Jehovah theology is inconsistent

Jehovah's Witnesses are inconsistent. They do not think their own theology to the end! If Jesus were only an angel or a human being, how can he sit on the throne of God?

Revelation 7:17 ... for the Lamb in the midst of the throne will feed them and lead them to the springs of the living water, and God will wipe away all tears from their eyes.

If Jesus is more than man or angel, i.e. a divine being, as Jehovah's Witnesses tend to say, and John describes him as "one" God, how can God command: Thou shalt have no other gods beside me?

Even the convulsively drawn human hierarchies applied by Jehovah's Witnesses to the Son and Father cannot shake the fact that the one who makes two different gods out of Jesus and JHWH has two gods in his religion.

So when Jehovah's Witnesses claim that the Son and the Father are not one and the same God, they also claim that Jesus was not executed without reason. Because Jesus was executed because he had made himself God. If he were indeed "another" God, the judgment on him would have had all due cause. Then Jesus' sacrifice would have become pointless, for a convicted lawbreaker (no other gods) cannot save anyone by his death.

The Jehovah's Witnesses' idea that Jehovah is the Almighty God and Jesus is just another God thus embodies the elimination of Jesus' sacrifice on the cross and at the same time causes two gods to reside in the Jehovah religion. Thus Jehovah's Witnesses are in the midst of a multi-god religion.

That's Watchtower Paganism.

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