2013 Survey: Never Baptized

Who can answer this Survey?

  • Those who have NEVER been baptized as Jehovah’s Witnesses
  • Both those who are studying with Jehovah’s Witnesses and those who are not
  • Both those who are related to Jehovah’s Witnesses and those who are not
  • Both those who have close friends who are Jehovah’s Witnesses, and those who do not

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If you meet all of the above criteria, please continue . . .


When ready, please answer the following questions:

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7 thoughts on “2013 Survey: Never Baptized

  • March 4, 2013 at 4:04 pm
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    A comprehensive survey! I hope that many will participate this year, and I’ll publicize the survey to that end.

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  • April 3, 2013 at 2:05 pm
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    Pedophilia: treated as a judicial matter rather than a crime

    Please explain better, it should go to jail. And serve time 75 years minimun

    Any toys with magical connotations (such as Sparlock) should be thrown away

    Better explanation needed

    Jesus Christ is only a mediator for the 144,000, and not for any members of the Great Crowd

    Better explanation needed

    Jesus Christ is only a mediator for the 144,000, and not for any members of the Great Crowd

    Better explanations needed

    Do you believe that the 144,000 mentioned in Revelation is a literal number?

    They are clearly the jews, probably the ones that already has Jesus as there Messiah, they are called the mesianic jews.

    Christmas is to be rejected as a pagan celebration, even though wedding rings also have pagan origins

    It’s a pagan celebration, change the name of what ever is done in December. and celebrated Jesus birth in spring / summer.

    Good luck and this is my first time. Hope more people will join.

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  • April 23, 2013 at 6:32 am
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    almost a year and a half ago i told part of my story in a couple of youtube videos..
    I think all religions are harmful to humanity. I think believing in things that have no evidence is foolish.. and i think it really sucks that my family wont even talk to me because i dont buy into talking snakes.. And most of all i think its horrible that my youngers siblings are being brainwashed and are not allowed to talk to me.
    want more info just ask, my life is an open book.

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  • September 2, 2013 at 2:14 pm
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    just to clarify
    ~ None. I agree with all teachings and practices contained in Watchtower publications
    We were to click on this if we disagree? I clicked on all the items I disagree with, but this was a bit confusing.

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  • September 23, 2013 at 7:59 am
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    Regarding other JW´s beliefs I disagree:

    – Prohibition to study the Bible without their literature.
    – Putting their literature as equal or better than the Bible.
    – Prohibiting independent thinking.
    – Calling themselves Christians.
    – Claiming that Jesus Christ is archangel Michael, since there is no biblical evidence for that.
    – The “Theocratic war strategy” or “Jehovah´s” permission to lie (applied only to them).
    – Their rejection of the Trinity.
    – Their lies, fake information, fake sources and out of context quoting in their literature with the pourpose of confusing their victims.
    – Their belief on an institutiona salvation.
    – A long, very long list of etc.

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  • October 8, 2013 at 8:40 pm
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    Their utter disregard for imperfection or human behavior, emotions biological make up, mistakes or most things in general.
    They promote hatred, segregation, disgust and prejudice and yet preach about love.
    Their over use of the term bad associations spoil useful habits as a way of segregating themselves above everyone else.
    Their inability to see how self righteous and haughty they are and their hypocrisy in condemning those traits in others.
    Their Callous and sadistic viewpoints on looking forwards to the day everyone dies. The way they speak about it is if they are disassociating their emotions from the actual reality of it as they speak they talk about how they are looking forward to it i find that evil.
    The way they twist science to suit themselves and ignore what doesn’t fit with their beliefs
    Their intolerance towards people who aren’t in their cult. The wording they use to justify this does not follow Jesus words in the bible nor is it conclusive to loving your neighbor.
    The twisting of answers to suit themselves taken from out of context passages of the bible and their denial to acknowledge this.
    The way they force honest people to lie and pretend they want to be jehovahs witnesses rather than face losing their families. The way they justify this.
    Their pretentiousness and insincerity they show in their failure to admit to themselves and others that their main reason for being a Jehovah witness and following the rules is not altruism and love of god as they like to promote but to save their own skin and that of their families so they don’t die at Armageddon.

    Im sure i could come up with a few more if i thought hard enough

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  • October 14, 2013 at 7:24 am
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    Thank you for allowing non-JWs to take this survey. I am married to a JW who has returned after fading for thirty years. I attend meetings with her and studied with an Elder for some months before realizing the thrust of our Bible study was merely an introduction to my becoming a JW. While interested in the Bible, I have no interest in joining a religious organization.

    I would like to know the results of this survey and refer my wife to this site as well. She will find it interesting.

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