- The Great Pyramid: “God’s Stone Witness” to 1914 - Charles Taze Russell was convinced that measurements of the Great Pyramid of Gizeh confirmed his end times prophecies, calling it “God’s stone witness.”
- The Great Pyramid: From “God’s Stone Witness” to “Satan’s Bible” - After decades of proclaiming the Great Pyramid of Gizeh as "God's Stone Witness" which verified its end times prophecies, the Watchtower reversed itself completely and denounced the Pyramid as "Satan's Bible."
- Watchtower False Prophecies: 1918 and 1925 - The Watchtower predicted wholesale destruction of Christendom’s churches for 1918 and the resurrection of the patriarchs for 1925. Obviously, they were wrong on both counts.
- The Watchtower’s 1975 Failure - The Watchtower got Jehovah’s Witnesses excited about a new date for Armageddon and the beginning of Christ’s millennial kingdom—1975.
- We Don’t Claim to be Perfect - When Christians present this documentation and accuse the Watchtower of being a false prophet, how do Jehovah’s Witnesses respond? The Watchtower has trained them to present several defenses. We will look at two of them today.
- The Light Gets Brighter and Brighter - As we examine the defenses the Watchtower makes against claims that it meets the Bible’s definition of a false prophet, let’s look at the one it uses most often.
- Wrong Expectations - “Wrong expectations” sounds much nicer than “false prophecies.” Accordingly, the Watchtower often defends itself against a charge of being a false prophet by comparing itself with Bible prophets who had misunderstandings. Let’s examine this defense in some detail and consider how to respond.