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Watchtower lawyers are assisting her free of charge while I am spending thousands of dollarswith a lawyer who knows little to nothing of how destructive and deceptive the Jehovah’s Witnesses are.
I am worried that if she gains full custody of our children, the Jehovah’s Witness belief system will alienate them from me, just as it did to my now ex-wife.
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When I asked her where she got this idea, she told me that the people at the Kingdom Hall have been telling her that I am ‘bad’ because I ‘don’t serve Jehovah’ and that only Jehovah’s Witnesses will be ‘saved’ when Jehovah kills all the ‘bad’ people at the end of this system.…At all times they must be very careful not to divulge any information to the enemy that he could use to hamper the preaching work.” The Watchtower definition of a “lie” goes along with their view that one can say something false without considering it lying if they are doing so to protect the goals of the Jehovah’s Witness ministry. …While malicious lying is definitely condemned in the Bible, this does not mean that a person is under obligation to divulge truthful information to people who are not entitled to it.” Thus, in a court custody case, a Jehovah’s Witness ex-spouse or a Watchtower attorney may feel justified in providing false testimony under oath in order to protect the reputation of the organization and gain legal custody of the children with the goal of raising them “in the truth” (i.e., Watchtower indoctrination).To this end, theocratic war strategy can be seen illustrated in the advice the Watchtower provides in their child custody manual entitled, This manual instructs Jehovah’s Witnesses to overcome the controversial policies of the Watchtower religion by denying or minimizing the extent of certain practices and presenting a faulty image of the Jehovah’s Witness lifestyle to the court.However, in a recent publication of the Watchtower, the Society now grants Jehovah’s Witnesses an out on this issue by claiming that in abusive situations involving the physical health of spouse or “absolute endangerment of spiritual life,” a Jehovah’s Witness spouse may “obtain a legal separation” if that person’s mate “constantly” tries to “make it impossible” for the Jehovah’s Witness to “pursue true worship.” 1.Thus, it is likely that your Jehovah’s Witness ex-spouse is using this excuse for obtaining her divorce by claiming that your criticism of her religion endangers her “spiritual life.” As you noted by the experience you had with your five year old, you have good reason to be concerned over the Jehovah’s Witness belief system and how it will affect your children’s relationship with you if your ex-spouse gains legal custody.