What d'ya think of Greg Stafford's 'JW defended', '3 dissertations', etc

by AntiEntropy 29 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • AntiEntropy


    I'm reading some books wrtitten by Greg. I just wonder how you think of his thoughts.

    Thanx in advance for your comments.

  • Gadget

    I've never heard of these. Is there anywhere online we can get info on them?

  • Hamas

    ???? ?? !

  • ScoobySnax

    Which Greg book are you reading? .......Jehovahs Witnesses Defended is found on the net if you do a search. Happy reading!

  • jst2laws

    Hello AntiEntropy. Three Dissertations is his last and the only one I have read. Since he had given up defending the Watchtower by the time he wrote it, I wonder what value his previous books could be? Like James Penton, the WT apologists with a sincere love of truth eventually leave and blow the whistle on the WT. And welcome to the board. If you have not been lurking here long I hope you are not put off by the responses you get. I have a high regard for Greg and hope you read his last book published. Jst2laws

  • ClassAvenger

    So the guy wrote books defending the Watchtower, then gave up in time as he researched and found out the truth about the Watchtower?

  • RR

    Elihu Books is a JW run site that offers pro-JW / WTS books

  • Kenneson

    Much has been written on Stafford's works via this forum. Just conduct a search. There's a lot on the internet as well, pro and con.

  • Noumenon

    e-watchman says Greg Stafford's books are 'long on problems, short on answers'.

  • TheOldHippie

    "e-watchman says Greg Stafford's books are 'long on problems, short on answers'." ............ Well, ain't that a relief! Finally one who uses all the time it takes to point out the depths of the problems, and who only hints at possible solutions or ways out, and who doesn't quickly come up with the solutins to all the problems of the world? I'd rather read 100 books by one being long on problems, short on answers, than 1 by a writer being short on problems, long on answers.

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