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Some facts and more facts about the self-styled Pastor Charles T. Russell (of Millennial Dawn fame)

John J. Ross

Some facts and more facts about the self-styled Pastor Charles T. Russell (of Millennial Dawn fame)

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Published by North-West Bible and Tract Depot in Winnipeg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Russell, C. T. -- 1852-1916.

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    Also available as microfiche. Use microfiche only.

    Other titlesHistory of the libel case : "Pastor" Russell before the courts.
    Statementby J.J. Ross.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48 p.
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16957651M


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Some facts and more facts about the self-styled Pastor Charles T. Russell (of Millennial Dawn fame) by John J. Ross Download PDF EPUB FB2

Excerpt from Some Facts and More Facts About the Self-Styled "Pastor" Charles T. Russell (of Millennial Dawn Fame) Languages, and yet he is successful in making his disciples believe that the most difficult passages in the Old Testament and the book of Revelation are as simple as a sunbeam to him.5/5(1).

Some Facts and More Facts About the Self-Styled "Pastor" Charles T. Russell of Millennial Dawn Fame Paperback – January 1, by Rev.

Ross (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating5/5(1). Some Facts and More Facts about the Self-Styled "Pastor" Charles Taze Russell of Millennial Dawn Fame. Written in by Rev. Ross. Russell was president of the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society (now known as Jehovah's Witnesses.).

Self-Styled 'Pastor,' Charles T. Russell" of Millen- nial Dawn Fame of BI-ooklyn, %a. Y., purporting to reflect seriously upon his character, on Dec. Znd,Mr. Russell issued a summons against me charging me with criminal, defamatory libel.

This tract presents the history of the libel case against The Brooklyn Eagle by Charles Taze Russell. In this court case, Russell objected to the Eagle’s published reports of fraudulent behavior, accusing Russell of profiting from the sale of an alleged “Miracle Wheat” to the public.

Russell. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Some facts and more facts about the self-styled "Pastor" Charles T.

Russell (of Millennial dawn fame) [microform] Item Preview. Some Facts about tSie SeSf-Styled "Pastor" Charles T. Russell The Leaflet, Published June, In this leaflet I am to tell you something about the so-called "Pastor" C. Russell, the founder and chief executive of "Millennial Dawnism." Though the name of Russell is quite familiar, very little is.

The very titles of Ross' publications: "Some Facts (and More Facts) About the Self-Styled 'Pastor' Charles T. Russell," belies the deceptive spirit of the publications, since Charles Taze Russell was indeed appointed first as "pastor" by the Allegheny Church, and he was later appointed as "pastor" -- shepherd -- by many other churches all over the world.

The very titles of Ross' publications: "Some Facts (and More Facts) About the Self-Styled 'Pastor' Charles T. Russell," belies the deceptive spirit of the publications, since Charles Taze Russell was indeed appointed first as "pastor" by the Allegheny Church, and he was later appointed as "pastor" -- shepherd -- by many other churches all over the world.

(Some Facts and More Facts About the Self-Styled “Pastor” Charles T. Russell, p. 17) 17) It is abundantly clear from the court transcript that Russell. Charles Taze Russell (Febru – Octo ), or Pastor Russell, was an American Christian restorationist minister from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and founder of what is now known as the Bible Student movement.

After his death, Jehovah's Witnesses and numerous independent Bible Student groups developed from this base. Charles Taze Russell (), American religious leader, who founded the International Bible Students Association, now known as Jehovah's Witnesses Charles Taze Russell was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Russell rejected orthodox Protestantism early in. Charles T. Russell was the founder of Zion's Watch Tower in and the Watch Tower Society in He was NOT the founder of Jehovah’s Witnesses nor of any of the current Russellite sects.

After his death in many Bible Students did not want to support the new leadership, they wanted to stay frozen in time with only Russell's teachings. Charles Taze Russell sued for defamatory libel on Marchbecause Ross had written in his booklet called “SOME FACTS AND SOME MORE FACTS ABOUT THE SELF STYLED PASTOR - L” in which he wrote “Russell does not know the dead languages” In court Russell proved it.

The treatment accorded Pastor Russell by the disciples of Christ is very similar to the actions of those early fathers. Since reading Pastor Russell’s Studies in the Scriptures (the first and fifth volumes more than once), I have read all the articles and tracts against his teachings I could find.

Rev. Ross (), Some Facts about the Self-Styled "Pastor" Charles T. Russell (of Millennial Dawn Fame), Philadelphia School of the Bible, Inc., pp. The teaching of Russell is contrary to all the accepted standards of faith, both Protestant and Catholic.

In June Reverend J.J. Ross, pastor of the James Street Baptist Church in Hamilton, Ontario, published the pamphlet, Some facts about the Self-Styled 'Pastor' Charles T. Russell, denouncing Russell, his qualifications as a minister, and his moral example as a Pastor.

Russell promptly sued Ross for "defamatory libel". Rev. Ross, Some Facts and More Facts about the Self-Styled "Pastor" Charles T. Russell, Witness Inc. reprint, p. In Russell's denial of the pamphlet, he did admit, "The item about the miracle wheat might be said to have a particle of truth, just one grain of truth in it, in a sense."" 5.

Ross, p. Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Jan. In June Rev. Ross (–), Pastor of the James Street Baptist Church in Hamilton, Ontario, published and widely distributed a four-page leaflet entitled, Some facts about the Self-Styled "Pastor" Charles T. Russell (of Millennial Dawn Fame), alleging that Russell was involved in questionable business practices, had defrauded.

Some Facts and More Facts about the Self-Styled "Pastor" Charles Taze Russell of Millennial Dawn Fame. Written in by Rev. Ross. Russell was president of the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society (now known as Jehovah's Witnesses.) Topics: Charles Taze Russell, Jehovah's Witnesses, Watch Tower, Watchtower, Studies in the Scriptures.

Charles Taze Russell, byname Pastor Russell, (born Feb. 16,Pittsburgh, Pa., U.S.—died Oct. 31,Pampa, Texas), founder of the International Bible Students Association, forerunner of the Jehovah’s Witnesses. By the time he Russell had left both Presbyterianism and Congregationalism because he could not reconcile the idea of an eternal hell with God’s mercy.

Some facts and more facts about the self-styled "Pastor" Charles T. Russell (of Millennial Dawn fame): the history of the libel case ; "Pastor" Russell before the courts by J.

J Ross (Book) Two men and Russellism by I. M Haldeman (Book). Charles Taze Russell was an American Christian Restoration minister in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

He was the founder of the International Bible Students Association which is also known as the forerunner of the Jehovah’s Witness group. Hailing from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he spearheaded what is now known as the Bible Student.

Reverend J.J. Ross, pastor of the James Street Baptist Church, Hamilton, Ontario, published a pamphlet entitled “Some Facts about the Self-Styled ‘Pastor’ Charles T. Russell,” in June of Russell quickly brought a libel suit against Ross.

Under oath, Russell. free theocratic materials and downloads Pages. Home; BIBLE TEACHINGS ; LIBRARY ; DOWNLOADS ; NEWSROOM ; ABOUT US. In June Rev. Ross (–), Pastor of the James Street Baptist Church in Hamilton, Ontario, published and widely distributed a four-page leaflet entitled, Some Facts about the Self-Styled "Pastor" Charles T.

Russell (of Millennial Dawn Fame). He apparently believed that the wheat was more miraculous than it really was. Rev. J.J. Ross of Hamilton ON wrote a pamphlet called "Some Facts About the Self-styled 'pastor' Charles T.

Russell." It denounced Russell's morals and qualifications for the ministry. Russel subsequently sued Ross for libel. ^ Some Facts and More Facts about the Self-Styled 'Pastor' Charles T. Russell, pp. ^ The Watch Tower, Octop. "As respects my education in Greek and Hebrew: Not only do I not claim very special knowledge of either language, but I claim that not one minister in a thousand is either a Hebrew or a Greek scholar.".

Some Facts and More Facts About the Self-Styled "Pastor" Charles T. Russell (of Millennial Dawn Fame). The History of the Libel Case: "Pastor" Russell Before the Courts Ross, Rev.

J.J. Charles Taze Russell (Febru – Octo ), or Pastor Russell, was an well-known early 20th century Christian Restorationist minister from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA and the person who started what is now known as the Bible Student movement, from which Jehovah's Witnesses and some other independent Bible Student groups developed.

↑ Some Facts and More Facts about the Self-Styled 'Pastor' Charles T. Russell, pp. ↑ The Watch Tower, Octop. "As respects my education in Greek and Hebrew: Not only do I not claim very special knowledge of either language, but I claim that not one minister in a thousand is either a Hebrew or a Greek scholar.".

5 J. Ross, Some Facts and More Facts about the Self-Styled "Pastor" Charles T. Russell (Philadelphia: Philadelphia School of the Bible, ). Strange as it may seem, Ross did not even bother to get his lawyer's name right. The man's name. He appeared in court three times during his life and each time lied under oath (The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Rev.

John J. Ross and the Eagle; Some Facts and More Facts About the Self-Styled Pastor Charles T. Russell, p. 17). A full copy of this 5-hour transcript from is also held on file at the JW’s headquarters in Brooklyn. Some Facts and More Facts About the Self-Styled Pastor—Charles T.

Russell: But now what are the facts as they were brought out by the examination on March. 17. As to his scholastic standing he (Russell) had sworn that what was said about. it was not true.

In June the Reverend J.J. Ross, pastor of the James Street Baptist Church, Hamilton, Ontario, published the pamphlet, Some facts about the Self-Styled 'Pastor' Charles T.

Russell which minced no words in its denunciation of Russell, his qualifications as a minister, or his moral example as a Pastor. entitled, "Some Facts About the Self-Styled 'Pastor' Charles T. Russell" that led to a nasty law suit Ross denounced Russell's qualifications as a minister, his moral example as a "Pastor", and his teachings as "anti-rational, anti-scientific, anti-Biblical, anti-Christian, and a deplorable perversion of.

Qualifications: In June Rev. Ross (–), Pastor of the James Street Baptist Church in Hamilton, Ontario, published and widely distributed a four-page leaflet entitled, Some Facts about the Self-Styled "Pastor" Charles T.

Russell (of Millennial Dawn Fame). Russell-White debate, a public discussion - C. Russell () Some facts and more facts about the self-styled Pastor Charles T. Russell - J.

Ross () Souvenir Report of The Bible Student's Convention - Pittsburgh, Jan () (version 1) Souvenir Report of The Bible Student's Convention - Pittsburgh, Jan () (version 2)Seller Rating: % positive.

- Pastor Charles Taze Russell, ; "The New Creation", pp. *** _____ UPDATE: 5/20/ This is the major source that some apostates and other Watchtower antagonists use to try and prove that Pastor Charles Taze Russell was a Mason. I sometimes wonder if these fault finders are as ignorant as they appear.

Instead of Mr. Russell stopping Reverend Ross, the court case ended up giving him enough fuel to write another pamphlet about Mr. Russell titled, Some Facts and More Facts about the Self-Styled "Pastor" Charles T. Russell (also still in print 40). Ross informed the public in this second pamphlet that "the case was thrown out of Court by the.

memory of Pastor Russell, we issue this selection of his sermons in book form. Some of these have never before been published.

St. Paul under inspiration wrote that at the end of the Age would come greater light. Pastor Russell was privileged to live in the close of .Ross, Some Facts and More Facts about the Self-Styled "Pastor" Charles T.

Russell, Witness Inc. reprint, p. Na negação de Russell do panfleto, ele admitiu: "O item sobre o trigo milagroso pode-se dizer que tem uma partícula de verdade, apenas um grão de verdade nisso, num sentido.".Some Facts and More Facts about the Self-Styled “Pastor” Charles T.

Russell by J. J. Ross; The Teachings of “Pastor” Russell by W. T. Conner; Three of the Blasphemies of Millennial Dawn by E. B. Hartt; Witnesses Out of the Bottomless Pit by George S. Lloyd; Debates. Russell-White Debate by Charles Taze Russell and Lloyd Smith White.