Question by  angelguy (30)

How does the Baptist religion compare with Jehovah's Witness?


Answer by  Rollojeff (11)

The Two religions basically come under Christianity. Baptist people say that, only if we under go baptism we will be able to enter the kingdom of God. Jehovah's Witness are a group who claim to be direct descendants of the people who have seen the LORD.

Reply by Daniel88 (1):
Actually Baptist do not believe that baptism leads to salvation. Only putting your faith in the perfect son of God, Jesus Christ, who died on the cross for our sins and rose again in three days, leads to salvation. Baptism is simply an outward showing of our faith in Christ.  add a comment

Answer by  Nancy (578)

One of the main differences is that Jehovah's Witnesses do not believe in receiving blood transplants for any reason as they are taking a particular verse from the bible and equating that with not ingesting any blood, which to them also represents getting blood transfusions as it goes into your body.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

Jehovah's Witnesses do not celebrate Christmas, New Years' Eve, birthdays or Easter, which Baptists do celebrate. They do celebrate conversions.


Answer by  coco95 (234)

Although both Baptist's and Jehovah's Witness' share similar core christian values, they are very different. Jehovah's Witness' choose not to celebrate holidays like christmas and birthdays.


Answer by  c2a4r8l2 (42)

The Baptist religion believes that Jesus was God in the flesh, they believe in the trinity as the Father,Son and Holy Ghost being one. Jehovah's Witnesses do not believe that Jesus Christ was God in the flesh, they also do not believe in hell.


Answer by  Emmanforsure (12)

jehovahs witness not believing about heaven and hell. sori for the wrong grammar im form philippines


Answer by  Taran (716)

Jehovah's Witnesses Protestant Christianity "Hebrew Scriptures" and "Christian Greek Scriptures" "Old Testament" and "New Testament" Jehovah Trinitarian God Son of God, Word of God, God's first creation, Son of God, Word of God, God, second Person Archangel Michael (see Jesus Christ0 of the Trinity (see Christology God's active force (impersonal) God, Third Person of the Trinity

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