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The Kingdom of the Cults Chapter Summary & Analysis - Jehovah's Witnesses and The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society Summary

Walter Martin
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Jehovah's Witnesses and The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society Summary and Analysis

The chapter begins with five general facts about the beliefs of Jehovah's Witnesses. First, they believe Jesus is not Jehovah God. Rather, he is the first and only direct creation of God and the agent through which Jehovah made all other things. Second, they believe true followers of Jesus worship the true and almighty God, Jehovah, who is not a Trinity. Third, Jehovah's Witnesses claim Jesus was raised from the dead, not with a physical body, but as a "mighty spirit creature." Fourth, they believe the second coming of Jesus already happened in 1914 and since then he has been an invisible spiritual presence. Lastly, the dead are said to exist only in God's memory and the wicked will not be punished with conscious torment (will not experience hell), but...

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