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Beth Sarim Mansion: House of the Princes

Beth-Sarim: House of the Princes

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Beth-Sarim is a mansion in San Diego, California, that was built in 1929 by Jehovah’s Witnesses. Many Jehovah’s Witnesses have never heard of Beth-Sarim, or if...
Revisions to the Faithful and Discreet Slave

Revisions to the Faithful and Discreet Slave

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The faithful and discreet slave, as mentioned in Matthew 24:45, is a character in one of Jesus Christ’s parables. Jehovah’s Witnesses consider the parable to be prophetic...
To Whom the Work is Entrusted

To Whom the Work is Entrusted

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To Whom the Work Is Entrusted is an 8 page pamphlet published in 1919 by the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society. You may have...
This Generation

This Generation

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Since the late 1800s Jehovah’s Witnesses, or Bible Students as they were known back then, have attempted many times to define and interpret ‘This...
Pastor Russell Visits UK and Ireland

Pastor Russell Visits UK and Ireland

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Here is an interesting article regarding Charles Taze Russell (aka Pastor Russell) on his visit to the United Kingdom and Ireland in 1910. Prior...
The Apocryphal Hypocrisy

The Apocryphal Hypocrisy

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If there is one thing Jehovah’s Witnesses have emphasized over and over again about the Bible, it is the notion that Apocryphal books of the Bible...
The Burial of Joseph F. Rutherford

The Burial of Joseph F. Rutherford

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Joseph F Rutherford, the second president of the Watch Tower Bible & Tract Society, died January 8 1942. His simple request prior to his death...
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