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DOS & Donts Witnessing to Cults

Walter Ralston Martin

DOS & Donts Witnessing to Cults

by Walter Ralston Martin

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Published by Regal Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christianity - Evangelism,
  • Cults,
  • Motivational,
  • Abridged Audio - Inspirational/Philosophy

  • The Physical Object
    FormatAudio Cassette
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13045318M
    ISBN 107511600328
    ISBN 109787511600325

    This durable, full-color, glossy pamphlet by expert author Ron Rhodes helps to dispel believers' feelings of insecurity when confronted with cults. 10 Keys To Witnessing To Cults will prepare you to witness in a loving, respectful and informed way to the cults at your door, your work, or your neighborhood. Tips include spotting common objections cultists are trained to answer. Witnessing to the Cults. By Ed Decker. President, Saints Alive in Jesus. There is power in all the Scripture. A good beginning point is the first chapter of The Book Of John. 6. Offer to pray for your friend's needs. While an apologetics kind of ministry is not always welcomed, few people will decline prayer and God seems to be.

    home > interesting topics > random musings > cult. Are Jehovah's Witnesses A Cult? "Cult" is a popular word used to describe unorthodox religious groups, including Jehovah's Witnesses. It is generally counter-productive to refer to any group as a cult, as it invokes negative connotations of people isolated in communes, blindly following a charismatic leader, ready to die for their cause.   Golden writer talks about childhood in Watch Tower Society. After keeping her journal hidden in the floor for years, Golden resident Brenda Lee said writing a book about a painful childhood in a religious “cult” was a harrowing but therapeutic process.. Lee, author of “Out of the Cocoon: a Young Woman’s Courageous Flight from the Grip of a Religious Cult,” has lived in Golden for

    Sharing the Gospel - Do's and Don'ts. By TruthBook Staff. Most believers - Christians and Urantia Book reader/students alike - who have a robust relationship with Jesus naturally want to share him with everyone. Urantia Book readers are no different.   The reason is simply that it is a far from simple task to witness to a Witness. It’s easier to just close the door and avoid the difficult task of sorting through a maze of confusing doctrines. Let’s try to make it a bit simpler. There are five important facts to remember about the Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Watchtower Organization. 1.


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DOS & Donts Witnessing to Cults by Walter Ralston Martin Download PDF EPUB FB2

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Do`s & Don`ts In Witnessing To The Cults PartS I & II Dr.

Walter Martin. There are do's and don'ts when witnessing to Mormon Missionaries and Mormons. Are Mormons Christians. Mormons believe they are Christians, but sadly Mormons are not Christians. Many Christians do not know how to witness to Mormons.

It is the call of a Christian to witness to Mormons and share the gospel message on how to. What are some do’s and don’ts on witnessing to the cults. WITNESSING TO CULTS- No Canned Approaches In dealing with cult members, we need to be aware that there’s no “canned” approach to witnessing which applies to any and all circumstances.

We must also realize that witnessing to cultists demands commitment and of course dedication. The Do’s And Don’ts Witnessing To The Cults Dr. Walter Martin, Cult/Occult Teaching And Instructions. The Do's and Don'ts of Witnessing to the Cults The Do's and Don'ts of Witnessing to the Cults - Side 2.

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Do start with a positive witness for Christ. Do keep things simple. Do share your salvation experience with them. Do know what you believe. Do have a genuine love. Do be simple and define your terms. Do memorize appropriate Scriptures if possible. Do be ready to learn from the people you witness to.

Do be patient and gentle. Do listen attentively. There are both do’s and don’ts when it comes to witnessing to cultists. Here are a few tips you will find helpful: The first do is, do identify with the cultist. Convince him (or her) that you consider him to be a person in his own right — worthwhile, basically honest, and.

Author: Bob Pardon of the New England Institute of Religious Research (NEIRR) in Lakeville MA, USA. Provided by AIIA Institute. When Cults come Knocking. a summary of Karl Alsin's article published in Discipleship Journal, Issue (Jan/Feb ).

When people in cults come to my door, I don't see them as an inconvenience; I see them as a mission field. The dos and don'ts of witnessing to Buddhists. 01 January | PM. Reuters. For Buddhists, the best way to introduce the Christian faith is to start somewhere like Proverbs or Ecclesiastes, the books of wisdom.

Jesus' teachings in the Sermon on the Mount also resonate well with Buddhists, as do the parables in the Gospel of Luke. Welcome’To’Word’of’Faith’Fellowship’’ 2" " Don’twatch"television."(exceptwhen"allowed"atchurch)"" Don’tread"books"thatare"notapproved"by.

The witnessing approach used should vary with the kind of situation being faced. For instance, if you are answering the door and find two Jehovah’s Witnesses going door to door your witness should be done differently than if when you answer the door you find your Mormon neighbor wanting to borrow a tool.

Open the Door Expert author Ron Rhodes helps to dispel believers' feelings of insecurity when confronted with cults. 10 Keys To Witnessing To Cults.

\ will prepare you to witness in a loving, respectful and informed way to the cults at your door, your work, or your neighborhood. Tips include spotting common objections cultists are trained to answer, strategic questions to ask, and easy ways.

10 Keys to Witnessing to Cults by Ron Rhodes This is an excellent little pamphlet that gives a concise but thorough presentation of what to go through when one meets cultist of different types.

The basics of the pamphlet that are important are the 2nd panel and the 10th panel. Getting the basics of the faith and giving your personal testimonies Reviews: 3. Books. These books provide some of the most comprehensive Christian responses to the teachings and history of the Watchtower Society.

These books provide a complete understanding of the cult of the Watchtower: former members of the Society (also sometimes called ex-Jehovah's Witnesses or an ex-Witness) discuss life as a Jehovahs Witness, as well as the things that led them out of the.

A cult of Christianity is a group of people claiming to be Christian, who embrace a particular doctrinal system taught by an individual leader, group of leaders, or organization, which (system) denies (either explicitly or implicitly) one or more of the essential doctrines of the Christian faith as taught in the sixty-six books of the Bible (p.

Cults are based on a simple theological fallacy - that God is not what the Bible says that He is. Once simple scriptural observations are made, we can be sure that there is a God, and that He is everything that He claims to be in His Word.

Having a dialogue with someone who believes differently about God can be difficult, but this pamphlet helps in many ways. Dr. Zukeran provides us with a concise summary of the key doctrinal issues in the beliefs taught by Jehovah’s Witnesses.

Understanding these problems held by their followers in areas such as the resurrection of Christ, the Holy Spirit, and false prophecies, prepares us to be more effective witnesses for Christ to members of their faith.

Open the Door Expert author Ron Rhodes helps to dispel believers' feelings of insecurity when confronted with cults. 10 Keys To Witnessing To Cults\ will prepare you to witness in a loving, respectful and informed way to the cults at your door, your work, or your neighborhood.

Tips include spotting common objections cultists are trained to answer, strategic questions to ask/5(4). The Donts. DO NOT rush into adopting a potential solution before carefully researching the cult problem. DO NOT say:”You are in a cult; you are brainwashed”.

DO NOT give money to the member of the group. DO NOT feel guilty. This is not a problem caused by families. DO NOT act in an angry or hostile manner towards the cult member. DO NOT. Cult Comparison Chart on Islam, Christian science, Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormons and much more compared to Christianity.

This chart is a simplification of various groups and their beliefs. It is, to be realistic, an oversimplification. Cult members normally believe that not only the Bible, but other books are divinely inspired.

Most pseudo-Christian cults claim to possess a book of revealed truth which either enhances or supercedes the authority of the Bible. For example, the Latter Day Saints have the Book of Mormon, and Christian Scientists trust in Science and Health.

Cult Shock is an easy-to-follow resource of Christian apologetics that teaches you how to defend your Christian faith against the claims of Jehovah’s Witness and Mormon missionaries. Mark Stengler Jr., and Mark Stengler Sr.—a father-and-son team of Christian scholars—explain the beliefs of these groups, and demonstrate through scripture Reviews: guide us into cult evangelism at the end of the century.

Dr. Walter Martin died inafter a ministry of almost forty years in cult apologetics. Holding four earned degrees, Dr. Martin was recognised as the leading authority in America on American cults. He was the author of a dozen books, many booklets, and uncounted articles.