Find It Quick Handbook on Cults and New Religions: Where Did They Come From? What Do They Believe?
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Number of Pages: 250
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2005
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10 Most Important Things You Can Say to a Jehovah's WitnessRon RhodesHarvest House Publishers / 2001 / Trade Paperback$8.19 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 8 Reviews
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Were most cults and new religions simply passing fads of the latetwentieth century, or are some of them still growing today? What new sects have emerged, and what dangers do they present? How should Christians respond?
Bible teacher and apologetics expert Ron Rhodes has cataloged 40 groups in this concise and easytouse handbook. Readers will appreciate Rons thorough research and his readerfriendly style. His brief examination of each group includes
- a short history of the sect or new religion
- an explanation of the groups major doctrines
- the Christian apologetic response
This informative guide includes a list of Apologetic Power Points, which provides readers with a fastpaced summary of the foundational truths of biblical Christianity.
JohnGreenville, SCAge: 25-34Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Does the job quite wellNovember 21, 2014JohnGreenville, SCAge: 25-34Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4I run a website and also do a bit of evangelism/apologetics. One of my tasks is to dialogue and or send letters to the cults,and false churches in my area (Denver, CO) of which I have no small task. This book is perhaps the best for giving a overall synopsis of the major cults. While this book does not address Progressive Liberal "Christians" (Gay/Homosexual), the emerging church, the word of faith movement, and such I have other books that touch those groups. So for the task this book has set out to accomplish I absolutely love it and find it superior to my other books on the topic (So Whats the difference?, Josh McDowell book on the cults). The apologetic power points are especially helpful to defend Biblical Christianity. My major gripe of the book (despite all its praises) is a lack of a topical index in the back. Surely this would have been quite helpful. I recommend this book to not only the bible college student, but to those wanting some good information on the cults, but also those doing the same thing I am doing, and that is challenging the cults in their area and proclaiming Christ to them.