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Kingdom of the Cults gives an overview of cults and other religions from the perspective of Christianity. Cults, as defined by the book, are groups of people who meet around a specific person or person's misinterpretation of the Bible. The cults described in the book, while very different in beliefs, do have some similarities. Many of the cults do not believe in Jesus' virgin birth, his incarnation as fully man and fully divine, his miracles, his death on the cross, his substitutionary sacrifice, his power to cleanse people from sin, or his bodily resurrection nor do many cults believe in the Trinity. All of these are foundational Christian doctrines.
Several cults deny the existence of man's fallen nature, hell, Satan, sin, evil, death, and the need for redemption. Some of the cult doctrines include unbiblical beliefs such as: God is all in all,... View more of the The Kingdom of the Cults Summary
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