What do Jehovah’s Witnesses believe? In fact, what do a lot of other religions believe in? Hocus pocus if you ask me. Either way, our ‘Beliefs’ category takes a look at various religious belief systems.
Many say that the Jehovah’s Witness religion is a cult. Do you think it’s a cult? In this section, we’ve housed all the blog posts that show you if it is a cult or not. You might be shocked at what you find.
The Watchtower Organisation looks after all the Jehovah’s Witnesses worldwide. The good news about the ‘Organisation’ is that it keeps having magic moments, allowing us to poke fun at it.
Real Life Experiences
This section is filled with the real life experiences of former and current Jehovah’s Witnesses. It’s a real eye opener that shows you what various trials and tribulations Jehovah’s Witness go through.
Check out the latest funny posts. If you’re single, the chat up / pick up lines article will have you rolling around on the Kingdom Hall floor. That’ll make you wish you stayed behind for ‘Hall Cleaning’.
The question never entered my mind as a Witness (or as a Catholic, for that matter.) It seemed it was a given — just as the divine inspiration of the Bible and the existence of our god was a given: Jesus existed. Even since leaving all organized religion, I have been told again and again […]Read the full story
What if the Bible was not “God’s word” after all? That would mean the entire basis of the Watchtower religion [along with other Christian religions] would be, well: baseless! But, can we prove that the god Jehovah didn’t inspire the writing of the Bible? Well, yes and no. As always, we must first determine what […]Read the full story
On Sunday, the JW Podcast Team (Lloyd, Louise, Stephanie, Patricia and me) interviewed a former Scientologist, Chris Shelton. Now before I get into the inner workings of my views with regards to the interview, which went well by the way, I think it’ll be good for me to tell you where I currently stand when […]Read the full story
I’m lost for words. Those of you that know me understand that that’s a rare phenomenon. Why am I lost for words? The above picture – taken at the 2014 convention of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Zimbabwe – is shocking. The first thing that sprang to mind were the words in the Gosepls: 15 So after […]Read the full story
Recently I read through a Watchtower apologist’s long defense of the Watchtower’s two-witness rule and its handling of pedophile cases in general. The defender, of course, painted the Watchtower in the best possible light and claimed that everything is done that possibly could be done while still holding to the Scriptural rules. According to this […]Read the full story
Conservative Christians are always on about how we need to follow the Bible and return to “family values.” But what does the Bible really say about family values? Oh sure, there is one verse (out of over 31,000) that says “Honor your mother and father.” But that’s not the whole story — not by a […]Read the full story
The year 1914 came and went quite a while ago. In fact, by my calculations, if I base today’s date (6th June 2015) and count backwards to 6th June 1914, Google tells me a period of 36,878 days, or 101 years have come and gone between today’s date and 1914. “Fascinating Jaymes, but can you […]Read the full story
There is a persistent myth that the kings and emperors of old were in the habit of murdering messengers who delivered bad news to them. It appears that this rarely actually happened. However, it has spawned this great saying: “Don’t kill the messenger!” [Or, in the gun-obsessed culture of the U.S.: “Don’t shoot the messenger!”] […]Read the full story
When I was Growing up as a Jehovah’s Witness, I wouldn’t have dreamed of ever accepting a blood transfusion, nor would I have donated blood for blood transfusions. That’s right, I would have allowed myself to die. No really, I would have preferred death. If you’re new to this website and aren’t a Jehovah’s Witness, I’m […]Read the full story