- The Resurrection: What? - In order to discuss the resurrection effectively with Jehovah’s Witnesses, Christians need to have a clear understanding of the differences between Christian doctrine and Watchtower teachings.
- The Resurrection: How? - The Watchtower claims that there are two types of resurrection bodies—spiritual (suited for life in heaven only) and physical (suited for life on earth only). Let’s look at two passages in 1 Corinthians 15 which it uses as proof texts to see if it is right or wrong.
- The Resurrection: Who? - In its article, “What is the Resurrection?” (located under the tab “Bible Teachings” on the Watchtower’s website, jw.org), the Watchtower says that everyone will be resurrected. But then it tells us that they won’t.
- The Resurrection: Why? - Christians believe that all of the dead will be resurrected in the end times either to live forever in paradise (the saved) or to experience everlasting conscious punishment (the unsaved)... But the Watchtower teaches something quite different.
- The Resurrection: When? - The resurrection will be a reuniting of soul and body that will take place in the end times. So far as we know, no one other than Jesus Christ has been resurrected yet. The Watchtower disagrees.
- The Resurrection: Where? - The Watchtower teaches the resurrection of the dead will be to two separate and distinct locations--heaven or earth. But let's look at what the Bible says.