Really Weird Cartoons / Animations for Children by Jehovah’s Witnesses
Some of the videos below are hosted by self-professing atheists.
I am not necessarily in agreement with all views expressed by the persons hosting the videos below or commenting upon them.
There are more of these on You Tube, you can search for them and find them. There are just a few in embedded in this post.
(Link): Brainwashing Video from Jehovah’s Witnesses for Kids
(Link): Jehovah’s Witnesses Shame Kids for Eating Birthday Cake
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(Link): Infamous Mormon Anti-Gay Therapist Now Says He Wants to Date Other Men by D. Jackson
David Matheson is a well known Mormon and gay conversion therapist who confessed that he found a “new life-giving path” and now wants to date men. Matheson was a prominent member in the anti-gay movement and even authored the book “Becoming a Whole Man.”
In a 2010 interview with ABC’s Nightline, he suggested that gay men needed help with finding a new way of living.
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Do Mormons Worship The Family?, by J. Riess (This Is Applicable to Christians As Well)
What this Mormon author says about Mormon views on family can also apply to Christians. Christians most definitely make an idol out of Family.
(Link): Do Mormons Worship The Family?, by J. Riess
- …. But Mormons need to stop acting as if family is the only way to God. Being a parent isn’t the only way to learn the lessons that I’ve learned and value in my own development as a person. Family relationships are not the only important kinds of relationships.
- Many people have families that aren’t part of the church, or they don’t have families of their own.
- None of these people should be made to feel that Mormonism is not for them, that they are less a part of God’s family, or that the lessons in church on Sunday don’t speak to them.
- As a people, we need to be mindful of what we say to single people, divorced people, and those in difficult family situations. Talking about eternal families to those who have been touched by sexual abuse is problematic at best.
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