Patterns in the Cults
What is the difference between a cult and a Christian church? How can one "spot" a cult? These questions are addressed as the audio CD and workbook explore four cultic "patterns" based on the four functions of mathematics - Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division. Documents from six cults are cited that are representative of cults in general. Great for youth as well as adults.
The Law of Eternal Progression
An introduction to LDS doctrine including a brief history and evidence showing that Mormonism teaches the following: that God was once a man and men can become Gods, Jesus and Satan are "spirit brothers," God married the virgin Mary, Jesus was married, etc.
Jehovah's Witnesses and the Dating Game
The Watchtower has a history of false prophecies concerning Armaggedon and the end of the world, including: 1914, 1918, 1925, and 1975. Most Jehovah's Witnesses are unaware of the Society's claim to be a prophet or these false predictions. Show them both with this set.
Witnessing to Jehovah's Witnesses with the New World Translation
A must for anyone who is witnessing to a Jehovah's Witness, this audio and study guide contain key photocopies from the Watchtower's version of the Bible which are used to point out errors and misrepresentations in the translation of the original Greek texts.
Changing Doctrines of the Watchtower
This training set takes the listener page-by-page through photo copies of Watchtower publications, documenting the Society's ever-changing doctrine.
Witnessing to Mormons with the Book of Mormon
The manual in this teaching set contains photocopies of select pages from the original 1830 Book of Mormon with copies of the same passages from recent editions. Combined with the audio CD, this teaching set shows some of the more than 4,000 changes and anachronisms in the book of Mormon text.
Testing the Mormon Prophets
Formerly titled How Shaky a Foundation, this updated guide teaches a step by step approach for Christians to witness to their Mormon friends and loved ones.
Witnessing to Mormons with the Book of Abraham
In 1835, Joseph Smith obtained some ancient Egyptian papyri that he claimed to be able to translate. He told his followers that part of this collection included the actual hand writing of Abraham. In 1967, these Egyptian papers were rediscovered and re-translated proving that Joseph Smith did not get one word right.