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The Kingdom of the Cults Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Cults on the World Mission Field Summary

Walter Martin
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The Cults on the World Mission Field Summary and Analysis

Cults do not usually identify themselves by their popular names. In fact, the literature of many cult systems is unmarked. Public meetings are rarely identified with the official name of the sponsoring group. The author implies cults do this to prevent any potential follower from coming in with preconceived notions of the cult.

All major cult systems use the Bible. Most cultists use terminology of historical Christianity. Missionaries of cults deny the doctrines of the Trinity, the deity of Jesus Christ, and salvation by grace alone.

Young people tend to be the target for converts. Jehovah's Witnesses and Mormons are found in almost every major mission area in the world. They reach out to people in their own language. Many go door-to-door ready to discuss with anyone the beliefs of their cult.

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