOL
You have to understand the indoctrination process. When a person gradually comes to accept the teachings of JWs, he or she inevitably comes upon contradictory information or things that they would normally reject as ridiculous. But as they move along, various other JW teachings often convince them to put aside these reservations and eventually forget about them altogether. Thus it is the person who is willing to put aside his reasoning ability and conscience and accept what he is told only on the basis of claimed spiritual authority who eventually becomes a Jehovah's Witness. At that point, the person has fully accepted the claim that JW leaders speak for God, and so they do everything they're told, just as they would if God told them.
: Q 9: How can you call the world Evil you live in the world wouldn't that also make you evil
Not really. JWs claim that they "are no part of the world" and live a socially isolated life.
: Q 11: Does God hate cops . Will you show me where in the Holy Bible.
What does this have to do with JWs?
You'd best be very careful of this Kylishlee. He or she demonstrates many of the horrible traits that make Jehovah's Witnesses a true cult.
: Oh one last thing: You gave good advice of finding a neutral site about Jehovah's Witnesses however, you didn't say if you had one. If so please send the link I will be more than happy to look into it.
Almost all sites dealing with JWs are clearly either pro or anti. JWs tend to create this situation by claiming that everyone who is not 100% on their side, to the extent of accepting that JW leaders speak for God, are their enemies. People who one constantly refers to as enemies eventually become enemies in fact.