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See our many videos on Jehovah’s Witnesses at See our channel page with almost 500 videos on different subjects. Larry Wessels, director of Christian Answers of Austin, Texas (CANSWERSTV; websites:, http & www.MuslimHope com), has dealt with hundreds of JWs over the last 30 years (including witnessing for Christ at many of their conventions). Here is a presentation of detailed programs on the JW religion which was begun by only one man named Charles Taze Russell who had no formal theological training but was able to spread his strange beliefs throughout the world. Russell believed that Revelation 14 was talking about him & that Revelation 8:3 referred to Russell’s “Watch Tower Society.” Russell who was a men’s clothing manager. He was born in Allegheny, PA in 1852, was raised as a Presbyterian, but later changed to the Congregational Church. Russell was unhappy with many church teachings, especially predestination and eternal punishment, so he left the mainline churches for good and at the age of 18 began his own Bible class consisting of six people. By 1876 his small group of followers elected him as “Pastor” and the title stuck. Russell’s following began to grow in 1879, when he first founded and published a magazine entitled, “Zion’s Watch Tower and Herald of Christ’s Presence,” which is now known as “The Watchtower Announcing Jehovah’s Kingdom.” Through this magazine Russell was able to preach doctrines he really