Myth: The reason why Jehovah's Witnesses do not celebrate Christmas is that they. Myth: You divide families by teaching members not to celebrate Christmas
Jehovah's Witnesses do not celebrate birthdays because we believe that such celebrations displease God. Although the Bible does not explicitly forbid .
For the Jehovah's Witnesses, however, Christmas is just another day. Why is it that this religious group, despite its origination in Christianity, wants nothing to do
They do not celebrate religious holidays such as Christmas and Easter, nor do they observe birthdays, national holidays, or other celebrations they consider to honor people other than Jesus. They feel that these and many other customs have pagan origins or reflect a nationalistic or political spirit.
Discussion of Jehovah's Witness celebration of birthdays and Christmas until the. May grace and strength be given me to do with my might what my hands find .
"In The Beginning" of 1870, and for almost the first 50 Years of the Bible Student Movement led by Pastor Russell, Christmas was celebrated as a day of .