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How to Rescue Your Loved One from the Watchtower

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How to Rescue Your Loved One from the Watchtower
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Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN/ASIN: 1452835659
ISBN-13: 9781452835655
Number of pages: 166

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Each year thousands of husbands, wives, sons and daughters are converted by Jehovah's Witnesses through their so-called free home Bible study. This book tells exactly what to do to rescue them from the Jehovah's Witnesses.

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