Speaking from personal experience, Tony Brown has written an excellent book on how to interact helpful and sensitively with Jehovah’s Witnesses. He takes his readers through the history of the JWs and how the organisation has changed over the years since they were founded. I was unaware of most of this and it was very interesting to know the background. He then takes you through the main distinctions in their doctrine and how to point out these to any JWs you might be witnessing too.
Before reading this book, I knew there were key differences in doctrine which were important to bring up when speaking to a Jehovah's Witness, but I was uncertain of how to best do it. I was unsure which Bible passages would be best to turn to and how to make the differences more explicit.
I would thoroughly recommend this book to anyone looking to develop their understanding of Jehovah’s Witnesses and how to share the gospel with them. Tony Brown’s book is easily accessible and very insightful.
Rachel Sloan, Charlotte Chapel, Edinburgh