In Search of Christian Freedom

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Commentary Press, 1991 - Religion - 732 pages
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Freedom is crucial to genuine Christianity. How the erosion of Christian freedom began in the early centuries, how it can and does occur today, and the means for resisting the invasion of personal conscience and thought; a sequel to Crisis of Conscience. Discusses teachings of organizational loyalty, door-to-door activity, disfellowshiping, blood, and many others.

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User Review  - ladyjeanene - Overstock.com

If you never venture out of your comfort zone, how can you compare what you have to what you might be missing? Jehovah's Witnesses are taught to NEVER question the Watchtower Society but to blindly ... Read full review

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franz comes across as being very sincere and even-handed in his critique of the witness organization. this is a very detailed dissection of some key doctrine with which he disagrees, and he makes his case well. Read full review

Contents

Foreword
1
The Search for Christian Freedom
8
The Channel of God
16
Copyright

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Franz is a former member of the Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses.

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