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Judgment Day Must Wait: Jehovah's Witnesses- A Sect Between Idealism and Deceit Paperback – July 16, 2013
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There is a deeper perspective here than I could ever have expected. There is a new treasure on every page, especially in the form of placing old events into their historical framework, complete with relevant commentary from all sides. The presentation is factual but the irony is not lacking. Often I've written "HA!" in the margin with my highlighter.
But beyond the revelations about this gnarly little religious group which, as the author says, is "hugely well known -- far beyond what the size of the movement warrants," there is the context of the Christian religion as a whole and how its structure provided the foundation from which the Jehovah's witness movement and others began. Any student of religion and humanities would find this fascinating.
Judgment Day Must Wait lays out the sordid painful truth about one of the largest and long-standing high control cults in history.
A must read for anyone associated with the Jehovah's Witnesses... especially Jehovah's Witnesses and worried loved ones. The key to the truth about the truth is here.
Those who have been 'in' the organization might enjoy the fact that even after all these years I (almost compulsively) underline and scribble comments in the margins beside sections I find particularly interesting, remarkable, or new info (to me). Some old habits die hard. :-) This book will go on my shelves to be savored again later on.
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