Offering boxes are placed near the door so people can give if they wish. Cross - Jehovah's Witnesses beliefs state that the cross is a pagan symbol and should not be displayed or used in worship.Witnesses believe Jesus died on a Crux Simplex, or a single upright punishment stake, not a t-shaped cross (Crux Immissa) as we know today.Hell - Hell is humankind's "common grave," not a place of torment. Annihilationism is the belief that all unbelievers will be destroyed after death, instead of spending an eternity of punishment in hell.
Witnesses are best known for going door to door, but they also publish and distribute millions of copies of printed material every year.
Witnesses hold that only Jehovah is God, that Jesus was created by Jehovah and is inferior to him.
They further teach that the Holy Spirit is a force of Jehovah.
The religion denies the Trinity concept of three Persons in one God.
Jesus Christ - Jesus Christ is God's son and is "inferior" to him. Christ's death was sufficient payment for sin, and he rose as an immortal spirit being, not as the God-man.
Some of the distinct beliefs of Jehovah's Witnesses set this religion apart from other Christian denominations, such as limiting the number of people who will go to heaven to 144,000, denying the Trinity doctrine, and rejecting the traditional Latin cross.