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Curiously, the only other remaining banned publications are those produced by the Watchtower Society and the International Bible Studies Society, both affiliated with Jehovah's Witnesses.
And even this has undergone revision, with various translations of the text, hailed by some and contested by others; for example the Douai Bible of the Catholic Church, the King James Version of the Protestant Churches and the Diaglott of the Watchtower Society, etc.
The Watchtower Society of Christian denomination teaches that blood transfusions, even if needed to save a person's life, must not be accepted.
The elders corresponded with the Watchtower Society numerous times and eventually devised a plan to excommunicate us without having to go through the legal trouble of disfellowshipping us without due process.
Remembrances to the Watchtower Society in care of the church.
What the Watchtower Society now calls "disfellowshipping"--and previously termed "shunning"--is a reality in the lives of Jehovah's Witnesses.
Written by former Jehovah's Witness Daniel Clark, I, Witness: The Shocking Insider's Story of Jehovah's Witnesses is the shocking true-life story of a devout member of the Watchtower Society who became disillusioned with the church teachings after observing corruption, dysfunctional manipulation, and cultlike abuse of power throughout his entire life.
Foreign missionary groups known to be operating in the country included the Watchtower Society, Mormons, Assemblies of God, Mennonites, Church of the Nazarene, Seventh-day Adventists, Society in Mission, Wycliffe Bible Translators, and Baptists.
This essay suggests possible avenues to apply the tort of misrepresentation to the Watchtower Society by explaining: (1) the devoted relationship between The Watchtower and its followers; (2) the pamphlet's misrepresentations of secular facts; and (3) the Society's misrepresentations in its dissemination of its blood policy.
Millions have fallen victim to the deceptions and influence of the persuasive, seductive, cultlike religious group known as Jehovah Witnesses under the leadership of the Watchtower Society. The public needs to be alerted to the lures that this group uses to ensnare innocent people.
Inc.'s Newsquest Media in England (Geoman) and the Jehovah's Witnesses' Watchtower Society (seven Lithoman lines on four continents).
(However, in the late 1970's the Witnesses' Watchtower Society counseled members to have limited contact with an erring member if it concerned family matters.)