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While the Bible is a reference used in our worship it is far from our most prominently used publication. Of the approximately four hours per week of group worship engage in at our local places of worship (Kingdom Halls), routinely the Bible, by itself, is only discussed for 10 min. The remaining 230 min. of weekly instruction is culled entirely from ...


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The answer that I have been given was that Thomas looked to Jesus and stated "My Lord" and then to heaven and said "My God" as a praise to Jeohovah for his miracle. I know this answer doesn't have an "official stance of the WatchTower" feel to it, but nine times out of ten, this will be the answer they give you on your doorstep. I have looked, with no ...


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The early members of the Bible Students as they were then called did many things in contrast of the Bible. The more they studied the Bible by examining the scriptures they realized they needed to change and stop what they were doing. They even celebrated Christmas, smoked, and the use of the Cross and the Crown as a symbol of faith on the early magazines. As ...


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The Jehovahs Witness teaching of the symbol of the cross was changed about the 1930's by Joseph Rutherford. Prior to this they accepted the cross that is widely accepted in Christendom today. So the magazine would still have a cross on it as it's publication was prior to this time Facts about Jehovahs Witnesses As far as the symbolism on the magazine is ...


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Phillipians 2: 5-8 clearly explains it - Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus: 6 Who, being in the form of God, thought it not robbery to be equal with God: 7 But made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men: 8 And being found in fashion as a man, he humbled himself, and ...


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Exodus 3:14, where Yahweh identifies himself as "I am who I am", is important as most scholars including Jehovah's Witnesses would agree that it is the origin from which the name Jehovah is derived or takes meaning. Exodus 6:3 refers to Exodus 3 where God reveals himself to Moses for the first time and gives His name as I AM who I AM and then tells him to ...



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