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Jehovah's Witnesses philosophy presentation.!(:
Transcript of Jehovah's Witnesses philosophy presentation.!(:
The Truth About Jehovah's Witnesses What do they believe about God? Jehovah's Witnesses believe that God is the Christian God, but they don't believe the trinity.
if they don't believe the Trinity, then do they believe in Jesus? Jehovah's Witnesses do believe in Jesus, but interestingly, they think that Jesus is the same as Michael, the archangel becuase when Michael leaves, Jesus is born. Also, when Jesus died, Michael got a new "body". Do they still believe that you are saved by grace? Or do they mainly believe in salvation by works? Jehovah's Witness Bibles are printed with the word "grace" replaced by "undeserved kindness". Their Bible does say that they are saved by "undeserved kindness", but they do greatly emphasize that good works are important. Then according to them, do we go to heaven? According to the Jehovah's Witnesses, there is only room in heaven for 144,000 people. Some of them don't even have children for fear that they won't make it! But they don't believe in hell. If they don't believe in Hell, do they believe in Satan? They do believe in Satan, but they believe that he 'made up' hell to turn people from God. After the 1,000 years of God's kingdom, Satan and his human followers will be released, and will be defeated by God in the end. They do believe though, that unbelievers go to the "common grave of mankind", and they aren't concious while there, and they basically dissapear after death. Why don't Jehovah's Witnesses celebrate holidays or birthdays? Jehovah's witnesses don't celebrate holidays because they are "pagan" holidays. They don't celebrate Christmas, because Jesus never says in the Bible to remember his birth, but rather his death. Also, early Christians didn't celebrate birthdays, that comes from other false religions. Do they have weddings? Or is that considered a holiday? Actually, weddings are Jehovah's Witnesses biggest celebrations. They do tend to keep them modest so that the focus is on marraige rather than the wedding though. Can they go to other people's weddings? They can't go to weddings of other religions, however, people of other religious beliefs are encouraged to come to a Jehovah's Witness' wedding, because it is a way of exposing them to their church.