Dialogues on Jehovah's Witnesses

How can we be more effective in sharing our faith with Jehovah's Witnesses? These two dialogues explore some of the key areas where Jehovah's Witnesses differ from mainstream Christianity.

In two of Premier Radio's Unbelievable? programmes, Justin Brierley talks to Jehovah's Witness Robert King (aka e-watchman) and former Jehovah's Witness Tony Brown.

Robert King is disfellowshipped but still holds to Jehovah's Witness doctrine. He does not speak in any offical capacity for the Watchtower Society. For Robert King's website see: http://e-watchman.com/.

Tony Brown is now a Christian pastor with a ministry to Jehovah's Witnesses. He describes how he joined and left the organisation. For Tony Brown's minstry to JWs see: http://www.cults-investigated.com/

In Part 1 of the dialogue, they discuss the failed end-time prophecies of the organisation, their controversial blood doctrines and the belief in the 144,000 in heaven.
In Part 2 of the dialogue, they discuss the Trinity, why Jehovah's Witnesses reject the deity of Christ and why they use a different translation of Scripture.

For more information on Jehovah's Witnesses, see Mike Licona's series of articles: What to say to Jehovah's Witnesses...

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