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  1. Most anti-Jehovah's Witness writers who falsely accuse the Watchtower Society of being a "false prophet" use a study article for Jehovah's Witnesses found in the April 1,1972 Watchtower Magazine as a proof. They choose this because, in spite of the multitudinous evidence to the contrary, it is the only one they can find where it seems to say that Jehovah's Witnesses consider themselves a "prophet." But does the Watchtower Society really claim to be an inspired prophet, receiving information directly (and therefore perfectly) from God? The Watchtower has said:
  2. NOT ASHAMED OF JESUS CHRIST Jehovah's Witnesses very much do believe in Jesus. Jehovah's Witnesses try to follow closely the teachings and behavior of Jesus Christ. (1 Peter 2:21) Jehovah's Witnesses teach that no salvation occurs without Christ (Acts 4:12), that accepting Christ's sacrifice is a requirement for true worship, that every prayer must acknowledge Christ, that Christ is the King of God's Kingdom, that Christ is the head of the Christian congregation, that Christ is immortal and above every creature, even that Christ was the 'master worker' in creating the universe.
  3. How did early Christians and Jews of Bible times view birthday celebrations? (Please note that these sayings below are not from Jehovah's witnesses.) "The notion of a birthday festival was far from the ideas of the Christians of this period in general."—The History of the Christian Religion and Church, During the Three First Centuries (New York, 1848), Augustus Neander (translated by Henry John Rose), p. 190 "The later Hebrews looked on the celebration of birthdays as a part of idolatrous worship, a view which would be abundantly confirmed by what they saw of the common o
  4. Most anti-Jehovah's Witness writers who falsely accuse the Watchtower Society of being a "false prophet" use a study article for Jehovah's Witnesses found in the April 1,1972 Watchtower Magazine as a proof. They choose this because, in spite of the multitudinous evidence to the contrary, it is the only one they can find where it seems to say that Jehovah's Witnesses consider themselves a "prophet." But does the Watchtower Society really claim to be an inspired prophet, receiving information directly (and therefore perfectly) from God? The Watchtower has said:
  5. Why Jehovah's Witnesses Celebrate Wedding Anniversaries but not Birthday Anniversaries This is because there are no pagan origins connected to marriage or wedding rings. Marriage was divinely instituted by the "one true God"...Jehovah. (Genesis 2:18-24; Matthew 19:4-6; John 17:3) And unlike the mentioned examples of birthday celebrations, the Bible does not put marriage in a bad light. Jesus himself both attended a marriage celebration and contributed to the pleasure of the occasion.—John 2:1-11.
  6. While there was likely a lot of speculation surrounding 1975 by individuals, no publication ever provided a definitive statement saying that the end would come in 1975. Some articles seemed to say that it was highly possible, though they always qualified it.For example, the 5/01/67 Watchtower says: "...1975 marks the end of 6,000 years of human experience.....Will it be the time when God executes the wicked?....It very well could be, but we will have to wait and see. an article in the Watchtower at the end of 1974 and it was referring to what all Witnesses heard at their conventions that summe
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