News Bulletin: 2017 Film “Apostasy” Premieres in Toronto, Spain, and London

The beginning of September saw the unveiling of a new film with a unique single-word title: Apostasy. A word which

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JW Survey Welcomes New Global Survey Editor

Since 2011, The Global Survey launched by this website has been the cornerstone upon which JW Survey has built an

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News Bulletin: Will Jehovah’s Witnesses Provide Charity for Non-JW Refugees? Latest Watchtower Says NO!

While Jehovah’s Witnesses continue to represent themselves as a charitable religion, their latest Watchtower magazine strongly reminds its followers that any

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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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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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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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“Pay Up Joyfully to Jehovah”: New songbook includes not-so-subtle plea for donations

On Sunday we reported on how the 2016 annual meeting was less than thrilling compared to previous years. Witnesses have grown

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The 2016 annual meeting: The most uneventful in years?

In recent years, Jehovah’s Witnesses have come to expect much from Watchtower’s annual meeting – an ostensibly corporate event that has

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Did Watchtower fake a 1958 speech for propaganda purposes?

[Update: Since writing this article, it is clear that Watchtower did NOT fake the recording referred to. Here is my apology.]

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Science-denial to be a regular feature of Watchtower’s monthly JW Broadcasting episodes

Watchtower has a long and ignominious history with its forays into the realm of science. Charles Taze Russell’s 1914 film The Photo-Drama

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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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