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Differences Between Jehovah Witness and Catholicism

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Jehovah Witness and Roman Catholic

We have the same God, but why can’t we have the same religion? Why can’t we have the same faith and beliefs? Who is God in our life? This entire question is a common question people would ask. I am going to interpret or reveal the differences and similarities about these religions.

Jehovah Witness believes that Jesus is the son of God and only one true God and Creator. Jehovah’s Witnesses do not believe in the blessed trinity, the Eucharist, the bible that most of the Christians are using. As I was interviewing one of the Ministers in the Jehovah’s Witnesses Kingdom Hall, Mr. William Finch said they don’t have crosses, symbols, saints and idols they meet there at the Kingdom Hall every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday to revive that are important to scriptures of the bible. They also believe that Jesus died on a stake, not on the cross and then I noticed their wear and asked about it when I was ending our interview I asked Mr. William Finch if is it optional to wear formal attire when going to the church and then he corrected me, They call their “church” as Kingdom Hall and he said that they try to wear formal clothes, nicely, to pay respect for God and The Kingdom Hall, they do not force them to wear formal clothes but it is part for their tradition

Us Catholic believes that Jesus is the Almighty God and we believe in the trinity. We use a lot of Idols in our worship and we believe that Mother Mary is the Mother of Jesus. Catholics added an extra 7 book in their bible, Of course as a Catholic I noticed a lot of symbols which Jehovah’s Witnesses does not have like the cross, symbolize Jesus Resurrection, The fish or ICHTHUS means the acronym of Jesus Christ Lesous CHristos THeou Uios Soter this translates as Jesus Christ, Son of God, Saviour and the Dove symbolize the holy spirit. This is only a few of the symbols but there...