If I accept a Bible study, will I be pressured to become one of Jehovah’s Witnesses?
No. Jehovah’s Witnesses love teaching people about the Bible, but we never pressure anyone to join our religion. Rather, we respectfully present what the Bible says, recognizing that each person has the right to choose what he or she will believe.—1 Peter 3:15.
Really? The whole point of a Jehovah's Witness Bible Study is to use study aid publications written and prepared by the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society. You will be introduced to all their beliefs, doctrines and practices in this ''supposedly'' Bible Study. You can bring in your own Bible, but only their publications will be studied.
Does this study pressure you into joining and becoming a Jehovah's Witness? Do you have a right to believe what you choose to believe? Here is your answer:
Improving Our Skills in the Ministry—Discontinuing Unproductive Bible Studies
WHY IMPORTANT: People must call on the name of Jehovah in order to be saved. (Ro 10:13, 14) Yet, not everyone who agrees to study the Bible wants to live by Jehovah’s standards. We make the best use of our precious time in the ministry by helping those who truly want to make changes to please Jehovah. If a Bible student does not make meaningful progress after a reasonable period of time, we wisely redirect our efforts to those whom Jehovah is drawing to him and his organization. (Joh 6:44) Of course, if at a future time the person gives evidence of being “rightly disposed for everlasting life,” we gladly resume his Bible study.—Ac 13:48.