Jehovah's Witnesses

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES belong to a religious movement founded in 1872 in Pittsburgh by Charles T. Russell, a businessman. He developed a unique theology based on the belief that Christ's presence would be revealed only to the righteous few who understood His message. Russell taught that the world's religious, political and economic institutions were corrupted by Satan and would be destroyed at Christ's second coming, originally expected to occur before the generation of people born before 1914...

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