Jehovah’s Witnesses, Christmas, and the Grinch

In 1957, the acclaimed children’s author Dr. Seuss penned a beloved classic, the tale of a grumpy green monster whose

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2016: The Year In Review – Part Two: Vanishing Books, Blood, Videos, Telly Awards, and Farewell to Brooklyn

In Part One of our 2016 review, we managed to scrape the surface of some of the more significant articles

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Coercion or Personal Choice?: The Reality of the Jehovah’s Witness Stance on Blood

The recent tragic deaths of two Jehovah’s Witnesses in Canada, Eloise Dupuis and Mirlande Cadet, have focused media and political attention on the

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Upcoming 2017 JW Assembly Encourages Witness Youths to Lie About Homosexuality

Theocratic Warfare has long been a controversial aspect of Watchtower theology. Often dressed up in with euphemisms and wordplay to

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Phelicity Sneesby: The story Watchtower didn’t tell you

“Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.” -Mark Twain     February’s edition

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Spotlight: The movie every Jehovah’s Witness simply MUST watch

Last night my wife and I were able to watch an exceptional movie – one of those rare cinematic experiences

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