“Jehovah’s witnesses are very strongly cultic in both doctrine and behaviour, thus fitting both categories of false doctrine and mind control.
What they will tell you:
Jehovah’s Witnesses are Christians (although this varies – some JWs will not say this).
What they won’t tell you:
They believe that all true Christian churches are of the devil.
They believe Jesus is not God, but is the Archangel Michael – the first being created by God.
They deny that God is a Trinity.
They believe Jesus died on a stake, rather than a cross.
They deny that Jesus rose bodily from the dead.
They believe that ony 144,000 Jehovah’s Witnesses will go to heaven. The rest will live forever in a paradise on Earth, never meeting the person who died for them – Jesus Christ.
They believe that salvation is impossible outside of the Watchtower.
They are not allowed to question the Watchtower leadership or teaching.
They claim you need to read the Watchtower’s magazines and other material in order to understand the Bible correctly. If you don’t read the Watchtower’s books, you will “fall into darkness” – what they call reverting to normal Christianity.
They have falsely predicted the end of the world five times.
They have just changed a major Watchtower prediction that the end of the world would come before the generation of Witnesses born before 1914 died.”
Dear Reader, if you are presently a member of the Jehovah’s Witnesses, or if you have been influenced by JW’s knocking on your door, and giving you a Watchtower publication to read, please…begin to study the Word of God, especially the gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, and compare the teachings of Jesus Christ compared to the false claims in the Watchtower and other JW publications. Then pray, seeking God’s face for the Truth. Jesus warned us to not be deceived, and we don’t have to be. The truth is in the Word of God, the Bible.
May Jesus bless you with grace and truth,