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New Book -- Religion -- The Kingdom Hall No More

Contact: Daniel Chamberlayne, www.kingdomhallnomore.com, 678-266-7008, kingdomhallnomore@yahoo.com

 

MEDIA ADVISORY, Jan. 10 /Christian Newswire/ -- Freshman author Daniel Chamberlayne discusses his 16 years experiences growing up as a Jehovah Witness and attending the Kingdom Hall in Hollis, Queens, New York in his new book, "The Kingdom Hall No More."

Daniel discusses all his activities within the Kingdom Hall and what led to him getting baptized without a choice of his own and what led up to Daniel getting disfellowshipped or excommunicated and shunned from the organization and how is Daniel living now since his departure from the Jehovah Witnesses in 1990.

Daniel Chamberlayne was raised in the middle class area of Hollis, Queens, New York by his parents Warren and Louise Chamberlayne. In September of 1974, at the young age of 7, Daniel experienced the tragic loss of his father while vacationing with his parents in Acapulco, Mexico and soon after, Daniel's mother dedicated her life to Jehovah and became a baptized Jehovah Witness. With Daniel's father now gone, Young Daniel was now indoctrinated as an associate of the Jehovah Witness by his mother and started attending the Kingdom Hall.

Daniel tried constantly to cope with the loss of his father by embracing the teachings of Jehovah's Witnesses.  Of the many lessons learned, the one most favored was a prophecy of Armageddon arriving in 1975 and all who had perished would return.  Daniel would wait patiently only to realize there would be no 8th birthday cake, no return of his father, and no answers.

Nevertheless, Daniel honored his mother and participated in all the activities of the Kingdom Hall throughout his childhood till his early twenties. Stifled by the organizational rules and a great price to pay for anyone breaking them, Daniel began to live a double life.

He continued on attending the kingdom Hall as instructed by his mother and on September 4, 1988, by no choice of his, Daniel had gotten baptized as a member of the Jehovah Witnesses.

In the early months of 1990, while being confronted by the congregational elders, Daniel's name was publicly read out in the congregation he had been attending for over 15 years and deemed disfellowshipped and to be shunned from Jehovah Witnesses from all over the world including his own mother.

This riveting book takes you on a spiritual roller coaster ride like never before.

The Kingdom Hall No More is now available in paperback and Hardcover in Barnes and Noble and Borders Bookstores and available on www.amazon.com, www.booksamillion.com, www.barnesnoble.com, www.borders.com