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7 edition of The facts on Jehovah"s Witnesses found in the catalog.

The facts on Jehovah"s Witnesses

by John Ankerberg

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Published by Harvest House Publishers in Eugene, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jehovah"s Witnesses -- Controversial literature,
  • Apologetics

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn Ankerberg and John Weldon.
    GenreControversial literature.
    SeriesFacts on series
    ContributionsWeldon, John.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX8526.5 .A55 2003
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 p. ;
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3555275M
    ISBN 100736911081
    LC Control Number2002010634
    OCLC/WorldCa50166772

      C. Russell used the symbol of the sungod Ra on the covers of his books. Jehovah’s Witnesses Proclaimers of God’s Kingdom, , pg 88, Has a picture the books “The Finished Mystery” and “ Pastor Russell’s Sermons” with the symbol on it.(See scanned copy of "The Divine Plan of The Ages" and "The Finished Mystery" with the sungod Ra.   Updated at p.m. ET on April 5, In March , the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, the nonprofit organization that oversees the Jehovah’s Witnesses, sent a Author: Douglas Quenqua.

    all the sections titled “What Jehovah’s Witnesses believe.” • The original Scripture Index has been replaced with one using the page numbers of this revision, rather . !e Jehovah’s Witnesses (JW) have a centralized leadership, with the congregations closely directed from the headquarters in New York City.!e Jehovah’s Witnesses are very aggressive in promoting their beliefs, with churches and missionaries throughout the world. To witness for the organization is considered a necessary.

    Jehovah's Witnesses deny the physical resurrection of Jesus from the dead. This is another radical departure from historic Christian teaching. The Watchtower Society maintains that the Lord's resurrection was purely spiritual and only appeared as physical. "Jehovah God did not leave his Son dead in the grave, but raised him to life on the third.   Jehovah’s Witnesses state that God’s true name is “Jehovah.” They say the term “God,” is merely a title, and that the real name for God is “Jehovah.” In fact they go so far as to say that unless one calls on the true name of God, “Jehovah,” one cannot be saved.(7).


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The facts on Jehovah"s Witnesses by John Ankerberg Download PDF EPUB FB2

John Ankerberg, John Weldon, and Dillon Burroughs team up to revise and update The Facts on Jehovah's Witnesses, part of the popular Facts On Series (more than million copies of books from this series sold).

Known for their extensive research and Bible knowledge, these authors offer readers the essential facts they need to evaluate and discuss today's issues regarding the Jehovah's Witnesses 4/5(22). Jehovah’s Witnesses are Christians.

Jehovah’s Witnesses are creationists. Jehovah’s Witnesses do not believe in doctors. Jehovah’s Witnesses accept the entire Bible. Jehovah’s Witnesses use only their own Bible translation. Jehovah’s Witnesses changed their Bible to fit their beliefs.

Jehovah’s Witnesses shun community involvement. In their book The Facts on Jehovah’s Witnesses, John Ankerberg, John Weldon, and Dillion Burroughs set out to disprove claims made by the Watchtower Society, the leading body of all Jehovah’s : Harvest House Publishers.

The Facts on Jehovah's Witnesses gives thoroughly researched and documented answers to these and many other questions about this massive religious organization. Search Articles & More. Jehovah's Witnesses adhere to Russell's teachings on Hell and the Trinity and emphasize the immanent End Times, clean and moral living, the equality of all races, and adherence to the teachings of the Bible.

They reject blood transfusions because of the New Testament command to "abstain from blood" and do not vote or serve in the nts: million. home > interesting topics > publications. Historical Watchtower Publications Recent publications appear on the Watchtower's official site at. The most comprehensive site to download historical publications is Watchtower publications have also been scanned and made available on the "Internet Archive" at The Jehovah’s Witnesses are active in over countries and are the fastest growing religion in the former USSR.

Claiming that people must “come to Jehovah’s organization for salvation,” The facts on Jehovahs Witnesses book Tower Society places great pressure on Jehovah’s Witnesses to perform according to their guidelines.

"Jehovah's Witnesses have the lowest retention rate of any religious tradition. Only 37% of all those who say they were raised as Jehovah's Witnesses still identify themselves as Jehovah's Witnesses." ( 8 Mar ) This continued to be the case inas shown in the graph from Religious Switching and Intermarriage.

Jehovah's Witnesses Sacred Texts. Texts are central to the Jehovah's Witnesses, as can be clearly seen in the name of their governing organization (Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York) and their designation of members as "publishers.".

In addition to living a righteous life and honoring God, one of the main tasks. The more recent publications are used by Jehovah’s Witnesses for their ministry and for their own personal study to understand Jehovah’s Witnesses’ doctrine.

The publications of Jehovah’s Witnesses are organized into the year that the works were published, and in descending order. Simply click on a link to view or download a publication.

Note 1: Although some books look like duplicates, they are not. Overview. John Ankerberg, John Weldon, and Dillon Burroughs team up to revise and update The Facts on Jehovah's Witnesses, part of the popular Facts On Series (more than million copies of books from this series sold).

Known for their extensive research and Bible knowledge, these authors offer readers the essential facts they need 5/5(1). Jehovah's Witnesses focus on God the Father, so their name is taken from the Tetragrammaton, written as YHWH or JHVH and articulated either as Yahweh or Jehovah.

The group was originally called the Watch Tower Society because founder Charles Taze Russell published a magazine called Zion's Watch Tower and Herald of Christ 's : Veronica Neffinger. The world headquarters of Jehovah’s Witnesses is closely monitoring the outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease (known as COVID).

We know from Bible prophecy that pestilence is a notable feature of the last days. The Watchtower Society prints over 15 million copies of its magazines every week into languages, and has over 5 million active Jehovah's Witnesses ("publishers") spreading its doctrines in countries.

What follows are some essential facts everyone should know about the history and beliefs of the Jehovah's Witnesses. Jehovah's Witnesses believe death is a state of non-existence with no consciousness.

There is no Hell of fiery torment; Hades and Sheol are understood to refer to the condition of death, termed the common grave. Jehovah's Witnesses consider the soul to be a life or a living body that can fication: Restorationist.

In their book The Facts on Jehovah s Witnesses, John Ankerberg, John Weldon, and Dillion Burroughs set out to disprove claims made by the Watchtower Society, the leading body of all Jehovah s Witnesses. The book argues that this group denies the deity of Christ, misinterprets the Bible, deceives its members, and falsely claims to be sole Format: Ebook.

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Jehovahs Witnesses | Facts About Their Beliefs. I included this post to bring many of the new visitors “up to speed” with regard to Jehovah’s Witnesses and the facts about their beliefs. If you know little or nothing about the Jehovah’s Witnesses then pull up a chair. Jehovah’s Witness, member of a millennialist denomination that developed within the larger 19th-century Adventist movement in the United States and has since spread worldwide.

The Jehovah’s Witnesses are an outgrowth of the International Bible Students Association, which was founded in in Pittsburgh by Charles Taze Russell. History. The Adventist movement emerged in the s .The Jehovah's Witnesses trace back to the Adventist movement of the 19th century when William Miller, a Baptist preacher, predicted Christ would return and the world would end in From his.

The Jehovah’s Witnesses taught that “Many living today would never die” (Millions campaign ). Rutherford in his book “Children” () said that Armageddon was “months away”. Inthe watchtower taught that 6, years would end and usher in Christ’s Millennial reign.