Everyone wants to know what famous people are or were Jehovah’s Witnesses, especially movie or rock stars, even if they have only been inside a Kingdom Hall a time or two. This list includes Joyce Holden, Terrence Howard, Margaret Keane, Patti Smith, and Lou Whitaker.
We should shed a tear for Michael Jackson and learn from his experience. Let’s never allow our own children to be forced to live under those same pressures.
Ms. Bridget Anderson of Tucson, Arizona. She is not a Jehovah’s Witness and never has been, but over time has had enough contact with them personally to have more than a basic understanding of them and their culture.
For most of our readers who are fairly up to date on the history of Jehovah’s Witnesses, our last list of celebrities held no real surprises. Rock celebrities like Michael Jackson and Prince had well publicized relationships with the Jehovah’s Witnesses. George Benson and Jill Scott have maintained lower profiles and have kept whatever connections […]
It’s not really a “Bible study” at all. A provided study book is your only guide. The Bible will be rarely opened, and when it is used, the JW only refers to and reads one or two verses at a time.
Want your children to spend their lives cleaning the restrooms or polishing floors at Wal-Mart? Then force them to become slaves of the Watchtower Society.