Jehovah's Witnesses: The one true faith, or a cult?
For Daniel Clark - a family man, devout member of the Watchtower Society and bringer of "Ther Good News" - life had lost all meaning. Disillusioned with church teachings, he decided to leave the faith, but had to find the strength to throw off the teachings programmed into him since birth and rebuild his life.
In a harrowing account of growing up as a Witness in a filthy, flea-infested house, visiting his mother in a hellish mental institution and handing out Jehovah's Witness pamphlets door to door, Daniel shares the story of his journey from an abusive childhood to his escape from the religious cult that held him and his entire family prisoner.
I, Witness: The Shocking Insider's Story of Jehovah's Witnesses reveals the truth about what it's like to grow up in a world where brainwashing, violence and religious, emotional and mental abuse are rampant.
"A page turning glimpse into the lifestyle of a Jehovah's Witness. Anyone
who has recieved a Witness at their door will find Clark's perspective intriguing.
The story is engrossing, and the writing solid. One man's successful return
from a spiritual hell."
- Kirkus Discoveries
"An important book for all those involved with cults, their members
and the families whose lives they touch. Clark shows the strength and fortitude
it takes to go against the current when it would be much easier to go with
- Wanda Campbell, author of First Sunday in October
"Too little information about cults has made its way into public awareness.
From the perspective of one who has lived his life in a cult, this book sheds
light on the issues and helps dispel prejudices."
- Amber Ellis, author of Alta Fey's Allegiance
"This book is a moving account of one man's journey toward freedom from
- Maurice Borrows, author of Freedom After Life