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Specific Watchtower Prophetic Claims

Here is a compendium of prophetic statements the Watchtower has made and the documentation provided on David Reed’s website. (pp. 284-287) Continue reading

Preparing the False Prophecies Approach

Key Scripture: “When the prophet speaks in the name of Jehovah and the word is not fulfilled or does not come true, then Jehovah did not speak that word. The prophet spoke it presumptuously. You should not fear him’” (Deuteronomy 18:22, Watchtower translation).

The objective of The False Prophecies Approach is to show Jehovah’s Witnesses that the Watchtower organization is not the reliable guide it claims to be in that it has made numerous false prophecies. Continue reading

Watchtower Proof Texts Regarding Blood

I recommend that you try to keep the focus of the discussion on the changeability of Watchtower “truth” rather than on the substance of the teachings themselves. However, Witnesses may insist on making scriptural arguments in support of the current Watchtower ban on blood transfusions, so you need to be prepared to respond. (pp. 275-278) Continue reading

Specific Changes in Watchtower Health Issues Doctrines

Today, we will look at specific doctrinal changes the Watchtower has made over the years regarding three life and death health issues—vaccinations, organ transplants, and blood transfusions. Continue reading

Preparing the Life and Death Issues Approach

Key Scripture: “Nothing outside a man can make him ‘unclean’ by going into him. Rather, it is what comes out of a man that makes him ‘unclean’.” (Mark 7:15).

The objective of The Life and Death Issues Approach is to show Jehovah’s Witnesses that the Watchtower is not Jehovah’s channel of communication (as it claims to be) as shown by the fact that it has made radical changes in its teachings regarding life and death health issues.  Continue reading

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