The Jehovah'S Witnesses and Jesus Christ

@article{Metzger1953TheJW,
  title={The Jehovah'S Witnesses and Jesus Christ},
  author={B. Metzger},
  journal={Theology Today},
  year={1953},
  volume={10},
  pages={65 - 85}
}
T HE sect known today as the Jehovah's Witnesses originated about 1872 when Charles Taze Russell (born February 16, 1852) of Allegheny, Pennsylvania, and a group of like-minded followers began studying the Bible from a special point of view. In 1884 the group secured a charter from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and adopted the name "Zion's Watch Tower Tract Society." Because of the energetic tours of preaching and lecturing which Russell undertook, within several years earnest groups of his… Expand
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