since it's not a pagan holiday?
or you can go to our official site at http://www.watchtower.org/ to look up any info about what we believe and the Scriptural reasons...
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Answer by ozarkgirl3 at 3:28 PM on Jan. 29, 2009
JWs do not celebrate Thanksgiving. It's not a Pagan holiday HOWEVER... It's a political holiday. And they do not participate in any politics or political holidays either. They do not mix with the world. And only celebrate "holydays" that are comanded in the bible... AKA, the last supper. They do not partake in politics of the "world" in order to stay "clear." So in short order... No. I also agree with Anon... We shouldn't either... It's really a horrid thing to celebrate!
This is true but I find it ironic that if they aren't allowed to celebrate birthday's and the like why can the celebrate graduations and marriage anniversaries? Contradictory much?
Answer by Anonymous at 4:50 PM on Jan. 30, 2009
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