Throw Back Thursday: Watchtower

‘But what is not so generally appreciated is that the principle of caveat emptor should be kept in mind when one is buying ideas, that is, when he is reading articles or books that are trying to “sell” him on a certain viewpoint, philosophy, or religious idea. Writers of such articles or books may, for reasons of their own, be just as likely to be tempted to take liberties with the truth. This may be done very subtly, at times simply by ignoring certain pertinent facts in discussing a certain subject. ‘

(The Watchtower; 5/15/1963; pp. 293)


This post is the first in a series of interesting statements made by the Watchtower Bible & Tract Society.  #TBTWT

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