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My perspective comes from my now sister-in-law, a former Jehovah's Witness. She eventually came to live with my family because my parents couldn't just leave her on the street.
Seriously...what I've seen with my own family's experience, it seems to be a hateful religion....
' Before I could protest, Dennis, an elder I had known for a few years, was at my bedside.
He was in his 70s and from a Brighton congregation - all Jehovah's Witness elders are males.
As a first-time mother, it was a terrifying moment - but worse was yet to come.
As the consultant obstetrician looked through my notes, he suddenly lifted his head and said: 'I see you're a Jehovah's Witness.' I nodded mutely, overcome with fear, as I knew what would happen next.
It's getting to the point where it's straining their marriage because she's desperate to be on good terms with her family again and is trying to get my brother to join the church (which he refuses to do). (mods I think this is the right form, but if it belongs in imho I'm sorry) I am an agnostic who dated a JW for several years. Anyway, from what I gathered during that time, one of the teachings is that JWs are not to affiliate themselves with the "worldly" (essentially anything or anyone non-JW) as Satan has too much control and influence over the worldly. So, it seems that there are varying levels of acceptance of worldly people and things.