Jehovah's Witnesses accused of 'inhumane treatment' for isolating former believers

"Good morning, could I have a minute to listen to a message from the Bible?"
Jefferson Alexandrino de Lima gave it 12 years. In 2008, a lady knocked on his door to offer a Bible course. The 15-year-old from Pernambuco agreed, got baptized and, until 2020, was one of the Brazilian Jehovah's Witnesses. Until he asked to leave.

What makes the Jehovah's Witnesses sect dangerous?

Beyond the obvious reasons that make any sect dangerous, such as the control they have over the lives of their followers and the isolation they subject them to in order to keep them away from external influences, Jehovah's Witnesses have a series of rules and beliefs that not only pose a risk to the lives of their followers (such as the fact that they reject blood transfusions) but also entail serious problems for coexistence with others.

5 Churches That Don't Celebrate Christmas And Why

Christmas, a globally celebrated holiday, holds deep significance for Christians and transcends cultural and religious boundaries. At its core, Christmas commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ, the central figure in Christian theology.

The nativity story, chronicled in the Gospels, unfolds in Bethlehem, where Mary gives birth to Jesus in a humble manger, surrounded by shepherds and angels. This event symbolizes hope, love, and the divine incarnation, marking a pivotal moment in Christian faith.