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by Ralph T Miller
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  • Author:
    Ralph T Miller
  • ISBN:
    096374481X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0963744814
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    Comments from the Friends (1995)
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    144 pages
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Jehovah's Witnesses - Victims of Deception : How Investigation and Divine Intervention Led Us to Escape a Religious Cult.

Jehovah's Witness: Victims Of Deception" is the story of a Police Officer and his family's 30 year enslavement to the evil Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, better know as Jehovah's Witnesses. It tells the story of how they were ensnared by the cult and how they came to escape, through prayer and Divine Intervention. Your E-mail: Subject: Describe your issue. Jehovah's Witnesses: Victims Of Deception.

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The movement has been accused of doctrinal inconsistency and reversals, failed predictions, mistranslation of the Bible, harsh treatment of former members and autocratic and coercive leadership

The beliefs of Jehovah's Witnesses are based on the Bible teachings of Charles Taze Russell-founder of the Bible Student movement-and successive presidents of the Watch Tower Society.

The beliefs of Jehovah's Witnesses are based on the Bible teachings of Charles Taze Russell-founder of the Bible Student movement-and successive presidents of the Watch Tower Society, Joseph Franklin Rutherford, and Nathan Homer Knorr. Since 1976 all doctrinal decisions have been made by the Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses, a group of elders at the denomination's headquarters

Jehovah's Witnesses are not considered part of mainstream Christianity, and often referred to disparagingly as a sect or cult

Jehovah's Witnesses are not considered part of mainstream Christianity, and often referred to disparagingly as a sect or cult. As these terms are somewhat devoid of meaning by being broad in nature, this article specifically considers whether Watchtower uses excessive levels of coercion to control members. Religion has the power to manipulate humans to believe unrealistic doctrine and engage in destructive behaviour. All of us must be ready to obey any instructions we may receive, whether these appear sound from a strategic or human standpoint or no. Watchtower 2013 Nov 15 . 0. The main indicators of excessive control is any group that maintains

Jehovah's Witnesses trace their origins to the nineteenth century Adventist movement in America. That movement began with William Miller, a Baptist lay preacher who, in the year 1816, began proclaiming that Christ would return in 1843.

Jehovah's Witnesses trace their origins to the nineteenth century Adventist movement in America. Jehovah's Witness leaders for over 100 years have claimed to be God's only living "prophet" on the face of the earth. However, if one looks at their record, the documented evidence proves they are what Jesus described as "false prophets!" Most Jehovah's Witneses have no clue about the true history of their organization.

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