Jehovahs Witnesses – Does the Sect’s name really mean for what it is ?

by EverApostate 16 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • EverApostate
    he just wants folks to know he sent his son for mankind and we should appreciate that gift and appreciate it

    Sorry , I don't entertain nor appreciate (anymore) the gruesome human sacrifices to appease anyone

  • jwundubbed

    Try thinking of witnesses, not as people who see the truth of a situation and stand ready to give verbal evidence of that truth (much like the 'witnesses' that the Cullens brought to them in the last book of the Twilight series ) but more like people who stand by the most powerful evil authority and watch while they 'save the righteous few' and 'slaughter the wicked many' (like the vampires the Vulturi brought with them to act as witnesses in the same book).

  • scratchme1010
    Jehovahs Witnesses – Does the Sect’s name really mean for what it is ?

    No, they are full of --it.

  • snugglebunny

    It's quite clever. And it helps with the imprinting. Turning your back on Jehovah's witnesses is only a microscopic step from turning your back on Jehovah himself.

  • eyeuse2badub

    Didn't the 'name' come from a supposed "vision in the night" given to Rutherford? It was probably a booze induced hallucination that created the stupid 'name'. I believe that by changing the name to jehovah's witnesses, was Rutherford's way of creating his own personal religion.

    just saying!

  • EverApostate

    To be more precise, Jehovah (Originally YHWH) is not the correct pronunciation nor the spelling. An Almighty God couldn't even present his correct name down to generations.

    And above all, this Almighty remained silent when his name was removed by his Enemies from his Holy book, until the WT could restore it.

    Oh what a cock and Bull story.

  • Finkelstein

    The JWS are really sales representatives for the Watchtower Publishing house who are inherently commercialized false prophets.

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