Two People Raised Jehovah’s Witnesses Tell Their Story

A Lesson for Apologists and Members of the Watchtower

Here is the personal account of two people who were raised Jehovah’s Witnesses, spent a great deal of time working for their kingdom hall, and lived a life expected by that religion. They continued this way until one day the husband knocked on one particular door.

In this message is a great lesson to Christian apologists trying to reach out to those outside the faith. Often we apologists simply do it wrong……we argue with people even though we tell ourselves that we cannot argue people into the kingdom. If you are a counter-cult apologist, please listen carefully to this account and you will learn a great lesson on how to reach people with apologetics.

If you are currently a member of a kingdom hall, please take the time to listen to this true story of two people who were raised in good standing with the Jehovah’s Witnesses since childhood. It is merely them telling their story.

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Christian Apologist & Philosopher
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3 Responses to Two People Raised Jehovah’s Witnesses Tell Their Story

  1. Pingback: Two People Raised Jehovah’s Witnesses Tell Their Story | A disciple's study

  2. NickHawaii says:

    I like the way you abruptly ended our conversation in the Coptic discussion. You didn’t even give me a chance to respond. I would be happy to talk about each of your 8 points that you feel are irrefutable as well as lexical definitions of how God is used in scripture. Love to hear how you feel about them. I would also like to hear how you feel about scholars in your camp like Murray Harris who at least admits that “a god” in John 1:1 is a legitimate translation but because of his Trinitarian commitment he sees it differently. I know of at least 18 bible translations, most of which are Trinitarian, that render John 1:1 as “a god” or “a God.” Are they not scholarly enough? What about the dozens of translations that translated it “was divine” or “a divine being”??

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