Larson's new book of cults
Encyclopedic in form, popular in style, "Larson's New Book of Cults" analyzes dozens of cults and movements from historical, sociological, and biblical perspectives. It will tell you what you want to know about the cults' origins, their appeal, and their strategies. Most important, it details how each cult deviates from Christian truth.
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A Christian Perspective
Dismantling the Myth
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