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Author: Edmond C Gruss
Publisher: Fairfax, VA : Xulon Press, ©2001.
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edmond C Gruss
ISBN: 193123230X 9781931232302
OCLC Number: 50560820
Description: xv, 357 pages ; 28 cm
Contents: Watch Tower claims, progressive revelation, and the interpretation of scripture --
Jehovah's Witnesses --
proclaimers of God's kingdom --
Russell's bible students movement --
a Millerite offshoot --
Selected quotations from publications associated with C.T. Russell and Watch Tower publications for the years 1876-1889 --
Selected quotations from Watch Tower publications for the years 1890-1899 --
Who is "that faithful and wise servant"? --
Selected quotations from Watch Tower publications for the years 1900-1914 --
Twenty time-proofs --
The Jehovah's Witnesses and 1914 --
What was predicted for 1914? --
The "seven times" of Daniel 4:16 --
The year-day theory (principle). Did Jerusalem fall to Nebuchadnezzar in 607 B.C.? --
Jerusalem and the end of the "appointed times of the nations" ("Times of the Gentiles") --
literal or symbolic? --
The Jehovah's Witnesses and World War I --
The "sign" of Christ's presence in 1914 and "the last days" --
The "sign" of Christ's presence in 1914 and "the last days" --
continued --
Selected quotations from Watch Tower publications for the years 1915-1919 --
The Elijah and Elisha types --
The Finished Mystery (1917) --
Selected quotations from Watch Tower publications for the years 1920-1929 --
The Cedar Point Convention, September 5-13, 1922 --
1925 and the "millions now living will never die" fiasco. Will God restore the Jews to Palestine? --
The Great Pyramid of Gizeh: God's monument or "a monument of demonism"? --
Beth-Sarim: a monument to false prophecy --
Selected quotations from Watch Tower publications for the years 1930-1939 --
The "Man of Sin (lawlessness)" (2 Thess. 2:3) --
The Great Multitude (company, crowd) of Revelation 7:9 --
The "Devil's calendar" --
Face the Facts (1938) --
Beth-Shan and the return of the "princes" --
The Olin Moyle case and his observations --
Selected quotations from Watch Tower publications for the years 1940-1949 --
"Peace --
can it last?" "Peace and security" (1 Thess. 5:3) --
a final sign? Selected quotations from Watch Tower publications for the years 1950-1959 --
Selected quotations from Watch Tower publications for the years 1960-1969 --
The "superior authorities" ("higher powers") of Romans 13:1-7 --
Selected quotations from Watch Tower publications for the years 1970-1979 --
The 1975 fiasco --
The basis for the 1975 fiasco --
Selected quotations from Watch Tower publications for the years 1980-1989 --
Selected quotations from Watch Tower publications for the years 1990-2000 --
The parable of the sheep and the goats. Speculation on "this generation" (Matt. 24:34) --
Other doctrinal changes / Satan --
a.k.a. Lucifer? / The "day of the Lord (Jehovah)" --
when? / The resurrection of the people of the Old Testament Sodom / Nebuchadnezzar's dream (Dan. 2:31-35) / The parable of the mustard seed (plant) (Matt. 13:31-32) / Vaccination, a violation of God's law? / The Pleiades, God's dwelling place? --
Conclusion: what does the record show?
Responsibility: Edmond C. Gruss.

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