Captives of a Concept
by Don Cameron

What readers are saying...

After reading Crisis of Conscience and In Search of Christian Freedom by Ray Franz, Apocalypse Delayed by James Penton, and Three Dissertations by Greg Stafford, the expose was comprehensive. They are excellent books, particularly for those who want all the facts and are interested in detail. I am grateful to these brothers.

However, some people do not like reading. Captives of a Concept is a focused approach that concentrates on the Watchtower teaching of "the Faithful and Discreet Slave," the doctrine upon which all others rest, and very logically and simply pulverizes it. Down comes the whole structure.

Although my wife and I gained our freedom in Christ before, Don's book has made us even more appreciative of our new found liberty. [Michael]

Book Reviews on

From a Director of a Jehovah's Witness Outreach Ministry, March 30, 2006:

Being involved in over 10 years of outreach ministry to Jehovah's Witnesses, I can honestly tell you that "Captives of a Concept" is a groundbreaking work. Don Cameron cuts right to the foundation of the control the Watchtower Bible & Tract Society has over its members and methodically and logically dismantles it in a way few (if any) authors have. His style is refreshing, his technique is clear and his tone is laden with the love of Christ.

If you are looking for a casual read to educate yourself on Jehovah's Witnesses, this (and many other books) will suffice. If you're looking for a tool to help you reach one of God's lost children bound up in this religion, you need this book.

A Well Presented Argument
"Mr. Cameron's book is a thorough examination of one very important doctrine central to the Witness mind-set. With impeccable logic he dismantles the foundation of the idea that the Watchtower is "God's Organization". I highly recommend this book to anyone who has any connection to or contact with the Watchtower organization." - Steve McRoberts