Open Letter to the Jehovah's Witnesses

Jehovah’s Witnesses
11525 73rd Avenue North
Maple Grove, MN 55369

Jehovah Witnesses’ Leadership,

Please put my residence on the do not call list.

I don’t know when Jesus was born (and it probably wasn’t December 25th … I get that!), but this is the day I have chosen to celebrate His birth.

I was extremely offended that as my family was gathered to celebrate the birth of my Savior, that JW representatives knocked on my door.

I have a very clear and large “no solicitation” sign on my front door.

Please respect my right to not be bothered and never visit my house again.
Comment: Is there a J/W do not call list!?


  1. The best way to get on their "do not call" list is to walk them through John 1:1 in the Greek and note carefully that (a) the indefinite article is not there and (b) if the NWT is correct, the JWs are polytheists. According to a roommate I had in college, it works REALLY well--his mother tried it and they never got visited again.

  2. The Jehovah's Witnesses on one hand fill their books and lectures with details about how evil and corrupt every other religion is, but then when theirs is exposed as corrupt they fall back on how it's "voluntary" to be a member, and how it's not nice to say nasty things about them, and how they're being "persecuted."

    Jehovah's Witnesses are unpopular for many reasons, none of which matched the early church except for non-political involvement, which is not exclusive to them at all. They are like carnival hucksters preaching the need to become a Jehovah's Witness or die at Armageddon.

    They say they promote good family life? Only until you disagree with the leadership in Brooklyn on the slightest of points, and then they completely divide and destroy the family. Then they write hypocritical articles like the new July 2009 Awake! "The Bible's Viewpoint - Is It Wrong to Change Your Religion?" and make themselves look open-minded and progressive, but practice the most destructive forms of shunning of all religions if you disobey the leadership's ever-changing doctrines, dates and rules.

    Anyone can be persecuted, which proves nothing if you are a religion invented in the late 1800s by a man who was into pyramidology, numerology, and who stood on the top of a building with a white sheet waiting to be raptured. 130 years later, they are still awaiting a false hope. -
    Danny Haszard


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