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Jehovah's Witnesses

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 Contents - Apr 2004AD2000 April 2004 - Buy a copy now
Editorial: The Passion of the Christ: 'Why do you seek the living among the dead?' - Michael Gilchrist
National Church Life Survey: church-going declines further - Michael Gilchrist
News: The Church Around the World
Riccardo Piol of Communion and Liberation makes an impact in Victoria - AD2000 Report
Books: Archbishop Hart launches new book on Dr Mannix - Daniel Mannix: Wit and Wisdom - Archbishop Dennis Hart
Film Review: Mel Gibson's 'The Passion of the Christ': a contemporary masterpiece - David Schütz
Events: Adore 2004 Youth Eucharistic Congress - Nicole Osmak
God 'number one' in East Timor - Paul Russell
Events: Chesterton conference to be held in Melbourne - Tony Evans
Theology: Fr Aidan Nichols to lecture on von Balthasar in Melbourne - Tracey Rowland
Whatever happened to reverence at Mass? - Matthew Greene
The Salesians in East Timor: progress report - Br Michael Lynch
Letters: Church architecture
Letters: Catholic schools
Letters: Jehovah's Witnesses
Letters: Corrections - Fr Timothy Deeter
Letters: The Sign of the Cross - Dr Arnold Jago
Letters: Life under threat - Brian Harris
Letters: Taking a stand in the culture war - Robert and Carmel Garrett
Letters: Easter greetings from India - Fr S. John Joseph
Poetry: Two Poems on the Passion - Marion Craig and Brian Mulligan
Books: The Catholic Revival in English Literature 1845-1961, by Ian Ker - Francis Phillips (reviewer)
Books: An apology for the revival of Christian Architecture, by Augustus Welby Pugin - Michael Gilchrist (reviewer)
Priestly Fraternity of St Peter - Holy Week 2004
Books: AD Books - More new titles for 2004
Reflection: Right is right, even if nobody does it (G.K. Chesterton) - Fr F.E. Burns

While it is important to respect all Faith followings in their beliefs, the rather imposing, persistent, door-knocking Jehovah Witness visitors continue to amaze as to how they totally reject the Divinity of Jesus Christ in being God, i.e., belief in the Holy Trinity.

Even their badly-translated New World Translation Bible contradicts their own theories that Jesus was only a man - and a prophet. Biblical references from their own Bible, e.g., Matt 1:23, John 14:9, 20:28-29, Col 2:9, Titus 3:4, and Rev 1:8, 22:12-13), confirm that Jesus is/was both God and man, as do all known translations of the Bible.

Their proclaimed belief that Hell is only a temporary state is equally and wholly refuted by Matt 3:12, 18:8, 25:46, Mk 9:43 and Rev 20:10

Catholics are constantly challenged to stand up for the truth in love in their everyday lives.

But while the zealous endeavours of the Jehovah's Witness callers are to be admired, the real truth equally has to be revealed and persisted with.

Elizabeth East, SA

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Reprinted from AD2000 Vol 17 No 3 (April 2004), p. 15

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