India 1969: a crisis of conscience.

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Crisis of Conscience is a biographical book by Raymond Franz, a former member of the Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses, written inthree years after his expulsion from the Jehovah's Witnesses denomination.

The book is a major study and exposé of the internal workings of the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society during the s and s. The book was updated and revised four Author: Raymond Franz. The final nine of his sixty years as one of Jehovah's Witnesses were spent on this central executive council.

Those years led to his crisis of conscience, which is the theme of this book. David Henke, the author of the Foreword of Crisis of Conscience, fifth editionfounded Watchman Fellowship in Brand: NuLife Press.

He also drew cartoons for publications as diverse as The Indian Express, The Hindu, The Illustrated Weekly of India and Outlook, to mention a few. His published works include India A Crisis of Conscience (); India: The Wasted Years (); Government That Works and How.

Crisis of Conscience(5th Edition) The story of the struggle between loyalty to God and loyalty to one’s religion. by Raymond Franz, Deborah Dykstra, David Henke Paperback, Pages, Published by Nulife Press ISBNISBN: The year is In the state of Kerala, on the southernmost tip of India, a skyblue Plymouth with chrome tailfins is stranded on the highway amid a Marxist workers' demonstration.

Inside the car. Crisis of Conscience presents the story of a struggle to prevent the erosion of a God-given freedom of conscience and the ensuing dilemma of choosing between loyalty to God and loyalty to one’s religion.

Former member of the Governing Body of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Raymond Franz delivers a rare glimpse into the inner workings of the Watch Tower Society/5().

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Crisis of Conscience does an excellent job describing how the WatchTower organization really works, including its false prophecies, lies, and cover ups. Ray Franz cites numerous /5(61). Crisis of Conscience.

Crisis of conscience is a situation in which it is very difficult to decide what is the right thing to do. The term is also used when someone is worrying because they think that they have done something unfair or morally wrong. It is a case of ethical dilemma, but often in a more strong sense.

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Drawing on a wealth of largely overlooked and often mesmerizing nineteenth-century texts, including memoirs, histories, letters, works of journalism, and novels, War of No Pity shows that the startling ferocity of the conflict in India provoked a crisis of national conscience and a series of searing if often painfully ambivalent condemnations.

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Life in a new land—India—was a gamble; you had to play to win. Sahir's poetry. Akshay Manwani’s book Sahir Ludhianvi: The People’s Poet is one of hero-worship, though a sincere one.

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He tries to place Sahir amongst the most profound thinkers among Hindi film lyricists and also as a much underrated Urdu poet. The prople, with similar crisis of conscience, can, fruitfully seek guidance from the Buddha, an Asian from ancient India, who discovered the Path to solve the 'only problem', which not only modern Europe is seized with, but is also influencing the rest of the civilized world.

The book was out of print for some years, and as word spread on the internet of its existence, some people put up some fancy prices on the basis of supply and demand for a pre-owned book. Several years ago someone bought up the copyright and updated the book.

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A theme in his book is how two democracies, India and the United States, found themselves on opposite sides of a conflict with deep moral implications, and how America’s choices provoked a crisis of conscience among some American officials.Master and Commander is a nautical historical novel by the English author Patrick O'Brian, first published in in the US and in book proved to be the start of the novel Aubrey-Maturin series, set largely in the era of the Napoleonic Wars, that O'Brian continued working on up until his death in Author: Patrick O'Brian.