However, in a recent publication of the Watchtower, the Society now grants Jehovah’s Witnesses an out on this issue by claiming that in abusive situations involving the physical health of spouse or “absolute endangerment of spiritual life,” a Jehovah’s Witness spouse may “obtain a legal separation” if that person’s mate “constantly” tries to “make it impossible” for the Jehovah’s Witness to “pursue true worship.” 1.
Ohmyjw saod the group had "do not call" lists which people can specifically ask to be added to.
He also criticised the group for having a "big problem with child abuse," saying "they believe child abuse is only a sin, not really a crime, the elders in almost all cases don't report to the authorities, instead they try to handle it inside the congregation".
The Jehovah’s Witnesses are not encouraging her to go back to me even though according to their policies, she doesn’t have Scriptural grounds for a divorce because there was no fornication involved.
She filed for divorce and is dragging me into a custody battle over our children.
He also described how his family now refused to acknowledge him and his wife after they left the group.