In agreement with most orthodox Christians, Jehovah's Witnesses affirm the full inspiration of the Bible by God and the preservation of its copies over the centuries.
Witnesses see the Bible as a gift from God that tells humans about what God is like, how to cope with problems, and how to please God.
Who We Are – Ex-Jehovah’s Witnesses for Jehovah Many who are in the process of leaving the Watchtower organization or are thinking of leaving may not want to think about religion.
In fact, many who leave have totally rejected religion.
Communion - Jehovah's Witnesses (also known as the Watchtower Society) observe the "Lord's Evening Meal" as a memorial to Jehovah's love and to Christ's redemptive sacrifice.
Baptism - Jehovah's Witnesses beliefs teach that baptism by total immersion in water is a symbol of dedicating one's life to God.Jehovah Witness doctrine was founded by Charles Taze Russell.He was only 18 years old when he began a Bible study that focused on the second coming of Jesus, as well as the chronology of the Bible.Although our website is affiliated with the Christian ministry Witnesses for Jesus, Inc., we are not a religion or a church.We are a non-profit Christian ministry committed to sharing the biblical perspective on Jehovah’s Witness beliefs and practices and most of our funding comes through individual people who believe in our mission, vision and values.John : “And no one has ascended into heaven, but He who descended from heaven, even the Son of Man.” JEHOVAH’S WITNESS ARGUMENT: The Watchtower Society teaches that only 144,000 people will live eternally in heaven while the rest of faithful mankind will only have the prospect of living forever in “Paradise” earth.