Item description for 20 Questions Jehovah's Witnesses Cannot Answer by Charles Love...
Overview 20 Questions That Jehovah's Witnesses Cannot Answer is a book of Love, written by Love! It is two dynamic stories in one book. First it is a journey of a man who wanted nothing more than to prove his religion right. But as he compared the Jehovah's Witnesses doctrine with the Word of God, the Witnesses doctrine crumbled before his eyes. You will feel his pain as he discovered he was living in darkness, and you will rejoice in the Lord as you see him come to know Jesus. The second dynamic story is the powerful message of 20 Questions that Jehovah's Witnesses Cannot Answer. These are 20 questions that should lead every honest seeker of truth to see the error of the Watchtower Society while being directed to the life-saving truth of Jesus Christ. Be careful. Once you start reading this book, you will not be able to put it down!
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.23" Width: 6.33" Height: 0.54" Weight: 0.69 lbs.
Release Date Oct 7, 2005
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 159781508X ISBN13 9781597815086
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Reviews - What do customers think about 20 Questions Jehovah's Witnesses Cannot Answer?
Sad Sad Individuals Sep 23, 2008
I thought I had seen everything but the writer of this book is a pitful man , trying to make a buck off people that others may find important.I guess this book could be about every other religion because the questions asked, are not far from those. HEY, if you are not to tell lies then why do lots of people tell kids Santa Claus is real.That is why kids now do not respect their parents because SANTA CLAUS got me these toys, not my parents.......
just review the book please Jun 25, 2008
Just a little heads up, some of you are using this review page as a "why the JW's are wrong" page. Please just review the book and leave off all the other stuff. Geez man, get a blog or something!
sorry i didn't read the book (and probably wont because of the reviews) but I just felt the need to say this because your line by line analyses of the JWs is not helpful for REVIEWING THE BOOK WHICH IS THE POINT OF THIS PORTION OF THE WEBSITE!!!
Dull Spots! Jan 12, 2008
I think this subject is interesting so long as the writer keeps it that way. There are times in this book that the author seems to get off the subject and seems to just insert the topic casually as if to remember there was a purpose for the book. It is an easy read and could be put down in about an hour.
Lots of valuable information, but.... Dec 23, 2007
This is one of the better books for me that is a non-reader because it was easy to get through. The topics were fast paced. The negative that I have with the book is that it focused too much on the "great crowd" and not other subjects. There were times that the author would poke a stick in Judge Rutherford's side now and again and it left the taste of bitterness in my mouth, otherwise was an informative book.
Forget the JWs....Praise the Lord! Sep 15, 2007
Oh dear, what a disappointment this book turned out to be. As an ex-jw (3rd generation JW until over 40 years old) I read the other reviews regarding this book and was encouraged by them to buy the book. Indeed, I am in the process of writing a book on JWs myself and was looking forward to another perspective.
What I now realise after reading it is that it is merely a vehicle of the author to push 'Jesus' and born-again Christianity. Now, of course, the author has every right to write about his experiences and his conversion from being a long-time JW to a full blown born again Christian, but sometimes the writing is a little over the top, to say the least.
For example, (as the complete answer to Question 13: How can you gain life in God's New Order if you are Condemned?) the author writes: "Lord Jesus, help us to see your grace and mercy. Bring all truth seekers into your family!! Especially bless those older Witnesses who have been misled. Lead them to you Jesus!"
Sorry but this is drivel unless it is being read out at a prayer meeting for the benefit of other fellow believers. What JW would even consider this as a question they cannot answer?
This illustrates where my problem with the book lies....the 20 Questions that Jehovah's Witnesses Cannot Answer are actually 20 fairly inane and repetitve questions that are only of interest if you want to move on to a different branch of Christianity.
Some examples are: Question 2: Where specifically does the Bible say: "The Great Crowd will live on the earth." (fair question as far as it goes)
Question 3: So do Jehovah's Witnesses teach a lie that the Great Crowd will live on the earth? (just a progression from the last question rather than a new question)
Question 4: Why does the Watchtower Society say that the Great Crowd will live on the earth, when Revelation 19:1 says that the Great Crowd is in Heaven? (again, okay as a progression from the previous point but hardly qualifies as a separate question)
....and so on.
The author does briefly touch on the history of the JWs as well as some inconsistencies in the JW belief system. Some of the 20 Questions may cause some head scratching by a JW. Unfortunately, most JWs will just look at them as a differing religious interpretations and dismiss them out of hand as the ramblings of a fundementalist Christian.
So if you want a book that will encourage you in finding 'Jesus', then it is fine. But if you want to ask really troubling questions of JWs, then I think it falls short.
However, I would recommend the following 2 books nailing a couple of serious issues for JWs: "Captives of a Concept" by Don Cameron ISBN 1-4116-2210-3 "The Gentile Times Reconsidered" by Carl Olof Jonsson ISBN 0-914675-06-0