Live Conversations with Jehovah’s Witnesses


Will the Dead Resurrect During the 1,000 Year Reign of Christ?

Jehovah’s Witnesses teach that during the future millennial reign of Jesus Christ, our dead loved ones will be resurrected to live forever on a paradise earth. They claim that during these 1,000 years, people who may not have received the good news of Jehovah’s Kingdom will be raised from the dead to be given a second opportunity to respond and become subjects under Christ’s kingly reign. It is claimed that if they prove themselves faithful during the 1,000 years and pass the test of Satan at the end, they will be granted everlasting life on the earth, but there are several problems with these claims.

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Is Jesus Christ Created? - Live Conversations with a Jehovah's Witness

Is Jesus Created? - Live Conversations with a Jehovah's Witness

Jehovah's Witnesses deny that Jesus is uncreated God. Using select Bible verses, the Watchtower teaches that Jesus was "begotten" (John 1:14) as God's "first-born" (Colossians 1:15-16) Son and "produced" when Jehovah brought "wisdom" forth in creation (Proverbs 8:22-23, 30).  Do these Scriptures support the Watchtower's interpretation of them? Christy disputes these claims with Biblical Greek reference tools and context.

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Discussing Who is God with a Jehovah's Witness

Live Conversation with a Jehovah's Witness Discussing Who is God

This video features a recent conversation that Christy Darlington and her Jehovah’s Witness friend had discussing who God is from the Watchtower's Good News From God brochure. Using lesson 2 of this brochure, Christy was able to discuss the differences between the Watchtower view of Jehovah God and the Christian view.

During this conversation, Christy asked her Jehovah’s Witness friend about the Watchtower view of the Angel of Jehovah references in the Old Testament. This study on the Angel of the LORD (Jehovah) is fascinating because we see images of a Being who is called both “Jehovah God” and “man” and His descriptions support the early Christian view that saw these references as pictures of the pre-incarnate Christ.

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