The Absurd Teachings of Jehovah's Witnesses


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"Belshazzar's banquet" in Daniel's book, chapter 5, is a propaganda story to strengthen Jewish faith (time of creation: 539–331 BC). This story has virtually nothing to do with the actual events. Its alleged author and Belshazzar's contemporary witness, the biblical Daniel, [...]

Who was Darius the Mede?

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In contrast to the opinion of Jehovah's Witnesses, Daniel was not a contemporary witness at the court of Persian rulers. His historical knowledge is poor. For example, he confuses "Darius the Mede" (Darius I) with Cyrus II. Daniel's book, chapter 6, [...]

Telling Details

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Chapters 3–6 in Daniel's book were already written in the period 539–331 BC. They are legends to strengthen the Jews' faith in Yahweh. Nebuchadnezzar in Daniel's book has little in common with the historical Nebuchadnezzar.

More testimonials for Daniel’s book

Contrary to the opinion of Jehovah's Witnesses, the origin-time of Daniel's book is mainly the 2nd century BC and Daniel from Ezekiel's book has nothing to do with Daniel the prophet, in Daniel's book.

The Greatest Witness

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For Jehovah's Witnesses, Jesus is the greatest Witness to the credibility of Daniel's book. In fact, however, the Bible is contradictory in a hair-raising way and the biblical Jesus a fictional person.

The 70 ‘Weeks’

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The 70 weeks in Daniel's book (9:24) is a correction of the 70 years in the Jeremiah book (25:11). The interpretation of Daniel's book, chapter 9, by Jehovah's Witnesses is completely wrong.

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