A recently published eBook, Jehovah’s Witnesses Exposed - What Really Goes On Inside the Kingdom Hall Walls has started raising an uproar inside the Jehovah’s Witness community. In his new book, bestselling author Eugene Walker exposes the shocking secrets that have been hidden from Jehovah’s Witnesses for decades.
Jehovah's Witnesses have been known to have the highest turnover of any other religion. And the dramatic decline in growth coincides with mental illness, suicides, child abuse, changes in doctrine, disfellowshipping, shunning, and lost of families within the group.
According to Mr. Walker, Most people reading this book will not realize the heavy power that cult leaders have over their members.
Eugene Walker (born April 22, 1973) is an American author, family counselor, and psychologist. His works range from destructive cults, interpersonal relationships, marriage, family therapy, non-fiction, suspense, science fiction, and fantasy. His books have sold more than 2.5 million copies worldwide.
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Jehovah’s Witnesses Exposed!
The Practice of Disfellowshipping Members
One of the most intimidating devices used by “The Watchtower Society” is the threat of appearing before a “Judicial Committee of Elders” Public reproof or even disfellowshipping can be the sentence of this powerful court. The inflexibility of Watchtower policies has led to thousand of instances of mental distress even suicide. As Jehovah’s Witnesses you’re taught not to seek the help of any professionals.
The disfellowshipping of a Jehovah’s Witness is kept on record at “The Watchtower Headquarters.” The record includes the date of the offense and the intimate details of the situation. There is no honorable way out of “The Watchtower.” If a Jehovah’s Witness is caught socializing with someone who is known to be critical of the organization, he or she is also subject to reproof or disfellowshipping.