The religion of Jehovah’s Witnesses is ‘True Christianity’
Aging…the sentence of death that ‘time’ imposes upon us all, makes it my duty to you, my family, to investigate and identify “what dreams may come when we have shuffled off this mortal coil.” as was so eloquently put. My understanding of the Bible is not someone’s “interpretation” of its contents, but is simply the contents presented and learned as a whole. Looking into any book with preconceived notions, you will misunderstand, or, if you wish, misinterpret its contents. Read/study the sixty-six books of the Bible casting aside what the so-called preachers/priests tell you is in it, and learn the truth for yourself. Ask and it will be given, knock and it will be opened. (Matthew 7:7)
By TRUTH, we mean to say that this source of information must be, 1) truly a work that is both inspired by and protected by God, our Creator, 2) recognizable in its entirety as a harmonious and complete message and, 3) must be presented so as to prove that all other schisms of religion, so-called Christian and otherwise, are doubtlessly invented by men and angels and are not those of God (Elohim…Jehovah), the Creator that gave us the words of the prophets and the apostles for us to prepare ourselves for life eternal in the Kingdom of, and by, God.
First of all, you and I were led to believe that Charles Taze Russell was the “founder” of the beliefs of Jehovah’s Witnesses. This is absolutely not the case. The links above and below will explain and can be corroborated by many witness and non-witness sources.
The name “Jehovah’s Witnesses” is nothing more than a title for a group of people who wish to be recognized separately and above the churches and other schisms of Christianity, and apart from all other of the world’s religions. Jehovah’s Witnesses are a group, an organization, not a religion. This has to be understood before anything else can make sense. The “religion” of Jehovah’s Witnesses is, however, true Christianity as taught by Jesus Christ, himself, and his apostles.
” When we read the Scriptures, we should take into account the context and the overall tenor of the Bible.”(Let Us Compare Scripture With Scripture – WT Study Ed. 2006)
When you have questions and issues at work, sometimes the answers can be simple; i.e. you ask a colleague, or consult a reference a manual. Sometimes, however, the answers require extensive research, which often means using multiple sources and/or references. So why then, should understanding our Creator’s publication, The Bible, be any different?
Given there are sixty six separate books within the total bibliography of the Bible, and knowing they all play a part in understanding the book in its entirety, why would anyone try to formulate a belief system by using only parts of the whole? (e.g. “The old testament,” or “The new testament.”) Also, since this work is the only book provided to us by our creator, why would we go to any other books, especially those concocted by humans or angels, to corroborate its contents, when it, itself, is complete and unique.?
The sixty six contiguous books are recognized throughout the centuries of man’s existence as part of the Bible’s cannonic whole. Each book is known to pertain to the others within the overall volume in very specific ways, and in light of this, for anyone to say, “I live only by the *gospels,” is to say, “I am ignorant and know very little about anything.” Somewhat akin to learning how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide, and then calling yourself a mathematician. (*The gospels are what some call the first four books of the Christian Greek scriptures; Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.)