Category Archives: Doomsday Predictions

The Worst Convention Ever – Part 4: Propaganda Movies
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For decades, Jehovah’s Witnesses have attended yearly multi-day assemblies, often sitting through scorching heat, fighting off sleep, attempting to take notes during an onslaught of talk after talk, all the while secretly praying for the end to come. No, not … Continue reading

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The Worst Convention Ever – Part 2: The Bunker
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By now, you may have already seen what have become known as the “Bunker” videos shown during the 2016 Regional convention. The films are centred around a small group of Witnesses huddled in a basement converted into a makeshift bunker, … Continue reading

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The Friday Column: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Paradise Earth

EDITORS NOTE: The opinions expressed in the Friday Column do not necessarily reflect all viewpoints, but are intended to provoke thought and discussion among Jehovah’s Witnesses as well as those who have left the religion. Friday Column writers come from … Continue reading

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The Friday Column: “And a new Earth.”

Every once in a while, I’m asked why I bother keeping up with current events in the world of Jehovah’s Witnesses. My answer will usually depend on several factors, including, but not limited to: caffeine concentration in my bloodstream, looming … Continue reading

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The Friday Column: Watchtower, genocide, and armageddon
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When I was a Jehovah’s Witness, I didn’t like to talk about Armageddon. Don’t get me wrong, I loved to talk about the paradise. Who wouldn’t? I’d cheerfully tell anyone who asked, be they householder, interested person at the meetings, or … Continue reading

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“Great balls of fire!” – More doomsday artwork in new May 2015 Watchtower
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Not content with telling Witness children they may die if they don’t listen at meetings, Watchtower is making sure its doomsday message is heard loud and clear in the latest May 2015 public edition of the Watchtower magazine. A striking … Continue reading

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