2016: The Year In Review – Part One: Jehovah’s Witnesses and Child Abuse

As we say goodbye to 2016 and welcome a new year, we reflect on the events which captured our attention

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Watchtower in crisis: Frustration grows at bethel as Governing Body focuses everything on Warwick

The Watch Tower Society is continuing to hemorrhage information. Hot on the heels of the leak of the annual meeting

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Is Watchtower imploding? 10 reasons why the end could be nigh

For many current and former Jehovah’s Witnesses who find themselves victimized by Watchtower’s cruel cult-like practices, the prospect of witnessing

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“You can keep $5,000 plus expenses, send the rest to us” – Watchtower completes stealth-tithing smash-and-grab

At the beginning of May, congregations all over the world were told of a new “Kingdom Hall and Assembly Hall

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Proposed new UK Chelmsford bethel receives mixed response

An Essex newspaper has reported that Jehovah’s Witnesses will likely be relocating their UK headquarters from Mill Hill, London to

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My review of the 2014 Yearbook

A regular highlight for Jehovah’s Witnesses is the release of the Yearbook, which chronicles the accomplishments of the organization over

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Watching the Watchtower over 2013 – the year in review

As 2013 winds to a close, we can now pause to reflect on what has proved an eventful year for

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More branch closures as Watchtower continues to downsize

With very little fanfare or ceremony, a further three countries have lost their local Watchtower branches, as the organization continues

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JW.org begins accepting credit card donations

The Watch Tower Society has started to accept credit card donations directly via its official website, JW.org. Anyone with a

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Why is God’s earthly organization so slow?

2012 has certainly been a very eventful year for the Watch Tower Society. Not only did they unveil a profound

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Patterson on the line: Watchtower claims that paying bond premium would lead to “immediate irreparable harm and hardship”

It has emerged that the ground-breaking Candace Conti case has taken another intriguing twist. As was reported in a previous

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Anthony Morris III attends 2012 Special Convention in Dublin

The Irish 2012 Special Convention was recently held at the Citywest Hotel complex in Dublin, and was attended by Governing

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Branch closures and fire sales – a growing trend for the Society?

As explained in the previous article, it is becoming increasingly evident that the Watch Tower Society has entered a period

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