lurker first post
The books mentioned are great. Especially if you are in the research stage. There are some very knowledgable people on this site also. I'm not one of them, I'm a fluffer. Not in the porn sense of course, in the message content sense.
Post any questions you may have. Usually they get tons of answers.
Never Squat With Yer Spurs On
: Anyone recommend any other good reading material?
Defending Jehovah's Witnesses by Greg Stafford.
The 2001 Yearbook of Jehovah's Witnesses.
Insight volume on Organizaton.
This month's Kingdom Ministry.
The Holy Bible.
Good to see you here and I look forward to seeing more of you in the near future, take care and kind regards
Glad you made your first post magog!
I bet it was not as harrowing as you thought it would be eh?
Magog, I liked these a lot:
The Age of Reason, by Thomas Paine.
Why people believe weird things, by Michael Shermer.
Every absurdity has a champion to defend it.
Hey Magog! Welcome to the board. Look forward to hearing from you!
Cynicus wrote> Why people believe weird things, by Michael Shermer.
Ha, my pastor debated him some years ago (3 or 4). Mr Shermer did not fare so well. It was kind of embarrasing for him. I think I could have defended his postition better than he.
Cygnus, interesting book ideas. Should he read them in that order?
How nice; another one!Please stay!This place is getting nicely cramped.WELCOMEx(The only advice i would offer is the advice given already...read,read,read;you're allowed!)