As details emerge about what exactly happened the night of the homicide in Lowell, some opinions about the Jehovah’s Witnesses’ faith are starting to come to light — views that many say are untrue of the religion.
This is a brief synopsis of the study on this subject which can be found in its entirety at: Why the Jehovah’s Witnesses Grow So Rapidly – A Theorietical Application Journal of Contemporary Religion, Vol. 12, No. 2, 1997
POLICE in Ghana were recently called to a hospital that had been besieged by a bunch of crazy Jehovah’s Winesses objecting to a blood transfusion for a five-year-old boy.
One particular evening, after repeatedly saying ‘No Thanks’, to someone trying to hand me a pamphlet a young man quipped as he left my porch, “Man, he’s a jerk.” I was incensed. I’m a jerk? This group had been working our neighborhood for their local brain washing Bible School. They give these Bible Schools cool names like ‘Youth On Fire’ and ‘Make A Difference’. It’s all the same brain washing crap. To make this short, I decided that I wanted to have a hand out of my own the next time one of these presumptive, uneducated savants darkened my door. So, I wrote the following.
I’m with this guy, as most readers can tell from my many articles on evangelism. Though I don’t get quite as ticked off until after I’ve asked them to leave me alone 10 or 20 times.
The line for these bad boys starts to the left.