Jehovah's Witness


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believer in imminent approach of the millennium

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Jehovah's Witnesses traditionally object to blood transfusions and treatment with blood products and say their attitude to blood stems from biblical teaching.
In a new memoir, Scorah chronicles her experience in the Jehovah's Witness faith and ultimately leaving it to start an entirely different life.
NNA - Jehovah's Witnesses say one of their followers has been fined 350,000 rubles ($5,350) in Russia on an extremism charge related to his membership in the religious group.
MOSCOW * A Russian court has sentenced a Danish member of the Jehovah's Witnesses to six years in prison.
A Russian court on Wednesday found a Danish adherent of the Jehovah's Witnesses guilty of organising a banned extremist group and jailed him for six years in a case critics condemn as crushing religious freedom.
"Teaching Bible in the mother tongue reaches the heart," points out preacher Sue Mumford, 61, who retired from her job as an administrator in the NHS in Cardiff a few years ago to concentrate on preaching and teaching at the 155-strong Cardiff and Canton Jehovah's Witness congregation.
Her sister-in-law, now a Witness, comes from a Punjabi family in Birmingham, attends a Welsh medium congregation in North Wales and will also go to the Punjabi Jehovah's Witness convention in her home city later this month.
Her sister in law, now a Witness, comes from a Punjabi family in Birmingham, attends a Welsh medium congregation in north Wales and will also go to the Punjabi Jehovah's Witness convention in her home city later this month.
"Members of the Jehovah's Witness faith brought many cases that established modern constitutional protections for religious freedom and prohibitions against religious discrimination," Luchenitser said.
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A policewoman realised Beviss was the killer when he told her the Jehovah's Witnesses had "humiliated him and he had to do it."
REGARDING Mrs Dunn's letter, August 4 ('Newborns have no sins to answer for'): Yet another letter from Mrs Dunn, criticising Jehovah's Witnesses. Dear, oh dear, oh dear, here we go again, and it does tend to become a little bit wearisome to one's soul.
We spoke to Inderpal Sangha, who has been a Jehovah's Witness since 1980, as the group prepared to take part in a 2017 Convention at the Ricoh Arena.
The call comes after a landmark case in which a woman abused as a child by a Jehovah's Witness minister won PS275,000 damages at the High Court.
Zimmerman will not only discuss his new memoir, but also compare the Jehovah's Witness religion with other religions, discuss the Jehovah's Witnesses' claimed evidence for believing we're living in the last days, explain what nonbelievers often get wrong about the religion, and reveal some little-known aspects of the Jehovah's Witness religion.