Category Archives: Cults & Comparative Religions

9 Warning Signs of Spiritual Abuse in Church

Spiritual abuse is no new idea. There are some very subtle ways that abuse can hide in the Church, and we want to help you spot them! Go through the list and think about what you may notice around you, at your church, workplace, or community. This doesn’t mean that you’re in a cult or Continue Reading

Free Islam & Christianity eChart: Religion & Beliefs Comparison

FREE Islam and Christianity eChart: Compare Beliefs about Muhammad, Jesus, Quran, and the Bible Send this printable PDF to those you disciple, your friends, family, pastors, church leaders, youth group leaders, and small group members FOR FREE! Recent events here in the United States and abroad have caused many to wonder: What exactly do Muslims Continue Reading

Our Cults Pamphlet Won a Platinum Award! Celebrate with a FREE eChart and Discount!

Christianity, Cults, and Religions Pamphlet Blowout Save 75% on this Award-Winning Pamphlet— Just 99¢ Today Only! Easily compare Christianity to 20 of the world’s largest religions and cults at a glance! From Muslims to Mormons, there are over 77 million people in America who do not believe in biblical Christianity, according to a recent PEW Continue Reading

The Bible Vs. Other Sacred Texts

It’s always useful to be informed of not only what you believe, but what others believe as well. Being educated on other faiths allows for open and intelligent dialogue without turning to something that looks like bigotry or ignorance. Doesn’t it make it so much easier to share your faith when you know where others Continue Reading

14 Essential Doctrines Comparison – LDS/Mormonism, Scientology, and More! [FREE eChart]

  FREE “14 Essential Doctrines Comparison” eChart + Glossary   Send this printable PDF to those you disciple, your friends, family, pastors, church leaders, youth group leaders, and small group members FOR FREE! Understanding the 14 essential beliefs of Christianity is key to growing and maturing your walk with God. Another benefit of knowing these Continue Reading

10 Bible & Religion Facts You Might Not Know!

We know how much you guys like trivia! Take a break from shopping and eating leftover turkey sandwiches and dig into these fun facts! (It’s best to brush up now–there are rumors of an upcoming trivia contest with a great giveaway!) 10 Bible & Religion Facts You Might Not Know! 1. The Bible went through Continue Reading

Shocking Fact About These Popular Cults

Have you ever taken a close look at religious history on a time line and noticed some interesting, well, “coincidences?” Here’s a shocking realization you might come across from taking a look at our newest pamphlet Basic Church History Time Line… In the time span of 1830 to 1859, these events happened: 1830 – Joseph Continue Reading

THE OCCULT: 25 Things Every Christian Should Know [Free eChart]

Free eChart on The Occult: Features a Glossary of 25 Key Occultic Terms Send this printable eChart to those you disciple, your friends, family, pastors, church leaders, youth group leaders, and small group members FOR FREE! It’s Halloween, making now the perfect to get a handle of what the Bible says about divination, magic, and Continue Reading

[Free eChart] “History of Halloween” + Bible Study Questions!

Free “History of Halloween” eChart Includes Practical Ideas and a Discussion Guide Addressing the Question: Should Believers Celebrate Halloween?   Send this printable PDF to those you disciple, your friends, family, pastors, church leaders, youth group leaders, and small group members FOR FREE! Should Christians celebrate Halloween? There are many strong opinions, views, and even Continue Reading

Why You Should Be Suspicious of Seventh-Day Adventist Doctrine

I sat next to a millennial on a plane last month and as our small talk continued in the direction of religion and our shared Christian faith, the question of denomination came up: “I was raised Seventh-Day Adventist…” he answered sheepishly. “Have you heard of us?” He was a young gentleman, well-educated, and clearly was Continue Reading

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