TrueTom Vs the Apostates!

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Fire leveled Rome in 64 CE. Suspicion fell upon Nero. He shifted blame to the new religion of Christianity, it’s members “hated for their enormities,” says Tacitus. They were hunted and killed in heinous ways, History is not now repeating itself—but under the guise of a modern "anti-cult" movement that extends the age-old derogatory C-word to new targets, it is beginning to rhyme a little. More
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About Tom Harley

Tom Harley lives with his wife and dog in New York State. He plays bi-weekly games of Scrabble with his brother, who cheats. Lately he has taken up playing Splendor with his wife. She lost badly at first and was getting discouraged, so he gave her some pointers. Now he can’t beat her. Why did he do that?

Tom is also a practicing Jehovah’s Witness for many years. He has many an anecdote to share with regard to spiritual life and is author of two special-focus books—one a defense the faith in Russia, and one a defense of it in Western lands.

In his lighter moments—and he tries to stay light throughout, even on serious topics—he loves self-deprecating humor. He also likes the kind of humor where you make fun of yourself. He loves hyperbole. He also likes wild exaggeration to make a point.

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NonaYerbiz reviewed on June 24, 2021

I appreciate how much work Tom has put into this book. He has collected a number of arguments and knee-jerk reactions to current events in the Western media related to Jehovah's Witnesses. They are all negative. The individual arguments and Tom's responses are instructive and entertaining, and he wields the holy scriptures well in defense of his chosen culture. He logically deconstructs accusations and determines the accusers' motives - then cuts them down completely or neutralizes their arguments expertly. He says he leans toward flippancy. Much of this work is light-hearted and entertaining. Great read.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
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