Jehovah’s Witnesses have been around since the last 1800s. A Bible study group based in Pennsylvania began to analyze and dissect the Bible only to come to the conclusion that the majority of its teaching were not being carried out by mainstream Christian religions. The group began to develop their own denomination, and the beliefs quickly spread throughout the United States. Today, the modern day Jehovah’s Witness is known for their evangelical door-to-door work and not much else. The general population knows very little about the faith, and there are many misconceptions about what they believe in. While they are still a pretty small religion, making up only 1% of U.S. adults, they are still an important group of people that we can learn from. Here are some facts that you probably didn’t know about the Jehovah’s Witness faith.