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The question contains an incorrect premise. Blasphemy is a vague charge, and only in the extreme form would stoning someone to death for blasphemy involve someone claiming to be God. To blaspheme is to speak with contempt about God or to be defiantly irreverent. Blasphemy is verbal or written reproach of God’s name, character, work, or attributes. https://...


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Below is a list of dates used by some Anti-Witness writes, claiming that Jehovah's Witnesses made false predictions. Many anti-Witness books and articles leave out a lot of pertinent information, and do not quote everything in context. I have responded to many posts calling Jehovah's Witnesses false prophets, even though that is not the case. A scholar, ...


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This exact question was posed by a reader of the Watchtower magazine published by Jehovah’s Witnesses. It led to the printing of a two-part article: When Was Ancient Jerusalem Destroyed?​ Part one main points are “Seventy Years” for Whom? When Did “the Seventy Years” Start? When Did “the Seventy Years” End? Classical Historians —How Accurate? The Canon of ...


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Jehovah's Witnesses use whatever form of God's name that is common to Bibles in each language. In modern Hebrew, Jehovah's Witnesses use the "Yahweh" pronunciation. In English, the most common pronunciation is Jehovah. This pronunciation has been used for centuries in English and can be traced back to the Tyndale Bible, the first Bible in English ...


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