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Rose Bible Basics: Christianity, Cults & Religions Paperback – May 21, 2008
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About the Author
Christianity, Cults and Religions general editor Paul Carden is a longtime specialist in the field of cults and new religions around the world. Mr. Carden is Executive Director of the Centers for Apologetics Research (CFAR), and he has devoted nearly 30 years of his life to cult-related research and outreach in Latin America, Africa, eastern Europe, and the former Soviet Union. Paul's articles have appeared in such publications as Evangelical Missions Quarterly, East-West Church and Ministry Report, International Journal of Frontier Missions, and World Pulse. He has served on the editorial board of the Cultic Studies Review and is contributing editor of the weekly Apologia Report.
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The selection of faiths discussed seems peculiar. A now fairly obscure para-Christian wedding cult gets an entry, but Catholicism doesn't. Ba'hai is covered, but not Taoism - despite being referenced. Some of the description of Wicca is of questionable veracity, but again, the author doesn't seem to be on a crusade to demonize the pagans, so I can tolerate incompleteness or inaccuracy in a free book.
If you're a Christian and always will be, but want a short book to help you distinguish the traditions Christian Scientists from Seventh Day Adventists, and Muslims from Sikhs, this book is a worthy starting point.
16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.