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Product NameGanemos A Los Testigos (Spanish Edition)
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AuthorDaniel Rodriquez
Page Count111
Long DescriptionMétodos probados, paso a paso, que le ayudarán a guiar a Testigos de Jehová Mientras ministraba como Pastor Asociado en 1996, Daniel Rodríguez desempeñó un papel instrumental para alcanzar a la numerosa población de Testigos de Jehová en su ciudad. La construcción de un Salón del Reino se detuvo porque las estrategias presentadas en este libro ganaron a Testigos para Cristo o destruyeron su fe en la Sociedad Watchtower. El plan que se describe, paso a paso, en este libro práctico y de fácil lectura, le ayudará a alcanzar a Testigos de Jehová con una facilidad que jamás imaginó posible. Descubra: Por qué los Testigos de Jehová no le escucharán si cita pasajes de su Biblia. Cómo puede lograr que ellos realmente le escuchen y acepten sus palabras. Cómo puede hacer que los Testigos duden de sus lideres. Tácticas que ellos usan para desviar a los cristianos. También aprenderá: La lógica que sirve como una herramienta eficaz para llegar a ellos. Cómo persuadir a Testigos sinceros para que rechacen la autoridad de la Sociedad Watchtower. Cómo las publicaciones de Watchtower se contradicen entre sí, contradicen a la Biblia y a la misma religió que ellos siguen. Si desea mejores resultados al presentar el evangelio a los Testigos de Jehová, este libro le ayudará
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