A "killer" question for Jehovah's Witnesses

by Terry 20 Replies latest jw friends

  • Terry
    Terry

    Here is a 'killer' question for JW's.

    Which description BEST describes how you see yourself and how you feel?
    Which would you choose?
    ARE YOU:
    1. A Christian
    2. A Jehovah's Witness

    Here's the scenario.
    It's the Day of Judgment.
    You only have to pass one test to make it through to the other side of Armageddon. How do you answer?

  • Ding
    Ding

    They'd probably say "Jehovah's Witness" because they think they're the only real Christians and because they want to work the name Jehovah into conversations and prayers as much as they can.

  • Longlivetherenegades
    Longlivetherenegades

    It's a pity they don't have the option to choose

    Christian congregation of Jehovah's witnesses

  • mickbobcat
    mickbobcat

    I would say the question makes no sense. I am not a JW nor a Christian or any believer in any god or supernatural being. There is no proof of god. Not one bit so the question is jumping a canyon.

  • Rafe
    Rafe

    JWS are apostate false Christians due to their adherence to the doctrines made by the Watchtower.

    Come judgement day Jesus will say to all JWS, I don't know you, you are devoted followers of men and their words, not followers of my words.

  • Pete Zahut
    Pete Zahut

    They’d readily reply “ JW” because in their mind JW covers both choices.

  • Terry
    Terry

    As I recall, in the early 1970s the Watchtower publications began for the first time
    using the phrase, "Jehovah's Christian Witnesses", but it didn't last very long.
    Does anybody else remember that?
    It was around the time of the failed prophecy.

  • Beth Sarim
    Beth Sarim

    ''They’d readily reply “ JW” because in their mind JW covers both choices.''

    I know. Like they always speak out of both sides of their mouth.

  • Terry
    Terry

    Christianity and Jehovah's Witnesses have (deliberately) nothing in common.

  • Beth Sarim
    Beth Sarim

    Terry, I think it's just an 'isolation' technique.

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