The Watchtower has chided its members repeatedly for many years about not reading anything it deems unsuitable, especially when it is composed by former members.
Interestingly, the new May 2013 Awake magazine pages 10-11 (Available online at JW.org the official site of Jehovah’s Witnesses) has an article about a woman that studied and then converted from Judaism to Jehovah’s Witnesses. There are three key points in the article that actually encourage those with discernment to go against the Watchtower ban on books written by those with dissenting views. See if you can catch the clues by clicking below to read the article:
Or if you like, go ahead and click on the scan below for the explanatory infographic: