Anyone Else Read This?

by Englishman 19 Replies latest jw friends

  • ozziepost


    OK thx


  • Balsam

    Holy Cow $96.00 who in the world can afford to read that book. It must be very thick and big and hard cover. Few people will read that.

  • Balsam

    Link to softcover for about $27.00 used. I have to say I am curiour about the book. What did you think of it?


  • gumby
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    Jehovah's Witnesses By Andrew Holden

    Price: $26.82 (eBook)
    Category: Religion and Spirituality, General Non-Fiction
    Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc


  • blondie
    blondie has it for $30.57 US

  • funkyderek

    Amazon UK has it for £10.49... but they only have one copy!

  • hillary_step

    There are a few cheaper used copies here, just type the authors name and part of the title :



  • itsallgoodnow

    It's $29.95 on in the US. I noticed this comment from a reviewer, which I thought was kinda cute...

    Just because someone is anointed by holy spirit, doesn't mean that they will always get it right. The prophet Samuel, for instance, thought that David's brother would be the next king of Israel, but Jehovah God told him he was not the one. (1 Samuel 16:6, 7: And it came about that, as they came in and he caught sight of E·li'ab, he at once said: "Surely his anointed one is before Jehovah." But Jehovah said to Samuel: "Do not look at his appearance and at the height of his stature, for I have rejected him. For not the way man sees [is the way God sees], because mere man sees what appears to the eyes; but as for Jehovah, he sees what the heart is.)

    So, even though 1914, 1975 and nothing between 1984-1994 didn't bring armageddon, Jehovah knows their hearts were in the right place... but only them, nobody else!

  • Mutz
    Mutz is pretty good for finding secondhand books.
    I have used the uk site several times to locate hard to find books.
    Still, it's cheaper at in paperback.

  • Kenneson

    I don't believe Samuel went around predicting who was going to be king. But at least he was corrected by God. God didn't wait until the new king was selected before telling Samuel. With Jehovah's Witnesses they only recognized their errors after their predictions didn't come about. But it didn't stop them from making more failed prophecies. No comparison to Samuel.

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