How to Rescue Your Loved One from the Watchtower
|June 30 2010|
Each year thousands of husbands, wives, sons and daughters are converted by Jehovah's Witnesses through their so-called free home Bible study.
This book tells exactly what to do to rescue them from the JWs. The main point to remember when a loved one first starts getting involved with Jehovah's Witnesses is to avoid delay. But, unless you are thoroughly versed on the Watchtower Society and well trained as a debater, the JWs will shoot you down on every point.
This book helps you: (1) Plan your strategy and learn techniques that work. (2) Collect convincing evidence. (3) Present your material in the proper manner at the appropriate time. (4) Become familiar with the tools you'll need. An unusual and valuable feature is the inclusion of pages from Watchtower publications which demonstrate falsehoods and inconsistencies in Jehovah's Witness doctrine.
DAVID A. REED spent 13 years as an active Jehovah's Witness, serving as an elder and as the JW equivalent of a local pastor. Reading the Bible itself led him to Christ. He has authored more than a dozen books, including Answering Jehovah's Witnesses Subject by Subject and the popular Jehovah's Witnesses Answered Verse by Verse.
In the case of a married couple what typically happens is this: The husband initially hears that his wife is “studying the Bible with two nice ladies who come to the house every Wednesday afternoon.” He may answer with a casual “That’s nice, dear.” Or, he may say, “Fine, as long as I don’t have to get involved!” But the reaction is usually one of disinterested toleration—that is, until he finds out that the ladies are Jehovah’s Witnesses and that his wife will soon be joining them in door-to-door sales of Watchtower magazines, attending meetings at Kingdom Hall Sunday mornings and two nights a week, teaching the kids not to celebrate birthdays or Christmas, and carrying a card in her purse advising medical personnel not to administer blood if she is found unconscious and hemorrhaging.
Many a husband’s disinterested toleration then gives way to violent opposition. He calls the Jehovah’s Witnesses everything from cultists to communists. While the “two nice ladies” coach the wife on how to answer his objections with arguments he is unable to refute, the husband finds himself resorting to shouts and curses. He knows the Watchtower is wrong, but lacks the ammunition to prove it. He feels himself ready to explode as he watches his wife become more and more wrapped up with the organization, impervious to his attempts to dissuade her. ...
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