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Things Jehovah Witnesses Can’t Do

151 Things Jehovah Witnesses Can’t Do (2022 List)

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Things Jehovah Witnesses Can’t Do – Today we’ll go through the majority of things a Jehovah Witness cannot do and why. But first, let’s define Jehovah’s Witnesses and learn a little about their history.

Jehovah’s Witnesses are a millennialist denomination that arose within the greater 19th-century Adventist movement in the United States and has since grown worldwide. The Jehovah’s Witnesses arose from the International Bible Students Association, which Charles Taze Russell formed in Pittsburgh in 1872.

Things Jehovah Witnesses Can’t Do
Things Jehovah Witnesses Can’t Do

Jehovah Witness History

Jehovah Witness is recognized as an Adventist movement that arose in the 1830s in response to William Miller’s promise that Jesus Christ will return in 1843 or 1844. When Christ did not arrive as Miller predicted, Adventists split into several sects. Charles Taze Russell established himself as an independent and controversial Adventist instructor throughout the 1870s.

He rejected the concept of hell as a place of endless suffering and embraced a non-Trinitarian theology that denied Jesus’ deity. He also understood Jesus Christ’s Second Coming in line with the precise translation of the original Greek phrase, parousia (“presence”), implying that Christ would appear as an unseen presence and that the Parousia, or “Millennial Dawn,” had already occurred in 1874.

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List Of 151 Things Jehovah Witnesses Can’t Do (2022 List):

1.Be a member of another organization or group in order to socialize with nonbelievers.

2.Have non-Witness Jehovah’s closest friends and activity mates.

3.When it is not essential, associate with people outside their company.

4.Attend social activities hosted by their work unless they are forced to do so.

5.Associate with employees in social situations beyond business hours.

6.Do not agree with the norms and code of conduct of their organization.

7.Disagree with the principles of their organization.

8.Make a tax-deductible contribution to the Presidential Campaign Fund.

9.Join the military and protect their nation

ten.recite the Pledge of Allegiance

11.Praise the flag

12.Vote

13.Be a candidate for leadership in their company. (JW leaders are ‘appointed’ and ‘invited.’)

14.Be a candidate for leadership in any group. 15.Stand up for any political problem within their group

16.Take a position on any political or ‘worldly’ subject that is not related to their company.

17.Promote a political candidate

18.Serve in a governmental office

19.Debate politics

20.Serve as a union or workplace steward.

21.Participate actively in a union strike

22.Use a gun to protect yourself against people.

23.If a gun is necessary, become a police officer.

Wear military uniforms or war-related attire.

25.Take yoga lessons and practice yoga discipline.

Tobacco and cigar smoking 27.Work full-time as a tobacco and cigar salesperson.

Attend Alcoholics Anonymous 28.

29.Give blood

Have blood transfusions 30.

31.Read religious books, journals, publications, and literature.

32.Purchase anything from a church store.

33.Purchase anything from a church yard sale.

34.Make a donation to a church-run business.

35.Visit the Salvation Army.

  1. Volunteer with the Salvation Army

37.Volunteer for another church

38.Participate in competitive sports on a school team

39.Participate in competitive sports professionally

40.Be a candidate for class president.

41.Join a cheerleading squad

  1. Attend the school prom or dance.

Attend class reunions 43.

44.Submit to hypnosis

Accept Jesus as their intercessor.

46.Join the Boy Scouts of America

47.Join the Girl Scouts

Join the YMCA.

49.Take part in jury service

50.Research psychology, philosophy, sociology, and other perspectives that may disturb their religion.

51.Go to other Christian churches.

Attend nondenominational church services.

53.Go to non-Christian churches

54.Get married at a different church.

55.Dating nonbelievers is frowned upon.

Casual dating is not encouraged.

57.Dating someone without the intention of marrying them

58.Having sexual relations before marriage

59.Divorce, separation, and ‘unscriptural’ divorce may result in disciplinary discipline.

60.Marriage to nonbelievers is not advised.

61.You must be homosexual or lesbian. Homosexuality is not tolerated.

62.At a wedding, throw rice

63.Divorce unless the cause is adultery.

64.Cannot remarry unless their ex first commits fornication.

Toast beverages

  1. Purchase a raffle ticket

67.Participate in bingo

68.Gamble

69.Sing whatever festive tunes you know.

Sing the National Anthem 70.

71.Why do we celebrate Christmas?

72.Why do we celebrate New Year’s Eve?

Why do we celebrate Easter?

Why do we celebrate Mother’s Day?

75.Observe Father’s Day

76.Why do we celebrate birthdays?

77.Happy Thanksgiving!

78.Observe Flag Day

79.Observe Veteran’s Day

Observe Independence Day. Why?

81.Observe St. Patrick’s Day

82.Observe Valentine’s Day

Why do we celebrate Halloween?

84.Hanukkah celebrations

85.Why accept Christmas gifts?

86.Celebrate any festival except Jesus’ death – Why?

87.Eat the bread and wine that symbolize Christ unless they are among the 144,000.

  1. Create Christmas artwork for your school.

89.Participate in school holiday festivities.

90.Assume a leadership role at school.

91.Porneia

92.Exhibit provocative and immodest dancing in public.

93.Attend a church-sponsored class, workshop, or seminar. Attend social gatherings or fund-raising activities offered by another church.

95.The use of foul language (curse words) is prohibited.

96.At the Kingdom Hall, wear blue jeans, shorts, and extremely casual apparel. See also: Dress Code

If you’re a woman, wear pants to a Kingdom Hall.

Wearing exposing clothing or skirts that are too short is prohibited (looked down upon)

99.If you’re a male, wear long hair or facial hair (depends on the local customs of the country you live in)

100.Body piercing is prohibited.

101.Tattoos are frowned upon.

102.Say or indicate that the Watchtower is not controlled by Jehovah God.

103.Have conversations and express Bible-based perspectives that contradict the principles of the organization.

104.Say anything bad about their company. JWs must’speak in unison’ and be ‘like-minded.’

Consider other religious ideas to be legitimate and true.

106.Recognize as authentic any prayer spoken by a nonbeliever.

107.Arrest another Jehovah’s Witness (with exceptions)

Wear or possess a cross.

109.Own any religious image.

Own a holy statuary.

111.Participate in idolatry

Believe in miracles (except those found in the Bible)

Believe in ghosts.

114.Witchcraft

115.Witchcraft

White magic (116).

Consult a psychic or train to become one.

118.Tarot card study, receiving or giving a reading

119.Learn about numerology or get a reading

120.Experiment with ESP (extrasensory perception), dowsing, and divination.

121.Access information from the spiritual realm by using an instrument such as a pendulum.

122.Make an attempt to converse with deceased spirits.

Attend a seance.

124.Believe in luck or say things like “Good luck to you.” Why?

Believe in or say anything superstitious.

126.Prophesy

127.Tongues of Fire

128.Hands-on-heels

129.Energy healing techniques such as Reiki

130.Check out their horoscope

131.Research astrology or zodiac signs.

Combat training, boxing, or martial arts are examples of combat sports.

133.Go to paradise, unless they are among the 144,000.

Worship Jesus as God.

135.Idolize any celebrity or excessively adore and appreciate them

Women cannot be seniors.

Women are not permitted to serve as ministers (assistants to the elders)

138.Spread secret information to opponents and people who have no right to know.

139.Greet or converse with disfellowshipped people (with some exceptions)

140.Associate with disfellowshipped people unless they are intimate family members living in the same residence.

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