JW Library – A Jehovah’s Witness App Review

JW Library

JW Library is a free app created specifically to assist Jehovah’s Witnesses with viewing the Bible and other religious content more easily. With an intuitive user interface that’s simple to use and plenty of helpful tools available to you, it enables easy comparison between Bible translations to find one that best meets your needs or the ability to go back easily into any earlier reading sessions. Furthermore, this app features search history functionality as well as page turning functionality by simply swiping.

Jehovah’s Witnesses will find it full of religious content to satisfy their faith needs, from Bible versions and brochures and books, to articles and videos you can save for later access even when not connected to the internet. Furthermore, you can quickly organize your home menu with items of favorite material so they’re easier to locate quickly.

This app is essentially a propaganda machine for Jehovah’s Witness organization, carefully worded to brainwash members and limit legal liabilities for them. Furthermore, it speaks down to people who don’t follow its religion while changing doctrine based on “new light.” If you are curious about this religion I strongly advise looking up reviews from independent sources.

Many of the positive reviews come from soon-to-be apostates who gave this app four stars – this should serve as a warning to anyone considering joining this mindless religion that their beliefs could be false or dangerous.

Are You Curious about the History and Beliefs of Islamic Communities? There are numerous articles and videos which provide an impartial account of their teachings. Danny Cardoza’s book “Jehovah’s Witnesses and Modern Technology: The Ethical Use of Mobile Apps,” part of Palgrave Studies in Digital Religion series is an excellent starting point. This book’s chapters examine how Jehovah’s Witnesses use mobile apps such as JW Library to shape their ethical lives and religious beliefs, while technological change affects them. One example given of such processes by this chapter’s authors is JW Library itself. The authors employ both anthropological and sociological perspectives in their analysis of how mobile apps play a role in this specific religious setting, with similar insights extending to religious or nonreligious uses for mobile applications. The authors come to the conclusion that apps such as JW Library play a pivotal role in shaping new social norms related to technology and this trend is likely to continue into the future, making it imperative that we understand their impact on ethics. They hope this study can assist future app development that adheres to ethical use principles; and suggest it as an example for other studies on mobile app ethics.

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