Friday, July 14, 2006

Jehovah Witness (2)

I was cleaning Ali G.’s truck last Sat. when I was moving out and noticed a Canadian woman and her little daughter are approaching. The woman was in her, I'd say, mid 40s, prob. a little younger (You never know how old these poeople are!) The little kid was about 10. She said hi and we started talking and just shortly after, I noticed that she’s one of the people who are out to find new members for her faith! She was a Jehovah witness!
We talked a little bit and she handed me a few issues of a magazine which I later left them all in Ali G.’s truck and never even opened them! Actually I wanted to read them to see what that crap is they claim, especially because I brough up the problem they have with blood transfusion and one of those magazines has a full coverage in that regard.
Simply put what she was saying was quite funny. I try to bring some of them here as don’t remember all. I have too many damn things in my head and this blog is actually a device for me to keep the valuable and memorable ones in a safe place for future use! This is what I have at the top of my head:

1- Jehovah is God! That’s another name for God! That’s like you say you’re a man but you’re a human as well!
2- We don’t care about Canada and we never vote for any party in the elections. What we believe in is the government of God, the kingdom of God!
3- We’re waiting for the one who’s going to settle everything down! And that’s Jesus! He’ll be back. We don’t know when but we have to make ourselves prepared and ready!
4- There are so many false religions in the world! (In response to me that said there are different Christian sects. For example Catholic, Orthodox, Mormon, etc!)
5- I told them that I’ll read the magazine and write down the questions and we’ll give her a call (She actually gave me her number) She then said that she would directed me to a brother(!) and I made a very surprised and insulted face and said: Why? What do you mean? She said that anything might happen! (She was smiling at the time!) And I asked “Like what?” She said “A relationship! It has happened before!” And I replied “If that’s a healthy relationship, what’s wrong with that!?”


kujiiiro said...

Oh, you should be very careful when you are dealing with these people. Since she was a mormon, the relationship she mentioned was probablt about multi-marriage that they do have. You do not want to be one of them, cause we will be missing you.

The Tough Guy said...

Is that right? So Mormons believe in having more than a wife? I should have a quick net research on their ideas and beliefs. And OK I'll be more careful with the people who approch me!

Danny Haszard said...

-A heads up on the Jehovah Witness-

There is no Armageddon that will annihilate 6.5 billion people,and install Watchtower leaders as world rulers.

The core dogma of the Watchtower organization is that Jesus had his second coming 'invisibly' in the year 1914.Their entire doctrinal superstructure is built on this falsehood.

Jehovah's Witnesses door to door recruitment is by their own admission an ineffective tactic. They have lost membership in all countries with major Internet access because their false doctrines and harmful practices are exposed on the modern information superhighway.

There is good and valid reasons why there is such an outrage against the Watchtower for misleading millions of followers.Many have invested everything in the 'imminent' apocalyptic promises of the Jehovah's Witnesses and have died broken and beaten.

Every Jehovah's Witness member will grow old and die just like everyone else.
Danny Haszard Bangor Maine 'expert witness on the Jehovah's Witness'