The Kingdom of the Cults - Study Guide Scaling The Language Barrier Summary & Analysis

Walter Martin
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The author urges us to realize there is a language barrier between Christians and cultists. This means that, although they may be using the same terms, Christians and cultists define them differently. Readers are urged to take steps to overcome this barrier. First, to learn the terminology of the major cult systems. Christians must understand what cultists mean when they speak key words and standard doctrinal phrases. Second, to compare those definitions with the contexts of the biblical passages to which the cultist refers. Third, to review the importance of defining terms. One must understand what really matters the most to cultists in order to reach them. Finally, the Christian should testify to how Christ has changed them into a new person.

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