How Can I Reach My Jehovah’s Witness Friends and Family?

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[ Author: Sally Peterson ]

If you have ever tried to reach a Jehovah’s Witness, then you are aware of how difficult this can be. You may have already tried countless times only to wind up in a tangled web of emotions which ended rather abruptly in a heated argument and accomplished nothing. There is an art to learning how to reach someone by carefully using questions to get them to stop and think. Knowing which questions to ask is the secret. Simply telling them the Watchtower is wrong and giving all the reasons why is not likely to be successful. You may have already discovered this does not work well.

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Don’t Use These Two Grammar Arguments with A Jehovah’s Witness

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[ Author: Rich Christian ]

Over the years I’ve learned various talking points to use with Jehovah’s Witnesses. As my knowledge base has grown, I’ve had to rethink some of the arguments that I’ve made; one’s, that at the time seemed convincing but were misguided. I’ve seen others making some of these same mistakes and I want to help remedy that.
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LDS Idolatry Proves Themselves Unworthy of Christ

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[ Author: Kathy Petersen ]

Is the title of this article a bold statement? Yes, but I can back it up with Scripture.

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The LDS Usurpation of Jesus’s Rightful Place

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[ Author: Kathy Petersen ]

This might seem a bold claim to make – that Mormons usurp the place of Jesus, removing Him from the spot He rightfully occupies and putting themselves in His place – but I can prove that they do this in at least the following four ways.

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Partaking of the Divine Nature – What Does All That Mean Anyway?

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[ Author: Kathy Petersen ]

A dog can be like a cat in many ways, but no matter how many likenesses we can draw between cats and dogs, a dog will never purr. When we talk about likenesses, it’s a good idea to keep in mind that there may be limitations to the level of “likeness” between any two things we are likening.

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