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He has two sisters who are very hypocritical Jehovah’s Witnesses. What questions should I ask and what should I avoid when talking to him about his choice of religion?” OUR RESPONSE: Dear Friend, It is good that you are concerned about the decision your fiancé has made to begin studying with the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
She claims that she has checked it out because she is on chapter eight of the book they are “studying” with her.
The fact that his sisters are Jehovah’s Witnesses and the fact that he waited until you were committed to marrying him before he started “studying” to join this religion makes us wonder if he had prior experience in this religion and has just been waiting for the right time to bring this religion into your relationship.
Do you know if he was raised as a Jehovah’s Witness?
I am scared about what this religion will do to our relationship and I feel like I am losing the man I love. He is no longer attending my church’s small group Bible studies and our religious discussions have become more intense.
How can I witness to him about my faith and help him find the truth in Christ without arguing and destroying our relationship?
Would it be more negative than positive in a marriage?