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Product NameWinning The Witnesses
LanguageEnglish
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ 0758907036
SKUV-12-6-0208
Price New7.50 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Price Used10.94 US Dollars    (curriencies)
AuthorDaniel Rodriguez
Page Count112
BindingPaperback
Published01/01/2008
Long Description
While serving as an Associate Pastor, Daniel Rodriguez was instrumental in targeting his city's large Jehovah's Witness population.
Construction of a Kingdom Hall was stopped because the step-by-step strategies in this book either won Witnesses to Christ or destroyed their faith in the Watchtower Society.

Discover:
Why Jehovah's Witnesses won't listen when you quote your Bible.
How to get them to hear and receive your words.
How to get them to doubt their leaders.
How the Watchtower contradicts itself, the Bible, and their religion.

You will also learn:
The logic that is such an effective tool to reach them.
How to persuade honest Witnesses to reject the authority of the Watchtower Society.
How Watchtower publications contradict themselves, the Bible, and their religion.
Why the first thing you must do is destroy their faith in the Watchtower, and how to do it.

If you want to be more successful at sharing the gospel with Jehovah's Witnesses, here's help.

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