I am a Christian, and for the past three weeks I have been sharing with two and recently a third JW, and while they say they believe Jesus is the son of God they say He is not God all Mighty, they also say the Holy Spirit is "God's active force" and since he--HS has no name he is not real or part of the Godhead (Mat. 12:31-32), they don't believe that what Jesus did---healings can occur today because he is no longer here, they won't lay hands on the sick as mentioned in the Bible but rather, see their own suffer while we are reminded that we can lay hands on the sick and they will heal (of course, this can only be attested to if a person has actually experienced such a healing as mentioned in God's word). Also, they say they have the 'correct' version of God's word since it comes from the 'original' texts so when I ask to see or read the original, they say the 'originals' have been lost/burned. Further, they say Jesus is "a god" and that Lucifer is a god and that Jesus could not be God because 'God can't be tempted as when Lucifer tempted Christ. In addition, they also say that Jesus is Michael the Archangel before he was Jesus and that Jesus is the first creation and not God All Mighty although KJV says (i.e. Gen. 1:26 that there are more then one person). They also reject the Trinity because there is no mention of such (yet, 1 Jn. 5:7 and others say otherwise) and say "the holy spirit has no name so he is not a real person"; that other 'version' of the Bible are mistaken because their is the only correct one without mistakes especially when i read Jn. 1:1).
Throughout our 'sessions' or chats, they easily dismiss all other Bibles and anything I presented-- based on my KJV, and I noticed they are staunch in what they belief pertaining to Jehovah, the Holy Spirit and about Jesus not being God.
So ex-JWs, what lead you to turn from your belief as one and into becoming or accepting to be a Christian?
Thanks for sharing and I hope you don't mind the long question here.