Was Matthew 24:14 given to us as a means to measure how close we are to the return of Jesus? Does it speak of a worldwide preaching work to warn all humanity of their looming doom and eternal destruction? Witnesses believe they alone have this commission and that their preaching work is life saving? Is that the case, or are they actually working against God’s purpose. This video will endeavour to answer those questions.
According to archeological evidence and Bible chronology, some of the pyramids existed before the Flood of Noah, yet they show no evidence of water damages. Does this prove there could not have been a biblical flood?
After leaving the religion of Jehovah’s Witnesses, many lose their faith in the existence of God. It seems that these ones had faith not in Jehovah but in the organization, and with that gone, so was their faith. These often turn to evolution which is built on the premise that all things evolved by random chance. Is there proof of this, or can it be disproved scientifically? Likewise, can the existence of God be proven by science, or is it just a matter of blind faith? This video will attempt to answer these questions.
“For God “subjected all things under his feet.” But when he says that ‘all things have been subjected,’ it is evident that this does not include the One who subjected all things to him.” (1Co 15:27)
There is a key problem with Jehovah’s Witnesses that transcends all the other sins the organization is guilty of. Identifying this issue will help us to understand what is really the problem with JW.org and whether there’s any hope of fixing it.
A Elder of over 40 years in Britain relates his story of being found by Christ.
When we awake to the reality of JW.org doctrine and conduct, we are faced with serious problem, because we have been taught that salvation depends on our affiliation with the Organization. Without it, we ask: “Where else can I go?”
While we may look back on much of our time spent serving the Organization of Jehovah’s Witnesses with regret of misspent years, there is ample reason to look at those years in a positive light.
How can we deal with the emotional trauma we experience when awakening from the indoctrination of JW.org? What’s it all about? Can we distill everything down to a simple, revealing truth?
In this new series, we will answer the question asked by all those who awaken from the false teachings of JW.org: “Where do I go from here?”
In the August, 2018 Broadcast on JW.org, Governing Body member, Stephen Lett, utilizes a questionable rendering of Ephesians 4:8 to promote the idea that we should obey the elders submissively and without question. Is this a Scriptural view?
Is the Cry of Peace and Security a final sign before the end, or have Witnesses gotten this wrong? There is real danger in not understanding the true meaning of Paul’s words.
Joining a non-neutral entity, like a political party, results in automatic disassociation from the congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Have Jehovah’s Witnesses maintained strict neutrality? The answer will shock many faithful Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Having shown in our last episode that the Other Sheep doctrine of Jehovah’s Witnesses is unscriptural, it seems approrpiate to pause in our examination of the teachings of JW.org to address the real Bible hope of salvation–the real Good News–as it pertains to Christians.
An Analysis of the 2018 Position Paper on Handing Child Sexual Abuse within the community of Jehovah’s Witnesses.
This video, podcast and article explore the unique JW teaching of the Other Sheep. This doctrine, more than any other, affects the salvation hope of millions. But is it true, or a fabrication of one man, who 80 years ago, decided to create a two-class, two-hope system of Christianity? This is the question that affects all of us and which we will answer now.
You have to accept over 20 assumptions to believe in 1914 as the start of Christ’s invisible presence. One failed assumption and the doctrine comes crashing down.
What role do the Children of God play in the salvation of Mankind? What is the “one-chance doctrine” of salvation and why is it taught so extensively? Does God truly give every human an equal opportunity to be saved?