Millions Now Living Will Never Die!
A public talk titled "The World Has Ended; Millions Now Living May Never Die" was first delivered on February 24, 1918 in Los Angeles, California. Five weeks later, on March 31, 1918 the... More > title was changed to indicate absolute certainty: "The World Has Ended; Millions Now Living Will Never Die." The public talk continued to be delivered under that same title until 1925. The material was published as this book in 1920.
This book may be of interest to students of human psychology and students of religious movements, particularly millennialist apocalyptic, "prophetic" religious movements.
It is now republished in a larger, easy-to-read format for purposes of research, scholarship, teaching, news reporting, commentary or criticism. With the exception of the rear cover, every page is a photographically
enlarged duplicate of the original publication.
Once hard to find, this reprinting makes this historic book available at a reasonable price.< Less
DEMONISM and the WATCH TOWER
Roy D. Goodrich was a devoted Bible Student and Jehovah's Witness who took issue with the tacit endorsement of "junk science" medical devices by the Watch Tower Bible & Tract Society... More > which, to Goodrich, were a form of demonic divination. His is an interesting and very revealing account of how the organization that calls itself "The TRUTH" really operates.< Less
Home and Happiness
This is a replica reprint of the 1932 booklet by "Judge" J. F. Rutherford, President of The Watch Tower Bible & Tract Society. In addition to the seven discourses on Theocratic life... More > prepared by the author, a bonus biography of Mr. Rutherford is included.< Less
The Way to Paradise
This is a high quality enlarged replica reprint of the rare 1924 book by W. E. Van Amburgh, who was the Secretary/Treasurer of The Watchtower Bible & Tract Society for 43 years. It is worth... More > noting that in his time W. E. Van Amburgh was one of only five members of the Watch Tower Editorial Committee qualified, as the Watch Tower said, "to approve as Truth each and every article appearing in these columns.” He must have been very thoroughly familiar with all the Watch Tower’s teachings to hold such responsibility. Today many of the doctrines taught in "The Way to Paradise" are no longer taught by Jehovah's Witnesses. This edition includes the biographical supplement, "Who was W. E. Van Amburgh?"< Less