As we present the facts about our personal experience with the Watchtower, Bible & Tract Society (the "Society"), we challenge individuals to use critical thinking when examining the teachings of Jehovah's Witnesses, the group that follows the leadership of the Society. We encourage you to do research and not blindly accept everything the Society tells you. Learn about the history of this organization so you can make informed decisions that are in your own best interests.
Jehovah’s Witnesses & Shunning: A Loving Arrangement?
In this podcast, we discuss shunning and the effects it has on Jehovah’s Witness families. This podcast was streamed live. Our friend Jay took time to join us in this discussion and shares his experience being shunned by his four children. VISIT OUR WEBSITE http://www.exjwcriticalthinker.com SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL http://bit.ly/2p9RTSC TWEET US! #ExJWsThink FOLLOW […]
Interview with John Dehlin – Mormon Stories Podcast
Guest John Dehlin, Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Mormon Church? What is the difference? When you think about their history, both religions came into existence during the same era. Each religious leader predicted the end of the world. They misled individuals to believe in their fairy tales of an afterlife. They even convinced them that they […]
9/11 and the Watchtower Twenty Years Later
#exjw #exjwcriticalthinker #jehovahswitness #endofworld Remembering Watchtower Twenty Years Later. It was 20 short (or long) years ago, that the United States experienced a tragedy. Everyone we knew was telling us to get back to the Kingdom Hall because “it done started” Yes, they said, the end of the world is near and anyone that wants […]
Is the Governing Body of Jehovah’s Witnesses Losing Their Grip on its Members?
This podcast critiques the talk presented by Governing Body member David Splane from the 2021 Regional Convention of Jehovah’s Witnesses. It helps individuals to use critical thinking when listening to the comments on how the Jehovah’s Witness leadership tries to convince its members to treat information they receive from former members or the media. Throughout […]
I Learned the Truth About Jehovah’s Witnesses on Facebook
In this video podcast, Keith tells his story about how he stumbled on the truth about Jehovah’s Witnesses on Facebook. Doing a simple Google search about a Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Melody lead him to the EX-Jehovah’s Witness Critical Thinker Facebook Page. He reached out to express his gratitude and the rest is history. The following […]
Waking Up To Watchtower Lies: Story of a Dedicated Pioneer
In this interview with Goatlike Personality, JT learns a different perspective on racism in European countries and it has nothing to do with the color of your skin. During the discussion, Goatlike talks about why he could have been a PIMO for life, if the brothers would have only helped his wife to appreciate that […]
In the 1970s, my mom was just followed because she allowed me to join the Cub Scouts. She thought it would be OK if I join the Cub Scouts just as long as I didn’t wear a flag on my uniform or saluted the flag. I just wanted to do it because I wanted to be with my friends and have fun.
My ex husband was disfellowshipped as a young adult. He’s now 42 and has yet to have a relationship with his parents. It’s extremely sad because he’s an only child and his children are the only grandchildren. The parents were originally allowed to speak to him if it involved “family matters” but that faded over time.
Helpful? Informative? Yeah no, you all are sick from the head thinking bashing on a religion is okay. And if your significant other is trying to teach their kids and you don't agree, go cry about it😃. Or you know what, get divorced, just let them be🙄