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The Kingdom of the Cults Characters & Character Analysis

Walter Martin
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Important People

God

God is worshipped by followers of many religions. Christians believe God exists as One God in a Holy Trinity with God the Father, God the Son (Jesus Christ), and God the Holy Spirit being three distinct persons. Many cult members have a hard time understanding how the Christian has one God, made up of three persons. Christians need to be able to communicate to others their concept of God. The Christian God is all-knowing (omniscient), all-powerful (omnipotent), and all-good (omnibenevolent). God has always existed and will always exist. God is the same yesterday, today, and forever. The Bible tells us there is nothing man can do to separate anyone from the love of God. It is because of this love that God the Father, sent His Son Jesus Christ to live a sinless life on earth as a man, yet fully divine. Jesus is God the Son...

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