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60 answers to 60 questions for Jehovah’s Witnesses

His feet will stand on the Mount of Olives

This is a continuation of a series of questions for Jehovah’s Witnesses. QUESTION #28 - If Jehovah is a spirit who only lives in heaven and who cannot ever be seen, how is it possible for him to reside in Jerusalem later (Zechariah 2:10-11)? It is not a question of “if” Jehovah is a spirit. [...]

2017-03-28T12:29:45+00:00 March 28th, 2017|60 Questions|4 Comments

Michael the Archangel and Jesus Christ

QUESTION #17 - According to Revelation 22:6, Jehovah sent his angel. However, several verses later in the same chapter at Revelation 22:16, it says Jesus sent his angel. How can this be true unless Jesus is Jehovah? Jehovah's Witnesses believe that Jehovah has given Jesus all authority, in heaven and on earth. That means [...]

2017-03-20T17:55:05+00:00 March 20th, 2017|60 Questions|29 Comments

More Trinity Questions for Jehovah’s Witnesses

QUESTION #13 - According to Revelation 1:7-8, Jesus is called the Alpha and Omega, Jehovah God, and the Almighty. We know it is Jesus because in verse 7 it says he was pierced. Jesus was the one that was pierced. Also, it says "he is coming" which means the one who was pierced (Jesus) is [...]

2017-03-16T12:30:14+00:00 March 16th, 2017|60 Questions|12 Comments

The Lamb who was slaughtered is worthy

QUESTION #12 - According to Revelation 5:13-14, 'the One' (God the Father) and the Lamb (Jesus) are both worshipped at the same time. The Bible is clear that only the one true God may be worshipped. How then can the Lamb (Jesus) be worshipped if he is not God? ANSWER - Some might wonder [...]

2017-08-19T10:20:27+00:00 March 15th, 2017|60 Questions|23 Comments

Ignorant and unstable persons distort the truth

QUESTION #10 - In your Kingdom Interlinear Translation of John 14:14, it shows the word 'me' in the original text that is missing. A word for word literal translation would be something like, "if ever anything you should ask me in the name of me, this shall I do." So if translated correctly, it means [...]

2017-03-13T19:28:43+00:00 March 13th, 2017|60 Questions|12 Comments

The LORD said to my lord

QUESTION #9 - How do you explain both Jehovah and Jesus being called by the same titles (eg. 'Lord of Lords', 'Savior', 'Mighty God', 'First and the Last', 'King of Israel', 'Rock', 'Light', 'Almighty', 'Alpha and Omega', and ‘Shepherd')? ANSWER - This is easily explained by those who know the Scriptures. First, Jesus is [...]

2017-03-13T05:03:52+00:00 March 13th, 2017|60 Questions|14 Comments

The Coming of Christ in the Glory of Jehovah

QUESTION #8 - According to John 12:41, John says Isaiah saw Jesus' glory and spoke about him. The New World Translation has a cross reference pointing back to Isaiah 6:1,8. There, Isaiah saw Jehovah and spoke about him. There is even a cross reference pointing to John 12:41. So the Watchtower agrees that these scriptures [...]

2017-05-05T06:39:20+00:00 March 10th, 2017|60 Questions, Isaiah|3 Comments

Breakdown this temple and in three days I will raise it up

QUESTION #6 - When was Jehovah ever valued at 30 silver pieces as stated in Zechariah 11:12-13? And why does your Bible have a cross reference pointing to the New Testament which is about how Jesus was betrayed for 30 silver pieces? ANSWER - The questioner does not understand the prophecy of Zechariah. The [...]

2017-03-08T19:16:12+00:00 March 8th, 2017|60 Questions|4 Comments

Stop being unbelieving but become believing

QUESTION #5 - Thomas called Jesus 'God' with a big 'G' at John 20:28. Jesus not only failed to correct Thomas, but he actually confirmed that Thomas was correct. How can this be, if Jesus is not God? ANSWER - In my opinion one of the most important qualities for a person to cultivate [...]

2017-03-07T16:59:40+00:00 March 7th, 2017|60 Questions|55 Comments

Jesus Christ – the only-begotten god

"No man has seen God at any time; the only-begotten god who is at the Father’s side is the one who has explained Him." Question #4 - According to the Bible, Jesus is 'God' with a big 'G' (Isaiah 9:6, John 20:28, etc). The Watchtower teaches that Jesus is 'a God' or 'a separate God', [...]

2017-03-06T16:01:00+00:00 March 6th, 2017|60 Questions|12 Comments

Jehovah makes Jesus a Mighty God

QUESTION #3 - According to Isaiah 9:6, Jesus is called 'Mighty God'. The Watchtower teaches that Jesus is rightly called 'Mighty God', but this doesn't mean he is 'Almighty God'. Since this is the case, how do you explain Jehovah being called 'Mighty God' just a single chapter later in Isaiah 10:21? Using consistent [...]

2017-07-02T17:58:16+00:00 March 5th, 2017|60 Questions|18 Comments

Did the Jews think Jesus claimed to be God?

This question is found at jwlies.com QUESTION #2 - In your Bible, you have a section of John 8:58 translated as "I have been" when it should have been translated "I am". Why would the Jews have tried stoning him after he simply said "I have been"? Jesus had just got done saying that [...]

2017-03-05T07:33:59+00:00 March 4th, 2017|60 Questions|7 Comments

Jesus created all things

This is the first of a series of 60 answers to 60 questions for Jehovah's Witnesses found at the website JW Lies. QUESTION #1 - How do you explain the direct correlation between Hebrews 1:10-12 and Psalms 102:25-27? They both say the same thing almost word-for-word and there are even cross references in your Bible [...]

2017-03-04T12:45:01+00:00 March 4th, 2017|60 Questions|52 Comments

War, Famine and Pestilence – the Coming Apocalypse

Tuesday, September 27 The proconsul . . . became a believer.—Acts 13:12. Because the Jews were so widely dispersed throughout the Roman world, many non-Jews became familiar with the Hebrew Scriptures. They learned that there is only one true God and that those who serve him are held to high ethical and moral standards. Moreover, the Hebrew Scriptures [...]

2017-06-02T11:12:00+00:00 September 27th, 2016|60 Questions, Commentary|26 Comments

This is What Jehovah Has Said

"For this is what the Sovereign Lord Jehovah has said: ‘Here I am, I myself, and I will search for my sheep and care for them. According to the care of one feeding his drove in the day of his coming to be in the midst of his sheep that have been spread abroad, that is the way that I shall care for my sheep; and I will deliver them out of all the places to which they have been scattered in the day of clouds and thick gloom.'" 

The prophesied desolation of Jerusalem and the Jewish exile in Babylon was by no means the end of Jehovah’s dealings with his renegade nation. Another significant aspect, not only of the book of Ezekiel, but of all Hebrew prophecy, has to do with the liberation, restoration and revival of God’s covenanted people. Although the nation as a whole, particularly the leadership, failed to live up to the obligations of the covenant into which their forefathers had entered with God, Jehovah did not stay resentful nor did he cast them off forever, but he extended forgiveness and mercy in a very large way to a chastened remnant.

But the relationship between God and his people was not to be as before. No, in his compassion Jehovah purposed to permanently repair his relationship with the Jews. At least that is what the prophecies relate. But while it is noteworthy that the repatriated Jews did not resume the degrading form of idolatry that they had practiced before their exile, it is also apparent that the prophecy of Ezekiel only had a relative fulfillment with regard to the post-exilic Jewish society. More importantly, the shadows cast by this portion of the prophecy have profound significance for Jehovah’s Witnesses at the coming of Christ, which is the subject of this article.


2017-08-10T07:23:12+00:00 March 14th, 2013|60 Questions, Ezekiel|3 Comments
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