He has written books in support of WT teachings
"Three Dissertations on the Teachings of Jehovahs Witnesses."
"Jehovah's Witnesses Defended - An Answer to Scholars and Critics,3rd edition"
Though he did not totally agree with some teachings.
But on Greg Staffords own website "www.elihubooks.com" a new message from him about is relationship with the Watchtower.
His comments can be found here:
Also it is discussed on JWD forum at:
It looks as if he may have finally cut his ties with the Watchtower over some aspects of their teachings, but has not totally rejected all their teachings.
Now calling on "Christian Witnesses of Jah" to join in his thinking.
This is the first paragraph from the article:
Christian Witnesses of Jah
Come now the Christian Witnesses of Jah. Who are we? We are Jehovahs Witnesses! We are Jehovahs Witnesses who reject traditions of men that invalidate the Word of Jah Jehovah (Isaiah 12:2; Matthew 15:6). It is our desire to serve Jesus Christ and to worship his God and Father with spirit and truth (John 4:24). True, this is the stated intent of many religious groups, though few of them give prominence to the name of God, to the name of Jah. But Christian Witnesses of Jah are born out of an intense desire to worship Jah and to serve his Messiah, Jesus of Nazareth, without teaching commands of men as doctrines (Matthew 15:9). How can this be done? How can any man or woman today keep this from happening? It is not easy, for we are all human. But if we rely on Jah and if we pray for deliverance from our error, I have reason to believe he will so deliver us.Matthew 6:13.