Jehovah Witnesses Jehovah Witnesses The religion of Jehovah Witnesses dates back to the late 1800’s. A man named Charles Taze Russell created a group called International Bible Students Association in 1872. Charles Taze Russell had a hard time believing what was being taught in the traditional Christianity. He did not believe in bad people going to hell and being tormented for all eternity, nor did he believe that the Father (God), the Son (Jesus) and the Holy Spirit are all in one. Jehovah’s witnesses are more commonly associated with being a cult.
Leaders had risen to power by force, manipulation, consensus, charm, or ability. None had risen from servanthood. This rise to leadership was as alien then as it often is today. “ Jesus Christ, who being in very nature God, did not consider equality with God something to be used to his own advantage; rather, he made himself nothing by taking the very nature of a servant, being made in human likeness” (Philippians 2:6-7, New International Version). Though Jesus had the authority to be God, he became one of us.
They say that God does not exist in an objective and real sense; they do not think he is a real human entity existing in the world. For the Deist, God is the creator of the universe. God really exists but he does not and cannot intervene within the world. And lastly, for the Atheist, there is no God to bring about any kind of miracle. I myself am an Atheist, and therefore in my opinion believe miracles are impossible as all miracles are by, definition impossible if they claim to be the action of a deity.
Other times Jefferson seemed to go out of his way to be irreverent and disrespectful of organized Christianity, especially Calvinism. It's clear that Thomas Jefferson was no evangelical, but neither was he an Enlightenment deist. He was more Unitarian than either deist or Christian. 
People of the Sikh religion have also been senators and government officials for states of the US. Ex: Virginia (2012) and Connecticut (2009). I do not think this religion is involved in our culture much; Sikhism only makes up about .08% of the US. Sikhism isn’t viewed in a bad or good way, it’s kind of an unknown religion by most and you couldn’t directly point at someone and know there a Sikh. With less Sikhs in the US we have less known about them which causes the neither negative nor positive view on them.
Reverend Jerry Falwell even came out publicly about his conversations with Procter and Gambles chairman, “I am certain neither he nor his company is associated in any way with Satanism or devil worship” (Salmans 358). When a Reverend of his stature explains that he does not believe the rumors, people ordinarily will listen. That should have
George Washington, for example, is not known to have taken communion, and one bishop who knew him was confident he was not a believer. Jefferson's scissored-down New Testament is well known. In the realm of what Meacham calls "public religion" the founding fathers thus assiduously avoided any sectarian bias. They strongly protected the right of every citizen to freely exercise "private faith," or no faith at all, as each individual conscience saw fit. Such was the paradox between political liberty and religious faith: "Many, if not most, believed; but none
This is especially true of Christianity. In short it can be said that theology works on religion. Theology is in fact based on religion. It is a system of studying about God especially Christian religion. Religion does not deal with any sort of rational analysis.
There has always been 3 views of origins reflect the 3 main religion. Pantheism believes we have always existed. Monotheistic believers; believe we are created by a Creator God. Atheism believers; reject the existence of any smart or intelligent force in the world. But what exactly do we know to believe in?
The Spirit's job in regard to truth is to teach us unknown things about God, for just as no one knows are deep secrets of a person but that person's spirit, so can no one know God's secrets except his Spirit (1 Corinthians 2:11). Jesus says the same in thing in John 16:13: "But when