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Published by Johannes Greber Memorial Foundation. Seller Rating:. Condition: Good. A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. More information about this seller Contact this seller 1. Published by Johannes Greber Memorial Foundation I did not find any markings in the text.

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Fourth Edition. Slight wear at extremities for both book and dustjacket. In nice clean tight condition. More information about this seller Contact this seller 3. Published by Teaneck NJ. Johannes Greber Memorial Foundation. About this Item: Teaneck NJ. Translated From The German. Apparently dedicated at birth to this work, the author ministered for many years to the spiritual needs of widely separated countryfolk. One day he was informed that a small group of his flock were holding spiritual services, in which a farmboy manifested higher wisdom.

The medium during mysteriously induced trances, would impart to his listeners unheard of tidings, revealing an importance, as uttered by prophets in biblical times. Deciding that the reported events needed impartial examination the author was astounded by the wealth of supernatural truths propounded by the youthful medium that never remembered a single word after the trance had ended.

Some of the medium's utterances in unmistakable clearness pointed out to the author distant places and people where he could gather the final literary foundations for this great book. Read this book often, from end to end, or choose a single page, and find a never ending source of enlightenment that renews the power of your being in the midst of present day turmoil. Johannes Greber was a native of Germany. During the First World War he devoted himself zealously to the relief of children who were victims of the great conflict, being instrumental in sending more than 14, starving children to Holland where they obtained the care unobtainable in their homeland.

The esteem and affection in which he was held by his people brought about his election to the Reichstag in , his victory being the more noteworthy considering that his defeated opponent was a man of great influence and power. As a member of the Reichstag he did much to harmonize political and racial differences and helped secure justice and aid for those in difficulties and in need.

In he sought the hospitality of the U. In spite of temporary language difficulties he speedily translated his works into English with a purity of modulation and clearness such as found only in the classics. Johannes Greber is also the author of "The New Testament" which he translated from the original manuscripts.

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Communication with the Spirit World of God

Both Greber and JW's believe spirits communicate with them! One of the most common references Jehovah's Witnesses once used to support "a god" in John There is irrefutable proof that Greber was known to the Watchtower as an occult spiritist in , but they did not stop using Greber until Then in , the Watchtower deceptively claims "new light" and condemns Greber altogether, leading the blind followers to believe they only found out in the 's. Such deception of wickedness! In fact, the Watchtower felt that the doctrines the spirit revealed to Greber, were true.


Johannes Greber's Communication with the Spirit World - PDF Download

Johannes Greber — born in Wenigerath, Germany, was ordained a Catholic priest who claimed he had never become a medium himself but whose wife later became a medium and involved in a variety of spiritualist activities. In Germany, he was ordained in and served a church in the poor area of Hunsrueck. He renounced his vows and left the Catholic church. He emigrated to the USA in and began a nondenominational church, with prayer and healing sessions in Teaneck, NJ. He claimed using the oldest sources available including the Greek codex D, and where a meaning was not clear, he received supernatural guidance after, as he says in his prologue, much time in prayer, as he translated with his wife acting as a medium, along with visions given to him of the actual words on occasion, to the point that the text he translated. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


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Found this online, for those of you who don't know, during the s and s, the Watchtower Society occasionally used the translation of the New Testament by Johannes Greber to support their similar renderings of John and Matthew , In they officially stopped using his translation because of its "close rapport with spiritism. In and the Society's writers themselves wrote of Greber's spiritism. Their use of Greber's translation to support their New World Translation and their explanations for it is evidence of shallow scholarship.

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