Jesus Christ is a "created being," who at one time did not exist 3. Heaven is hope only for select Jehovah's Witnesses.
Jesus is not to be worshiped or prayed to-he is only an angel (a.k.a. The Holy Spirit is not a person but is "God's active force" i.e. The majority of JWs hope to live on "paradise earth" 6.
I was fortunate to have a family that supported my dream and encouraged me to follow it. I learned how important it is to fight for a dream and, most importantly, to dream big.
My fight began when I was three and I haven’t taken a break since. What others marked as flaws or disadvantages about myself – my race, my gender – I embraced as fuel for my success. We should always be judged by our achievements, not by our gender.
Finch also reads the letter online the youtube video below. Obviously my sense of humour and sense of irony is not travelling well across the Atlantic. The Information that I share with you comes from the Bible.
Yes many People don’t believe in the Bible and no ones forcing anyone to.
Belonging to a 'false' religion and participating in their false holidays is thought to be wrong.
Examples of false religious holidays would be Christmas and Easter.
Witnesses believe Jesus died on a Crux Simplex, or a single upright punishment stake, not a t-shaped cross (Crux Immissa) as we know today. Evangelism - Evangelism, or carrying their religion to others, plays a major role in Jehovah Witness beliefs.They are separate from the world based on their interpretation of the Bible.Political holidays would include independence day, memorial day, and veterans day.Jehovah's Witnesses believe that celebrating holidays is wrong. Because they believe that most holidays fall into one of three categories. These three categories are false religious holidays, political holidays, and holidays that honor anyone or any human organization other than God.False religious holidays or holidays of pagan origin cannot be celebrated by the Jehovah's Witnesses because they believe that their God Jehovah requires Christians to belong to the 'correct' religion in order to be saved.