by Mace.Bean 8 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • Mace.Bean

    Honest letter accurately stating current JW beliefs and practices. Far different from the childish handprinted letters most JWs are mailing out. https://www.jwletter.com

    Heartfelt letter from a loving father to his adult JW son who was shunning him. This letter helped the son to wake up and quit all JW activities. https://www.jwletter.com/letter-from-father-to-a-son/

  • Mace.Bean

    Winston reads the JW letter starting at the 3:00 mark. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNN-3Rj9GyA&t=189s

  • BluesBrother

    That letter is spot on . It tells the truthful and accurate state of Watchtower teaching but in a way that they would never do. It is what it is.

  • zachias

    Pure platinum!

  • nowwhat?

    Russell also taught the last days began in 1799

  • StephaneLaliberte

    I like this approach. I remember, when I was a PIMO, I used to say outrageous comments like that just for fun and people didn't know how to react. I'd be affirmative on some odd teachings like a complete fanatic. I was hoping that the very fact that there was room for me to say things like that would prompt them to question their beliefs, but I've never seen anything really come out of that strategy.

  • Disillusioned JW
    Disillusioned JW

    The "Letter From a Father to a Son" is outstanding!

  • Mace.Bean

    @Disillusioned JW, that outstanding letter not only helped free the son from the cult, but it went viral and became widely known among the JWs in his town. He not only quit all JW activities, he also grew a full beard and began dating young women he met at work. The most interesting development is that no one, including his mother and his uncles who are elders, has inquired as to why he simply quit everything. Clearly, they are aware of the father's letter and they know they cannot deny anything in it so they leave the son alone. Amazing!

  • Rattigan350

    Not accurate. "Jesus Christ returned invisibly in 1914"

    JWs don't believe that Jesus returned in 1914 invisibly. The belief is: Jesus is a spirt and thus invisible by nature. He became king in 1914. The return is his resurrecting his disciples to him.

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