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Product Details

  • Paperback: 140 pages
  • Publisher: Baker Books; Reprinted edition (August 1, 1987)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0801077397
  • ISBN-13: 978-0801077395
  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.4 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,541 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From the Back Cover

Over 700,000 Jehovah's Witnesses now devote more than 130 million man-hours annually to spreading their counterfeit gospel in the United States alone.

Jehovah's Witnesses Answered Verse by Verse is the only quick reference guide that:

-Immediately answers the Jehovah's Witnesses' misinterpretation of Scripture

-Shows how to use the same Scripture in leading Jehovah's Witnesses to Christ

-Includes a verse-by-verse section which provides helpful and handy refutational material

-Discusses Jehovah's Witnesses' beliefs, history, and alterations in their Bible

About the Author

David A. Reed is the author of Jehovah's Witnesses Answered Verse by Verse and coauthor of Mormons Answered Verse y Verse. He is also the author of Behind the Watchtower Curtain and several other books exposing the errors of Jehovah's Witnesses.

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Customer Reviews

This book is very easy to read!
Irene Verdream
This is a great book that will aide you in coming to your own conclusion on what the Bible says, not what the Watchtower Society wants you to believe it says.
God's child
It is very informative and well researched by an ex-JW.
R. J. Martinez

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42 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Debbie Ripley on January 4, 2007
Format: Paperback
All in all, I was disappointed in this book. I left the religion after 45 years so I know the teachings well. Many of David Reed's comments on the verses were not proven with enough conviction that you could actually answer a Witness with his thoughts.

He has a lot of opinions, but without biblical backing the Witnesses would not even question their beliefs. I have trouble believing he was ever a devout Witness.

All of us have opinions, but without scriptural support, a Witness would not listen.

I believe the books by Ray Franz have much more force since he was on their Governing Body and wrote much of the literature. I really enjoyed his two books and believe what he said.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Dave on December 11, 2002
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I have read this with "How to Answer Jehovah's Witnesses" by Dr. Robert Morey and "How to Answer Jehovah's Witnesses verse by verse" by David A. Reed. If the previous Jehovah Witness had been dealing with a Christian who has studied the Trinity in depth he would have found that his arguments would not have worked trying to compare Moses and others in the Bible who where called "gods" in the sense that they where speaking in the name of God or had the power of life and death as the Judges in the Old Testament or in reference to false gods or angels speaking in behalf of God. There is never any time in the Bible that we are to put our total faith and refuge in any of the above mentioned and are forbidden to worship them but in Psalm 2:12 we are supposed to do this to the Son. In Isaiah 6:5 it said that Isaiah saw Jehovah (the 4 letter name of God YHWH is used in Isaiah 6:5)and it said in John 12:39-41 that Isaiah saw Jesus glory (it should aslo be noticed the angels where worshipping Jehovah in Isaiah 6:1-5. I could go on for about 38 pages and prove the point and refute all the verses they use but it would not change their mind because they believe the Watchtower is inspired by angelic direction as stated:
"The scroll was doubtless delivered to Ezekiel by the hand of one of the cherubs in the vision. This would indicate that Jehovah's witnesses today make their declaration of the good news of the Kingdom under angelic direction and support (Rev. 14:6, 7; Matt. 25:31, 32) And since no word or work of Jehovah can fall, for he is God Almighty, the nations will see the fulfillment of what these witnesses say as directed from heaven. Yes, the time must come shortly that the nations will have to know that really a "prophet" of Jehovah was among them." (Watchtower April 1, 1972 pg.
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43 of 55 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 26, 1997
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David Reed's book is a powerful tool in the hands of Bible believers who need to know what to say to a Jehovah's Witness who is bent on pushing the Watchtower's interpretation of Scripture. Mr. Reed exposes the New World Translation of the Bible as a perversion in a short, but concise chapter that every Christian should read. Another chapter gives a brief but crystal clear summation of the Watchtower's interpretation of various doctrines and eschatological events. The real beauty of Mr. Reed's book is his ability to reveal what the witnesses will say when they are on my front porch, and what my response will be if I am to reach them for Christ. I was glad that I had I read it when I was visited last Saturday Morning by some people from the local kingdom hall. Mr. Reed's book is simple to read yet extremely informative.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Gary F. Zeolla on June 27, 2001
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At one time, Reed was elder in the Watchtower. After leaving the Watchtower he began a ministry to JWs that has been operating for quite a few years now. His newsletter was one of the first sources I came across when studying about JWs.
In this book, Reed documents the teachings of the Watchtower using quotes and photocopies from their own literature. So it hard for a JW to claim that this book misrepresent their teachings.
Each of these subjects have a bearing on the authority of the Watchtower. If the Watchtower is wrong on any one of these then it cannot be "God's Channel of Communication" as it claims. And Reed does a throughout job of showing that the Watchtower is in fact wrong on subject after subject. And for more Biblical study one these subjects, consult my "Scripture Workbook: For Personal Bible Study and Teaching the Bible." It includes three chapters on the Trinity and one on various other Watchtower teachings.
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31 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Jezzabel Sulun on April 30, 2003
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I thought I should inform people looking for contorversial literature on Jehovah's Witnesses that a reviewer who claims to be "A Reader" from America, or various cities or states, is really a JW. He or she claims to be have been investigating the Jehovah's Witness cult, then was given these books. Well, this person has put pretty much the same review for almost all controversial literature on JWs on this site, and many other online sites. This person has not read all these books.
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23 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Gary F. Zeolla on June 18, 2001
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This book begins with a short introduction. It then has short chapters outlining the basic teachings of the Watchtower and critiquing the Watchtower's "New World Translation." Then the bulk of the book is an index of verses from both the Old and New Testaments that are relevant to JWs. Then the last three chapters contain a short outline of Watchtower history, "Techniques for Sharing the Gospel with Jehovah's Witnesses," and Reed's testimony of how he came out of the Watchtower.
The verse-by-verse evaluations are excellent. The cover both verses JWs cite that they claim support their doctrines and verses showing that their doctrines are false. For the former, Reed gives a concise explanation of how the JWs are misusing the verse. For the latter, Reed explains what doctrine of the Watchtower the verse refutes and why.
This is a very helpful resource to have around when a person gets "stumped" by something a JW says. He or she can look up the verse in this book and be prepared for the next time. And the JW, if he or she is open enough to listen, can see what "the other side" has to say about important verses.
The opening and closing short chapters also contain helpful information. But given their brevity they do not provide a lot of detail. For further study on such subjects one would have to consult other books. But Reed's testimony is very interesting.
Reed's companion book "Answering Jehovah's Witnesses: Subject by Subject," would be another helpful resource to have around. It provides further details on subjects addressed in this book. And for additional Biblical study on subjects relevant to JWs, consult my book "Scripture Workbook: For Personal Bible Study and Teaching the Bible." It contains three chapters on the Trinity and one on various other Watchtower teachings.
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