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Many opinions I held as a Witness regarding doctrine, life and other people were wrong, due to an upbringing filled predominantly with information provided by the Watchtower. With Watchtower leaders claiming to be dispensing information from God, a Witness child's critical thinking skills are bypassed, and they accept Watchtower statements as truth.

This section links to a variety of Watchtower related topics not related to doctrine, covering common misconceptions held by Jehovah's Witnesses, along with a range of topics helpful when one is contemplating whether or not they should remain associated with the organization.

Topics of Interest

15 Minute Guide to Truth

About JWfacts

Always been Jehovah's Witnesses?

Beards and Attire

Blog - Random Musings

Comments from Readers

Divorce - rate amongst Witnesses

Experiences

Famous Jehovah's Witnesses

Fear & Cult Mind Control

Growing Up a Jehovah's Witness

Helping Someone Leave

Historical Publications

Homosexuality and Transgenderism

Internet - Future affect on Watchtower Growth

Links

Mental Illness

Personal files - how I got mine from Bethel

Questions to ask your Bible Study Conductor

Quotes

Rhetorical Fallacy - the art of false reasoning

Similar Religions

Truth - Is it?

Vegetarianism Past & Future

Watchtower Statistics

War

Where else to go?

What's wrong with being a Witness?

Of critical importance are the topics on mind control and rhetorical fallacy. These articles uncover techniques used by the Watchtower to make inaccurate ideas and statements appear to be correct, and lead to Witnesses being convinced that they alone know truth. It explains why it is so hard for a devoted Witness to understand why what they believe is wrong and why they find it difficult to leave.

Once you are aware of how the Watchtower works you will no doubt be interested in the information at Helping Someone Leave, so as to know topics and techniques to use to assist a person realise the Watchtower does not teach truth.



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