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What Do The Seven Times Mean?

This article was prompted by a question from a reader. For more questions from readers see the Mailbag. If Christ's presence didn't begin in 1914 like Jehovah's witnesses teach, how do we explain the chronology Jehovah's witnesses use to lead up to 1914, that is, the seven times, or 2520 days?  _____________________   It seems reasonable that [...]

2018-06-01T18:05:46-04:00June 25th, 2014|Page Two|40 Comments

(7) Let him that has ears listen

It can be painful and traumatic to come to terms with deliberate deception, especially when it is discovered that the deceit emanates from a person of whom we may be fond, or an institution with which we may be associated.

We see it all the time. People cannot believe their trusted political leaders can be so two-faced and treacherous. Churchgoers simply refuse to consider the possibility that nearly everything they are told by their clergy is a lie. And it is especially hard for Jehovah's Witnesses to come to grips with the fact that the Watchtower has dealt treacherously with them and has misled them, particularly as regards the supposed return of Jesus Christ in 1914. After all, Jehovah's Witnesses have the truth. All the error and falsehood exists outside the protective organization. Right?

2016-12-08T15:12:12-04:00May 8th, 2013|WT Review|1 Comment

How close are we…?


2016-12-08T15:12:25-04:00February 16th, 2013|Mailbag|0 Comments

The Final Witness – How Will People Respond?

QUESTION: Throughout your website you mention that the preaching work presently undertaken by JW's is just a prelude to the much larger work that will be done just before the end comes (Matt 24:14).  How exactly will this preaching work look, and who/what will carry it out?  Who will respond to it?

2016-12-08T15:12:27-04:00January 5th, 2013|Mailbag|9 Comments