Ray Faircloth was a Jehovah’s Witness (JW) for 36 years and served as both a ministerial servant and as an elder. … Listen in to this show to hear the insider perspective of a committed Jehovah’s Witness, who never wanted to leave the fold, but who God led to see that the most fundamental doctrine of the Watchtower–that it was God’s one true organization–was baseless. Ray has suffered greatly, and two of his three daughters no longer speak to him (JWs practice an extreme form of shunning).
Theocratic Library of the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society and Splinter Groups The person who posted these old books, in PDF format, noted: "Not all the books are published by the WTS Society, but all are Watchtower related. Some were published by former members of the Society during the schism of 1917." This collection of books may be a use to those who are doing in-depth research into the history of the Watch Tower Society.
"This has been a difficult book to write because it is a book that is critical of other Christians. One always runs the risk of being misunderstood and labeled "judgmental" or arrogant when you make evaluative statements regarding Christian believers and organizations outside your own immediate circle. The book is about churches and other Christian organizations that inflict psychological and spiritual abuse upon members through the use of fear, guilt, and intimidation."