Jehovah's Witnesses

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Jeho′vah's Wit′nesses


n.
a Christian sect, founded in the late 19th century, that believes in the imminent destruction of the world's wickedness and the establishment of a theocracy under God's rule.
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Noun1.Jehovah's Witnesses - Protestant denomination founded in the United States by Charles Taze Russell in 1884
Protestant denomination - group of Protestant congregations
Jehovah's Witness - believer in imminent approach of the millennium; practitioner of active evangelism
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Mention any of these criticisms to the iBores though, and you're met with the kind of pitiful stare a Jehova's Witness gives when you say: "How can you still believe in all this garbage when the world never does bloody end?
Let's not forget Prince, becoming a Jehova's Witness and apparently doorstepping a Jewish family for 25 minutes on Yom Kippur, among one of his more sensible moments.
Work played a huge part in his life but he was also a very spiritual man and had recently started learning more about being a Jehova's Witness.