Now a True Witness for Jehovah
By: E.W. Young
Many major doctrinal errors are actively propagated by the Watchtower movement, also commonly called Jehovah’s Witnesses (JWs). This work is not only an extremely helpful treatment of these errors, but a very personal recounting of the author’s experience. Her commitment to the work of knocking doors and offering for sale their material at the age of six and a half led to a real conviction that in doing this she was pleasing “Jehovah” which would lead to advancement and recognition by the one she mistakenly thought she served.
The author deals honestly and sensitively with the battle for her mind which began when her husband, himself a JW, became a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ. The recounting of her own conversion is the highlight of her story; she shares what it has meant to her, along with the cost involved for her wider family.
The publishers are convinced this will be a book difficult to put down, but will also be an aid to speak with respect to the deluded and deceived members who may come to one’s door.
Size: 5.5×8.0 inches
Publisher: John Ritchie
Author: Young, E.W.