• Yep, bats.It crazy. Abusers in the fullest sense of the word. They take your mind, your family and your life.

    Try to leave JWs after joining. If you decide it's not a true religion, you cannot publicly share your concerns. If you do, or you even think thoughts contrary to " current " WT theology, you will be " disfellowshipped" ..Which means your family will never again speak to you or have any dealings with you. Their loyalty is to the " organization". Not Jesus or God. It's a terrible mind control cult.

  • They're obviously crazy

    When shuffled in the mix among other religions do jehova's whiteness' stand out as being more crazy? That's debatable, but they've predicted doomsday multiple times and life went on. I can immagine the disappointment on their faces the next day. They shun apostates, at least they don't kill them!
    We don't have to respect people's superstitions and myths, we can call them out for what they are... Crazy.

  • 8 billion dead

    Crazy. Their belief is that Gods message has been received by 8 million people and that soon God will kill the remaining 8 billion on earth, including children. Their early work in Paradise will include dealing with all the dead. God is love just apparently has not been the most successful at finding a clear channel of communication because success is not 8 million people. Also have to kill 8 billion feels like a tough thing to do. Crazy as they come. If you want further support look at their practice of shunning or treatment of children who have been abused it their wild overstep of creating laws that are not based on scripture ( prohibition on birthdays ).

  • Indeed, Axiomatically Mental

    "Crazy" depicts a disparity between one's own inner cognitive model vis the actual universe we inhabit and our place in it. As I read all the opposing views, it is inescapable that the half or full defenses against JW mental imbalance are coming from a place of similar cognitive dissonance as whom they purport to defend. IE: They are defending themselves by proxy of support toward the JW folk. The "Non-Believers" seem to form the only group where all the "Believers" can exhibit a brief flash of unity. If we "Non-Believers" were less charitable - we could go back underground and the "Believers" could get back to hurting each other - as their stain through history promises they shall default upon.

  • Religion in General

    Religion in general has an undertone that speaks insanity with perhaps the exception of Deism, which does not specifically fall under "Religion" . In particular Jehovas share somewhat in common with their young earth brothers and sisters spread worldwide. Firstly a belief should be largely based upon evidences, and claims made should have the ability to be substantiated. One such belief that evidence actually opposes is the Jehova claim that Adam/Eve myth is true and claim for humanity being around 6000 years of age since those two individuals; Both of which evidence is so strong against, it would be illogical to believe.

    Further more the claim that Christ could have a "Father" that is not of this earth and that a women could give birth outside of conception is ludicrous to all evidence that we have today. One question arises, "Does God have DNA?" For if he does not then Christ would only contain the DNA of his mother. Also did God impregnate Mary himself to provide the Sperm?

    All these questions have answers that are based on logic and reason, and are highly provable through evidence. Only "Faith" in things that are illogical could lead you to this position. Faith in illogical concepts is by definition Crazy.

    If I said "Snake walked up to me, snake told me kill her, there it is, snake not talking anymore." No one in a court would take me at all seriously, yet its expected that we must accept this type of nonsense from those who proclaim it and not call it crazy?

  • They destroy families. By definition they are a cult.

    Lifton's 8 criteria for defining a cult: Jehovah's Witnesses satisfy the requirements for 7 of the 8 criteria, and you only need 3 to be considered a cult.

    The organisation covers up the huge number of child sexual abuse cases (see Australian Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, case studies 29 and 54) and refuse to produce the documentation they have admitted to having on the paedophilia in the congregations worldwide. If anyone questions this or other teachings, they are disfellowshipped (shunned) by everyone they know, as witnesses are directed to only have associations with fellow witnesses. This is one of the criteria for being designated a cult.

    For more information, please see jwfacts.Org and jwsurvey.Org

  • They are misled

    They are under a kind of hypnotic spell of the governing body. The governing body use highly sophisticated mind control techniques in the Watchtower study articles and all their publications. I actually am almost convinced they're influenced by Satan. I never dreamed I'd say that. However, there's definitely a guiding force amongst them. And I'm never returning! I was under their influence from ages 6-44. Never again.

  • They are misled

    They are under a kind of hypnotic spell of the governing body. The governing body use highly sophisticated mind control techniques in the Watchtower study articles and all their publications. I actually am almost convinced they're influenced by Satan. I never dreamed I'd say that. However, there's definitely a guiding force amongst them. And I'm never returning! I was under their influence from ages 6-44. Never again.

  • They are crazy to follow the harmful policies set by the men called the governing body.

    The harmful policies such as shunning, refusing life-saving blood transfusions even for their children and the problematic policies identified by the Australian Royal Commission on child safeguarding and dealing with child sex abuse are set by the governing body and all JWs are required to follow them, and elders to enforce them. Any difference in interpretation of the scriptures to that of the governing body's is not allowed.

  • I can give many reasons

    They believe that birds of prey are going to eat up the dead carcasses of everyone God destroys in Armageddon. When they go out in the ministry knocking on people's doors, they occasionally pick out houses and say they will live in that house one day in paradise. They are discouraged from getting a higher education.They pick on other religions for hiding child abuse yet they do the same and have been brought to courts numerous times because of covering up child abuse cases or telling the victim not to go to the police. This happened to me too, so I in know. They are not allowed to associate or be friends with anyone outside the religion. If you break their rules or if you decide to leave or believe a different ideology, they will shun you. They disfellowship you if they decide at a judicial committee that you no longer qualify to be a Jehovah's Witness which means all your friends and family that are in the religion have to cease talking to you.They are sick! This religion has resulted in many deaths by suicide and for following their doctrine of refusing a blood transfusion. I personally know of 4 deaths related to this religion. I could go on and on as to why this religion/organization/cult needs to be exposed. Oh, another thing. They believe only they will survive "the great tribulation" (armageddon) and everyone else will die which means that 99.9% of the world's population will be destroyed. Also, they ranked as one of the top 40 revenue making companies in New York City in 2001, raking in 951 million dollars. Yuck!

  • No we should respect their religion.

    While the Jehovah's Witnesses may have some seemingly weird or outlandish beliefs to outsiders, who are we to say they are crazy? Members of Jehovah's Witnesses probably think we are crazy for whatever we believe. I personally do not agree with or understand some of their beliefs, such as refusing blood transfusions, but their beliefs should be respected just like ours.

  • Jehovah’s Witnesses Are Not Crazy

    Just because you do not believe in another person’s viewpoint concerning a Higher Power, a Source, or God as many prefer to refer to the thought of a Supreme Being that does not warrant labeling them crazy. Crazy, in regards to context, clearly indicates we feel someone is mentally deranged. While a particular person within any sect, or religious order, may his or herself be a nut case, to label an entire group crazy just because of what we feel might be the level of maniacal involvement, is just wrong. Jehovah’s Witnesses might be a bit pushy for some people’s taste, but they are not crazy.

  • They are the True followers of Jehovah(god)

    Jehovah witnesses are closer to god because they follow the true rules of the bible. We call him by his real name because if you call him by his real name instead of his title name it makes out bond with him even stronger. I go to their meetings and all their information does go by what the bible says. Also they can show you with the bible what god really wants us to do. Also it shows the truth not like other religions say that god is The father the son and the trinity. But in John 3:16 says " God loved the world so much that he gave his beloved son (Jesus) as sacrifice so we wouldnt parish but live eternal life. So their not crazy

  • We Are Reasonable, We Are Not Insane

    The Greek word e·pi·ei·kes′, which is translated “reasonableness,” has been defined as meaning “seemly, fitting; hence, equitable, fair, moderate, forbearing, not insisting on the letter of the law; it expresses that considerateness that looks ‘humanely and reasonably at the facts of a case.’”—Vine’s Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words, 1981, Vol. 2, pp. 144, 145.

    Reasonableness is a distinctive feature of heavenly wisdom. (Jas 3:17) It is a quality that a man who is appointed as an overseer in a Christian congregation must have. (1Ti 3:2, 3) He would have to be reasonable with himself, in dealing with others, and in his view of problems. Also, Christians generally are encouraged to be reasonable. The apostle Paul counseled the Philippians: “Let your reasonableness [“yieldingness,” Int] become known to all men.” (Php 4:5) And Titus was instructed to remind the Christians of Crete “to be reasonable [literally, yielding].” (Tit 3:1, 2, ftn) This was especially fitting, since the inhabitants of Crete as a whole had the reputation of being liars, injurious wild beasts, and unemployed gluttons.—Tit 1:12.

    At 1 Peter 2:18 house servants are admonished to “be in subjection to their owners with all due fear, not only to the good and reasonable, but also to those hard to please.”

  • No crazier than any other religious belief.

    When you actually reduce any religion down to its base belief system, they all sound a bit nutty. So singling out one sect as "crazy" because their particular mythology runs counter to whatever mythology you happen to believe in is spurious.

    Personally I don't care for JW theology, but then I don't care for proselytizers of any stripe.

  • Not crazy but misinformed

    Jehovah's witness' are an off shoot of main stream Christianity based on the belief that they have a "better" understanding of the bible. They do not conform to trinitarian beliefs which in my opinion, goes against a lot of what is taught in the bible. They have gone so far as to translate the bible in a way that fits with their views. This is the version they will bring to your door. Although the majority of their beliefs are the same, it's the little differences that have completely skewed their understanding of Christianity.

  • Witnesses not crazy.

    People hate Jehovah's witnesses because they want to hear bad things about us, but we keep strong because we know that we are doing Jehovah's will. In the Bible it says that we are going to be hated just as Jesus, Jehovah's son was hated. People are spreading rumours in a bad way!

  • If they are then Jesus Christ was Crazy too...

    If we call ourselves Christians, we certainly should take a minute to think about this...Jesus Christ was never a favorite person to most religious leaders and people in general. Probably because they also thought he was crazy so much so they even attempted to kill him on numerous occasions before he died eventually...But when he died and resurrected many believed he was indeed the son of God. They wanted him dead because he was steadfast for what he believed was the truth and did not compromise in order to accepted by "MEN" So whoever thinks that JW are crazy then they maintain what Jesus said when he said...Happy are you if you are accused of all sorts of things for my name. And maybe you need to scrutinize your believe systems before pointing at you brother...

  • Johovus is my idol

    I myself have witnessed the true bellsing of he who is him, johovus. I go door to door inspiring others and opening peoples eyes to a much higher power.
    And if you dont believe me, square up!!!!! Be the or be square

  • Jw are obsessed with death and think nothing of it..

    Jw's are obsessed with death and think nothing of it.They are insane and narrow minded..My soon to be ex roommate is a jw and she has an evil sense about her. Always talks about buriels and embalming her passed family members like its normal to talk about on daily basis. She acts as if she is above Christians.She shows not even an ounce of guilt when she is vindictive with her lying damaging words to her own family..Another words when angry she becomes malicious, she has snakish characteristics and I'm not even her family. She's nuts..And is very active in the kingdom hall..She lives,breaths jahova..I did not know she was a jahova witness till after I became her roommate and personally there is something seriously morbid about her.

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