Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania

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  • Reflection On Jehhovah Witness

    These brochures lecture two different things from their bible as they call the “Watchtower” that preaches all of their beliefs. Jehovah’s have been seen and treated with different combinations of emotions, as far as admiration and hatred. For instance, I recall growing up and hearing an early knock on a Saturday morning, not knowing it was a group of Jehovah’s Witnesses trying to preach their beliefs. By the tone of my mother’s voice I could tell she was not pleased that they were trying to preach their beliefs to her. I remember my mom 's exact words “ We are Catholic and we only believe in the Catholic faith.” There were times when my mother didn’t allow us to even open the door to them, and to be honest, I felt bad for that fact that these people seemed friendly, yet they were for seen with much…

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  • Satan In Popular Culture

    Satan represents everything God is not. He is evil, murderous, a liar, and a tempter. He is one of the biggest influences in the bible, manipulating people to choose sin. However, his character is never fully revealed, leaving a lot of questions unanswered. Popular culture has come to answer these questions by creating satanic figures for contemporary audiences. In this essay I will mainly be using a ‘world in, and in front of the text’ approach to analyse how Satan’s appearance and attributes…

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  • The Negative Effects Of Violent Video Games On Young Children

    solving and multitasking abilities, but the violent video games we see today have a greater impact on children then most recreational things they do. The Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania website points out: “According to the book Getting to Calm, ‘violent video games probably have a greater impact on behavior than television, because kids aren’t merely watching the fierce and bloody hero—they are the hero. Because game playing mirrors principles of learning, [they are]…

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  • Traditions Vs. Jehovah's Witnesses

    the last of the apostles died. • There is no proof that Jesus was born on December 25; his birth date is not recorded in the Bible. • We believe that Christmas is not approved by God because it is rooted in pagan customs and rites.—2 Corinthians 6:17.(WATCH TOWER BIBLE AND TRACT SOCIETY OF PENNSYLVANIA,…

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