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This volume contains almost 10,000 references on the Watchtower movement and the dozen or so major schisms that have occurred since its founding in 1879. An introductory chapter reviews the history, major events, and doctrinal changes of the Jehovah's Witnesses. Books, book chapters, booklets, dissertations, journal articles, and book sections that examine the Watchtower movement are referenced in English and other languages such as Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Turkish. Selectively annotated, the entries are grouped in five major sections for easy reference. Scholars and researchers will appreciate the comprehensive list the author has provided of all literature published by the Watchtower movement throughout its history. [...] Jerry Bergman is Professor in General Studies at Northwest State College. He has been researching and writing about the Jehovah's Witness movement for nearly four decades.
Source: Greenwood Press
Profess to be Christian but are outside orthodox Christianity Jehovah’s Witnesses Defended: An Answer to Scholars and CriticsOff-site Link [Site down when last checked, July 5, 2004], by Greg Stafford, a Jehovah's Witnesses apologist. Review: A Summary Critique: Jehovah's Witnesses DefendedOff-site Link by James R. White.
Christian The Jehovah's Witnesses, Jesus Christ, and the Gospel of JohnOff-site Link By Robert Bowman and Walter Martin
Christian Jehovah's Witnesses: Their Claims, Doctrinal Changes, and Prophetic Speculation. What Does the Record ShowOff-site Link by Edmond C. Gruss
Christian Sixty Questions Every Jehovah's Witness Should Be Asked: A Penetrating Examination of the Errors and Evils of the WatchtowerOff-site Link by Ian Brown. "This book contains the questions, answers given in the Watchtower Magazine and other writings of the Jehovah's Witnesses, and the Biblical answers to the questions."
Christian The 10 Most Important Things You Can Say to a Jehovah's WitnessOff-site Link by Ron Rhodes
Christian Understanding Jehovah's WitnessesOff-site Link Subtitled, "Why They Read the Bible the Way They Do"By Robert Bowman
Christian Why You Should Believe In The TrinityOff-site Link Subtitled, "An Answer to Jehovah's Witnesses" by Robert Bowman
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"Pilgrimage Through the Watchtower" is my personal story. It explains why I became involved with Jehovah's Witnesses, what life was like for me during my 7-year involvement with them, and why I left the organization in 1984.
IntroductionOff-site Link, Kevin Quick

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• Subject: Jehovah's Witnesses : The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society
• First posted: Oct. 2, 1996
• Last Updated: Jul. 8, 2004
• Editor: Anton Hein
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