- Paperback: 1 pages
- Publisher: P & R Publishing (June 1, 1983)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0875521622
- ISBN-13: 978-0875521626
- Product Dimensions: 10.9 x 8.4 x 0.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
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In this oversized publication, the Cetnars simply reproduce Watchtower publications, and underline pertinent texts, and insert their own marginal notes: e.g.:
"Do Jehovah's Witnesses claim to be God's prophet? According to Deut. 18:21 can a prophet make a mistake?" (Pg. 1)
"Did C.T. Russell admit in The Watchtower in all modesty and humility that he was 'the faithful and wise servant'?" (Pg. 4)
"Since Jesus refused to show up visibly in 1874 as Russell prophesied, how did Russell change his prophecy in 1877 to make his false prophecy come true?" (Pg. 8)
"Does admission to false prophecies make you a false prophet?" (Pg. 19)
"Did (Frederick) Franz under oath testify that he was offered a Rhodes scholarship?" (Pg. 32)
"Why then does the Watchtower quote Johannes Greber to support their doctrines since he is a spirit medium?" (Pg. 51)
The book ends with the testimony (including photographs of them as JWs) of the Cetnars, "An Inside View of the Watchtower Society." (Pg. 62, ff.)
Basically the book is a collection of photocopied primary sources from newspapers, articles in JW publications, etc. that the authors have marked up and annotated in order to demonstrate contradictions in JW beliefs. About the only useful portion of the book for me was a chart that marked out the various names of God, their connection to Christ, and the passages from Scripture where they are found.
If you are interested in speaking more directly and faithfully to a Jehovah's Witness, a better approach than mine would probably be to purchase or find a copy of their little book that presents arguments from the Scriptures. At least that way you could be prepared for how they argue from Scripture, and how they respond to arguments that present problems for their views.