Where did Watchtower (WT) leaders really get their theology?  Was it from the Bible or was it from a Roman Bishop that was sited as a heretic?  Once you've red the true facts, you decide!

When WT leaders changed John 1:1 to "a god" without any true grammatical authority, what course of theology were they really following, when they made Jesus who is God into a demigod?


Encyclopædia Britannica Article

Paragrahp 8 of 8, at the bottom of page reads as follows:

"The Christology of Jehovah's Witnesses, also, is a form of Arianism; they regard Arius as a forerunner of Charles Taze Russell, the founder of their movement."

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MLA style: "Arianism." Encyclopædia Britannica 2006. After clicking on this link, scroll to the bottom of the page to see who the Watchtower leaders are really following.



 Encyclopædia Britannica Article

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"Arius born c. 250, , Libya died 336, Constantinople [now Istanbul, Tur.]

Christian priest of Alexandria, Egypt, whose teachings gave rise to a theological doctrine known as Arianism (q.v.), which, in affirming the created, finite nature of Christ, was denounced by the early church as a major heresy."