Apostles of Denial

Voorkant
Freeminds, 1970 - 324 pagina's
The writer has made a thorough study of the history, doctrines and claims of the Jehovah's Witnesses, and cannot fail to conclude that although professedly Christian, this group clearly represents a system adverse to the teachings of the Bible, a system denying God's Word. Thus the title follows quite naturally. Truly the Jehovah's Witnesses have a message and messengers, but this message is, as this book will show, a message of denial, carried by apostles of denial! - p. 2.
 

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Inhoudsopgave

1 Introduction
1
Ancient Modern Ancestors
9
Some Recent Publications
18
4 The Period Under Charles Taze Russell 18701916
38
5 The The Period Under Joseph Franklin Rutherford 19171942
53
6 The Period Under Nathan Homer Knorr 1942 to present
67
7 A Period of Transition
73
8 A Summary of What Jehovahs Witnesses Believe
79
13 Dealing With Jehovahs Witnesses
250
14 Conclusion
258
Other Russellite Groups
264
Olin Moyles Original Letters
290
Chronological Listing of Some of the Most Important Watch Tower Publications
300
An Annotated Selective Bibliography of Materials for the Christian Worker
305
Sources of Information
308
The Writers Personal Testimony
309

9 A Refutation of Some of the Major Doctrines of the Jehovahs Witnesses
105
10 The Translations Bibles of the Watch Tower Bible Tract Society
191
11 The Jehovahs Witnesses and Biblical Interpretation
215
12 Some Tools and Methods of the New World Society
240
Bibliography
315
Russells Bible Student Movement A Millerite Offshoot
325
Back Cover
342
Copyright

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Over de auteur (1970)

Gruss is Professor Emeritus at The Master's College, Santa Clarita, California.

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