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Exactly this same question has been popping up on social media sites for over a decade. It's an old red herring, and Jehovah's Witnesses must find it tedious and tiresome to refute the idea that most Kingdom Halls don't have windows. However, since I posted my comment here, nearly three years ago, the question is academic now that Covid-19 has effectively ...


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How do Jehovahs witnesses reconcile their belief that Jesus has not always existed with Micah 5:2 which says his going forth is from long ago, from the days of eternity? First by pointing to the many different ways a variety of Bible translations render the wording of the final part of Vs2 The New World Translation renders it “Whose origin is from ancient ...


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Micah 5:2 proves the opposite of what the OP assumes. Jesus had a beginning "and his going forth is from the beginning, from the days of eternity." Micah 5:2 Douay-Rheims Bible. This is in harmony with Revelation 3:14. A further reading of Micah reveals, And he shall stand, and shall feed his flock in the strength of Jehovah, in the majesty of the ...


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Which denominations believe that John 19 indicates that the crucifixion had the date of Nisan 14? Denominations do not generally hold fixed views on such things. All Christians are agreed our Lord rose from the dead and appeared to the disciples on the Sunday morning. The most common expression in the New Testament is that our Lord Jesus rose from the dead “...


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Eschatology deals with "The Last Things" - "The End Times", and chronology is about dates. Given your stress on their beliefs about different dates, and the idea that Jehovah's Witnesses [JWs] have made various changes to end-time beliefs as they relate to specific dates, you have homed in on various thresh-holds surrounding the year 1914....


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Although "Insight on the Scriptures" was published in 1988, and Jehovah's Witnesses [JWs] are encouraged to use Watchtower Society literature produced after 2000, it's good to see that a JW here uses that 1988 volume. Yes, it replaced the 1971 "Aid to Bible Understanding" but I have both volumes and there is not even a word of difference ...


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