There is one question that is asked often and it is the most critical religious and philosophical ones to date. This one question will automatically lead to other equally crucial issues. The question is just who was this Man, Jesus, historically? What did He accomplish and why? And most important, what does His life mean to an individual?
The Jehovah's Witnesses or the Watchtower Society—is one religious organization that claims definite answers to all questions about Jesus Christ. This religious movement, founded in 1884 by Charles Taze Russell (1852-1916), and now led by a small committee of biblical interpreters claims to have the final word about the person and work of Jesus, as well as all other theological issues. Millions of Jehovah's Witnesses believe confidently that the Watchtower Society's positions indisputably are correct and any opinions to the contrary are wrong. We will attempt to shed light on this religion and how it compares to Christianity.

Recommend Books and DVD:



JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES: An Examination of the Unbiblical Teachings of the Watchtower Society (DVD) By Charlie Campbell
Where, when, and how did the Watchtower Society, popularly known as “Jehovah’s Witnesses,” come into being? What do Jehovah’s Witnesses teach and how do their teachings line up with the Bible? How can Christians best reach out to Jehovah’s Witnesses on their doorsteps? Charlie Campbell answers these questions and others in an hour long teaching at Calvary Chapel South Bay in southern California. DVD length: 60 minutes. This new edition contains many of the images that Charlie uses in his PowerPoint presentation.

 





Reasoning from the Scriptures with the Jehovah's Witnesses (BOOK) (BOOK) By Ron Rhodes
Ron Rhodes, the author of this fantastic book, is a loving, gracious, humble and knowledgeable defender of the Christian faith. There are many books that contrast what the Bible actually teaches side by side with what the Jehovah's Witnesses teach, but this book is the best book in print. The Jehovah's Witness organization has falsely prophesied the end of the world numerous times. They deny the physical resurrection of Christ. They deny that Jesus was God the Son. They teach that Jesus came back invisibly in 1914 and that heaven filled up in 1935, just to cite some of their many errors. This book exposes these errors and clearly and persuasively refutes each of these false teachings. But Ron doesn't stop there, he shows the reader how to lovingly bring up these issues with the Jehovah's Witness. We highly recommend this great book