An Analysis Of The Jehovah’s Witnesses’ Religion
When the name of Jehovah’s witness arises, most of the public of
dressed in suits and nice clothes, arrive at your door and offer a sampling of
services that the congregation provides.
Upon arriving at the building Kingdom hall of Jehova’s Witnesses,
the outside nor a steeple. Arriving about a half an hour early we were greeted
started to pile into the building. Slowly conversations between members and
nonmembers, including myself. After about twenty minutes, the talking reseeded
and people started to seat themselves. The inside of the room was well lit up
of each chair. Amazingly though there was no cross and no altar. First the
service started with singing, as any ordinary church would. We sung out of a
After the singing there was a guest speaker from Bagley, Minnesota.
lasted about three fourths of an hour. Afterwards the priest came to the
The article had to deal with what is paramount in our lives. The
discussion lasted for another hour and a fifteen minutes, with questions at the
end of each paragraph. The different thing about the questions was that people
heard. After the bible discussion was over with, the service was ended in
another song from the song book.
The priest supplied me with the Watch Tower magazine that was discussed
Some of the beliefs of the church are most like that of most Christian religions
with the exceptions that they do not regard the cross as highly as most
Christians do. The Jehovah’s Witness religion believes more in the guidelines
of the Bible.
One of the elder members of the Church was happy to answer some
a wide unreal smile. The members of the church were extremely friendly. However,
as I talked with him, I realized that they were not entirely tolerant to the
beliefs of others.
stand on similar ground along with other Christian religions. They do not
of the bible as in Corinthians 1:8 and 1:9 so gay rights seems a mockery to the
Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that Christ/Jesus was the first divine
creation of Jehovah/God and that he died on a torcher stake as ransom for the
stake was unnerving.
The church views on other religions outside itself are as the an elder
member said are like misguided sheep. I was slightly disturbed by this slightly
rude and intolerant statement, but i had to respect their beliefs, so I said
Kingdom Hall’s members are concerned about the youth of today. The
youth of today as they see it are relentlessly tempted on a regular basis by
pressure on their beliefs than adults.
Jehovah’s Witnesses believe in most all of the bibles of today, but
versions. But as for the newer bibles such as the new testament, or the man’s
Bible, or the woman’s bible, they consider these versions a misguided
representation of the bible.
As I see the Jehovah’s witnesses religion, as friendly as they were, was
as closed minded as most other Christian religions. It had the same feel and
atmosphere of A Christian religion, but it did not have the same beauty of a
church, more like a seminar. As I went through the service, I learned that a
Jehovah’s Witness is not that different in their lives or in their beliefs. I
find it hard to see why other faiths see the religion as straying from the
Christian faith, when they follow the guidelines of the Bible itself. The
bridged, but even with knowledge gained, sometimes acceptance of that knowledge
religions that accept other faiths, religions that teach tolerance, maybe the
religion is not at fault, maybe it is the people’s basic stubbornness. From
what I have seen religion today is like a cola you drink, a type of pizza you
I have seen, a small percentage of a religions people do not follow it’s way
outside of their place of worship, and outside of their homes.