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So sometimes situations might arrive where e. JW's give a party and only invite the JW partner and not the 'inactive' mate. It is also not very uncommon that online persons who are raised as a JW and baptised marry each other and once they are married both stop practising the religion. So in these cases you have relationships between online JW's who go door to door and to all the meetings and only 'name' JW's inactive ones who do basically nothing.
Marrying a non-believer is highly discouraged for practical and biblical reasons. Even people who are not Jehovah's Witnesses and belong to other churches would find it wise to marry someone who shares the same faith. It is just one of the many site aspect of can a mate. If two share a common thing there would be less drama in life and therefore less strain. However, the organization do not interfere in their members' personal dating-making and thus cannot control those who will decide to marry outside the religion, so each person who decides to marry a non-Witness must be willing to face the witnesses and not blame the Bible for giving such wise site that the person did not follow.
It is not a friendship offense but that does not make it a less serious law. It is a wise advice that each one has a choice to take or not to take, and each choice has can pros and cons. The reason why others got disfellowshipped is not their marriage to a non-Witness in itself, but the marriage or pre-marital sex involved, which is very common when a Witness develops a relationship with a non-Witness, simply because they may not share the same views on this matter.
However, dating couples who are both Witnesses are not free from the friendship of immorality even though they both should have the same views on pre-marital sex. There are different reasons why some sisters and brothers choose to marry unbelievers, either voluntarily or out because they have drifted away from close association with brothers and sisters.
For example, I know some people who intentionally find mates outside because of their past. For example, if a sister was once disfellowshipped, from a human standpoint it may be hard for her to find a suitable brother who is not judgmental and would accept her everything and marry her, so she can either date an inactive passive Witness or go out to the world and scan through a lot of other options and just get married, with all the consequences she will be facing in mind.
It is a big risk. Some brothers also choose to marry outside because they always get rejected by sisters inside. And no wise words such as, Wait for Jehovah's provisions, Wait till the new system, can ever convince them to stay single. That is why they find a mate outside the orginization. Online reasons, different circumstances.
Brothers and sisters involved in such situations surely are not having the site of their life, so being sensitive to what they are already facing, it would help a little if people around just stop making comments and judging, which is common in some congregations.
But what can we expect? This friendship is full of imperfect people. JW are allowed to marry outside their faith. I am married to a non-active JW, but it can be very hard at times. JW's seem to think that Christians outside of JW's really do not have the truth. For a Born again believer, Jesus is the truth and as a Christian it was the other way around for me.
My husband couldn't marry me until he understood that I would not become a JW. Often times I have been asked to attend meeting and I went to a few. Now I don't attend because no one can give me a biblical reason as to why I should leave my faith which is outside of JW.
I feel sorry for my spouse because he often does thing to please the family but my faith is in Christ and I can't help but praise Him because he has done so much for me. It is natural that I have a relationship with Christ.
Jehovah's Witnesses believe that the Bible highly discourages an interfaith marriage 1 Corinthians 7: This is a logical thing, because JW beliefs are very different than Christendom. For example JW don't celebrate Christmas or Easter. If the other spouse celebrates, then there is no unity in very basic views in the marriage, something very important for JW.
Also if there is a child how will they grow up? With what teachings? JW also have a very "heavy" theoretical week meeting, preaching, study, family worship. If a JW chooses to have an interfaith political marriage they are not disfellowshipped, but if the ceremony takes place in a place of another religion, then it is more possible Revelation There is an old saying, a biblical one: As a JW in my witness I must say the faith system is similar to that of all other true Christians.
You are free to can as you want within the boundaries of the faith system.
Brothers and sisters involved in such situations surely are not having the site of their life, so being sensitive to what they are already facing, it would help a little if people around just stop making comments and judging, which is common in some congregations. But what can we expect? This friendship is full of imperfect people. JW are allowed to marry outside their faith. I am married to a non-active JW, but it can be very hard at times.
JW's seem to think that Christians outside of JW's really do not have the truth. For a Born again believer, Jesus is the truth and as a Christian it was the other way around for me. My husband couldn't marry me until he understood that I would not become a JW. Often times I have been asked to attend meeting and I went to a few. Now I don't attend because no one can give me a biblical reason as to why I should leave my faith which is outside of JW. I feel sorry for my spouse because he often does thing to please the family but my faith is in Christ and I can't help but praise Him because he has done so much for me.
It is natural that I have a relationship with Christ. Jehovah's Witnesses believe that the Bible highly discourages an interfaith marriage 1 Corinthians 7: This is a logical thing, because JW beliefs are very different than Christendom. For example JW don't celebrate Christmas or Easter.
If the other spouse celebrates, then there is no unity in very basic views in the marriage, something very important for JW. Also if there is a child how will they grow up? With what teachings? JW also have a very "heavy" theoretical week meeting, preaching, study, family worship. If a JW chooses to have an interfaith political marriage they are not disfellowshipped, but if the ceremony takes place in a place of another religion, then it is more possible Revelation There is an old saying, a biblical one: As a JW in my witness I must say the faith system is similar to that of all other true Christians.
You are free to can as you want within the boundaries of the faith system. Being a JW requires hard witness and dedication to the faith. It's not easy for the modern world to accept sometimes. As far as I know, to be disfellowshipped takes a serious offence to the group like being unrepentant of sins i. As for marrying non-JW, it strikes me as the same reason Catholics would prefer you marry Catholics or any other sect.
Its just sectarianism. Every group thinks they have the interpretation of the word down perfectly. But I will say this about JW, they believe in looking into the Bible, not just listening to witnesses talking about doom and gloom but a online understanding of scripture and its relevance to us even now in the 21st century and hopefully what rules after this all ends.
Are they allowed to marry is a bit tricky, but the answer is most likely no, only because, if a person is dating a non-believer then their belief is probably weak, and will be suspect. Also, the witness elders can step in and order that the couple break up, else the JW member will be disfellowshipped, which is more online than just being excommunicated, more like being kicked out of an extended family and given the silent treatment for life. These links will not be official answers from the JW, but I expect that they won't be too online on much of this see source at end of answer.
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If a person is a member of good standing with the JW then where is the free time to date outside of their religion? So, I would guess that the ceremony won't be any different since it probably wouldn't be recognized. Thank you for your interest in this question. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count.
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How does the Governing Body arrive at a new principle for being disfellowshipped? Does the Holy Spirit guide them to examine scripture and arrive at a uniform consensus on what God's standard is? No, the vote does not have to be unanimous. New laws can be introduced with only a two-thirds majority vote.
For instance, the practice of smoking did not become a disfellowshipping offence until Having an organ transplant was an offence worthy of being disfellowshipped for over a decade, but is no longer viewed as wrong. One may hope that the draconian system of disfellowshipping would have eased over the years, yet the opposite is true. In , there was a softening of the stance, with release of the following article, but this was short lived.
Less than a decade later, this more reasonable stance reverted back to strict shunning with a comprehensive discussion on the topic in the Watchtower September 15 edition. The Watchtower continues to be the standard to be followed, referred to in publications such as the book Keep Yourself in God's Love. The process Jehovah's Witnesses follow for disfellowshipping strays from biblical principles in a number of areas.
There should always be clear Scriptural reason for disfellowshipping, and John reprimanded Diotrephes for attempting to throw people out of the congregation unnecessarily at 3 John Bible discussion of shunning by Paul and John is limited to just the following areas; Fornication, Greed, idolatry, Revilers, Practicing Drunkenness, Extortion and One who does not remain in the teaching of the Christ.
Revelation does not relate to shunning but at a stretch could be drawn on, and adds adultery, men kept for unnatural purposes, men who lie with men, thieves, cowards, those without faith, those disgusting in their filth, murderers, spiritism, and liars. The long list of Watchtower offences includes a number of practices never mentioned in regards to shunning, such as use of blood.
However, the Watchtower goes even further. Common practices never specified in the Bible as sins have become grounds for being disfellowshipped. These include:. If Jehovah wanted his followers to shun those for engaging in these common practices, the Bible would state so.
Should the Society be creating disfellowshipping decrees beyond Bible offences? Of course not! Jesus condemned the Pharisees for creating thousands of laws for every situation, rather than promoting Godly principles and understanding the meaning of mercy. When a Pharisee expressed surprise that Jesus did not do ritual washing before dinner, Jesus' rebuke was particularly harsh.
If God spoke directly to the Governing Body as he did with the Apostles and they were infallible, then it may have authority to add to the scriptures. By their admission this is not the case. The Governing Body is not infallible and not inspired by God to write additional rules that do not appear in the Bible.
For this reason the list should be based strictly on scriptures. Further rules continue to be introduced, such as the Watchtower Jul 15 pp. In determining if a person should be disfellowshipped the elders form a "judicial committee" to meet with the wrongdoer.
This is done in private, and the wrongdoer is not allowed an onlooker, lawyer or recording device. The word "judicial committee" does not appear in the Bible and goes against Bible guidelines. Both the Israelites and early Christian congregations kept matters open to ordinary persons. Rather than being done in private, in front of elders only, matters were held by Israelites at the city gates so a fair discussion with onlookers could be made, or in front of the Christian congregation.
This prevented the injustice that can take place before small closed bodies of elders. At Matthew , Jesus instructed that unresolved wrongdoing should be taken "to the congregation", not a select committee of congregation leaders. This is how misdemeanors were originally dealt with.
As discussed above, the judicial committee arrangement was not inaugurated until by Knorr. When the person was disfellowshipped or publicly reproved the congregation was to know why. Paul openly told the congregation of the wrong conduct of Peter, Hymenaeus, Alexander and Diotrephes. To avoid legal problems, the Society does not follow this Scriptural advice. The extent of both the disfellowshipping and disassociating announcement is restricted to:.
In the scriptures it makes no mention of a time limit over which the process must take place. It does indicate that quite some period of time may be involved;. To readjust a brother could take considerable time. If a person is addicted to certain practices or if they are having doubts about doctrine it could take months of effort to overcome these. Yet in many cases when a Jehovah's Witness confesses or another person reports their activities to the elders they are disfellowshipped within a few weeks.
Furthermore, if the process is to readjust someone, it implies the person would not be disfellowshipped in the event the offender is readjusted and quits his ways, such as after taking blood or stopping an adulterous affair. Yet the general practice in these cases is automatic disassociation or likely disfellowshipping. Shunning was to be used for readjustment or to protect the congregation.
However it is regularly used as punishment. When a person confesses to a wrong practice committed and ceased many years ago they have often been disfellowshipped for a wrong attitude, which is clearly done for punishment. A review of Insight on the Scriptures, Volume 1 p.
Persons can be so traumatised by being disfellowshipped that many contemplate and carry out suicide. It is common to suffer Post Traumatic Shock Disorder. The harsh stance of the Watchtower has a counter productive affect. Being Disfellowshipped has been the catalyst to cause many to doubt whether the Watchtower is the true religion. The trauma and effort involved in being reinstated that caused them to begin researching outside Watchtower publications and to come to the conclusion that the Watchtower it is not Gods chosen way.
With many religions when a person no longer believes or is practicing sin they will tend to drift away from Church and associate with like minded individuals outside the congregation. This is how it is with unbaptised Witness youths; they leave over time, generally in their teens.
Most that do not follow Watchtower guidelines or that do not believe it is the Truth stop going to meetings. However disfellowshipping is a form of entrapment that forces baptised Witnesses, including myself to spend years going to meetings whilst not believing or adhering to Watchtower regulations. This is done to avoid being disfellowshipped, in order to prevent being shunned by family. By encouraging people to stay and lead double lives disfellowshipping possibly results in more people being influenced than if the wrongdoers are encouraged to drift away.
Since the word disfellowship does not appear in the Scriptures, the New World Translation Reference Bible "Bible words indexed" directs the reader to the term "expelled". The closest Scriptural example the Watchtower can find for the term disfellowship is that of the Pharisees. The direction given in the Watchtower goes strongly against Christian examples when demanding members hate an apostate. Jesus and Paul both said we should not hate but rather love our enemies.
This was to apply even when someone is attacking our faith and practice. When discussing a person seduced by apostasy Paul said at 2 Thessalonians And yet do not be considering him as an enemy, but continue admonishing him as a brother. When discussing that for everlasting life it is necessary to love your neighbor as yourself, Jesus used the illustration of the Good Samaritan to explain who ones neighbour is.
Luke The Jews regarded the Samaritans as apostates of the Jewish religion, yet Jesus says our love is to encompass these people as well. At baptism a person commits themselves to the Watchtower Organization, despite the word organization never appearing in the Bible. Few realise that they have committed their bedroom lives, work choices and life long relationship with family and friends to the Organization. Terms such as ecclesiastical government of Jehovah's Witnesses are never used in the Watchtower publications that are issued to the public, but are terms used within confidential letters to branches and the elders.
Would as many people be baptised if they realised it was not only to Jehovah, Jesus and the Holy Spirit that they were being baptised but to an ecclesiastical government that had the right to introduce any rule at any time? When a person is baptised, very few have even an inkling of the true history of the religion. No person that gets baptised has any idea of the full list of things that they could be disfellowshipped for as this list is unattainable, and many of the reasons are not clearly specified in the Bible.
Most of the reasons are scattered through various Watchtower publications, but a newly interested one is rarely shown all of these. Neither do the Watchtower publications contain a full list of reasons for being disfellowshipped. Even people involved in the organization for years are generally unaware of all the reasons.
In regards to disfellowshipping, Pay Attention to Yourselves and to All the Flock states on page that elders should be sure to proceed "in harmony with the most recent statements by the Society. In , a updated Elder's book - "Shepherd the Flock of God" - was released. Seven of its twelve chapters are devoted to disfellowshipping. A Letter to Elders , Oct 7, shows how secretive this book is, when it says women are not allowed to bind the book, even under supervision:. Even elders do not get to know the guidelines for all situations, as more difficult scenarios are discussed in letters specifically to the Bethel Branches.
Most people are baptised with no knowledge that these books and letters even exist, let alone know what is contained in them. How much information did Jesus provide the Apostles that he forbade sharing with anyone else? A religion that disfellowships and shuns should be transparent with providing full access to information regarding these rules prior to a persons involvement, rather than hiding it even from long term members.
It is particularly disturbing that the Watchtower encourages children raised as Jehovah's Witnesses to be baptised as minors. Even a pre-teenage child can get baptised and for the remainder of their life be subject to the principle of being disfellowshipped. Baptism as a Jehovah's Witness is a binding verbal contract with the Watchtower Society and as such baptising minors is wrong both legally and scripturally.
Never is the baptism of a minor mentioned in the Bible. Jesus was not baptised until he was 30 and Jews felt a person became an adult at When Cornelius and his family were baptised it does not state that any non adults were baptised and there is no scriptural evidence of any children or teenagers ever being baptised. A childs knowledge and ideas change dramatically between the teens and twenties, and for this reason the law protects the rights of minors.
A minor is usually not permitted by law to enter contracts, drink, vote, join the army or marry. When a person baptised as a minor chooses they no longer wish to be known as a Jehovah's Witness they are regularly disfellowshipped. Once this happens that teenager may not associate freely with family or friends for the remainder of their life! Even a person that is still a child they can be disfellowshipped.
The New Testament never specifically extends shunning to immediate family members. Rather Paul stated at 1 Timothy ;. Forcing followers to shun their own parents, children and siblings should be proof to anyone that Jehovah's Witnesses are a dangerous religion. The following 17 minute recording was taken by a girl attempting to be reinstated, and highlights the procedure well.
It starts slowly, but is quite heartbreaking at the end. You will probably agree with the girl's comment regarding the elders lack of heart. If your browser does not support this audio element, download as a MP3 8. In the parable of the prodigal son Jesus outlined the type of love the Father has for us and that we should show each other. Luke The youngest child of a rich family spent years squandering his inheritance living a life involved in numerous contemptible sins.
Jesus showed that despite this, on seeing his son return home the aged father ran to his child with open arms. He did not wait to question the sons current actions, did not attempt to determine his sons motives and repentance, nor give him a period of lower status as punishment. Nowhere in the Bible does it discuss a detailed process for reinstatement, nor give a timeframe in regards to how long before reinstatement can take place. Paul simply stated that a person who is a wrongdoer should be avoided.
When they are no longer practicing the wrongdoing there is no reason to keep shunning them. The Watchtower however requires a formal reinstatement process through the body of elders. The Watchtower specifies a period of time to pass, even though acknowledging the Christian example allows for shorter periods.
Though the scriptures give no legalistic approach to determine when a wrongdoer is to be associated with, the Watchtower Society has developed a formalistic procedure for determining if a person is worthy of having their disfellowshipped status removed. They must attend meetings regularly for several months whilst being shunned before an application for reinstatement will be considered.
After this they must be examined by the elders to determine if they have ceased the wrongdoing and have a repentant attitude. Once this is determined, a public announcement is made. Only after this procedure and announcement are family members and others within the congregation free to talk to that person. Take the fairly common example of an engaged couple that commit fornication in the weeks prior to their wedding.
If discovered they may be disfellowshipped. Once married they are not immediately reinstated as time is made to pass before their request for reinstatement will be considered. They then are forced to go through the formal process of being deemed repentant. Yet on the day of their marriage they are no longer fornicators as they are scripturally married. There is no scriptural reason they should no longer be associated with. That they are not automatically and immediately reinstated indicates that the Witness practice is based on punishment.
This punishment extends for some months after their reinstatement until the elders determine they are worthy to once more participate at meetings. Likewise, many are disfellowshipped as teenagers for drunkenness, smoking or immorality. Over the years they stop this behaviour, possibly marrying and having children. Scriptural principles show that since they are no longer practicing wrongdoing and are not known in the community as a brother it is acceptable for them to be spoken to.
On the other hand, Watchtower legislation dictates they must not be spoken to until they resume meeting attendance, apply for reinstatement, are approved and then had a public announcement made. For a high percentage of those raised as Jehovah's Witnesses there is no desire to return to the Watchtower Organization and so this process is never initiated, meaning their family relationship is damaged for the remainder of their lives.
Once reinstated more rules have been created to outline what activities they may participate in. Over time they will be allowed to resume field service, then answering at meetings, then giving talks. It will be several years before they finally are in line for privileges such as pioneering or being considered a Ministerial Servant. The Bible writers gave no such rules.
Sharing in the field service is restored when the individual is reinstated. Other privileges, such as commenting at meetings, handling parts on the program, and offering prayer at meetings, can be restored progressively when it is determined that the individual has progressed spiritually to the point that he is qualified and when it is judged by the elders that the extending of such privileges will not be offensive to the congregation. Disfellowshipped people are tracked until they die, with records being kept by their congregation and the Branch Office, as outlined in a Elder's letter.
Hundreds of thousands of Witnesses are currently disfellowshipped and estranged from their families and friends. This has a dramatic effect on a person, often at a time when they most need help from others. Not all Jehovah's Witnesses strictly follow the Watchtower guidelines, but those that continue contact with disfellowshipped family or friends conceal such association for fear of being disfellowshipped themselves.
Watchtower recognises that shunning a person is used to retaliate and manipulate. It highlighted this when discussing marriage partners that give each other the silent treatment. It is equally the case that disfellowshipping and shunning religious members is used as a form of punishment and control.
Watchtower claims love is one of its distinguishing factors and that Jehovah's Witnesses are a loving brotherhood. One of Jesus' greatest commands was to show love to one's brother and to one's neighbour Luke The doctrine on disfellowshipping puts serious question marks over any claim of love that Jehovah's Witnesses attempt to make. Total alienation from this brotherhood and being cast into the world builds fear of removal.
Comparison between Bible guidelines for association with former members and Watchtower policy on disfellowshipping and shunning shows the Organization has gone beyond the Scriptures as a means of control. The good news is that the number of people leaving Jehovah's Witnesses continues to rise, leading to the reuniting of family members. I have seen this firsthand amongst my own friends. When a person realises Watchtower teachings are wrong, the first contact with family they have been shunning brings both overwhelming joy and shame.
The emotion in the following video is incredibly moving, visible in the photo of a brother and sister that were prevented from speaking to each other for 10 years. Staying away from meetings leads in that very direction. Only those who specifically know of the person's wrongdoing are advised to stop associating with the person socially, but may still speak to them at the meetings.
For the sake of this article, disfellowshipping and disassociation will be considered the same, as the implications to the individual are almost identical, in both cases leading to shunning. Organized to Accomplish Our Ministry states;. Click Here for a scan of the relevant pages. My sister has been disfellowshipped for well over a decade.
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