So as I recall from my years of bible studies and countless meetings, JWs teach that Jehovah does not accept interfaith relationships. The idea of sharing on a prayer for world peace with other religions, as I was told, was not acceptable in the eyes of Jehovah. Now I am not here to say that now they are sharing in the way above mentioned, but certainly it seems like the WT has no issues in sharing their propaganda along with other religions and under the "pretense" that they mingle with the other religions of Babylon the great
I don't know if I missed some new light, since I am missing some meetings, but I found this compelling
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Thank you StarTrek!! this is truly "food at the right time" as they say in watchtowerland.
I was recently looking for something like like.
Oh boy i learned the hard way how difficult is to have a non-JW girlfriend, specially a catholic one, with VERY active and church-oriented parents!!!
That would have been such a huge no-no back in the 80s I can't even begin!!! It really is a different religon these days.
Excellent find S.T.A. Sharing it with some blinded J.W. friends.
UPDATE: Just received a translation -
“La Nit de les Religions de Barcelona” és una jornada de portes obertes dels centres de culte i d’entitats vinculades a diferents tradicions religioses o espirituals, en la qual es duran a terme diverses activitats. Aquesta proposta sorgeix del Grup Jove de Diàleg Interreligiós i Interconviccional d’AUDIR (http://audir.org/grup-jove/) i s’emmiralla en “La Nit de les Religions de Berlín” i, com aquesta, vol aproximar la ciutadania a les comunitats religioses perquè les coneguin millor.""The Barcelona Nest of Religions is an open-day for cultural centres and organizations linked with various religious or spiritual traditions, where various activities will take place. This proposal arose out of the AUDIR Interreligion and Interfaith Dialogue Youth Group and is based on the Berlin Nest of Religions and is aimed at bringing the people closer to religious communities, closer so that they can get to know them better."
According to the program this open-day includes all kinds of religions from Catholic and protestant churches and orthodox churches to Wicca, or witchcraft.