The Frequently Asked Questions articles on JW.ORG claim to provide quick, succinct answers to common inquiries about the Jehovah’s Witness religion. However, for an organization that proudly preaches that it has The Truth™, the logic contained within these FAQ articles is often dubious, deceitful or flat-out untruthful.
At JW FAQ, we will contrast what JW.ORG says Witnesses believe with what they actually believe
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What JW.ORG Says “Jehovah’s Witnesses have used many different translations in their study of the Bible. In languages where it is available, though, we especially appreciate the New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures for its use of God’s name, for its accuracy, and for its clarity. Use of God’s name. Some Bible publishers have failed to give… Continue reading Do Jehovah’s Witnesses Have Their Own Bible?
What JW.ORG Says “Following the model of first-century Christianity, Jehovah’s Witnesses have no clergy-laity division. All baptized Witnesses are ordained ministers and share in the preaching and teaching work. Witnesses are organized into congregations of about 100 believers. Spiritually mature men in each congregation serve as “older men,” or elders. (Titus 1:5) They do so… Continue reading Do Jehovah’s Witnesses Have a Paid Clergy?
What JW.ORG Says No, Jehovah’s Witnesses do not practice tithing; our work is financed by voluntary donations. What is a tithe, and why don’t Jehovah’s Witnesses practice tithing? The commandment to tithe, or contribute a tenth of one’s belongings, was part of the Law given to the ancient nation of Israel. However, the Bible makes… Continue reading Do Jehovah’s Witnesses Practice Tithing?