Thirty years a Watch Tower slave: the confessions of a converted Jehovah's Witness

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Baker Book House, 1956 - Jehovah's Witnesses - 207 pages

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User Review  - Tom Beals - Christianbook.com

Excellent read. It reads like a suspense novel or horror thriller, which it is, after a fashion, though it describes the real-life experiences of Mr. Scnell. A great read for anyone interested in knowing what the JW's are really about. Read full review

User Review  - Jon R. Mundall - Christianbook.com

This book was very revealing for me. I have always been aware that Jehovah's Witnesses do not recognize the deity of Christ. But what impressed me most in this treatise was the evidence from someone ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER PAGE Chapter 1 It Appeared So Harmless
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Early Machinations
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Entering Watch Tower Slavery
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Copyright

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