Who Are Jehovah's Witnesses?

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World Religions Report Jehovah Elisee E. Nicolas University of Phoenix World Religions Report Jehovah The Jehovah`s Witnesses is a religion designed around hope and patience. Jehovah’s Witnesses are controlled by a governing body of 10 to 15 mature men who claim to have direct guidance from God. Their place of worship is called the Kingdom Hall. The Kingdom Hall I visited was located in Franklin Park, New Jersey, not too far from my house, which makes it great if repeated trips are needed. It`s not a big multi floor church; in fact it doesn`t look like a traditional church at all, but more like a fancy office building. It does some-what look like a place of worship, but you wouldn`t notice it for a traditional church when driving…show more content…
In 1992 a ban on voting was lifted, and Jehovah’s Witnesses were allowed to vote, but many do not practice the option to vote for governors, mayors, or even the past monumental presidential election for that matter. Blood transfusions are another exception within the Jehovah’s Witnesses that is of discussion; some Witnesses have had blood transfusions with no consequences to them from other Jehovah’s Witnesses. Upon further research I found out Jehovah’s Witnesses do not partake in any type of blood transfusions. The Islam belief of not eating meat until all blood is drained, applies to all Jehovah’s Witnesses who follow the religion. Their refusal of blood transfusions is not a personal one, but an action they follow based on the Bible in Acts…show more content…
Charles Taze Russell teaches, “the Holy Spirit is not a person and is therefore not one of the gods of the Trinity, the Trinity doctrine was not conceived by Jesus or the early Christians, the obvious conclusion therefore is that Satan is the originator of the Trinity doctrine”. Mainstream Christianity has always accused Jehovah's Witnesses as a tightly knit and secretive movement known for unorthodox plagiarism of the Christian community. Allegations of the Society's founder, Charles Taze Russell of being possessed by God's Holy Spirit, through which he received the true understanding of the Scriptures, has never held ground with

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