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Jehovah’s Witness Saves A Life

See? It’s not always bad news.

Christianity or Cult?

The thing is: there are four beautiful girls from the Jehovah’s Witnesses church that knock on our door every single week. They stopped by last night again. They are very sweet people and that is one of the reasons which stop Brian and I from suggesting them to stop insisting. We feel really bad. We have no intention to be mean.
Although my husband and I have already told them we are individuals belonging to The Baptist Church, they do not seem to get it. They keep knocking. Extremely persistent. And we just cannot find the right, nice words to say we totally disagree with most of their beliefs; therefore, we have no interest in joining the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Personally, I am not prejudiced against any religious. You do not have to believe in what I believe to be my friend. I respect any denomination. I am not that judgemental when it comes to religious. Not at all.

This blog isn’t the easiest to read. The creator uses grey type over a black background. Yikes! But the story will probably bug you more than the typeface because we’ve all seen Witness parents who use their cute little kids to win a few more converts. Anyway… ::Shakes head::

Parents of sextuplets given transfusions lose court fight

VANCOUVER — A B.C. court says a child’s right to life trumps a parent’s charter right to guide their medical treatment in the case of four sextuplets taken from their Jehovah’s Witness parents.

Jehovah’s Witnesses sure get a lot more press in Canada than in the U.S. When we had Terry Schiavo, they had a Witness in need of blood transfusion. I gotta say the blood transfusion gets them a lot of press there, but it doesn’t exactly endear them to anyone. It’s bad press, ya know? Guess any press is better than none.

Here’s another story about this case. You can find a few more news tidbits on this one here.

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The Atheist Geek is a former Jehovah's Witness turned secular humanist. He's a lifelong sci-fi geek and a writer wannabe.
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