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

Walter Martin
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Jesus of the Cults Summary and Analysis

The author encourages Christians to understand how those outside their faith view Jesus. Moreover, Christians should remember the message of the cross is going to be offensive and controversial to others yet they should defend their faith and evangelize because Christ commanded it.

The person and work of Jesus Christ is the very foundation of the Christian faith. To the Christian Scientist, Jesus is a divine ideal or principle inherent within every man yet Jesus did not come in the flesh. To the Jehovah's Witness, Jesus is "a god" but not the Almighty God who is Jehovah. Further, they believe Jesus had been Michael the archangel before appearing in the world as a perfect man. For the Mormon, Jesus is a god among many gods and a spirit-brother of Lucifer.

The author states that criticizing another's religious beliefs does...

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