Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that Jehovah is the only true God and creator of all things, and that all worship should be directed toward him, and that:

The entire Protestant canon of scripture is considered the inspired, inerrant word of God. Jehovah’s Witnesses consider the Bible to be scientifically and historically accurate and reliable and interpret much of it literally, but accept parts of it as sym

Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that Satan:

Satan was originally a perfect angel, and as a result of his desire for power, caused Adam and Eve to disobey God, leading to humanity becoming participants in the competition between Jehovah and Satan for universal sovereignty. Witnesses believe that hum

Jehovah’s Witnesses believe death:

Witnesses believe that a small selection make it to Heaven, but that the hope for life after death for the majority involves being resurrected by God to a cleansed Earth after Armageddon.

Jehovah’s Witnesses typically worship and study:

Kingdom Halls are where Witnesses congregate for ‘meetings’, which are typically in a defined territory, and are functional in character.

Views and beliefs are typically conservative Christian in nature, including:

The family unit is very important to Jehovah’s Witnesses. The family structure is patriarchal, but the husband/father considers the opinions of the whole family in decisions. Marrying a non-believer is strongly discouraged, as is divorce.
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