Barbara Anderson was a member of Jehovah’s Witnesses from 1954 to 1997. She worked at Watchtower’s headquarters in Brooklyn, NY, from 1982 to 1992 where during her last three years there, she researched the movement’s official history (published in 1993) and did research as well as wrote a number of articles for their Awake! magazine. Barbara has done extensive research on issues related to child sexual abuse in the religion leading to interviews on major TV and radio programs as an outspoken critic of Jehovah’s Witnesses sexual abuse policies. Link to The Discoveries of Barbara Anderson . . .
We have so many new projects to share with our visitors that we can hardly wait to announce them all. In the meantime, we would like to thank you for visiting our website and bearing with us for the past couple of months. It seems like every day brings another news story or a fresh perspective about Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Watchtower. With so much going on with our own lives, it has been hard for us to keep up.
Even though there have not been a lot of new postings or features on Watchtower Documents recently, we have not been idle. We are adding some new contributors with fresh perspectives, insights, and resources to share. In fact, there has been so much information flowing in to us that we will be expanding our footprint in order to get it all sorted, catalogued and available.
As we announced some weeks ago, we have been working in the background to update and modernize this site. Initially, you will see subtle changes and few more new articles being added at a quicker pace. Then the look of the site will change a bit with a fresher and more modern layout and features. By the end of spring 2016, you should see most of the upgrades and new features in place.
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