Serious questions to Jehovah's Witnesses

How many gods does a Jehovah's Witness need to save him?

The New World translation, the Jehovah's Witness Bible, says in John 1 verse 1 that Jesus is one God. The Watchtower says that Jehovah is God. Both gods are firmly involved in the salvation of the Watchtower people. Both make their respective indispensable contributions to the Watchtower people's salvation. But only can, because there is no guarantee for the Watchtower Gods.

Dear Jehovah's Witnesses

Krysto asked you a question:

"How many gods do you need to be savesd?"

If Jesus brought the redeeming sacrifice, then he's not really important for your religion anymore, is he? He has done his thing and that is now effective in the long run and one would not really need Jesus any more. Because the redeeming sacrifice was only given by Jehovah. Who or what he uses for it is actually secondary, isn't it?

Or is it rather the case that 2 gods have to work together for the plan of the Watchtower Society to work? A God who says, "Do it!" And a God who says, "Okay, I'll do it! How important is Jesus really and why is he a God according to your Bible, but in your everyday life he is not a God?

Or is Jesus a God in your everyday life? And you break the first commandment, which says that we should not have several gods? After all, you pray through the God Jesus.

We ask for your answer!

How many gods do you need to save you?

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