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The Watchtower's Coming Crisis [NOOK Book]

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A devastating crisis has the Jehovah's Witness religion facing extinction.

Chances are that you have never met a real Jehovah s Witness. While those at your door may claim to be one of Jehovah s Witnesses, their own publications plainly teach otherwise. So, who are the real Jehovah s Witnesses?

The Watchtower Society teaches that they are members of the 144,000 who will be ...
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The Watchtower's Coming Crisis

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Overview

A devastating crisis has the Jehovah's Witness religion facing extinction.

Chances are that you have never met a real Jehovah s Witness. While those at your door may claim to be one of Jehovah s Witnesses, their own publications plainly teach otherwise. So, who are the real Jehovah s Witnesses?

The Watchtower Society teaches that they are members of the 144,000 who will be the only ones going to heaven. Membership in this group began with the early apostles. Over the centuries others have been added but the Watchtower declared that the number was completed in 1935. Anyone who claims to be one of Jehovah s Witnesses has to be one of the 144,000 and must be very old now. However, the Watchtower Society teaches that these are the only ones who hear from God and are responsible for Watchtower teaching and leadership.

Because these people are dying, the Watchtower is facing a credibility crisis. So, the Watchtower is quietly manipulating these death figures to keep the Watchtower organization alive! And now, just last year, Watchtower literature quietly began to try to wiggle out of the 1935 closing date for the 144,000. But this only adds further opportunity for you to show the JW who comes to your door that he cannot trust the Watchtower with his precious eternal life.

The Watchtower representative at your door believes he will remain on Paradise Earth after the coming Armageddon, since only the original 144,000 have any hope of going to heaven. In fact, they are the only ones allowed to take communion. He does not believe he can understand Bible truths without the Watchtower. He is dependent on a publication that, one day soon, will be left without writers to reveal God s truths. Who are those writers? Those who remain of the original 144,000 and they are dying!

Oddly enough, their founder, Charles Taze Russell, never taught the doctrine of the 144,000. In this book, you will learn the true history of this false Watchtower doctrine. You will be surprised to discover that this doctrine is not just a Bible issue. It is also a historical issue and a numbers game that the Watchtower Society has had to manipulate throughout the years to keep that organization alive!

With the information and witnessing strategies in this book, you will be able to plant seeds of doubt and undermine the authority of the Watchtower. The Watchtower knows it is essential that this cornerstone doctrine remain alive if it is going to continue to exist as the spiritual leader for its followers. Time is the enemy of this teaching and they know it.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013905931
  • Publisher: Chick Publications, Inc
  • Publication date: 2/29/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 64
  • Sales rank: 864,128
  • File size: 154 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 15, 2013

    -infinity out of 5

    I couldn't even finish reading the SUMMARY due to how completely clueless this "author" is. I am around JW's and im studying myself. Yes, those 144,000 are the ones going to heaven. But,the rest in the organization will be going to paradise. As in, they will be living on land. There will even be those from the past that will be revived for a second chance, those that never got the chance to learn of us.
    Im not, AT ALL, a genius in their teachings, but im positive i know more than this person that so cluelessly wrote about us.
    Sorry if my review doesn't sound right, english is not my forte.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 3, 2013

    Dont waste your time!

    How can individuals who make such inaccurate claims, write a book and be published??

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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