I'm listening to an audio series in which the Apostles' Creed is used as the framework for "Christian theology," implying that those who believe the Apostles' Creed are orthodox.
However, it's pretty clear from other portions of the series that its creators do not consider non-trinitarians to be orthodox. Which made me wonder about how various non-trinitarian groups view the Apostles' Creed – do they actually accept it as written, or not?
In this question, I'll focus on one particular such group. Do Jehovah's Witnesses disagree with or "reinterpret" any phrases in the Apostles' Creed?
By "reinterpret," I mean divergence from a typical understanding of the text held by trinitarians. I realize of course that some trinitarians "reinterpret" some phrases too, like "he descended into hell," so it can be a gray area. But hopefully answers can cite JW publications or scholars to show to what extent they adopt the creed as their own.