Serena Williams would vote for Barack Obama if she could. Don’t even ask Venus Williams what her political leanings are.
The Williams sisters, vocal on so many issues from fashion to gender equality and equal pay for women, say they’re not allowed to vote because of their religion. The sisters, who have 14 Grand Slam singles titles between them and are among the most recognizable athletes in sports, are Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Another Ex-Jehovah’s Witness site. This one seems a lot better than many I’ve seen, though. It doesn’t push the hate or get all evangelical on you. Worth a look.
These are the diaries and musings of a woman who was raised as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses, left the faith as a teen and lives as a disfellowshipped adult, shunned by her family.
The lawsuit of a Calgary man who claimed his daughter was brainwashed into rejecting blood transfusions by members of her Jehovah’s Witness church has been thrown out.
But Lawrence Hughes vowed yesterday to continue his fight and appeal the ruling of Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Alan Macleod.
But they also say, contradicting the teachings of many faiths, that truth comes in many forms. Large majorities of Americans say that many religions – – not just their own — can lead to eternal life, and that there is more than one way to interpret religious teachings…
The most striking exceptions are Mormons and Jehovah’s Witnesses….