Blood on the Altar: Confessions of a Jehovah's Witness Minister (Hardback)
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Short Description for Blood on the Altar Cites dozens of documented cases and media reports naming victims, doctors, and hospitals issuing their death certificates. This book blows the whistle on a deadly cult that secretly instructs members to kidnap children from hospital beds and teaches children to resist doctors violently and give false testimony in court.
- Published: 19 September 1996
- Format: Hardback 285 pages
- ISBN 13: 9781573920599 ISBN 10: 1573920592
- Sales rank: 1,457,805
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Full description for Blood on the Altar
'More kids are dying right now in obedience to the Jehovah's Witness ban on blood transfusions than perished in the fire at Waco, Texas', says former Witness elder David A Reed. 'How can a major sect with headquarters in New York City and twelve million attending its religious services worldwide quietly lead victims to early deaths without public outcry?' Reed cites dozens of well-documented cases and media reports naming victims, doctors, and hospitals issuing their death certificates as he blows the whistle on a deadly cult that secretly instructs members to kidnap children from hospital beds and teaches children to resist doctors violently and give false testimony in court.This former minister, now widely recognised as an authority on the sect, explains his own role in bringing new members under mind control. With captivating anecdotes he details an enforcement apparatus that reaches even into clinics and hospitals. He brings to light secret instructions for hospital employees to turn over confidential patient records to the church, and tells how the hierarchy conducts bedside trials of members who accept forbidden medical treatment. Reed joined the sect as a naive young adult and rose through the ranks until he learned how the secretive leadership operated. Realising that his friends were dying for beliefs supposedly channelled from God, but actually fabricated by the church hierarchy. After leaving the sect, he spent years researching its history and activities and the evidence is revealed here for the first time. Reed's warning cannot be ignored.