If Jehovah's Witnesses are Christians?Bold text
The answer is YES. Their are Criticizers says that Witnesses are not Christians. Why? 1. Jehovah's Witnesses beliefs are different from other Christian Denominations.
Example: They are not believing in Trinity. Also this religion use the name of God "Jehovah" on their Worship Services on their Kingdom Halls, in Door-to-door Evangelical works and in their everyday living.
2. Witnesses do not celebrate Christmas, so it means they are not believing Jesus, which the main symbol of Christianity. This talk is too wrong. Because based on my interview on a Witness, not celebrating Christmas does not mean they are not believing Jesus. For the Witnesses, they believe Jesus is the Savior who die for our sins and a King of Jehovah's Kingdom since 1914. 3. Neutrality in Politics. Critics told public that Witnesses are against the Government. So many Witnesses in over the world are in jail until today because of not to salute flag, singing the anthem, service to military forces and so on.
We can call them Christians because they are believing in the "Great Book", the Bible. They use the Bible as the main basis of their beliefs. Unlike other Christian Denominations that their beliefs are not based on the teaching in the Bible, their beliefs are from the leaders-not from the Bible, in short, their beliefs are "against/opposite the God's teachings and words"
What a great religion is this! Even they are jailed because of the Criticizers from the other Religions, they continously preaching the word even in a place that they are not allowed to preach.
To let understand their beliefs before making bad opinions on their worship, study this religion first, on how they obey their doctrines, and how they show their love in each Witness.
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