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Publisher: USA, Big Three (3); Bob Dylan Words & Music Company: 1968
Edition: First Edition
Seller ID: 812G1888
40 pages. Songs include: John Wesley Harding; As I Went Out One Morning; I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine; All Along the Watchtower; The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest; Dear Landlord; Drifter's Escape; I Am a Lonesome Hobo; The Wicked Messenger; Down Along the Cove; I Pity the Poor Immigrant; I'll Be Your Baby Tonight; His Best Yet. Above-average wear. Covers nearly detached. Not pretty but a rare surviving copy. View more info
By: Stevenson, W.C.
Publisher: New York, Hart Publishing Company: 1968
Edition: First American Edition
Seller ID: 454H3708
B003X5IXX0 211 pages. Bibliography. "Traces the growth of the Witnesses from their beginnings in Pittsburgh in 1872 through to the 1960s. Explains why the Witnesses oppose higher education for their children; why they have pictured the Pope, along with Hitler, as riding on the shoulders of the devil; why they believe in the superiority of men over women; and why they discourage relationships with outsiders, except for recruiting purposes. Author was a member of the Witnesses for fourteen years, five of which he spent as a full-time minister of the sect." - dust jacket. Unmarked wi... View more info
By: Thomas, F. W.
Publisher: Grand Rapids, MI, Baker Pub Group: 1978
Seller ID: 45301006
0801087791 162 pages. This incisive analysis of the teachings of the Jehovah's Witnesses is the kind of clear-cut thorough-going refutation many Christians have desired. It will be welcomed by those who have been confronted with the doctrines of the Jehovah's Wintesses, realized they were "benders of the truth and weavers of deception," but were at a loss as to just how to make a convincing rebuttal. Author has probed the complexities of the Watchtower thinking and presents a revealing expose that is well-organized and easy to grasp. Places the major tenets of Jehovah's Witnesses u... View more info