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Jehovah's Witnesses

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'''Jehovah's Witnesses''' appeared in the second half of the nineteenth century in the USA. Their founder, Charles Taze Russell [], was Christian, but became influenced by [[Arianism|Arian]] and [[Seventh Day Adventism|Seventh-Day Adventist]] teachings.
Jehovah's Witnesses claim to be "Christians believing in the Bible", hence their real danger to the unaware Orthodox Christian. The [[heresy]] of Jehovah's Witnesses is clearly presented in their books; ''some'' of which are the following:
*Their book "''The Truth that leads to eternal life''," P. 24: [The [[Holy Spirit]] is not a Person, but God’s effective Power.]
*Their book "''Let God Be True''", P. 113: [The allegation of the clergy that the Holy Spirit is a third Spiritual Person, is an allegation based on a weak basis. It is the result of bad translation of the Greek original text, giving a word that means Person. But actually the origin means "breeze" or "wind", for as the breeze or the wind is invisible so also is God's Spirit. Whenever God’s Spirit comes upon a person, that person receives an authorization from God to perform a certain work. The Holy Spirit is the Power of God Almighty and Invisible. He is the Power that motivates God's servants to do His will.]

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