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Sunday, 26 March 2017

Ex - Jehovah's Witnesses, who are now members of the Catholic Church, share their personal stories



Translated from original by Alexia Kriniti


For the readers to better understand the following testimonies of former Jehovah's Witnesses, first it is necessary to realise that the members of this sect live an essentially different life from the rest of us and not in a positive way, as Jehovah's Witnesses like to believe. The lives of Jehovah's Witnesses, religious and spiritual, professional, personal and social, are completely identified with their heretical religion. They work only with their fellow believers and they rent houses also only from their fellow believers. They support each other in their professional activity; for example, if a "brother" has a bakery, other Jehovah's Witnesses are buying their bread from him. Above all, they spend too many hours together: they are obliged to attend weekly meetings, which add up to a total of nearly 7 hours! In pairs or more, depending on the case, they do the weekly public preaching or the door-to-door ministry...

Thursday, 16 March 2017

WORSHIP PLACES AND MONUMENTS OF RELIGIONS



Translated from the original by Costas Balomenos

The Golden Temple of the Sikhs, in Amritsar, India

The places of worship are presented in alphabetical order.
The worship places of religions are:

1.   BUDDHIST TEMPLE
2.   HINDUISTIC TEMPLE OR MANTIR
3.   TEMPLE OF THE CONFUCIANISM
4.   PAGODA
5.   STOUPA
6.   TAOIST TEMPLE
7.   SYNAGOGUE
8.   MUSLIM MOSQUE
9.   CHRISTIAN TEMPLE

The Buddhist Temple: The Buddhist art is identified mostly to Indian art because it is mainly cultivated in India and it is strictly religious character, as it is connected closely with the worship of Buddha. The largest part of Buddhist art is concentrated in the temple, which not only employs the architect, but also the sculptor and painter...