The Kingdom of the Cults Themes

Walter Martin
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Cults Evaluated By The Word of God

Cults should be evaluated with the Word of God as the standard of evaluation. Christians believe all Scripture is true, without error, and entirely inspired by God. The author shows how each cult distorts, contradicts, or ignores the Word of God and replaces it with unbiblical theology. For example, the author writes that many Watchtower statements "contain a mixture of truth and error." Furthermore, some cults "translate" the Bible differently or add their own doctrine. Other cults leave it up to the cult member to decide matters such as their own concept of God. The bottom line for the Christian is that all beliefs must be supported by the Word of God. Christians do not believe anyone has the liberty to add to, subtract from, or twist Scripture in a way that suits them. The Christian Bible starts with Genesis and ends...

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