Posts Tagged { Jehovah’s Witnesses }

Review — The Coldest Hour (Is Just Before The Dawn) by Akai

A look at the The Cold­est Hour Is Before the Dawn by Akai. It is a dis­ser­ta­tion eval­u­at­ing the music album an artis­tic, reli­gious state­ment of Jehovah’s Wit­ness­es. It exam­ines the views of Jehovah’s Wit­ness­es toward the world around them as well as their own hopes and fears. Com­par­i­son are drawn between this view­point and what is offered by Jesus.

Book Review — I’m Perfect, You’re Doomed: Tales from a Jehovah’s Witness Upbringing

The extend­ed three day week­end of decid­ed­ly unso­cial, social oblig­a­tions pro­vid­ed me with the lux­u­ry of being able to lounge around and read Kyr­ia Abraham’s humor­ous mem­oir, I’m Per­fect, You’re Doomed: Tales of a Jehovah’s Wit­ness Upbring­ing. When it comes to talk­ing about her life, Kyr­ia is a very good sto­ry teller, par­tic­u­lar­ly adept at […]

Spanish JW’s Upset Over Bethel Move

On April 1, 2009 a let­ter was sent from the Gov­ern­ing Body of Jehovah’s Wit­ness­es to con­gre­ga­tions in Spain inform­ing them that the print­ing, ship­ping, and stor­age of Watch­tow­er pub­li­ca­tions would be dis­con­tin­ued at the Madrid (Ajalvir) Branch office. The let­ter expressed con­fi­dence that the Span­ish Wit­ness­es would, despite the move, con­tin­ue to gen­er­ous­ly sup­port […]