Divulge secret information to enemies and those not entitled to know. Greet or talk with disfellowshipped persons (with some exceptions) 140. Seems to me Jehovah Witnesses lives are controlled completely by The Watchtower Society/Governing Body – made up of all men by the way (as a side note). I don’t have an ax to grind with men, just making a point.
Go to heaven unless they are part of the 144,000 134. Idolize any celebrity or love and admire them to excess 136. Women can’t be ministerial servants (assistants to the elders) 138. They can’t believe anything former Jehovah’s Witnesses say, – even if it’s factual. Unless they’re an Elder, Jehovah’s Witnesses can’t read this book, – ‘Shepherd the Flock of God’ (ref: The Jehovah Witnesses.org) If someone can provide me with a list of Things Jehovah Witnesses CAN DO, I’d be very grateful.
Celebrate any holiday except the death of Jesus – Why? Partake in the bread and wine that represents Christ unless they are part of the 144,000 88. Use of bad language (curse words) is discouraged 96. Wear revealing clothes or skirts that are too short (looked down upon) 99. State or imply that the Watchtower is not run by Jehovah God. Have discussions and express Bible based viewpoints that contradict the organization’s beliefs 104. JW’s must ‘speak in agreement’ and be ‘like-minded’. Consider other religious beliefs as valid and truthful. Acknowledge any prayer spoken by a non believer as valid 107.
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According to Watchtower.org, the official site of Jehovah's Witnesses, the history of Jehovah Witnesses dates back over 100 years ago and began in Allegheny, Pennsylvania.
Attend a class, workshop, or seminar, sponsored by another church 94. Believe in miracles (except those found in the Bible) 113.
Do suggestive and immodest dancing in a public place 93.
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