laboratory-glassware-1266636-mWhile the Watchtower’s blood policy is a religious based belief, they have expended great effort in using scientific claims to bolster compliance with their teachings on vaccines, organ transplants, blood and blood fractions. It is only reasonable to be concerned about whether or not they have presented the science in a balance and accurate manner. This section of the website will explore the veracity of their claims in great detail.

The permanent pages of this section are available using the pull down “Science” menu from the navigation bar at the top of the page. Below you will the remainder of the Science section via a series of posts on Science topics.

 

 

 


Watchtower Policy on Vaccination

Most Jehovah’s Witnesses will be completely unaware of the Watchtower Society’s (WTS) once firm position against the “crime” of vaccination. During the centuries great plagues and illnesses have taken hundreds of millions of victims, sometimes even devastated...

Watchtower Policy on Organ Transplants

As with blood, the Watchtower Society (WTS) originally had no objections to organ transplants. In a Questions from Readers section in The Watchtower, Aug. 1, 1961, page 480, the question about organ transplants is answered pointedly: “• Is there anything in the Bible...

Blood, Vaccines and Organ Transplants

What follows is a collection of quotes from Watchtower Society literature.This information will help you understand the development of the blood doctrine, and document the many changes in policy through the years. Quotes are presented in chronological order. Our...

Albumin – Watchtower Quotes

What follows is a collection of quotes from Watchtower Society literature on the subject of albumin. Watchtower writers and representatives are fond of saying that they have "commented consistently" on albumin and other blood fractions. Their published statements...

Straight from the Doctor

Dr. John Doyle, M.D answers questions Jehovah's Witnesses want to ask. QUESTION: These blood components allowed by the WTS, aren't really blood, are they? ANSWER: They are derived from fractionating blood, and so are blood products by definition. QUESTION: Aren't...

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