I used to think that having Jehovah’s Witnesses read aloud a passage of Scripture would be enough to get through to them. I’d wait for them to concede the point the Scripture was making. Instead, they would often give me a blank stare.
They read the words, but the words didn’t sink in. They didn’t get the point.
What do you do if that happens?
Ask follow-up questions to bring out the meaning of the passage.
Let me give you an example. Continue reading
The Watchtower asks, “What group is noted for having no paid clergy, all of its members being preachers?”
It sets itself apart from the church of Christendom this way: “Some religious leaders do preach for money… In contrast, the Witnesses have no paid clergy, and often their Bible literature is offered without price to sincere seekers of truth…”
Usually, I avoid discussions on this topic because it’s not a salvation issue. However, sometimes we need to address it. Continue reading