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If I die now by obeying God’s law, in the future it means I’ll be resurrected and live in a perfect new world.
And they remove law-breakers or sinners from their midst. First of all, what right do I have to examine this religion, to call it dangerous?
All in all, they sound like pretty good associates. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted in 1948 asserts the right of human beings to hold any faith or none; Ok, I held to Jehovah’s Witnesses faith for most of my life; I had that right.
Witnesses are also quick to highlight possible medical problems associated with transfusion.
The Witness attitude is, “If I lose my life for God it’s worth it.
Witnesses also assume they can’t get HIV if they take fractions.
Fractions are blood and if a transfusion can transmit HIV, so can blood components which most often are made from many donations of blood that have been pooled and more difficult to test; however, the risk of contracting HIV from a blood transfusion is extremely low nowadays, something JWs are not informed of.
Now, here’s my favorite: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states each of us have the right to enjoy freedom of expression, which by any open-minded definition includes my freedom to agree or disagree with the tenets of any religion. The article discussed what exactly the Bill of Rights was; why it was needed, and what liberties it helped to preserve in the United States.
When I was part of JWs Writing Department during the time I lived and worked at the world headquarters of JWs in New York for over ten years, I prepared an article about the U. My efforts writing the article turned out to be a labor of love as I saw that JWs were definers of freedom by testing the principles of religious freedom in the U. I was proud of JWs struggle in the highest courts of the land for the freedom to exercise the courage of their conviction. The decisions were favorable to JWs in 47 of the cases that the Court considered.” In their short history, JWs challenged any law or ordinance that interfered with their religious activities, and through their litigation, helped set in place insulation for religious organizations from lawsuits. The fear of excommunication or disfellowshipping with its severe life-altering sanction, that of shunning by the whole community of JWs including relatives such as parents and adult children. Of course, there were ups and downs because whenever there are so many people interacting together as there are in this group and then at their world headquarters where there were 4,000 people, there’s bound to be some friction. The major reason for that was because “ignorance was bliss.” JWs Became the Oppressors Witnesses hear and read a great deal about the positives of being a Witness at their meetings and literature.
For instance, there’s a clotting fraction that’s given to those with hemophilia which Witnesses are now allowed to receive in cases of massive bleeding.
However, studies are showing that this clotting product, when given to healthy people, can and is causing heart attacks and strokes.
But it’s okay to eat the cheese, crust, tomato, salami, etc. Flip-Flops and Misrepresentation Most Witnesses don’t know that from 1934 to 1945, the organization allowed blood transfusions.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating