30 Years a Watchtower Slave by William J. Schnell
The Confessions of a Converted Jehovah's Witness

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William J. Schnell was a young man eager to serve God. To him, the Watchtower Society appeared harmless, even valuable as a way to develop his faith and pass it on to others. Yet it soon became obvious that the Jehovah's Witness religion he had joined was anything but innocent.

30 Years a Watchtower Slave is Schnell's gripping account of the three decades he spent enslaved by Jehovah's Witness doctrines and methods. As you read his potent personal story, you will understand the true inner workings of the cult that enticed Schnell in the 1920s and continues to lure countless individuals today.

Through the details of Schnell's involvement with the Watchtower Society and the riveting story of how he finally became free, you will be forewarned to their effective proselytizing campaign and better outfitted to witness to JW friends, relatives, neighbors, coworkers--and the stranger at your door.
 

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Published January 1, 2002 by Baker Books. 216 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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