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The beliefs of Jehovah's Witnesses are based on the Bible teachings of Charles Taze Russell—founder of the Bible Student movement—and successive ...


What Jehovah's Witnesses believe: religion, ministry, beliefs and practices, community work and organization. Answers to frequently asked questions.


As Jehovah's Witnesses, we strive to adhere to the form of Christianity that Jesus taught and that his apostles practiced. This article summarizes our basic beliefs ...


The Jehovah's Witnesses are quite forthcoming about their religious beliefs. Their religion, unlike Mormonism, isn't an esoteric one with secret doctrines known ...


Apr 29, 2016 ... Jehovah's Witnesses (hereafter JWs) consider themselves to be Christians ... they do believe in attempting to argue for their particular beliefs.


A list of Jehovah's Witness' beliefs. ... Only 144,000 Jehovah's Witness go to heaven, Reasoning from the Scriptures, 1985, pp. 166-167, 361; Let God be True , p.


The group was known as the “Russellites” until 1931 when, due to a split in the organization, it was renamed the “Jehovah's Witnesses.” The group from which it  ...


17 hours ago ... ... perform blood transfusions to treat a 14-year-old girl with cancer, despite her refusal because it is against her beliefs as a Jehovah's Witness.


Apr 2, 2015 ... Established in 1879 by Charles Taze Russell in Pennsylvania, Jehovah's Witnesses bear many of the hallmarks of mainstream Christianity, ...