" A candid and uniquely informative view of the authority structure
and inner working of the religious organization known as Jehovah's Witnesses.
(...) The book is poignant personal document, reaffirming the value of
'freedom of conscience', and inviting renewed attention to the classic
probleme of how this value is to be kept alive in face of the perennial
resurgence of buraucratic and authoritarian structures ".
Dr Joseph F. Zygmurt, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Connecticut
" Splendid !...There was so many parallels between the author's experience
and mine that I was continually amazed. It seems that all small religious
group, unless fortified by a true uderstanding of God grace, fall into
the sample pitfalls and behave in a same way ".
Dr Desmond Ford, Former Seventh Day Adventist Theologian and Professor at Pacific Union College, defrocked due to conscience issue.
" It jolts the conscience...a warning of what can happen when an individual turn's his God-given right of decision-making over toan organization ".
Kim Kimmon's Managing Editor, The Franklin Press
A common fault with author who feel that they have to disclose errors
-rea or imaginary - within a movement they later have been forced to break
with, are feeling of hatred and bitterness. You will find little of this
in Crisis of Conscience. To the contrary, the calm, the objective tone
awakens respect and admiration. "
Dr. Ingemar Liden, Th.D Dagen, Stockholm, Sweden.
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