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fact adopted the practices and beliefs of this sect, and that
one of the beliefs of this organization was the prohibition
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Jehovah's Witness Doctrine Hypocritical
Winnipeg Free Press
Thursday March 1, 2007

THE leadership of the Jehovah's Witnesses
publicly declares that followers "abstain from
blood" in accordance with the Book of Acts in the
Bible. Blood that leaves the body has to be
returned to the dust of the ground, according to

Following this ruling led to 22 children being
'martyred’ - dying rather than receiving a
transfusion-according to the May 22,1994 edition
of Awake!  So it's prohibited and that can be fatal.
Yet, the public would be surprised to learn the
leadership actually allows for many blood
therapies and has frequently changed its doctrine
since it began in the1940’s.

I was born a third-generation Jehovah's Witness.
My mother entered the religion in the late 1950’s,
a time when both whole blood and blood product
transfusions were banned. If taken, she would
have faced severe shunning by our families and
friends, as well as God's rejection. In 2005, my
mother died of heart failure after refusing a life-
saving transfusion to treat anemia.

Following my mother's death, I revisited the
leadership's stand on blood. To my horror, my
family did not know that in 2000, the leadership
began permitting hemoglobin transfusions that
could have saved her.  Hemoglobin constitutes 97
per cent of the red blood cell by weight. It is
responsible for transporting oxygen to our
tissues. Hemoglobin looks just like whole blood
as it hangs in a transfusion bag.

So, how did hemoglobin, made from stored
donated blood, suddenly become acceptable?
Had the Bible changed? Why didn't members
know? Shouldn't this blood be poured on the

Today, the leadership permits followers to take
any "blood fraction" made from donated, stored
red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets or
plasma. To make fractions, surplus blood is sold
to manufacturers who in turn, separate out the
desired blood product. Fractions are made from
many pints of stored blood. Rather than pouring
the blood on the ground, I found out the
leadership permitted 2,500 units of donated,
stored blood to make one dose of a clotting agent
called Factor VIII, a life-saving treatment used by

Interestingly, Jehovah's Witnesses do not donate
blood. Is it not both hypocritical and selfish to
accept blood products made from other people's
donated blood, but not donate blood back into the
According to the website, www.ajwrb.org, the
religiously approved "blood fractions" include
hemoglobin (14.8 per cent of whole blood),
albumin (2.6.per cent), globulins (1.6 percent),
clotting factors (0.2 per cent), interferon
interleukins and wound healing factors (1.3 per
cent), just to name a few.

Since blood is approximately 90 per cent water,
(each fraction of water would total a whole unit of
blood if combined) the leadership's blood policy
can be likened to Adam and Eve being told not to
eat the apple; but apple sauce, cider and pie made
from it are OK to eat.

The leadership does not make clear that the
allowed fractions plus water equals whole blood,
instead, it suggests the allowed fractions are
"minute." Is it not hypocritical to say you "abstain
from blood" but then in reality accept every blood

During the 1990s, the leadership repeatedly
explained that the decision: to approve the blood
component albumin was based, not on the Bible,
but on analyzing the natural world. They reasoned
that albumin was not sinful since it is naturally
transferred between a mother and fetus during
gestation. Oddly, red blood cells also naturally
transfer during gestation and white blood cells
transfer during breastfeeding. So why does the
leadership still forbid, red or white blood cell
Followers are not allowed to pre-deposit their own
whole blood for use in elective surgery: Yet, the
leadership permits followers to use their own
whole blood or red blood cell transfusions using
cell tagging techniques. How can this be?
Apparently, the leadership of the Jehovah's
Witnesses wants all to believe its view has not
changed. The bottom line is that the leadership
touts its infamous "no blood policy" as it proudly
martyred those 22 children and their recent
actions with the sextuplets.

But, their actions appear to prove they no longer
believe in their own policy. If blood is to be
poured out onto the ground, the use of blood
products and cell tagging should be prohibited.
Since this is not the case, why can't all of blood be
used to sustain life? The leadership's actions
prove its insincerity, yet it stands ready to shun
any follower who disagrees with it.

This bizarre hypocrisy would be a curiosity if its
effects were not so serious. Fortunately, Canadian
judges have demonstrated that they will protect
children from this lunacy. But adults and
advanced minors die.

Kerry Louderback-Wood is author of Jehovah's
Witnesses, Blood Transfusions, and the Tort of  
Misrepresentation- Journal of Church and State.
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