The Kingdom of the Cults - The Kingdom of the Cults Summary & Analysis

Walter Martin
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The author begins by stating a cult is more than just any religious group not regarded as "normal." Rather, a cult is a group of people who meet about a specific person or person's misinterpretation of the Bible.

Each cult is said to have been started by one or two key people. Charles T. Russell and J.F. Rutherford formed the Jehovah's Witnesses. The Christian Scientists' doctrine was founded upon the writings of Mary Baker Eddy. The Mormons look to leaders Joseph Smith and Brigham Young. The Unity School of Christianity follows Charles and Myrtle Fillmore. It is said these cults have major differences with historical Christianity and yet declare themselves to be Christian.

The author of this book is a Baptist minister who believes all Scripture is true and without any error. He has taught Biblical...

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