60 Questions Every Jehovah's Witness Should Be Asked
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Some may be of the opinion that those who call themselves "Jehovah's Witnesses" are true authorities on the Bible. Truthfully, though, they are not authorities at all. They give a total allegiance to the dictates of an organization--but, as evidence contained in this book demonstrates, their organization is completely removed from the plain teachings of God's Word. ^This book aims to put into the hands of God's people questions that will present immense difficulties to the Jehovah's Witness and which may, under God, penetrate his programming, shatter his belief in the Watchtower organization, and lead him into the blessings of a personal saving relationship with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. ^^This book contains the questions, answers given in the Watchtower Magazine and other writings of the Jehovah's Witnesses, and the Biblical answers to the questions. It also contains a list of websites and other resources where you may find more detailed information about the problems and errors of the Watchtower and the Jehovah's Witnesses. ^^
Many people believe that "Jehovah's Witnesses" are authorities on the Bible. The truth is they are not. But they are experts in evangelism. The next time a JW knocks at your door, be prepared to engage them -- not in discussion or arguments -- but rather by asking them questions which defeat their arguments using their own Bible translation; perhaps God will use these questions to penetrate their programmed responses, shatter their belief in the Watchtower Organization and ultimately lead them into a personal salvation through Jesus Christ. Book jacket.
Ian Brown is a development specialist who has worked in Iraq, Ethiopia and Zaire. From 1997 to 1998 he worked as Program Director for the Mines Advisory Group in Cambodia. He is also the author of "Khomeini's Forgotten Sons: The Story of Iran's Boy Soldiers."