What is the biggest doctrinal mistake made by the Watchtower /JWorg. ?

by Finkelstein 39 Replies latest watchtower bible

  • Finkelstein

    The WTS suggestion that ancient Jerusalem fell in 607 BCE is nonsensical and fraudulent given the information from archeological findings and the chronological dating within the bible itself.

    Out of those all of these resources it makes the probability of the year of 586 BCE as being correct.

    The WTS stood and uphold 607 for so long because it supports 1914 which the WTS still upholds to this day.

    Maybe the WTS should have upheld Jesus's statement that no one knows of the time not even he and obeyed the counsel by him to his faithful followers to not set a time upon God's own sacred time ???

    But then again the WTS would not have such compelling and alluring information to proliferate the literature they published.

  • road to nowhere
    road to nowhere

    Biggest related to 1914 has to be the overlapping. Even ones who can explain it (word for word) dont get that they start on 3rd base with 607

  • Finkelstein

    The ending fact to the activity of Watchtower Corporation/Jworg. is that it did make up false teachings/prophecies and turned them into money making procurements through the organization's literature publications.

    The WTS turned the Gospel of Jesus into a money making world wide commodity and did so by being sinful and unloyal to Jehovah and his son..

    There was alot of bragging amount how many publications this organization made or produced and in how many languages but at what level of corruption and exploitation of the public's ignorance of the what the bible really says or how Jesus instructed how his Gospel was to be preached.

  • lastmanstanding

    The biggest mistake? Hmmm.

    Ask any JW, “is the Watchtower Society ‘the truth’..?”

    They will say YES.

    But Jesus said He was “the truth” .... and “the way”... and “the life”.

  • Finkelstein

    .......and doesn't become even more ironic that JWS assume that they are in the Gospel truth, when in reality they aren't due to the activity orchestrated by the WTS.

    This is what happens when an individual becomes loyal and subservient to men who are inherently corrupt and sinful.

  • lastmanstanding

    I imagine that if you were really to ask a dub the question, and then tell them that answer, they would say.. “oh ...yeah... but we teach Jesus”.

    Of course you could then reply, “but teaching Jesus and being Jesus are quite different”

    To that they would hum, haw and come up with “well, only in the WTS can you get the truth”..

    To which you could add, “So Jesus is the mediator between God and who?”

    ...”and the WTS is the mediator between who and who?”

    At which point the dubster wants to get away as fast as they can.


    What is the biggest doctrinal mistake made by the Watchtower /JWorg. ?

    How about basing their whole business model around a Catholic book

  • Finkelstein

    Or how about basing their whole business model (Literature Publishing) around creating an apostate false Gospel, self calculating when Jesus took to his heavenly throne (1914) when Jesus himself said no one shall know of the time not even he.

    The WTS/Jworg. is still saying of what supposedly happened in 1914 that Armageddon will happen soon.

    Preaching and teaching falsehoods is not the will and purpose of Jehovah but is in fact according to the bible a punishable sin.

    1 John 4:1 ......

    Dear friends, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, because many false prophets have gone out into the world.

  • JW GoneBad
    JW GoneBad

    What slimboyfat said:

    I think shunning is the biggest teaching mistake: unloving, unnecessary, and will ultimately be their undoing...

    Tons & tons of families have left this cult intact due to this harsh & unscriptural doctrine than any other JW teaching.

  • Finkelstein

    Since the WTS/JWorg leaders past and present were acting as false teachers and apostates according to Scripture, shouldn't faithful ones who wanted to stay righteous in the eyes of god shun these men and not read or distribute their written literature ?

    If these men were doing what they were doing in ancient times when Jesus was still alive he would most likely curse and admonish these people calling them false Prophet apostates

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