October 11, 2011

Don't Shy Away from the Cult Debate

Ed Stetzer, Christian Post

The news is abuzz with the question of Mormonism, cults, and Christianity.

A cult is often understood as a religious group with strange beliefs out of the cultural mainstream (which many today increasingly consider biblical Christianity). Since "cult" is difficult to define, scholars tend not to use it.

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