Stumpers For Jehovah's Witnesses - Pack Of 50 Tracts
The sect known as Jehovah’s Witnesses began with Charles Taze Russell in the 1870’s. Russell was raised a Presbyterian, then joined the Congregational church, and was finally influenced by Adventist teachings.
By his own admission, he had a hard time accepting the existence of hell. He sought out the Bible, and as his "studies" continued, he systematically began to reject the major doctrines of historic Christianity.
He ultimately established his own belief system, and in 1879 he started publishing a magazine to promote his beliefs. This magazine was the precursor to today’s Watchtower magazine, by which Jehovah’s Witnesses are typically known.
This tract examines five topics relating to Russell, the JWs, and their parent organization, the Watch Tower Society .
- Is the Watch Tower Society Reliable?
- Can You Trust the New World Translation?
- Is "Jehovah" God’s Name?
- Do Humans Possess an Immortal Soul?
- Is Hell Real or Not?
We will show that the beliefs of JWs are unscriptural, and that both Russell and the WTS are completely unreliable as spiritual guides.
|Topic||Non-Catholic Churches and Movements|
|Format||Pack of 50 Tracts|