The Jehovah's Witnesses believe many things that are very different from the beliefs
held by most Christians. Their beliefs range from the subtle and relatively
inconsequential to the major and extremely important. Below are listed some of the
later:
Jehoha's Witness Beliefs
1)About Prophesy
The Jehovah's Witnesses believe that their organization & leaders are
prophetic and that followers must never question anything they pronounce:
This belief is held in spite of the frequent changes in doctrine made by the
leadership.

Their belief in the prophetic validity of their leaders is held in spite of the
enormous number of false prophecies issued by their leaders.

2) About who is Jesus
The Witnesses believe that Jesus was just a man. They would add
that he was a sinless man, but in their view he was nothing more.

This view is held in spite of the vast amount that the scriptures say about
the Deity of Jesus

In their pamphlets they will say, speciously, that the word Trinity is not
found in the Bible. Of course it is not. The word trinity and the doctrine of
the trinity were developed in response to the heresies of the first three
centuries. Believers from Thomas and Paul through these later times
knew that Jesus was God. He had said it many times. One of the
clearest is listed below:
John 14:6-9 (NIV 3)
6Jesus answered, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one
comes to the Father except through me. 7If you really knew me, you
would know my Father as well. From now on, you do know him
and
have seen him
." 8Philip said, "Lord, show us the Father and that will be
enough for us." 9Jesus answered: "
Don't you know me, Philip, even
after I have been among you such a long time? Anyone who has
seen me has seen the Father
. How can you say, 'Show us the
Father'?

The Witnesses denial of the deity of the Lord Jesus is similar to an ancient
heresy known as Arianism. This view held that Christ was a creature, not the
Creator. Arianism was doomed to obscurity. Witnesses revived this heresy
as did 7th day Adventists and Mormons.
3) About the Holy Spirit
The Witnesses believe that the Holy Spirit is not a person, and
certainly not part of the triune God. They hold that The Holy Spirit is
God's motive force, like electricity. They say that this is how God
acts in the physical world.

This view is held in spite of the many scriptures that describe the Holy
Spirit
as a person equal with God the Father and with the Son