Author: David A. Reed
Publisher: Baker Books
Topic: Jehovah’s Witness / Jehovah’s Witnesses
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Christians no longer can afford to ignore nine million person who attend Jehovah’s Witness kingdom hall meetings, nor the quarter-million converts the group may gain each year. Who are the Jehovah’s Witnesses, and just how different are their beliefs and practices from those of the orthodox Christian faith? Answers to these questions have not been easy to discover. Steven Huntoon and John Cornell recognized the problem and have compiled this essential tool, a catalog of hundreds of teaching, for serious study of this movement. David A. Reed has organized these teachings chronologically so the reader can get a sense of the doctrinal schizophrenia of the group from 1879 to 1989. A second index organizes by subject. Index of Watchtower Errors summarizes from their own writings what leaders have taught as scripture-like authority in hundreds of publications.