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Jehovah's Witnesses who date are ready, willing, and able to marry someone. Before they start dating, they must be in a position to get married, - spiritually, physically, emotionally, and financially. parents would not likely let their under age son or daughter date if they don't have a job and are still going to school.
They also exhibit a faith that all people who believe and practice Jehovah's purpose for a beautiful and inhabited earth may live on this earth for eternity.Jehovah's Witnesses do not believe in dating people outside of their religion because dating is supposed to lead to marriage, and Paul told early Christians not to be 'unevenly yoked', i.e.they should not develop close friendships and partner with unbelievers.The first issue of the Jehovah's Witness magazine was published in July 1879.In the early 1880's, congregations began forming in nearby states, and the Zion's Watch Tower Tract Society was formed and incorporated.Just as in the past, today Jehovah's Witnesses continue to be an influence in this purpose.
Jehovah's Witnesses believe that the Bible expects them to respect marriage, and they also believe in instilling this and other principals within their children. There are numerous Jehovah's Witnesses dating websites, and while many of these focus on meeting other practicing and believing Jehovah's Witnesses for friendship and love, other sites actually speak out against the practice of dating online.
They believe that 'armageddon' is coming soon and everyone will be destroyed by their God Jehovah, unless they sign up and join their religion.
JW's don't believe they are going to heaven unless they're part of the 'anointed class'.
Regarding marriage to non believers, the Watchtower says this, 'Jehovah warned of the dangers and consequences of bad associations.
For example, concerning the nations that the Israelites were to dispossess, Jehovah commanded: “You must form no marriage alliance with them.
Similarly, Christians guard against forming relationships with those who might weaken their faith.