Témoins de Jéhovah

In search of Christian Freedom

Par Raymond Franz
Commentary Press Atlanta, 1991.
ISBN : 0-914675-16-8

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Finding a proper balance between freedom and responsibility is a problem that has faced every serious Christian. For those raised in a highly structured religious environment, balancing loyalties to a religious organization, family, and personal conscience may raise difficult issues. Raymond Franz's first-hand account of the issues with which he struggled forms the theme of his first book, Crisis of Conscience.

A third-generation Jehovah's Witness, Franz served for over forty years at every level of the organization's structure. He spent nine of those years as a member of its central executive council, the Governing Body. His experience gives him a unique perspective on the issues facing sincere Jehovah's Witnesses who may question their religious beliefs or the structure of their organization. It also provides a rare look into the words, actions and attitudes of a small group of men who serve as administrators, legislators, and judges for Jehovah's Witnesses.
In Search of Christian Freedom, the sequel to Crisis of Conscience, provides an even more comprehensive study. Of this work, Professor Stephen Cox, of the University of California, writes :

The issues raised and options discussed herein, although relating particularly to the structure of Jehovah's Witnesses, are not so very different from issues other Christians have faced and continue to face when they seek to reconcile considerations of conscience, loyalty, responsibility and freedom. This work will move readers - of any religion - to consider seriously how much they value Christian freedom and to ask how genuine their own freedom is.

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