The witnessing method of Approaching Jehovah's Witnesses in Love centers on asking Witnesses about the workings of the Watchtower organization and the implications of many of its unique teachings rather than showing the reader how to engage them directly on doctrinal issues.
Reasoning from the Scriptures with the Jehovah's Witnesses covers the vast majority of issues you are likely to end up discussing with Jehovah’s Witnesses and provides a number of penetrating questions you can ask the Witnesses in order to show them the Watchtower is wrong.
How to Rescue Your Loved One from the Watchtower differs from David Reed’s other books in that its primary focus is not on doctrinal understanding but on witnessing do’s and don’ts. It has one main approach—giving the reader a step-by-step method for showing the Watchtower organization’s unreliability by documenting its changes in teachings on a small number of issues.
In 1989, the Watchtower published a 32-page brochure entitled, “Should You Believe in the Trinity?” Their answer was no, and they gave their reasons why they believe the Trinity doctrine is false, pagan, and satanic. Robert Bowman, Jr. wrote Why You Should Believe in the Trinity, not as an exhaustive treatise but rather as a Christian response to the assertions made in the Watchtower brochure.
Witnesses of Jehovah relates the history of the Watchtower organization, giving an overview of its failed predictions of Armageddon and the end of this system of things. It also relates the authors’ journey out of the Watchtower to salvation in Jesus Christ.