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No premarital sex and countless hours of Bible study.
These are just some of the conditions those who fall for a Jehovah's Witness must adhere to. She has painted her fingernails, polished her patent leather shoes and donned a new dress from H&M.
Except that he's a Jehovah's Witness and I am Agnostic. I can't tell you what to do nor do I profess to know alot about his faith. They also have bible study during the week and they are adamant about each member putting in time to go door to door and try and bring in new people to their church. and it worked until the relationship got very serious and i realized i'd be doing the church thing alone and she really did'nt fall into my beliefs. He was a very business minded individual and into computers, programming and we are talking the early 80's here.
I have talked to him before about my apprehensions and he doesn't seem to think its a problem but I don't think he is looking too far ahead, he's only thinking about how he feel about me now and not how this will affect our potential relationship. I do know that I have a good friend at work who is a Jehovah and I know that they are VERY serious about their convictions. Suddenly I and others noticed signifigant changes in his personality.
They are not considered as JW's and the society can not officially sanction any of their life style choices.As for the articles I have read on your site, I have read them thoroughly and I like what you said in one of your articles: ‘…that a person who is truly in love with another person should be able to put their relationship with that person before any commitment to a human organization (such as the Watchtower Society).’ I see nothing wrong with our relationship being that she doesn’t claim the Jehovah’s Witness religion but her parents do.Is it possible to go to an elder to ask for his blessing on our relationship?They arrive in caravans, bringing Tupperware, coolers, blankets and, most importantly, their Bibles.Here they can pray among peers, feeling a sense of community instead of isolation.