Knock, Knock: Shedding Light on Jehovah's Witness at the Door

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Tate Publishing, 2007 - Jehovah's Witnesses - 151 pages
In her breakthrough book, "Knock, Knock: Shedding Light on Jehovah's Witnesses at the door," born-again author Ruth Baker uses her twenty years of experience as a Jehovah's Witness to unveil the mystery of this obscure cult. This shocking testimony will not only equip Christians to properly protect themselves, their families, and friends from the unseen forces of darkness, but will also challenged them to boldly defend the truth with confidence and love. This book is an essential weapon in preparing for the next "Knock, Knock."
 

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Contents

Foreword
9
Jesus and the forces of darkness
11
What appeal do Jehovahs Witnesses have?
25
The making of a Jehovahs Witness
35
Why do they stay in the organization?
47
Witnessing methods that just dont work and why
61
Preparations for giving a peaceable effective Christian defense
81
Effective methods of gospel defense
91
Conclusion
143
Reference guide for believers
147
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