The Truth About the Truth

What happens when a born and bred Jehovah's Witness discovers the truth about her religion and its leaders? This book details my personal experience of being born and raised as a Jehovah's Witness and what it was like to live the lifestyle, abide by the doctrines, and the emotional hardships involved in awakening to, and leaving the sect. It also includes a series of appendices covering unique Jehovah's Witness doctrines. This book opens the obscure world of the Jehovah's Witnesses to the general public and reveals information that non-members wouldn't know. I'm not belittling the average Jehovah's Witness who comes knocking on your door, for they are as misled by their leaders as I was. I'm simply exposing the leadership's reasoning and techniques that keep the membership in the dark. I decided to write this book so that potential converts can know exactly what they're getting themselves into, and for others to understand the Jehovah's Witness mindset when reaching out to them.

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By Christina (Indialantic, FL) · ★★★★★ · January 23, 2015
I'm not the only one!!

Thank you for putting all the information in one place & easier to understand. I've always had the same doubts and questions. I grew up in a very strict congregation and we didn't have all the fun she described. Which explains that nearly all of us who grew up there in t... ...more