Ex-JWs, Atheists, Christianity & DEMONS!

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  1. By JESUSRULZZZAMEN on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    ask any missionary, …
    ask any missionary, objects can be demonized. ALL people coming from generational satanic cults/occult backgrounds are MPD/DID with added demonization usually attached to every ‘mpd part’. i suspect your x-friend was generational occult.
    i look forward to hearing your testimony. PTL JESUS CHRIST IS LORD!~

  2. By demonized666W on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    Yes, I do exist. I …
    Yes, I do exist. I even shape shift from myself to Gargamel whenever I am summoned to appear before the Governing Body.

  3. By imsosorry24 on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    From my studies of …
    From my studies of JW’s I think it is inaccurate to speak of “Christian” and “JW’s” as if they are two separate things… JW’s believe in and follow the actions and teachings of Christ, and are therefore “Christians”. In fact, I’d say they follow Christ, in general, better than many of the so-called “Christians”.

  4. By revniv on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    I’ve met ” …
    I’ve met “Christians” who became JWs who had basically no idea what the Christian faith was.Mostly they described themselves a Catholic,Anglican,Baptist but had no idea what that church taught.Whereas the JW who becomes a Christian has had a background in Biblical study.They can see the differences between what the JWs teach and what the Christian faith teaches.I say this as a “Christian” of 20 years who then was a JW of 30 years, then returned to being a Christian for the last 10 years.

  5. By revniv on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    The trouble is what …
    The trouble is what do you mean by an “ex-Christian” becoming a JW? How many “active” Christians become JWs. Most of them are Christian in name only. The majority have only beeen in a church for the usual, christenings, weddings and funerals. Many “Christians” who become JWs have hardly read the Bible. To compare a Christian becomes JW with a JW becomes Christian,is entirely different.
    continued in another posting

  6. By imsosorry24 on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    newage, sorry, I …
    newage, sorry, I meant “Ex-christian”.

  7. By imsosorry24 on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    I do agree with you …
    I do agree with you though, Shazoolo does revell in what ever the critics of JW’s have to say. I’ve seen him cheer the most vile anti-christian comments as long as they were also anti-JW’s. So yes, the truth is, he has absolutely no interest in what the “ex-christian” has to say if he/she’s now joined up with JW’s. He’s interested only in the comments critical of JW’s. this gives him the kind of insight he wants, and allows him to see what he wants to see….
    “Shazoolo Good” … “JW’s Bad”!!!

  8. By imsosorry24 on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    Newage, I wasn’t …
    Newage, I wasn’t trying to be a smart-ass, it’s just that what you said makes it sound like you view youself as an “ex-JW’s” …

    You said: “People are quick to listen to ex-Jw but how about you try listening to the experience of an “ex-Christian” who is now a Jehovahs Witness? Maybe you’re speaking in generalities and you were referring to ex-JW’s in general? But when I first read what you wrote, it kinda threw me, cause I know JW’s consider themselves Christians.

  9. By Newagegamer3018 on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    Of course Im not …
    Of course Im not saying that, I am a proud Christian and my soul cannot stop bearing witness to Jesus.

  10. By imsosorry24 on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    Newage, are you …
    Newage, are you saying you are no longer a Christian?

  11. By DawnofMorning on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    Everyone is one …
    Everyone is one sided when you think about it…we are on whatever side we ultimately choose.

  12. By THEHUNTINGFALCON on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    Could you tell me …
    Could you tell me JWinCT were it says anywere in the bible that you cannot celebrate birthdays. When my daughter was born it was the best day of my life. I remmember that day every year and will for the rest of my life. Isnt that a celebration of life and if there is a God, praizing the miracle of birth?

  13. By THEHUNTINGFALCON on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    Hi meadow040807 I …
    Hi meadow040807 I can remmember going to a meeting and the elder giving the talk about music. We got back home and my mother ripped down all my posters threw out all my records I was gutted. I was then given a book on Youths and masterbation sad sad times thank goodness Im out of it now and would never let my child asociate with this cult

  14. By barrybadranath on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    A practicing JW’s …
    A practicing JW’s speech will be restrained. An ex-JW will give you honest OPINIONS on their experiences, not restrained by fear of speaking openly or badly of the organization. Few witnesses speak as openly or honestly as you, Newagegamer, it is unfortunate but true.

  15. By Newagegamer3018 on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    Shaz why do you …
    Shaz why do you love the so-called “insight” of ex-Jws and yet not that of an actual practicing Jw? I know everything that they know, I have lived the life practicing my beliefs living through and pain and struggles just as many ex-Jw have. People are quick to listen to ex-Jw but how about you try listening to the experience of an ex-Christian who is now a Jehovahs Witness? But of course, there experience means very little to you since you do not agree with them. One-sided much?

  16. By rachelbinto on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    That and the fact …
    That and the fact that they’re “magically delicious”. That’s spiritism, LOL.

  17. By beardfreak1969 on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    … that’s “far” …
    … that’s “far” not “fas” – damned typos!! Christmas, I’m with you on that one. Totally wrapped up in pagan worship and also, IMO, totally materially corrupting. All IMO. A deal clincher? Not sure to be honest. I wouldn’t condemn somebody to eternal nothingness based around being stupid and going along with it.

  18. By beardfreak1969 on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    To be honest, I’m …
    To be honest, I’m not sure that anybody is actually worshipping their mother by passing on a few flowers. I don’t follow that custom, because I find it empty and my mum knows that I love & respect her. But really, if somebody wants to observe that day as special, who are you to say otherwise? Birthdays, same thing. I don’t celebrate them, but I don’t see them as being a deal clincher as fas as salvation is concerned.

  19. By krazzylad on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    FYI JWinct i speak …
    FYI JWinct i speak some german “gesundheit” translates to “health be with you”. English say bless you, because they thought if you were sick you must have sinned and God must have made you sick as a punishment. Typical religous thinking back by the 1st testement.

  20. By meadow040807 on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    jwinct- The origins …
    jwinct- The origins of almost all of these pagan celebrations are long lost. People do not associate paganism with Christmas Easter and mothers day. So why pick on these things. I knew in school that the calender was pagan, months named after gods. You and I both know that this is selective (Pharisaical) rule. All of these things are socially acceptable, hence should be a matter of conscience not dictated(Pharisaical)conscience…

  21. By JWinCT on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    Now, you might say, …
    Now, you might say, “Well what about wedding rings?”. Some Christian couples might agree to not use them; however, at this late date, the original meaning of the wedding ring is long lost, so it would be up to the couples’ Bible-trained conscience. This is why we are thankful for the faithful slave: If there has been no article warning of the pagan origins and religious history of a certain “pagan” thing/day, then a Christian is free to decide for HIMSELF ONLY what he will do.

  22. By JWinCT on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    Understood. We …
    Understood. We can’t help & are not responsible for what pagan religion the inventor or originator of certain things and ideas happened to claim. For example, the calendar is, by now, universal. THIS, however is the criteria that a true Christian should beware of, when prayerfully trying to decide whether to take part: If the pagan thing is or was ever used for pagan religious observance, (like birthdays, holidays, creature worship [Mothers Day], a true Christian wouldn’t partake of it.

  23. By meadow040807 on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    How about calendars …
    How about calendars and clocks both pagan..The months are all pagan….

  24. By meadow040807 on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    jwinct- Where do …
    jwinct- Where do you draw the line ? You have weddings which are full of paganism and you wear wedding rings pagan. You celebrate anniversary which there is no biblical support for. You wear ties and bracelets, all pagan !!! You cant pick and choose what you want it is all pagan…..

  25. By meadow040807 on Sep 16, 2008 | Reply

    Dawn-lol weird huh …
    Dawn-lol weird huh ..

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