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Finch also reads the letter online the youtube video below.
Disagree with their organization’s rules and code of conduct.
Take a stand on any political or ‘worldly’ issue outside of their organization 17.
No more than four-in-ten members of the group belong to any one racial and ethnic background: 36% are white, 32% are Hispanic, 27% are black and 6% are another race or mixed race. By traditional measures of religious commitment, Jehovah’s Witnesses are one of the most highly religious major U. Our survey found at least two other interesting ways in which Jehovah’s Witnesses stand out in their beliefs. Christians who believe in hell is 10 times larger (70%). Christians overall, Jehovah’s Witnesses are especially likely to say they attend religious services at least once a week (85%, compared with 47% of all U. Christians), pray daily (90% of Jehovah’s Witnesses vs. Roughly three-quarters of Jehovah’s Witnesses (74%) also reject evolution, saying humans have always existed in their present form since the beginning of time.
Associate with coworkers after business hours in a social settings 6.
Belong to another organization or club for the purpose of socializing with nonbelievers. Have best friends and activity buddies who are not Jehovah’s Witnesses. Associate with people outside their organization when it is not necessary. Attend social functions sponsored by their employer unless attendance is required 5. Contribute to the Presidential Campaign Fund on their tax return 9.
These are just some of the conditions those who fall for a Jehovah's Witness must adhere to. She has painted her fingernails, polished her patent leather shoes and donned a new dress from H&M.
Members of the sect in Germany prefer to pair off their children within the faith community, and regional congresses make for prime matchmaking territory. Her hair is delicately pinned up, arranged in bud-like clusters. " Melanie, 17, was baptized as a Jehovah's Witness at 14.
A former Jehovah's Witness has offered a rare insight into the religious group, describing it as a cult that "tries to control emotions, thought, information and behavior of a person".