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In the advertisement for the Warwick tour it lists 3 exhibits. One is an exhibit of Bibles. The second deals with history of the organization. The third praises the wonderful acts of the Governing Body (capitals theirs). No Jesus exhibit. No exhibit of Christian charity.

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Slightly more balanced tour description on jw.org:


Self-Guided Exhibits

  1. The Bible and the Divine Name. This exhibit features rare Bibles and highlights how God’s name has been preserved in the Scriptures despite efforts to remove it. The exhibit also includes a rotational gallery, which features additional rare Bibles and Bible-related artifacts.

  2. A People for Jehovah’s Name. This exhibit provides a visual history of the spiritual heritage of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Artifacts, graphics, and first-person accounts show how Jehovah has progressively guided, taught, and organized his people to do his will.

  3. World Headquarters—Faith in Action. This interactive exhibit explains the work of the Governing Body committees and how they help Jehovah’s Witnesses to follow the Scriptural directives to meet together, to make disciples, to take in spiritual food, and to show love toward one another.

Guided Tour

This 20-minute tour highlights sections of the Offices/Services Building and the Warwick grounds.

Jesus Exhibit?  John 21:25

Christian charity exhibit?  Matt.6:3-4

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