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The Kingdom of the Cults Handbook: Quick Reference Guide to Alternative Belief Systems

The Kingdom of the Cults Handbook: Quick Reference Guide to Alternative Belief Systems

by Walter Martin

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Overview

False religions abound in the US and beyond, and Christians need information they can trust. Since the 1960s, The Kingdom of the Cults has been a trustworthy, well-researched resource on this topic for pastors, lay leaders, and other Christians.

The Kingdom of the Cults Handbook
takes that same, reliable information and pares it down into a more concise and simplified format. It's perfect for everyone from Christian teachers and ministry leaders to those who just want to better understand the religion of their neighbors. Covering everything from established religions like Islam and Buddhism to shifting trends in Mormonism, Scientology, and Wicca, this book will answer your questions and help you understand and communicate the key differences between true Christianity and other belief systems.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781493421817
Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
Publication date: 11/05/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 400

About the Author

Walter Martin (1928-1989) held four earned degrees and was the author of a dozen books. He was internationally known as the host of The Bible Answer Man, a popular syndicated radio call-in program in the US and Canada. He was also the founder and director of Christian Research Institute.
Walter Martin (PhD, California Coast University) held four earned degrees and was the author of a dozen books. He was internationally known as the host of The Bible Answer Man, a popular syndicated radio call-in program in the U.S. and Canada. He was also the founder and director of Christian Research Institute. Dr. Martin died in 1989.