December 2018 Watchtower Study Review – “In what sense was the apostle Paul ‘caught away'”?

We are continuing our review of the December 2018 Watchtower Study Edition. In this review, we skip next week’s article to instead discuss more interesting questions as it relates to 2 Corinthians 12:1-4. What is the “third heaven” and what “paradise” is being referred to here? Topics of discussion: heaven, paradise earth, the anointed class, … More December 2018 Watchtower Study Review – “In what sense was the apostle Paul ‘caught away'”?

Watchtower Study Review – “I have Hope Toward God” – February 5-11, 2018

Reviewing the article, “I Have Hope Toward God” in the December 2017 Watchtower Study Edition. The nature and timing of the resurrection is perhaps one of the most difficult Watchtower doctrines to reconcile with Scripture. This review will highlight these difficulties.   Go HERE to subscribe to the JW Review Podcast on iTunes.  Don’t forget to rate … More Watchtower Study Review – “I have Hope Toward God” – February 5-11, 2018

Watchtower Study Review – “Let Nothing Deprive You of the Prize” – January 22-28, 2018

Reviewing the study article in the November 2017 Watchtower Study Edition, “Let Nothing Deprive You of the Prize.” Topics of discussion: The Anointed Class and The Other Sheep   Go HERE to subscribe to the JW Review Podcast on iTunes.  Don’t forget to rate it!  More ratings draws more people to the podcast.

Christian Life and Ministry Review: November 20-26, 2017

Topics of discussion: prophecy fulfillment, 1919, the anointed class, Watchtower’s false predictions, the resurrection. This week we’re doing something a little different.  Ideally, i’d want to review everything the Watchtower puts out monthly.  But due to my busy schedule, that’s just not possible.  Due to a pretty uninteresting Watchtower Study Edition for next week, I decided to take … More Christian Life and Ministry Review: November 20-26, 2017

Does Matthew 11:11 teach that John the Baptist won’t be in the Heavenly Kingdom?

Before we delve into Matthew 11:11, let’s briefly go over the Watchtower’s two-class theology.  They teach that all Jehovah’s Witnesses will be eternally separated into two metaphysically distinct locations: heaven or earth.  The anointed 144,000 of Revelation 7 will rule and reign with Christ in heaven while the remaining “great crowd” live on paradise earth. … More Does Matthew 11:11 teach that John the Baptist won’t be in the Heavenly Kingdom?

Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and the Kingdom of Heaven

The Jehovah’s Witnesses believe in a “two class” theology whereby only 144,000 will reign in heaven for eternity.  The rest of the Jehovah’s Witnesses, or the “great crowd,” will reside on a paradise earth. The focus of this article will deal with the Watchtower’s belief that none of the saints mentioned in the Hebrew Scriptures … More Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and the Kingdom of Heaven

Debate is posted! Proposition: “All New Covenant Christians Will Live Forever in Heaven with Christ.”

I can’t tell you how excited I am to have been given this opportunity to debate one of Jehovah’s Witnesses in audible format.  To be honest, I don’t think this has ever happened in history whereby such a debate was recorded and made available.  JW’s are usually quite shy to ever give a second thought … More Debate is posted! Proposition: “All New Covenant Christians Will Live Forever in Heaven with Christ.”

John 14:1-3 – The Great Crowd inherits the abodes in heaven? (Jehovah’s Witness issue)

In THIS VIDEO I go through a series of cross references found in the New World Translation to show that the Great Crowd inherits the abodes that are supposedly in heaven.  This argument can be very simply demonstrated by following the cross references beginning in John 14:2, which takes you to Luke 16:9 and then to Matthew 25:34. … More John 14:1-3 – The Great Crowd inherits the abodes in heaven? (Jehovah’s Witness issue)

Podcast episode 1

Well, this is my first attempt at a podcast!  We’ll see how this goes and please let me know your feedback.  And yes, I will be getting this on iTunes hopefully soon. On this episode, I offered some introductory remarks, personal updates, and reviewed the July 2012 Watchtower Study edition.  I also addressed an argument … More Podcast episode 1