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The Kingdom of the Cults Chapter Summary & Analysis - Cult Evangelism—Mission Field on Your Doorstep Summary

Walter Martin
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Cult Evangelism—Mission Field on Your Doorstep Summary and Analysis

The author reminds Christians that cultists are precious souls for whom Jesus died on the cross. Cult members are human beings with homes, families, and friends. It is important Christians show the real source of antagonism with the cultist to be theology and not a difference of personalities. Christians should find a common ground of understanding, such as the authority of the Scriptures or the attributes of God. They can then use the Word of God and prayer. The author labels prayer as "the most powerful motivating force in the universe."

Christians, according to the author, must take responsibility for neglecting their responsibility for personal evangelism. Christians have not studied the Word enough. The average Christian may know what he or she believes, but may not know why it is believed...

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