The 144,000 vs The Great Crowd 1914 Debunked once and for all! (4 part series) Abridging the Christian Greek Scriptures Answers vs. Good Answers The “Anti-Christ” Revealed! Armageddon: How Likely Is It? Bible Prophecy: The Jesus Years (5 part series) The Case FOR the Watchtower Being a Prophet Contest: Rename this Religion! Critiquing Jesus’ Words… Continue reading Complete List of Articles
A Curious Fact Here is a curious fact: The name “Jehovah” appears thousands of times in the Hebrew Scriptures (aka “The Old Testament”), but not once in the Christian Greek Scriptures (aka “The New Testament”). Why, do you suppose, that is? The Watchtower has its theory, and I have mine. First, the Watchtower’s explanation: One… Continue reading Jehovah: the God for Christians?
A Visit to the Kingdom of J In a remote Pacific Island lies the kingdom of J. King J is believed, by the islanders, to be a god: infallible, never-changing, and supremely good. So holy is the king, that no man may look upon him, or hear his voice. His laws and messages to his… Continue reading Infallibility: Required for “God’s Channel”?
The above video should bring a smile to your face. In my case it left me as follows: Here is a link to the complete annotated lyrics, with links to Watchtower’s own publications (mostly on their own sites), proving that every line and image in the video is justified: https://www.watchtowerhelp.club/sgb.html Enjoy!
Please watch Anthony Morris’ final talk at the 2021 Annual Meeting: “Keep on the Watch,” as presented on Lloyd Evan’s channel: Please watch at least through 8:15 (though Lloyd’s additional comments are definitely worth a listen as well — as are the comments on YouTube. My comments below are an addendum to the excellent points… Continue reading The Governing Body Laughs at Gullibility of Jehovah’s Witnesses
For nearly 2,000 years folks have been wondering who the “antichrist” is that is mentioned in the Bible. It has been a great mystery, but with the help of the Watchtower I think we can solve this mystery right here and now! …the antichrist is not an individual, but a collective term. People or organizations… Continue reading The “Anti-Christ” Revealed!
The Watchtower Teaching Unlike the Signorelli painting above, the Watchtower describes the earthly resurrection as the injecting of a dead person’s memories and personality into a newly created body. They teach that the vast majority of humankind will be resurrected to life on earth: both the “righteous and the unrighteous.” This includes “billions of ‘unrighteous’… Continue reading Resurrection! Part 1: Earthly
Part 1 described the Watchtower’s teaching on the earthly resurrection. It also gave some thought to whether the resurrected individual could possibly be the same person who died. In part 2 we are going to discuss the resurrection of the “righteous and the unrighteous.” Especially the latter. Resurrection of the “Unrighteous” According to the Watchtower,… Continue reading Resurrection! Part 2: The Unrighteous
Jehovah is the final Judge. (Acts 10:42) He will never resurrect those whom he judges to be wicked and unwilling to change. What Does the Bible Really Teach? (WBTS, 2016 printing) p.74, parg. 20 Judgment! According to the Watchtower doctrine, stated above, Jehovah has judged some people as unchangeably wicked during their lifetime. He won’t… Continue reading Resurrection! Part 3: Judgments
Identity Crisis Those resurrected to heavenly life (the 144,000 “anointed ones”) share the same identity problem as those who are expecting an earthly resurrection. Since, in Watchtower theology, nothing survives death, Jehovah is only left with his memory of the individual’s “memories and personality,” which he must recreate in a new body. In this case… Continue reading Resurrection! Part 4: Heavenly