In this video, we’ll be discussing dualism vs. physicalism and whether the Old Covenant prophets like John the Baptist have souls that entered heaven when they died. Here is a link to the article on Matthew 11:11 I wrote, which is the Watchtower’s primary text against John the Baptist going to heaven: HERE
This review will be from the June JW Life and Ministry Workbook for the week of June 24-30. Treasure’s From God’s Word – Digging for Spiritual Gems Next, anointed members of “the Israel of God” must join the Lord Jesus Christ in heavenly glory, where they will “always be with the Lord.” (Galatians 6:16; 1 Thessalonians 4:17) … More JW Life and Ministry Meeting Workbook Review – June 24-30, 2019
Reviewing the study article, “Accept Jehovah’s Help to Resist Wicked Spirits” from the April 2019 Watchtower Study Edition. To view an article I wrote on the Watchtower and Necromancy, go HERE. Topics of discussion: omitting Jesus, the afterlife SUBSCRIBE TO THE JW REVIEW PODCAST IN ITUNES
Reviewing the study article, “Uphold the Truth About Death” from the April 2019 Watchtower Study Edition. Topics of discussion: death, the afterlife, intermediate state, dualism/soul, and hell. Subscribe to the JW Review Podcast in iTunes
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'”?
Reviewing the December 2018 Watchtower Study Edition for the week of February 4-10, 2019. Topics of discussion: the anointed class, second chance theology, dualism, heaven, and paradise earth Subscribe to the JW Review in iTunes
Reviewing the May 2018 Our Christian Life and Ministry for May 14-20, 2018. Topics of discussion: eschatology, the transfiguration, the intermediate state, and Christology