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Jehovah’s Witnesses adamantly deny that the Holy Spirit is God. Instead, they assert that it is simply God’s power in action; it is His active, impersonal force. However, there are numerous passages that testify to the deity and personhood of the Holy Spirit.
The doctrine of purgatory places an emphasis on our own merits to attain righteousness. It is a very dangerous thing to add to the finished work of Christ, but this is precisely what millions of people do when they accept the doctrine of purgatory. Purgatory is the belief that there is an intermediate state after physical death where people undergo purification, so as to achieve the holiness necessary to enter the joy of heaven. However, to hold to this doctrine you must deny the power of the cross, and distort the gospel.
If faith in Jesus is the only means by which we can be saved, how can God judge the person who has never heard about Jesus? This common challenge appears to strike at the heart of God’s divine justice.
This is a very common objection you will hear from Jehovah’s Witnesses when they come to your door. They will cite a verse like John 14:28, where Jesus says, “You heard me say to you, ‘I am going away, and I will come to you.’ If you loved me, you would have rejoiced, because I am going to the Father, for the Father is greater than I.”
It is very common among Christians to hear that all sins are equal. But is that really true? Are all sins equal to God?
There are two basic rules of engagement that must be remembered when discussing your spiritual and moral convictions. Here are the rules: Rule #1: If you get angry, you lose. Rule #2: If they get angry, you lose.