Question: What are Jehovah Witness rules?

Jehovahs Witnesses do not observe holidays they believe to have pagan origins, such as Christmas, Easter, and birthdays. They do not salute the national flag or sing the national anthem, and they refuse military service. They also refuse blood transfusions, even those that could be life saving.

What are the basic beliefs of Jehovah Witnesses?

Jehovahs Witnesses believe that: God the Father (whose name is Jehovah) is the only true God. Jesus Christ is his firstborn son, is inferior to God, and was created by God. The Holy Spirit is not a person; it is Gods active force.

What does God say about Jehovah Witness?

God. Jehovahs Witnesses believe God is the Creator and Supreme Being. Witnesses reject the Trinity doctrine, which they consider unscriptural. They view God as the Father, an invisible spirit person separate from the Son, Jesus Christ.

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