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Walter Martin Writing Styles in The Kingdom of the Cults

Walter Martin
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The late author of this book, Dr. Walter Martin, was a Baptist minister who held to the inerrancy of Scripture. He was a teacher of Biblical Theology, Comparative Religion, and Apologetics. He was internationally known as the host of The Bible Answer Man, a popular syndicated radio call-in program heard in North America. The author gives several reasons for writing the book: to give attention to Christian missionary work among cults; to show flaws in the different cult systems; to help Christians be able to respond to cultists and present the Gospel; to show utmost care for the redemption of souls; to demonstrate the great history of the Christian faith; and to challenge others to live and testify for Christ. The intended audience is that of Christians, both new and mature. The desired impact is for Christians to reach cultists and help them see the truths of Christianity...

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