New book recommendation “Rutherford’s Coup: The Watchtower Succession Crisis of 1917 and Its Aftermath” by Rud Persson

Raised a Baptist, in 1906, Joseph Franklin Rutherford, a provincial Missouri attorney with a shrewd and scheming legal mind, became a baptized “Bible Student.” In 1907, Rutherford became the legal counselor for the group’s legally chartered corporation, the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania. Ten years later, he became the corporation’s president, serving as such for twenty-five years.

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Una Reseña Satírica del Discurso de la Asamblea 2007 por el Cuerpo Gobernante Anthony Morris

Fecha de Publicación: 9 de noviembre 2021   Autor: Barbara Anderson ¿Quiere conocer los puntos sobresalientes del discurso de Morris en sus propias palabras? ¿Quiere saber quiénes son “Ellos” que “Siguen Al Cordero Sin Importar A Dónde Vaya”? ¿Quiere saber en quién dijo Morris noventa y seis veces, que los Testigos deben confiar? ¿Quiere saber acerca de una vieja historia

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A Satirical Review of Governing Body Anthony Morris’ 2007 Convention Talk

Want to know the high points of Morris’ talk in his own words? Want to know who “They” are who “Follow The Lamb No Matter Where He Goes”? Want to know who Morris said ninety-six times Witnesses should trust? Want to know about an old story Morris read verbatim without giving credit to the owners of the copyright? Want to

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La Vida Teocrática y Los Tiempos de Theodore Jaracz

Durante casi 36 años, Theodore (Ted) Jaracz fue uno de los miembros más poderosos del Cuerpo Gobernante de los Testigos de Jehová, hasta que murió a los 85 años de edad el miércoles 9 de junio de 2010. Poco se sabe de la juventud de este hombre. En 1991, un miembro del personal del Departamento de Redacción me dijo que

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Jehovah’s Witnesses and National Oaths of Allegiance (2008)

by Marvin Shilmer Jehovah’s Witnesses are a religious group who look to the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society, Inc. as one of its primary legal organizations; it’s their “voice”.1, 2 During the 1930s and 40s, Jehovah’s Witnesses were at the center of a stir over refusal to salute the flag of or pledge allegiance to the United States.3 Since then, Jehovah’s Witness leaders frequently

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