Thirty years a WatchTower slave : the confessions of a converted Jehovah's Witness / by W. J. Schnell.
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- ISBN: 9780801063848
- ISBN: 0801063841
- Physical Description: 214 pages ; 22 cm
- Edition: Abridged edition.
- Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Baker Book House, 
- Copyright: ©1971
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It appeared so harmless -- Early machinations -- Entering Watchtower slavery -- A look at the Organization in America -- A look ahead -- The judge visits Germany -- Sifting -- God's organization -- From zest to disgust -- "Pioneers! Oh, Pioneers" -- Doctrinal gyrations -- Strategy pays off -- Upheld by the Courts -- Service in New York -- A seven step program -- Action in New Jersey -- The theocracy -- Bringing Zone 1 into line -- Establishing a worldwide theocracy -- Who is the big bad wolf? -- Coming out of the labryinth of Watchtower slavery -- A warning -- When they come to your door.
"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." -- Amazon.com.
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