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Are Jehovah's Witness' Moral?


Jehovah's Witnesses don't allow blood transfusions. Lately, I've been reading a lot of articles about Jehovah's Witness women who die shortly after childbirth because they don't accept life-saving transfusions because their cult does not approve of them. Is it moral to force a child to grow up without a mother, and deny a mother the chance to watch her child grow up, just because it's your interpretation of the Bible? The thought of my son being forced to grow up without my love because of a primitive religious belief seems very immoral to me.

 

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Aime (Aime F) says

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    Joseph O Polanco 2 years ago

    But murdering an in-utero human being doesn't bother you in the slightest. How very sanctimonious of you ...


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Are Jehovah's Witnesses Moral? (Blood Transfusions)

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    DinoMommy (JennyDelToro) 2 years ago

    You're evil, man. Your hub said nothing. "Bloodless medicine"? Not the standard the world over, it's murderous lunacy based on one verse in the book of Genesis -- a story written thousands of years ago. You're sick.


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    Joseph O Polanco 2 years ago

    You forget that Christ taught, "Those who are healthy do not need a physician, but those who are ill do." (Luke 5:31) How, then, is taking our children to see a doctor when they're sick a display of "weak faith"?


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