What does the Watchtower teach us?

What does the Watchtower teach us?

The Watchtower shows us the significance of world events in the light of Bible prophecies. It comforts people with the good news of God’s Kingdom and promotes faith in Jesus Christ. Awake! shows us how to cope with today’s problems and builds confidence in the Creator’s promise of a peaceful and secure new world.

What is the Watchtower scans library?

It contains scans from the yearbooks starting with the first issue in 1927 to 1959 and the watchtowers from the first issue (1919reprint) to 1949. Making available all issues that where not included on the Watchtower Library.

What happened to the Watch Tower links?

The WATCHTOWER links for years 1930 and 1941 are defunct and need redoing as they fail to open. If any one can fix this please do. All other links, so far seem to work ok as far as I can tell.

Who was the founder of the Watch Tower Bible?

In 1879, at the age of 27, Charles Taze Russell, founder of the Watch Tower Bible & Tract Society, began publishing Zion’s Watch Tower and Herald of Christ’s Presence.

How accurate are watchtower’s peak publisher figures?

Watchtower reports on both average and peak publisher figures. Whilst average figures are more accurate, as dicussed elsewhere, peak figures are still insightful. The highest percentage growth rates for peak publishers were in the 1970’s and highest numerical growth in the early 1990’s.

Why are Jehovah’s Witnesses growing in number?

American studies show that Jehovah’s Witnesses have the highest turnover of any religion, as supported by Watchtower figures presented in this section. This dramatic change in growth of Jehovah’s Witnesses coincides with the change of the generation teaching in 1995, and access to information via the Internet.

How many witnesses have left the witness database?

This shows 1,522,202 stopped publishing. Even accounting for the average death rate, over 1 million Witnesses left in a 10 year period. The majority of growth is coming from developing countries in Africa and South America.