- Title: Captives of a Concept
- Item#: B00103
- Size: 147 pages
- Length: 11.00
- Width: 8.50
- Copyright: 2004
“You’ll never get sick. You will never grow old. You will never die.”
Although the above words come from the movie Cocoon, they could have come from the Watchtower Society, because this is the same thing they have been proclaiming for decades as part of “the Creator’s promise of a peaceful and secure new world that is about to replace the present wicked, lawless system of things.”
This very appealing prospect attracts many people to begin studying the Bible with Jehovah’s Witnesses. But during the course of their study, they are drawn into the delusionary teachings of the Watchtower organization and gradually lose their ability to discern truth from lies.
Captives of a Concept offers suggestions about how to help Jehovah’s Witnesses and how to show them the truth about their religion.
- The Concept
- Matthew 24:45-47: Most Important Scripture in Watchtower Theology
- Teachings Jesus Examined
- Matthew 24:47 - The Most Important Event in Watchtower History
- The One Mistake All Jehovah's Witnesses Have Made
- Who I "God's Organization"?
- No False Teachings or Prophecies -Why Not
- Using the Bible to Keep Themselves Captive
- Watchtower Propaganda Keeps Them Captive
- Why Jehovah's Witnesses Have Unity of Belief
- The Final Authority of Watchtower Teachings
- What They Say Is Not What They Always Do
- Who Molds Their Thinking?
- "Slaves of Men or Servants of God?"
- Bible or Watchtower Trained Conscience - Which?
- What If This Was Another Religion?
- No Honorable Way Out of the Watchtower Religion
- The Internet - The Watchtower's Worst Nightmare
- The Key To Their Escape
- Evidence Alone Is Not Enough
- Correcting Their Mistake
- When Illusion Meets Up With Reality