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“Jehovah’s Day or the Lord’s Day, Which?”

(Luke 17:20-37) You may be wondering, why raise such a question? After all, 2 Peter 3:10-12 (NWT) clearly says the following: “Yet Jehovah’s day will come as a thief, in which the heavens will pass away with a hissing noise, but the elements being intensely hot will...

Theology Unique to Jehovah’s Witnesses: The Ministry Method, Part 2

In Part 1, we considered the interpretation of Acts 5:42 and 20:20 and meaning of the term “house to house” and concluded: How JWs come to the interpretation of “house to house” from the Bible and that the statements made by the Organization could not be justified...

Theology Unique to Jehovah’s Witnesses: The Ministry Method, Part 1

On many occasions, when discussing some new or existing scriptural point with a Jehovah’s Witness (JW), they might concede that it cannot be established from the Bible or that it does not make sense scripturally. The expectation is that the JW in question might...

Bias, Poor Translation, or Better Insight?

One of our readers sent me an e-mail recently asking an interesting question: Hello, I am interested in a discussion on Acts 11:13-14 where Peter is recounting the events of his meeting with Cornelius. In verse 13b & 14 Peter is quoting the angel's words to...

Does the NWT Live Up to Its Own Standards?

[This article is contributed by Apollos and Alex Rover] The Watchtower acknowledges that it’s very important to not insert human opinions nor hide the thought of original writings. Literalness. Unlike paraphrased translations, the New World Translation renders words...

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