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What does the reference mean? The Witnesses use a rather odd and somewhat cryptic set of abbreviations for their publications. g94 11/8 10 is Awake! magazine, 8th of November, 1994, p. 10. jv 134 is Jehovah’s Witnesses—Proclaimers of God’s Kingdom (pub. 1993), p. 134. Many books also have another, less cryptic abbreviation. For example, jv is often ...


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Both Jehovah's Witnesses and LDS have different meaning of God and Christ, so their understanding the the very nature of God differs from the rest of the christians and from each other. Jesus in Jehovah's Witnesses views is created by God. Whereas in LDS, Jesus is born and is first of many sons. Not to mention that Jehovah for LDS cosmology is Jesus. See ...


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Apparently not. The New World translation, which is the one used by Jehovah's Witnesses, is available online and can be read and searched for occurrences of 'Christ'. While I haven't had time to do a strict comparison, there appear to be about as many occurrences of the word as I would expect. For example, Romans 1 contains the word 'Christ' five times, ...


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If I understand you correctly, you are actually already married, but would like a Witness marriage ceremony to acknowledge that. The fact is that Witnesses recognise civil marriages as valid. If you married before returning to the faith, then you are married in their eyes. In fact, such marriages are also perfectly acceptable for those within the faith. My ...



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