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  1. When he had come into the region of Caes·a·reʹa Phi·lipʹpi, Jesus asked his disciples: “Who are men saying the Son of man is?”+14 They said: “Some say John the Baptist,+ others E·liʹjah,+ and still others Jeremiah or one of the prophets.” 15 He said to them: “You, though, who do you say I am?”16 Simon Peter answered: “You are the Christ,+ the Son of the living God.”+ 17 In response Jesus said to him: “Happy you are, Simon son of Joʹnah, because flesh and blood did not reveal it to you, but my Father in the heavens did. —Matthew 16:13-17
  2. You stated, " Acts 15:28,29. A blood transfusion uses blood for the same purpose that God intended, (as a life-giving agent in the bloodstream). Drinking blood is not God’s intended purpose forblood." I am about to quote Hannah J Paul from Yahoo Answers! to show you how Acts 15:28, 29 shows why blood transfusions are unbiblical. She states: This question was just asked and answered. Why ask it again? I’ll answer again as hopefully, will others. Humans want to live; life is a wondrous thing and barring very extreme circumstances (agonizing pain or deep depression), we want to h
  3. QUESTION: Since blood is not taken in as food to digest, but as life sustaining fluid, is it not clear that transfusion is different from eating? Of course it is not the same thing as eating. Never once does the WT say that it is. Normally verses like that are quoted for the purpose of showing the sanctity of blood.
  4. I will just address the whole "prophet" part. Since typing in my phone is such a nuicance (I don't have a computer), I will just copy a post from the blog: aservantofjehovah.blogspot.com This post states: Suppose I had access to everything you had done or said since you were a little child, stored on a computer. It would be a simple matter for me to pick out a hundred or two hundred of the worst things you’d said and done over the course of your life, to write them up in a list with dates, times and places and then to proclaim, in the same way as a correspondent did in one of his em
  5. I didn't write this. This is taken from
      Hello guest!
    Suppose I had access to everything you had done or said since you were a little child, stored on a computer. It would be a simple matter for me to pick out a hundred or two hundred of the worst things you’d said and done over the course of your life, to write t
  6. Hello people. I commend whomever wrote this, bevaue it looks like he has much zeal for his belief in the Trinity. I did not write this blog, but I think it will help. Please visit
      Hello guest!
    This contains explanations why these verses and more don't support the Trinity like he would like you to believe. I highly
  7. I will just address the whole "prophet" part. Since typing in my phone is such a nuicance (I don't have a computer), I will just copy a post from the blog: aservantofjehovah.blogspot.com This post states: Suppose I had access to everything you had done or said since you were a little child, stored on a computer. It would be a simple matter for me to pick out a hundred or two hundred of the worst things you’d said and done over the course of your life, to write them up in a list with dates, times and places and then to proclaim, in the same way as a correspondent did in one of his em
  8. QUESTION: Why does the WT keep changing its mind on medical issues? I cannot say with 100% surity, but it is just based on their research at the time. For example at first I believed that Jesus' new name had to be Jehovah, then I though it had to do with Isaiah 9:6, then I went back to Jehovah, then I finally came to the conclusion that no one knew his name (I just overly simplified this whole subject). I can see why one would change their view. It depends on what the people have seen in their research. It some times takes the viewpoints and evidence from many people to come up with a gre
  9. QUESTION: How long before the WT changes its view on blood transfusions? I don't see this view as changing. I do know that the WT has changed its views of things like vaccines, but that's because based on a study of scripture they realized there mistakes. Yes some times they go back and forth, but I think that many people change their views back and forth when it is a difficult topic. I think that perhaps the incorrect views about vaccines and organ transplant was due to not knowing all the facts. They aren't inspired prophets, you know?
  10. QUESTION: Would you really allow your baby to die because of this WT instruction? No. For one I do not see a situation where a baby would need a blood transfusion. Also, I do nothing because the WT says so. I look for myself and question everything they publish. I am in agreement with about 95% of things published. Normally my disagreements are eventually gibe, because the "official" understanding went under revision. I see it that a belief must be taught in the Bible for me to follow it.
  11. I think this guy (he isn't a witness) explains it well. See him here:
  12. w08 7/15, p. 28 "To 'test whether we are in the faith,' we have to measure our conduct in the light of what we learn from the Bible. To 'prove what we ourselves are,' we have to evaluate the level of our spirituality, including the sharpness of our "perceptive powers" and the extent of our works of faith. (Heb. 5:14; Jas. 1:22-25) By applying Paul's sound advice, we can keep on walking in the way of the truth." I think this Watchtower (based on the Bible) perfectly answers your questions.
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