Jehovah's Witnesses who faithfully abide by God's organization on earth (the WBTS) will be spared from eternal annihilation. Heaven is a special place that is reserved for a distinct group of 144,000 Jehovah's Witnesses, who have been deemed "born again" by the WBTS and are allowed to take annual communion.
Generally, Jehovah's Witnesses agree to attend five meetings a week where they are taught from WBTS literature.
Bear in mind that the Witnesses’ use their own "in-house" Bible called the New World Translation (NWT), though it is regarded by Greek and Hebrew scholars as an extraordinarily poor and highly inaccurate translation.
In addition, the five members of the translation committee for the NWT completely lack credentials as Bible scholars.Four of them never studied the biblical languages, and the fifth studied non-biblical Greek for a short period.) Is Christ God? "If you loved me, you would have rejoiced, because I go to the Father; for the Father is greater than I" (John ). To focus on this aspect of Christ's human nature to the exclusion of his divine nature is a gross misunderstanding of who and what the Bible says Jesus Christ is.During that decade, he also presented several formal lectures.In 1879, Russell founded Herald of Christ's Presence and Zion's Watch Tower, which became monthly publications.They have since backed down from this teaching.) First, God created Michael the Archangel, through whom God later created all "other things," such as the earth, the universe, and all mankind. When it was time for the birth of a savior, Michael became a man, in the form of Jesus Christ. According to Jehovah's Witness theology, Jesus was put to death on a "torture stake." It is here that He bore the sins of all mankind (except for Adam).
Later, Jesus rose from death in spirit, but did not rise in physical form.
He was only 18 years old when he began a Bible study that focused on the second coming of Jesus, as well as the chronology of the Bible.
As a result of his study, which took place around 1870, he published numerous books.
Each member is required to fulfill a schedule of public canvassing in order to distribute WBTS literature and collect donations for WBTS headquarters in New York.
If a Jehovah's Witness leaves the organization, he is shunned in all ways.
Let’s examine some of the beliefs, which are peculiar to the Jehovah’s Witnesses.