All About Jehovah's Witnesses and Pacific Islander

Amber Fuston


Howard Snider

All About Jehovah's Witnesses and Pacific Islander

My selected religion which is Jehovah's Witnesses has many different differences than the religion I believe in which is Christianity but I was taught to be a baptist though. As a Jehovah Witness you really don't believe in every holidays except for a memorial of Christ's death but as a Baptist I celebrate every holiday that there is in the United States especially my birthday. Now days most people says that Christians shouldn't celebrate Halloween because it's the devil's holiday as when I see it has a holiday where people dress up and get candy by going trick or treating. Another thing I can say about if I was a Jehovah's Witnesses I would believe that there is a second chance after death but as a baptist there isn't a second chance after death. As a Jehovah Witness you basically go to a place call Kingdom Hall to worship the lord as a baptist I remember going to a church on Sunday mornings and evenings and Wednesday evenings to worship the lord but another thing I know about Jehovah's Witnesses is that they spread the word by going to door to door and trying to get people to believe in their religion.
Jehovah's Witnesses experiences with other religions is that they tried to do what the bible says to do which is to respect everyone because most people might have been raised to be a Jehovah's Witnesses or like myself I was raised to be a Christian especially Baptist. I think that you can learn something new that you never knew about the religion unless you experienced it. But I think everybody wants to try something new if they don't like it they don't have to keep up with it at all.
Jehovah's Witnesses have contributed to the American Culture in many numerous ways like first they are normally the first ones to help their followers or non followers during a natural disaster like an earthquake or...