Watch Tower Bible And Tract Society Of Pennsylvania
Rating: 2.33 stars 3 3 reviews 213
25 Columbia Hts Brooklyn NY 11201 USA
Watch Tower arranges for the publication and distribution of Bibles and Bible based publications, music, art and other intellectual property of a religious or educational nature enjoyed worldwide by Jehovah's Witnesses and others. It also provides financial assistance for the worldwide work of Jehovah's Witnesses, building of Kingdom Halls (houses of worship), and arranging for disaster relief around the world affecting fellow Jehovah's Witnesses and their neighbors.
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Public hearing into the Jehovah’s Witnesses to recommence
10 August, 2015
The Royal Commission’s public hearing into the Jehovah’s Witnesses will recommence in Sydney on Friday 14 August 2015 at 11:00am. It is anticipated that the hearing will hear from one witness, Mr Geoffrey Jackson, a member of the Governing Body of Jehovah’s Witnesses. ... over 1006 predators were documented and not a single one was reported to authorities. Practice of shunning former members.
I love the Watchtower and Awake magazines. I have been reading them for years, and it seems like they are always addressing what I am going through, right on time. I like that they do not put their own spin on what the Bible says like other organizations, but they really do present it to me just as it is. I was surprised to learn that all of the magazines and books they print are done by willing volunteers. I toured their factory in Brooklyn, NY and there were many happy workers buzzing around. I am so thankful to this organization for helping me to understand the Bible and also what is going on behind the scenes right now.
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I have purchased many books from the Watch Bible and Tract Society and why are there subliminal messages? In the book "you can live forever in paradise on earth" on page 244 there is a black couple below and they are discussing from the book "Seek Your Mate's Pleasure" why would they have a picture of a RAM right on the table where the light is as well and flowers. Who has a picture of a RAM? This is just one example of many. I suppose being a discreet slave you can't ask those kind of questions from the organization. Another example in the book "What does the BIBLE really TEACH? on page 33 , look at the third line on the page and you will read "his name shall be called . . . Prince of Peace. In between those dots the words missing are " ETERNAL FATHER". If someone is a discreet slave it only means they can't ask questions!
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