Jehovah's Witnesses - Main Differences with Christianity. Jehovah's Witnesses Beliefs Compared to Christianity. †#1-42 taken from Jehovah's Witnesses' publication "Jehovah's Witnesses in the Twentieth Century" (ï¿½ 1989 Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania) *Additional scriptures are found in other pages.
See pages listed below. References 3. God's name is Jehovah: The Old Testament gives the personal name of God as YHVH ( ). 4. In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. For additional verses, see page, "Is Jesus God? " 5. For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counselor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace. For additional verses, see page, "Jesus Christ: The First of God's Creations? " 6. The other disciples therefore said unto him, We have seen the Lord. For additional verses, see page "Did Christ Die on a Cross? " 7. 9. But they were terrified and affrighted, and supposed that they had seen a spirit. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Read the Bible Online—Free Bible Downloads: MP3 Audio, PDF.
Jehovah's Witnesses beliefs. The beliefs of Jehovah's Witnesses are based on the Bible teachings of Charles Taze Russell—founder of the Bible Student movement—and successive presidents of the Watch Tower Society, Joseph Franklin Rutherford and Nathan Homer Knorr. Since 1976 all doctrinal decisions have been made by the Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses, a group of elders at the religion's Brooklyn headquarters.
These teachings are disseminated through The Watchtower magazine and other publications of Jehovah's Witnesses, and at conventions and congregation meetings. Jehovah's Witnesses teach that the present age of human existence is about to be terminated by the direct intervention of Jehovah (God), who will use Jesus Christ to fully establish his heavenly government over earth, destroying existing human governments and non-Witnesses, and creating a cleansed society of true worshippers. Source of doctrines Organization Restorationism Bible Jehovah's Witnesses' beliefs. Jehovah's Witnesses Sponsored link.
Beliefs of the Jehovah's Witnesses: Jehovah's Witnesses call their faith: "the truth. " 1 They have many beliefs similar to those held by fundamentalists and other evangelical Christians, These include: There are many exceptions where Witnesses deviate from historical conservative Christianity: Sponsored link: A brief comparison of Jehovah's Witnesses to historical Christian beliefs: How you got here: Reference used: The following information source was used to prepare and update the above essay. Kelly Saivo, "The Truth of Jehovah's Witnesses," Gilroy Dispatch, 2006-SEP-23, at: Copyright © 1996 to 2009 by Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance Originally written on: 1996-SEP-29Last updated on: 2009-DEC-23Author: B.A. Sponsored link. Who is God in Jehovah Witnesses? - Striving for Eternity Ministries. The Triunity JW’s do not believe in a Triune God.
They define Triunity as, “the doctrine, in brief, is that there are three gods in one: ‘God the Father, God the son, and God the Holy Ghost,’ all three equal in power, substance, and eternity” (Let God Be True, 1946 ed., p. 100). JW’s believe that this is a demon created doctrine based on the fact that the word does not appear in the Scriptures. Nowhere in the Scriptures is even any mention made of a trinity. (Let God Be True, 1946 [1952 rev.], p. 111) The obvious conclusion is, therefore, that Satan is the originator of the Trinity doctrine. Note: The word Trinity does not appear in the Bible and neither does omnipresence, omniscience, Jehovah and many other words we use to help us understand and describe God.
Notice that that JW’s misdefine that definition of the Triunity as three gods in one god (Let God Be True, 1946 ed., p. 100). “There can be no compromise with God’s truths. “Who is this wonderful God? B.