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La Paz, Baja California Sur- A partir de 2016, los Testigos de Jehová iniciaron las pláticas bíblicas y la distribución de folletos en la calle, debido a que, según ellos, cada día está más cerca “el fin del sistema”.

“Buenas tardes”, dice un señor de edad avanzada a dos religiosas, que con sus vestidos largos ahora imparten clases bíblicas en el centro y afuera de hospitales. “Adelante, tome uno, es gratis”, responde la religiosa, invitando a tomar folletos sobre cómo leer la Biblia u otros que informan cuáles son las ‘Buenas Noticias por parte de Dios’.

Ellas explican, tras insistir en no ser identificadas por no estar autorizadas a hablar con la prensa, que esta nueva modalidad de evangelización ya había iniciado en otras partes del mundo desde hace tiempo.

Permanecen frente al hospital general de zona del Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social (IMSS) y en las cercanías del hospital general Juan María de Salvatierra hasta por dos horas, por las mañanas y por las tardes.

No obedece, como algunos medios publicaron el año pasado, a que se haya aprobado una ley que obligue a los Testigos de Jehová a no visitar las casas.

Inclusive, El Informante Baja California Sur fue testigo, este sábado, de que las visitas domiciliarias continúan, sobre todo por las mañanas, y que el mensaje es el mismo: “Se acerca el fin del sistema”.

Ellos afirman que este fin no es el apocalipsis, sino el fin del sistema de gobierno. “Tras seis mil años de historia, ya no queda ninguna duda: los líderes humanos no han sido capaces de eliminar las injusticias, los delitos, las guerras ni las enfermedades”, indican.

“Pero si dejamos que Dios nos gobierne, obtendremos beneficios, Pronto, Jehová eliminará los gobiernos humanos”, auguran.

Según ellos, Dios ha tolerado el sufrimiento “para demostrar que ningún gobierno que no tenga su apoyo puede beneficiar a la humanidad”, sostienen, mientras citan pasajes de la Biblia.

Este tipo de evangelización suele sorprender a ciudadanos, afirman. “Si nos han llegado a tomar fotos” y les han preguntado sobre qué están haciendo, dicen a este reportero. Se les invita a tomar un folleto, que es gratuito, y se les invita a las reuniones semanales, agregan.

El Informante Baja California Sur buscó conocer mayores detalles sobre dicha forma de evangelizar, pero las llamadas a su oficina de prensa en la Ciudad de México no fueron respondidas este sábado.

A la par de la noticia sobre la supuesta ley que les prohibiría visitar domicilios, los Testigos de Jehová también fueron blanco de más de las llamadas “noticias falsas”: fueron acusados de haber destruido un templo otomí en Hidalgo, lo cual fue desmentido por el Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH).

En México hay 1.5 millones de Testigos de Jehová, según datos del Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Geografía e Informática (Inegi). A nivel mundial, el grupo tiene 8.6 millones de miembros activos en 119,000 congregaciones, aunque a sus reuniones asistieron el año pasado unos 20 millones de personas, según el sitio de prensa de la organización.


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