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Newest Book in the What the Bible says about… Series

From Issue: R&R – Issue 44 #7

If God exists and the Bible is His all-authoritative revelation to humanity, then everyone should care deeply about what the Bible says regarding any and every subject. What does the Bible say about our purpose in life? What does it say about how we should use our time, money, words, and influence? What does the Bible say about sexuality and marriage? And, among the many thousands of other questions, we should seriously ponder what the Bible says about the Church that Jesus promised, purchased (with His blood), and of which He is the head. Does God want us to become a member of the Church of His choice, or do we have His blessing to join any church of our choosing?

In AP’s latest addition to the What the Bible says about…series, Dave Miller has penned a profoundly enlightening and empowering 174-page book on What the Bible says about the Jehovah’s Witnesses. Dave focuses throughout the book on the most significant difference between what the Bible teaches about Jesus and the Godhead versus what Jehovah’s Witnesses teach (and what their Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society publishes). If Jesus is Divine, then Jehovah’s Witnesses are in serious, heart-breaking error and in need of the Truth (since they contend that Jesus is not Deity, but rather a non-eternal, created, angelic being). What could be more important to study with our neighbors than this central issue? After all, did Jesus not say, “[U]nless you believe that I am, you will die in your sins” (John 8:24, NASB)?

To the credit of Jehovah’s Witnesses, they are often in communities going house to house, sharing with others what they believe to be the truth. Yet sadly, they are in grave error about Jesus and seriously need Christians to share with them in a loving manner the biblical Truth about the nature of Jesus Christ and the reality of the Trinity.

Why not purchase multiple copies of AP’s latest book—one for yourself (to read and to refer back to) and several copies to give to others (including especially Jehovah’s Witnesses)? May God help us to “be ready to give a defense to everyone who asks” us “a reason for the hope” that we have in Jesus Christ (1 Peter 3:15).

What the Bible says about the Jehovah’s Witnesses


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