The Watchtower's View of Active
Jehovah's Witnesses in Dialogue with Former
Jehovah's Witnesses on the Internet

© Spotlight Ministries, Vincent McCann, 2003

Below is a copy of what I wrote to the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of Britian, based in London, regarding their position on active Jehovah's Witnesses talking with former Jehovah's Witnesses on the internet:

The Watchtower
The Ridgeway,
London, NW7 1RN


Dear WBTS,
I am writing to ask what the Watchtower Society's view is of active Jehovah's Witnesses engaging in discussion with disassociated and disfellowshipped Jehovah's Witnesses through the medium of email, chat rooms, or internet message board forums. I would also like to know what the Society's position is on active Jehovah's Witnesses engaging in discussion through these same means with those who are known to be actively opposed to the teachings of the Watchtower.

I ask the above questions as it has come to my attention that there are a number of people claiming to be Jehovah's Witnesses who regularly visit web sites that are actively opposed to the teachings of the Watchtower and engage in discussion with ex-members and opposers.

If you could clarify what your position is on this practice, by letter, I would be most grateful.

Mr. McCann

Click here to see a scanned letter from the Watchtower in response to this.

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