[Ebook] ➦ 30 Years a Watchtower Slave ➥ William J. Schnell – Ebats.us

30 Years a Watchtower Slave At First, The Watchtower Society Seemed Harmless To William J Schnell, Even Valuable As A Way To Develop His Faith In God And Pass It On To Others This Book Is Schnell S Fascinating Account Of His Involvement With The Cult, Which Effectively Enticed Him In The 1920s And Continues To Lure Countless Individuals Today Readers Will Learn, As Schnell Did, That The Jehovah S Witness Religion He Had Joined Was Anything But Innocent For Thirty Years He Was Enslaved By One Of The Most Totalitarian Religions Of Our Day, And His Story Of Finally Becoming Free Is Riveting Readers Will Be Alerted To The Inner Machinations, Methods, And Doctrines Of The Watchtower Society, Arming Them To Forewarn Others And Witness To Their Jehovah S Witness Friends, Relatives, Neighbors, And The Stranger At The Door With Than 300,000 Copies Sold, 30 Years A Watchtower Slave Is Truly One Of The Classic Testimonies Of Freedom From A Powerful Cult.

[Ebook] ➦ 30 Years a Watchtower Slave  ➥ William J. Schnell – Ebats.us
  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • 30 Years a Watchtower Slave
  • William J. Schnell
  • English
  • 27 December 2017
  • 0801063841

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] ➦ 30 Years a Watchtower Slave ➥ William J. Schnell – Ebats.us


  1. says:

    I liked it only in the respect that it made meaware of what the Watch Tower Society Jehovah s Witnesses are all about Especially since my grandmother was one of them I, as a child, would go with her door to door Except, when asked if i wanted to go with her or my grandfather I would choose my grandfather He went to the neighborhood feed store and talked politics with other men I liked the attention they paid to me It was no fun going door to door, having the door shut in your face, I liked it only in the respect that it made meaware of what the Watch Tower Society Jehovah s Witnesses are all about Especially since my grandmother was one of them I, as a child, would go with her door to door Except, when asked if i wanted to go with her or my grandfather I would choose my grandfather ...


  2. says:

    I found this a fascinating history of the Jehovahs Witness church Schnell was in Germany when things started to change within the church, and it chronicles his experiences with the church The interesting thing is how much the church has changed their basic beliefs to what they want it to be How little the Bible is used is interesting too I just let hubby use the last issues of Watchtower Awake to start the bbq, so I will have to wait till next month to see how little in them is actuall I found this a fascinating history of the Jehovahs Witness church Schnell was in Germany when things started to change within the church, and it chronicles his experiences with the church The interesting thing is how much the church has changed their basic beliefs to what they want it to be How ...


  3. says:

    I was born and raised a Catholic, but I was also raised to be skeptical, independent, and free thinking At the tender age of 14, I declared myself to be an atheist solely because of a passage in the Old Testament that declared that only 144,000 people will be saved I reasoned that even if I sought to be as good or as decent a person as possible, I would have a hard time getting into Heaven because I wasn t a saint I was a sinful person, and I still am It took my neighbor, who, despite being I was born and raised a Catholic, but I was also raised to be skeptical, independent, and free thinking At the tender age of 14, I declared myself to be an atheist solely because of a passage in the Old Testament that declared that only 144,000 people will be saved I reasoned that even if I sought to be as good or as decent a person as possible, I would have a hard time getting into Heaven because I wasn t a saint I was a sinful person, and I still am It took my neighbor, who, despite being a Protestant, opened my eyes into understan...


  4. says:

    Overall, this book is a good historical record of the beginnings of the Jehovah s Witness religion The author gives his true account of having been a Bible Student the precursor group to Jehovah s Witnesses for 30 years during the 1920 s, 1930 s, and 1940 s The author s family moved to Germany when he was 7 years old, as an adult he became a Bible Student, then returned to the US about 10 years after that He talks about different brainwashing techniques, as well as techniques used to drive Overall, this book is a good historical record of the beginnings of the Jehovah s Witness religion The author gives his true account of having been a Bible Student the precursor group to Jehovah s Witnesses for 30 years during the 1920 s, 1930 s, and 1940 s The author s family moved to Germany when he was 7 years old, as an adult he became a Bible Student, then returned to the US about 10 years after that He talks about different brainwashing techniques, as well as techniques used to drive sincere Bible Students out the new Jehovah s Witness groups, and then when he returned to the US, he aided in implementing many of those same techniques in the Jehovah s Witness groups here I learned a lot about the Jehovah s Witness groups that doesn t match their public image i.e while they give the impression of having great bibli...


  5. says:

    Powerful Testimony of EscapeThis gripping testimony was strong and so well written A powerful tribute to the one true God, who is able to do exceedingly, abundantly, above all we can ask or think Jesus Christ, Creator of Heaven, Earth, and You, is the living, loving God of Hope May you fin...


  6. says:

    This book goes into detail about the Jehovah s Witness religion from the days of Joseph Rutherford and how he transformed the religion into what it is today It is a must read for all who have left that religion or those who are doubting their faith in the Jehovah s Witness religion.


  7. says:

    Best quote of the book, love, the language of God, and of Jesus Christ, of the apostles and of Christianity, cannot express itself in such a sterile atmosphere of book placing, time counting and quota performing Love works through the heart and mind of the individual.


  8. says:

    Very good insight into the workings of Jehovah s Witness.


  9. says:

    I didn t know that this was the abridged version when I ordered it, and it seems like an awful lot is missing For example, we get a lot of information about how the leadership of the Jehovah witnesses formerly called the Bible students when about purging their organization of everyone who would disagree with them and how they would go into communities and deliberately provoke the authorities to arrest them and then use the fact that they were being persecuted to try and gain sympathy and th I didn t know that this was the abridged version when I ordered it, and it seems like an awful lot is missing For example, we get a lot of information about how the leadership of the Jehovah witnesses formerly called the Bible students when about purging their organization of everyone who would disagree with them and how they would go into communities and deliberately provoke the authorities to arrest them and then use the fact that they were being persecuted to try and gain sympathy and therefore new followers, and it spoke a lot about how the doctrines of the watchtower Society changed over time in order to consolidatepower and swaypeople, but a lot of details of the author s personal life are missing For example, he mentions being arrested several times, but only touches upon one of them, and his narrative isof a criticism than a memoir, while I was expectingmemoir type book It was not a memoir at all far from it Another thing that annoyed me was I didn t know anything about his persona...


  10. says:

    A fascinating read Though I found this book poorly written and was irritated by the author s attempt to interpret his experiences eschatologically applying Rev 13 to the Watchtower and found some of his fears of JW world domination a bit outlandish, this stands as an early first hand expose showing the depths of enslavement, cut throat leadership, surveillance, and organizational treachery which occurs in the ranks of the Jehovah s Witnesses It really gives a window into the inner conflict a A fascinating read Though I found this book poorly written and was irritated by the author s ...

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