20 QUESTIONS TO ASK JEHOVAHS WITNESSES's Testimony
20 QUESTIONS TO ASK JEHOVAHS WITNESSES116. 20 QUESTIONS TO ASK JEHOVAHS WITNESSES
If you begin explaining anything to JWs, you will lose them completely because the
minute they stop talking, they stop thinking. If they read Bible verses, the Holy Spirit will
You can end their monologue and start a real dialogue by asking the following
Q1: May I ask a question?
Q2: What Gospel are you preaching? (While they think, ask).
Q3: Do you know there is only one gospel? (Donï¿½t explain anything, as this causes them
to turn off).
Q4: Do you have your Bible with you?
Q5: Will you turn to Galatians Chapter one and read the first 10 verses aloud? (or
(Note: Address your questions to the newer recruit, because the less indoctrinated
they are the less blinded they are by Satanï¿½s lies. The more mature JW always
takes over the conversation if it looks to be going in a different direction than
planned). Galatians 1:6-9 states very clearly that one is going to be accursed
(eternally condemned) if they believe a different gospel. ï¿½Accursedï¿½ here means
ï¿½devoted to destructionï¿½. Those who preach and believe a different gospel are
devoted to destruction eternally. (Donï¿½t discuss hell here.)
Q6: Do you know where the Bible defines the gospel?
Q7: Would you mind turning in your Bible to I Corinthians 15 and read verses 1-6?
(Note: Direct questions to the newer JW, because the mature JW will mostly lie in
the next questions. In the JW book You Can Live Forever in Paradise on Earth
page 68, it teaches that Jesus did not die for our sins, but that He only paid for
Adamï¿½s sin of eating the forbidden fruit. So, all good loyal JWs get a chance to
prove themselves worthy of eternal life in Christï¿½s 1000 year rule on earth. This is
contrary to I John 5:13 saying ï¿½that ye may know that ye have eternal life.ï¿½ Their
teaching on Jesusï¿½ death for our sins differs from
I Corinthians 15:3,4).
Q8: Do you believe Jesus died for every one of your sins? That Christ fully paid for all
Q9: Do you believe that you only get a chance for eternal life, or do you know for
sure you are saved? (They say they donï¿½t know for sure).
Q10: Would you mind turning to and reading I John 5:13 aloud?
Q11: Do you believe Jesus was resurrected? Not only do JWs not believe
I Corinthians 15:3,4, but they never tell people that gospel door-to-door. Instead,
they tell people a different gospel that ï¿½Jesus returned invisibly and is now ruling
from heaven invisiblyï¿½. JWs do not believe the gospel. They do not preach the
correct Bible gospel. They do not believe Jesus died for all their sins, nor do they
believe Jesus was resurrected. JWs believe that Jesusï¿½ body and soul died, and
that only his invisible soul was raised back to life. JWs think Jesus manifested a
make-believe body so he could deceive His disciples (and others) into believing
that He was really alive again. When JWs say that they DO believe Jesus was
Q12: Do you really believe Jesusï¿½ body came back to life? JWs will deny this. They will
say that Jesus only came back to life in a ï¿½spiritual bodyï¿½, but this term is in no
verses describing Jesusï¿½ resurrection.
Q13: Is there anything in these verses which changes the context from a bodily death to
a spiritual death? A bodily burial to a spiritual burial? A bodily resurrection to a
If JWs say ï¿½yesï¿½, ask ï¿½Where?ï¿½ If they appeal to verses used elsewhere, say, ï¿½but
those arenï¿½t the verses we were discussing.ï¿½
Q14: Did you know that Jesus prophesied that His resurreciton would be bodily? Would
you read John 2:18-21? (By the temple being destroyed and rebuilt, Jesus meant
Q15: Would you please read John 20:24-29?
Q16: Was Jesus saying, ï¿½Here, Thomas, reach your finger & see my FAKE hands, my
Q17: Is Jesusï¿½ character to be deceptive?
Q18: Can one be a perfect Saviour and be deceptive?
Q19: Do you go door-to-door and preach the gospel as it is defined in the Bible?
Q20: Are you going to change the gospel you preach, now when you go door-to-door?
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