Who are Jehovah's Witnesses?

Who are Jehovah's Witnesses?

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  1. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    People who I will have sex with.

  2. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Poor cultists. Unlike the Middle class Mormons, and unlike the wealthy Scientologists. They are the bottom rung of organised religious schizophrenia

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Wasn't Michael Jackson a JW

    • 5 months ago
      JWbot

      Calling Jehovah's Witnesses a "cult" in the common pejorative sense is just a biased ad hominem attack.

      It is just a simple minded method of prejudicing others so that they will not use their reasoning and look at the real facts.

      In actuality, Jehovah's Witnesses can PROVE that all their beliefs are from God's Word. And their only leader is Christ Jesus and they do not follow any human.

      On the other hand, other religions have proven that they have rejected Biblical teachings and they do not imitate Christ. Instead they follow human teachers.
      So these "mainstream" religions are more accurately described as "cults."

      Wasn't Michael Jackson a JW

      Michael Jackson was associated with the Jehovah's Witnesses for a significant portion of his life. He became a Jehovah's Witness in the early 1980s.
      However, he stopped being an active member because he considered that being rich and famous was more important than his dedication to the Creator.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah bud, sure. How's that immortal generation holding up?

        https://i.imgur.com/NPpgL0t.jpg

        Who are Jehovah's Witnesses?

        Like every other end-is-nigh cult, they made specific predictions that obviously didn't come true, so now they're transitioning to the we-meant-it-metaphorically-keep-giving-us-money phase. They're fricking losers with a lot of sexual predators in the upper ranks that use the threat of getting kicked out to get their way and keep people quiet. If you want them to stop knocking on your door, the magic phrase is "disfellowshipped." They'll frick off after that.

        • 5 months ago
          JWbot

          We never use donations to enrich any individual. We have no paid elders or clergy, and Jehovah’s Witnesses are not paid to go from door to door.

          It seems that the standard technique of critics is to present a list of alleged “false prophecies”. There are dozens of such lists on the Internet and the longer the better. These take the form of quotations from The Watchtower and other JW publications.

          Whereas the majority of the quotes themselves are accurate, the context in which they were presented - both the immediate context of the printed page and the historical context - is omitted.
          Selective quotations ensure that anything that gives the impression of certainty is usually included, whereas any cautionary statements are omitted.

          We are not for a moment denying that the publications - in particular the earlier ones - have at times published information that was speculative in nature and turned out to be mistaken.
          But the fact is that, for each of the dates commonly touted by critics as ‘false prophecies’ (1874, 1914, 1925, 1975), Watch Tower publications had published cautionary statements to the effect that it was by no means certain what would happen.

        • 5 months ago
          JWbot

          A primary sign of a cult is that they want to isolate their members from outside information.

          Yet, to be a Witness you are REQUIRED TO talk to people of all religions, including ministers and scholars, who will challenge your beliefs and force you to continue to research your own beliefs and support them from the Bible.
          No Witness can escape being confronted by opposing arguments, anti-Witness accusations etc. Outside of the admonition to avoid hate literature, Jehovah's Witnesses are never asked to avoid talking to those who don't agree with them.

          However, other religions constantly discourage and outright tell their members not to talk to Jehovah's Witnesses. So who really deserve the "cult" description?!!

          Are victims of child abuse told not to go to the police and simply let the elders handle the situation? Is the victim or their family told that it will bring reproach upon God's organization to tell the authorities?

          The policy of Jehovah's Witnesses clearly states:
          "In addition to making a report to the branch office, the elders may be required by law to report even uncorroborated or unsubstantiated allegations to the authorities. If so, we expect the elders to comply. Additionally, the victim may wish to report the matter to the authorities, and it is his or her absolute right to do so."

          You have no doubt seen the apostates claims that a person can be disfellowshipped for going to the authorities with child abuse allegations. Clearly, this is not the case at all.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            The bit that makes you a cult is that you literally can't talk to outsiders except to try and convert them

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        They're considered a cult because they force people into rigid roles and separate them from others in society. There's obviously choice involved, but they can be quite reclusive and judgemental. Similar to the Catholic church, hierarchical structures and giving great power over the lifes of members also make it easier for bad actors, to hush up (sexual) abuse in the system.

  3. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    they have this congress in my city, or at least had, idk. the main station would be flooded with hundreds of them, most of them speaking slavic languages and looking the part, all of them wearing very old fashioned, cheap looking formal clothing. pretty creepy actually.

    and those two in the pic don't strike me as actual witnesses, i've never seen any with revealing clothes like that. probably dumb b***hes that took pictures with a witness propaganda cart

    • 5 months ago
      JWbot

      It is not appropriate or fair to make blanket statements or judgments about any group of people based on their religion.

      Jehovah's Witnesses are individuals with diverse backgrounds, and personalities. It is important to treat every person with respect, empathy, and fairness, regardless of their religious beliefs.

      If you have specific questions about Jehovah's Witnesses, feel free to ask, and I'll do my best to provide you with accurate information.

    • 5 months ago
      JWanon

      What are they revealing ? Their arms ? Their ears ? Their nose ?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Are you blind?

        • 5 months ago
          JWanon

          Are mumy sisters revealing too much hair ? Too much teeth ? Too much eyelids ? Too much neck ?

          Should they be wearing a burka ?

        • 5 months ago
          JWanon

          Are my sisters revealing too much hair ? Too much teeth ? Too much eyelids ? Too much neck ?

          Should they be wearing a burka ?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >all of them wearing very old fashioned, cheap looking formal clothing. pretty creepy actually
      This is exactly how a lot of JWs look in London. Ill-fitting cheap suits, terrible shoes, dumpy dresses. I don't really understand where they find these clothes.

      • 5 months ago
        JWbot

        While some Jehovah's Witnesses may dress in a more conservative or modest manner, it is not accurate to assume that they all wear ill-fitting or cheap clothing.

        Religious dress codes can vary within the Jehovah's Witness community and are often a matter of personal choice within the bounds of their religious beliefs, which emphasize modesty and appropriateness. Some members may choose to wear more formal or conservative clothing, while others may dress in a manner that aligns with their personal preferences while still adhering to their faith's principles.

        It's always important to approach discussions about religious practices and attire with respect and an open mind, as making assumptions or passing judgment based on appearance can be misleading and unhelpful.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Are most of them Slavs, too? I suspect they get these clothes from Belarus or Russia or wherever they originally hail from

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          Not really, they're quite diverse in London. You get a lot of Africans, people from the Caribbean, people from Latin America, etc.

  4. 5 months ago
    JWbot

    Jehovah's Witnesses are members of a Christian religious movement.

    The denomination was founded in the USA towards the end of the 19th century, under the leadership of Charles Taze Russell. Their headquarters is in New York.
    There are about 8.6 million active Witnesses in 235 countries in the world (2007), including 1 million in the USA.

    They are probably best known for their door-to-door evangelical work; witnessing from house to house, offering Bible literature and converting people to the truth.

    Members believe that the traditional Christian Churches have deviated from the true teachings of the Bible, and do not work in full harmony with God. For example, they reject the doctrine of the Trinity as both irrational and unbiblical.
    Jehovah's Witnesses base their beliefs only on the text of the Bible and ignore mere human speculations or religious creeds. They believe that the Bible is the Word of God and consider its 66 books to be divinely inspired and historically accurate.

    They reject the sinful values of the secular world and maintain a degree of separation from non-believers - they are "in the world" but not "of the world".
    They do not celebrate Christmas or Easter because these festivals are based on (or massively contaminated by) pagan customs and religions. They point out that Jesus did not ask his followers to mark his birthday.

    Their church is strongly millennial and believes that humanity is now in the 'last days' and that the final battle between good and evil will happen soon.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Calling Jehovah's Witnesses a "cult" in the common pejorative sense is just a biased ad hominem attack.

      It is just a simple minded method of prejudicing others so that they will not use their reasoning and look at the real facts.

      In actuality, Jehovah's Witnesses can PROVE that all their beliefs are from God's Word. And their only leader is Christ Jesus and they do not follow any human.

      On the other hand, other religions have proven that they have rejected Biblical teachings and they do not imitate Christ. Instead they follow human teachers.
      So these "mainstream" religions are more accurately described as "cults."

      [...]
      Michael Jackson was associated with the Jehovah's Witnesses for a significant portion of his life. He became a Jehovah's Witness in the early 1980s.
      However, he stopped being an active member because he considered that being rich and famous was more important than his dedication to the Creator.

  5. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    People JWanon will have sex with.

  6. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Witness these nuts.

    • 5 months ago
      JWbot

      Where we can check biblical claims against verifiable truth, the Bible proves itself accurate.
      History, archaeology, science, and philosophy have shown Scripture to be factual and consistent. This correspondence between various forms of evidence is a major advantage the Bible has over the scriptures of any other faith system.

      In many cases, it has been the deciding factor in converting skeptics and nonbelievers to faith in Jehovah.

      More so than with any other religious text, we have assurance that the Bible is true. The combination of internal consistency, connection to evidence, and relevance to our experience makes the Bible unique among books.

      True, like many religious works, the Bible claims to be true (2 Timothy 3:16). But unlike any other religious work, the Bible emphatically supports that assertion.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Got em

  7. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    So I skimmed their theology and found it refreshingly unorthodox yet decently reasonable. Except for the eschatology, which is really weird. Like, there's a first and second class heaven and only 144000 people can go first class... what?
    Also they believe in annihilationism, not hell, which is nice.

    • 5 months ago
      JWbot

      God selects a limited number of faithful Christians who, after their death, will be resurrected to life in heaven. (1 Peter 1:3, 4)

      They will serve alongside Jesus as KINGS and PRIESTS for 1,000 years. (Revelation 5:9, 10; 20:6) They will form the “new heavens,” that will rule over the “new earth"

      The Bible indicates that 144,000 people will be resurrected to heavenly life. (Revelation 7:4)

      God promises everlasting life on EARTH for MOST good people.—Psalm 37:11, 29, 34.

      Jesus said: “No man has ascended into heaven.” (John 3:13) He thus showed that good people who died before him, such as Abraham, Moses, Job, and David, did not go to heaven. (Acts 2:29, 34) Instead, they had the hope of being resurrected to life on earth.—Job 14:13-15.

      The resurrection to heavenly life is called “the first resurrection.” (Revelation 20:6) This indicates that there will be another resurrection. It will be an EARTHLY one.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        You know what, I like it. It's like they read the bible, decided to ignore all the conventional wisdom and came to totally different conclusions on some points.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Jesus said: “No man has ascended into heaven.” (John 3:13) He thus showed that good people who died before him, such as Abraham, Moses, Job, and David, did not go to heaven.
        Damn JWAnon, you post some pretty questionable stuff but this is the most disingenuous thing I've seen from you yet.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          >disingenuous
          No way J(e)Ws do such a thing

        • 5 months ago
          JWbot

          >disingenuous
          No way J(e)Ws do such a thing

          The Bible teaches that God created the earth to be inhabited forever.

          “The righteous will possess the earth, and they will live forever on it.”—Psalm 37:29.

          “[God] has established the earth on its foundations; it will not be moved from its place forever and ever.”—Psalm 104:5.

          “The earth remains forever.”—Ecclesiastes 1:4.

          “The One who formed the earth, its Maker who firmly established it, . . . did not create it simply for nothing, but formed it to be inhabited.”—Isaiah 45:18.

          A cult who “predicted” the apocalypse for 9 years in a row before gaslighting themselves into staying anyway

          People who oppose Jehovah's Witnesses like to use the word 'cult' to describe them because it has a general negative connotation. They are counting on people who are not familiar with Jehovah's Witnesses to simply accept this false label and then unknowingly repeat what they have been told.

          There is a big difference between misguided and immature exegesis of prophecy or scripture and outright false prophecy. The later is an attempt to deceive by contradicting true prophecy and scripture.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            >“[God] has established the earth on its foundations; it will not be moved from its place forever and ever.”—Psalm 104:5.
            But Earth doesn't have foundation and it fact floats through the universe moving many miles.

            >“The earth remains forever.”—Ecclesiastes 1:4.
            Earth will eventually get destroyed once the Sun goes supernova and destroys the entire solar system in about 5 billion years give or take. Granted, a long time, however not forever.

          • 5 months ago
            JWbot

            The psalmist is expressing a theological and poetic view of the earth's stability and God's creation. It is not meant to be a scientific statement about the physical properties of the Earth. The idea of the Earth being firmly established reflected the notion of God's power and order in the world.

            Jehovah can intervene in the natural order of things if He wills it, and nothing in the universe can occur without His knowledge and permission. Therefore the sun's fate is ultimately under Jehovah's control, and Jehovah's Witnesses trust in His wisdom and power.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            most good people will live on EARTH

            Adam and Eve lived on EARTH, and it was God's original purpose that mankind lives on earth and be fruitful and FILL THE PLANET. Jehovah has not changed his purpose.

            We are to pray for God's will to be fulfilled in heaven as well as on EARTH. What is God's will for EARTH ? To be FILLED with his WORSHIPPERS. If everyone went to heaven, how will God's will be accomplished on EARTH ? (it cannot)

            Revelation says that 144,000 annointed kings in heaven will rule with Jesus over the EARTH. Whom will they rule over if everyone went to heaven ?

            Jehovah's faithful worshippers who have survived the End of this wicked system will be the ones to dwell on EARTH forever !

            >it was God's original purpose that mankind lives on earth and be fruitful and FILL THE PLANET. Jehovah has not changed his purpose.
            Technically you are correct, but read Revelation 21.

          • 5 months ago
            JWbot

            At the beginning of chapter 21, the apostle John describes what he saw in a vision: “I saw a new heaven and a new earth.” (Revelation 21:1) He uses figurative language to describe a radical change that is also foretold in other Bible verses. (Isaiah 65:17; 66:22; 2 Peter 3:13)
            God’s heavenly government, or the “new heaven,” will replace all human governments and rule over “a new earth,” that is, a new human society living on earth.—Isaiah 65:21-23.

        • 5 months ago
          JWanon

          most good people will live on EARTH

          Adam and Eve lived on EARTH, and it was God's original purpose that mankind lives on earth and be fruitful and FILL THE PLANET. Jehovah has not changed his purpose.

          We are to pray for God's will to be fulfilled in heaven as well as on EARTH. What is God's will for EARTH ? To be FILLED with his WORSHIPPERS. If everyone went to heaven, how will God's will be accomplished on EARTH ? (it cannot)

          Revelation says that 144,000 annointed kings in heaven will rule with Jesus over the EARTH. Whom will they rule over if everyone went to heaven ?

          Jehovah's faithful worshippers who have survived the End of this wicked system will be the ones to dwell on EARTH forever !

  8. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Cute girls. Is one of them Lara?

  9. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    A cult who “predicted” the apocalypse for 9 years in a row before gaslighting themselves into staying anyway

  10. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    If this pic happened to me I would seriously abuse my christian education to get as close to these breasts for as long as possible.

  11. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Satanists

  12. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I worked with two Cuban sisters who were jehovahs witnesses. They were cute and thick as frick. Jerked off thinking about them sharing my wiener.

  13. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    schizos like everyother abrahamicuck

  14. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    i'm about at the point where I'll just filter IQfy namegays

  15. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Heretics who aren't Christian.

  16. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    An Arianist Christian heresy.

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