Below, in the comment sections, two participants will be discussing this question. I will leave it to both of them… Read more Debate/Discussion: “Do all Christians go to heaven?”
Here’s a recording of a presentation I did this morning at a men’s meeting. It was about an hour of… Read more Why Don’t Jehovah’s Witnesses Partake?
In the October 1, 2014 Watchtower, a “conversation article” is published whereby a Jehovah’s Witness discusses 1914 with his neighbor.… Read more When Did God’s Kingdom Begin Ruling? – part 1
As some of you may or may not know, i’m sometimes involved in discipling and answering questions from those who have… Read more Ex-JW apologist network idea
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… Read more Does Matthew 11:11 teach that John the Baptist won’t be in the Heavenly Kingdom?
Rotherham’s arguments are more directly related to THIS POST, but COMMENTED ON the article, “Did the Watchtower’s ‘Faithful Slave’ claim the… Read more Answering a JW apologist: is the Watchtower Directed by Jehovah?
While this issue has a complex history and much can be written, I want to keep this as simple as… Read more Did the Watchtower’s “Faithful Slave” claim the Holy Spirit’s functions ceased?
We all know that the Jehovah’s Witnesses have denied claims of inspiration. For example: In most ways Jehovah’s Witnesses are like everyone… Read more Spirit-directed and Spirit-inspired: is there a difference?
In the August 15, 2014 Watchtower Study Edition, the Watchtower addresses some interesting points as it relates to reading the… Read more What about those with less access to Watchtower Publications?
Just recently, me and Rotherham (a JW) finished our debate. It was a written debate and took quite some time;… Read more A few post-debate thoughts
This debate took place on the TRUE THEOLOGY forum, but I will be posting the full debate on a PDF once it… Read more Debate with a JW: “Is the Watchtower’s interpretation of the faithful slave found in Matthew 24 and Luke 12, as articulated in the July 15th, 2013 Watchtower, accurate?”
This is an article that I published on CARM. The link is below: NEW LIGHT ON THE “FAITHFUL AND DISCREET… Read more New Light on the “Faithful and Discreet Slave”
A reader contacted me and asked: On your website you state: “Instead, the Scriptures are clear in teaching that Christ will… Read more If all Christians rule with Christ, who will they rule over?
If anyone is interested, I added a NEW PAGE in the “articles” section on the existence of God. Most of these… Read more New “Existence of God” page and some other ramblings
While not an “official” publication by the Watchtower, THIS ARTICLE appears to reflect the attitude of many JW’s as they consider former… Read more How many JW’s view so-called “apostate literature”
Thus far, myself and the JW apologist “Rotherham” have gone through almost 80 comments in discussion on this topic. While one… Read more Ephesians 4:11-16 discussion
The Governing Body of Jehovah’s Witnesses are adamant in saying that all true Christians must believe everything they teach. ***w09… Read more The Governing Body, Ephesians 4:11-16, and “unity”
Perhaps this mock dialogue will illustrate: Non-JW: When the Holy Spirit is leading us, it’s always to the truth? It… Read more Should Jehovah’s Witnesses follow the Spirit or the Governing Body?
The Watchtower clearly expresses that no Christian can be faithful to Christ and at the same time, contradict what the… Read more Should unity be promoted at the expense of the truth? A response to a JW apologist
With an article by yours truly 🙂 A theological journal with a focus on the Triune God. For the… Read more Journal of Trinitarian Apologetics issue # 1
Watchtower apostasy is an important issue that every JW should consider. Though i’ve thought through it in the past, this… Read more What if the Watchtower went into apostasy?
The April 15, 2013 Watchtower Study Edition contains some noteworthy thoughts that i’d like to draw some attention to. 6 How… Read more Some very bold statements found in the April 15, 2013 Watchtower Study Edition.
***w97 5/1 p.8 Identifying the Right Kind of Messenger*** Identifying the Right Kind of Messenger “I am . . . the One making the word of his servant come true, and the One that carries… Read more Is the Watchtower the “Right Kind of Messenger?”
The Watchtower teaches that there is no salvation outside of “Jehovah’s Organization.” But this statement is somewhat vague, as we… Read more Salvation outside the Watchtower
If anyone is interested, my recent debate with Fred is now on one audio file. You can download it HERE
Click HERE to listen From the THEOPOLOGETICS website: Debate topic: “All Christians in the New Covenant will live forever… Read more Final portion of the debate is finally up!
Though i’m a little late on this NEWS and many have expressed their thoughts on this new development in Watchtower theology,… Read more My preliminary thoughts on the recent “faithful slave” interpretation change
In the January 15, 2012 Watchtower Study Edition, p. 30 par. 18, the following is stated, 18 Thereafter, how will Jehovah use… Read more Who do the “anointed class” rule over? “the Bible does not say,” says the Watchtower
In the following Watchtower article, two viewpoints are contrasted. The first is the improper view, *** w64 9/15 p. 574 Experiencing Jehovah’s Love *** APPRECIATION FOR THE TRUTH Not all the persons I have known… Read more What is the proper view of the Watchtower and its literature?