This title was originally released while Johnson affiliated with Charles Taze Russell and the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society. However, in 1918 a schism developed and Johnson split to form The Laymen's Home Missionary Movement, one of three " Bible Students "organizations that developed from the schism. Eventually, Johnson was able to re-publish the book in 1937. While the book as re-published by Johnson appear to faithfully reproduce the original Watchtower / Jehovah's Witness texts, they are not Watchtower publications and would likely be considered apostate by Jehovah's Witness followers. The pages are not numbered. Hardcover. Paul S L Johnson. Edition not indicated; "1937" on copyright page. Please also note that the advertisements in the rear of the book indicate that other titles are available for between $0.50-$1 each and are to be ordered directly from Johnson. Therefore, an older volume (if not 1937) is assumed. Book: Good to very good. Hinges firm. Some external wear and soiling. Pages unmarked. End pages tanned. Not ex-library. Dust jacket: None. 15. Bookseller Inventory # 007487
Title: Daily Heavenly Manna and Devotional Service ...
Publisher: Paul S L Johnson
Publication Date: 1937
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Book Description Paul S. L. Johnson, Philadelphia, PA, 1937. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Text is clean. Cover shows light wear. Maroon cloth with gilt cover and spine lettering. Previous owner name stamp on front free endpaper. ; Paul S. L. Johnson was a trusted advisor to Charles Taze Russell, while Russell was the president of the Watchtower Society (Jehovah's Witnesses). Johnson stayed true to Russell and his teachings even after his death. Johnson left the Watchtower Society after the death of Russell and founded the Layman's Home Missionary Movement, through which this volume was distributed. It is true to Russell's teachings, but not considered to be legitimate by the Watchtower Society. Bookseller Inventory # 26199