The Kingdom of the Cults Quotes

Walter Martin
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"I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me," (p. 20).

"[Cultists like to] give the appearance of agreeing with nearly every statement the Christian makes," (p.30)

"[When a cultist is] confronted by a Christian whom he can learn to accept on a personal basis apart from differences of theological opinion, the possibility of communication improves markedly," (p.36).

"The deity of Jesus Christ is one of the cornerstones of Christianity," (p.107).

"The believer is Christ, therefore, is saved by grace alone, through faith in His blood," (p.174).

"Joseph Smith's religion is a polytheistic nightmare of garbled doctrines draped with the garment of Christian terminology," (p. 259).

"There is no demonic force that can withstand the presence and power of the Holy Spirit," (p. 278).

"[The cult] ignores completely the true nature, person, and work of the Lord Jesus Christ," (p. 296).

"Man could not...

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