This is a “one-of-a-kind” item! It is a one-hour dramatic skit on sharing doctrinal truth of God’s word with members of the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society (Jehovah’s Witnesses).
The skit is led by Dr. Charles R. Beach, an extraordinary Bible teacher who studied the major cult movements in America for over 50 years. Dr. Beach (now deceased) gave this comment, “The best way to witness to Jehovah’s Witnesses is to show them in their own bible (New World Translation) that Jesus is God . Believe it or not their bible still teaches this even though they have changed numerous passages to show that he is not God.
Dr. Beach decided that to get the attention of Christian audiences on this subject he would produce a live skit with two sections. The first is a humorous look at “how not to” witness to Jehovah’s Witnesses. Just as he begins to teach, Leonard Albert interrupts the lecture by declaring he is one of “Jehovah’s Christian Witnesses” (not true). He then proceeds to completely confuse Dr. Beach with the proof scriptures that all JW’s use when they come to your door. You will laugh when Dr. Beach pretends to get totally flustered and abruptly tells Leonard to leave. He then lectures on these same scriptures and shows how they are twisted by the Watchtower bible translation. In the second session he shows “how to” witness to JW’s and he brings back Leonard Albert and apologizes and then proceeds to answer every scripture with a fantastic explanation of doctrinal truth. You will rejoice as you experience the power of the spoken Word used on this familiar cultic group. This is a potent CD ROM drama skit and we have reports of many Jehovah’s Witnesses being won to Christ as a result of believers learning how to share the scriptures using their own bible, the New World Translation.
Special note: make sure to get a copy of What Jehovah Wants His Witnesses to Know, the companion book that goes with the CD. It is in this online bookstore.
How NOT To and How To Witness to Jehovah's Witnesses Skit CD ROM
Single audio CD ROM in a jewel case.
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