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by John Hunt

Author: John Hunt
Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
Language: English
Publisher: AMG Publishers (August 15, 2008)
Pages: 800 pages
Category: Christian Books
Rating: 4.7
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AMG's Handi-Reference:World Religions and Cults leaves no stone . I thought this book was very insightful when it comes to explaining world religions and cults.

AMG's Handi-Reference:World Religions and Cults leaves no stone unturned in its examination of false teaching. The approach is from an evangelical Christian perspective, aiming to help bot understanding and discernment in approaching the variety of beliefs widespread in the world today. Section 2 covers the traditional major Christian cults: Christian Science, Jehovah's Witnesses, and Mormonism.

AMG's HANDI-REFERENCE WORLD RELIGIOUS AND CULTS is a comprehensive introduction to and analysis of all the variety of beliefs present in the world today. it analysis the Christian faith, cults, non-Christian world religions, contemporary movements, and atheistic beliefs and then highlights their dangers and compares them with the truth of Scripture. The greatest need in the world today is for the truth of the Christian gospel to be spread.

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AMG' s Handi- Reference World Religions& Cults - - AMG's HANDI-REFERENCE WORLD RELIGIOUS AND CULTS is a comprehensive introduction to and analysis of all the variety of beliefs present in the world today.

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Only 11 left in stock (more on the way). I've used the Strong's Handi-Reference Concordance many times in the past few weeks, and though it is not exhaustive, it is infinitely more useful than the simple concordance in the back of most Bibles (786 pages of small-font text).

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AMG's handi-reference world religions and cults. Chattanooga, TN: AMG Publishers. Qualitative responses to relationship between religion and sustainability: From religious respondents.

AMG's handi-reference world religions and cults. James, W. (1902/2004). The varieties of religious experience. It's important in being good stewards of creation, but not to the point of worshipping the earth or forgetting that God made the world for people to use and enjoy (not waste though). It is important that we respect and honor the blessings and gifts that God has given us and we do that by treating them well.

Strong's Handi-Reference Concordance. This book is a concordance using the Strong's numbering system. Only the non-recurring words are excluded providing a compact, handy product

Strong's Handi-Reference Concordance. James Strong; Dr Warren Baker. Only the non-recurring words are excluded providing a compact, handy product. One of the key essentials of this book is the value price that is included. AMG Handi-Reference Series.

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TheEncyclopedia of World Religions, Cults and the Occultis designed to be of maximum assistance to those who may know little about the religions and sects that span the globe

TheEncyclopedia of World Religions, Cults and the Occultis designed to be of maximum assistance to those who may know little about the religions and sects that span the globe. It also serves as a comprehensive resource for those who wish to glean more detail about a particular religion or cult group. Each topic is clearly outlined and easy to find. Handy lists, tables, and comparison charts, such as the Time Line of World Religions, Cults, and Their Founders, and the extensive Glossary make browsing simple for those seeking basic and general information.

The Challenge of the Cults and New Religions: The Essential Guide to Their History, Their Doctrine, and Our Response is a Christian countercult non-fiction book about cults and new religious movements by Ron Rhodes. The book was published by Zondervan on September 1, 2001. The book defines cults and new religions by examining case studies of twelve groups chosen by Rhodes. The book includes a foreword by Lee Strobel, author of the book The Case for Christ.

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is a comprehensive introduction to and analysis of all the variety of beliefs present in the world today. it analysis the Christian faith, cults, non-Christian world religions, contemporary movements, and atheistic beliefs and then highlights their dangers and compares them with the truth of Scripture.

The greatest need in the world today is for the truth of the Christian gospel to be spread. However, a necessary part of that activity is to identify and expose false religion in al its forms. AMG's Handi-Reference:World Religions and Cults leaves no stone unturned in its examination of false teaching. The approach is from an evangelical Christian perspective, aiming to help bot understanding and discernment in approaching the variety of beliefs widespread in the world today.

Section 1 covers twelve classical religions: Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Taoism, Judaism, Jainism, Confucianism, Bahai, Shinto and Zoroastrianism. Extensive quotations from each group's scriptures are quoted. Handy list and tables are provider along with background articles, analysis of beliefs, and comparison with Christian beliefs.

Section 2 covers the traditional major Christian cults: Christian Science, Jehovah's Witnesses, and Mormonism. Also covered are religious practices from the New Age Movement, Hare Krishna, and Scientology to Transcendental Meditation.