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    more about Jehovah’s Witnesses than what I believed. As I see them as people speaking about their religion and going door to door to preach their word, I’ve learned that their religion related to Christianity is separate and have their own views about life and after life. Jehovah’s Witnesses also deal with issues viewed on a wise basis. Having friends with many religion backgrounds and having a few friends that have become my informants while participation in Jehovah’s Witnesses Kingdom Hall, Word Studies, and Conventions; has enticed me to dig deeper into their religion as Jehovah Witnesses.…

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    My wife and I, like most other people living in America, received a knock on our door by some Jehovah’s Witnesses. They had their material at “the ready” and started, as they often do, asking us about “paradise earth”. I invited them into our home. At the end of the discussion, we arranged a time for a follow-up visit. On their second visit, my wife and I were prepared with coffee (yes, they do drink coffee) and snacks. I also had some time to brush up on Jehovah’s Witnesses’ beliefs. The…

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    For a large part of History, Jehovah Witnesses have often been ostracized and somewhat unwelcomed throughout the world, due to the sometimes misunderstood religious perspectives they have. Jehovah Witnesses do belong to the larger religious group of Christianity but also have many distinct beliefs that separate them from many modern day Christians. The beliefs they have can influence their relationship to health and health precautions, and may have lasting impacts on their population…

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    When anyone asks me what my culture identity is, the first thing to pop into my head is everything I am surrounded by and the closest people to me, also the activities I do on the daily and how it is done. Culture is something that is shared and learned as you grow up. What you learned is partially who you end up being in the future whether you can identify it or not. I define my culture identity as the things I am closest to and who I am closest to, which happens to be Jehovah God, his word the…

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    strong family support and may have many members accompany prior to surgery (Minority Nurse, 2013). This may annoy staff members who have to fight for room in the pre-op area with family members or answer questions from numerous family members, but the family members may help prevent stress that otherwise may require unnecessary medication to alleviate. Under these culture norm may also prevent animosity from the health care staff. Different cultural types. Cultural belief and have impacts on…

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    There are about six million Jehovah’s Witnesses world-wide, with approximately one million in the USA and about one 148,000 in Canada. They are a Christian religion who believe that the bible is the literal word of God. Jehovah's Witnesses base their religious beliefs on a strict literal interpretation of the Bible and hold that eternal life may be forfeited if they do not exactly follow biblical commands (Doyle, J., 2011). There are several verses written in the bible about receiving blood…

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    The reason for the controversy is because they call themselves “Christians,” yet they have decided to stop worshiping Him as God. Jehovah’s Witnesses out rightly express in their website page that they do not worship Jesus as God. They only honor him as the Savior the God Jehovah assigned him to be for humanity. Although they emerged from protestant roots, catholic roots, and even Jewish roots like most Christians groups, they see the worship of Jesus as idolatrous. For this congregation, God…

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    Jehovah’s Witnesses compared to the rest of Christianity They are those strange people who leave pamphlets at your door. They mysteriously want nothing to do with medical procedures involving blood transfusions. They go to strange places called “Kingdom Halls” But who are they really? And what do they believe? These people are Jehovah’s witnesses. They are a very different debnomination than most of Christianity and often are thought of as strange or foreign by many others. Although they…

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    How many Jehovah’s Witnesses were killed in the Holocaust? The Jewish Virtual Library says 2,500-5000. Purpose: The author's purpose for the article was to inform the reader of the plight of Jehovah's Witnesses during the Holocaust. The intended audience is anyone who wants to know more about the Persecution of Jehovah’s witnesses. The Article’s premise is the Jehovah’s Witnesses were persecuted by the Nazis during the Holocaust. The author reaches the conclusion the Jehovah’s Witnesses were…

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    The Kingdom Hall is a single-story building. The sign is close to the road in front of the building that says “Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, the sign is in three languages, English, Spanish and Vietnamese. The services are called meetings. The colors of the building are neutral, mostly earth tone; the landscape is nice but also low key. When arriving there were no greeters meeting us at the front door, not like the traditional churches I attended in the past. The entrance was marble…

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