Watchtower lies - clarification No. 452
Searching for Jehovah's Witnesses, I drove halfway across the region. How much is there in the shock sigh of a Jehovah's Witness: We are getting less and less!? Somehow there is more to this thing than is generally expected of the Watchtower Society and its unassailability. The shrinkage in the Watchtower circles actually seems to be progressing. The only question that remains is whether this is for tactical reasons to prevent further exposures, or whether it is simply the real decline of those who allow themselves to be charmed by the Watchtower religion.
The consequence of the absence of Jehovah's Witnesses is the recurring "procession" in the pedestrian zone with warnings of Jehovah's lies. There are always interesting conversations and the attention of the people is surprisingly good and friendly. The number of people who think I am a poor lunatic is infinitesimally small, because the plausibility of the warnings about Jehovah's lies speaks for itself. The bottom line is the absence of Jehovah's Witnesses. Who wants to embarrass himself in public? Not only do they have to overcome this strange sermon service, but they also have to experience how the Watchtower lies are exposed in the simplest way. That hurts.
Good conversations are always there! And the people who pass us read the texts on the signs all the more interested. (Jehovah's Witnesses do not decapitate - Jehovah's Witnesses let bleed to death - and - Six-year-old from Walldorf deceased from Jehovah's blood doctrine)
In Heidelberg I saw a large poster showing two angels throwing a human into the lake of fire. I was a bit shocked and wondered whether Adventists would also actively propagate. For this highly peculiar way of depicting biblical content is not only to be found among Jehovah's Witnesses, but also among Adventists, who were the first to develop this art of representation. (The Watchtower religion is a descendant of the Adventists.)
But they were Baptists. I made them aware of my shock and pointed out how fatal it is when Baptists are confused with Adventists and Jehovah's Witnesses. Their booklets on the book table also looked like the Watchtower and AWAKE! at first glance. It is obvious that at first and second glance the passing person thinks of Jehovah's Witnesses. The Watchtower Society has once again achieved its goal at this point, namely the defamation of Christianity.
As a result or conclusion of what I have experienced, I get the impression that people are rather deterred in this way and inwardly only shake their heads over the Christians acting in this way. That is a hard word. All the more beautiful is the recognizable approval of the passers-by who read my signs. Dear Baptists, move away from the clichés that Adventists and Jehovah's Witnesses have built up. Don't fall for it and don't go into this trap!