Fast Facts on False Teachings MOBI Ú on False PDF

Fast Facts on False Teachings MOBI Ú on False PDF

Fast Facts on False Teachings ✴ [BOOKS] ⚡ Fast Facts on False Teachings By Ron Carlson ✾ – World renown cult experts Ron Carlson and Ed Decker combine their extensive knowledge to give readers uick clear facts on the major cults and false teachings of today Short informative chapters contra on False PDF ✓ World renown cult experts Ron Carlson and Ed Decker combine their extensive knowledge to give readers uick clear facts on the major cults and false teachings of today Short informative chapters contrast the cults' Fast Facts Epub / theologies with the truth found in God's Word Readers will discover the key facts on AtheismBuddhismEvolutionHinduismIslamSatanismAnd Fast FactsR on False Teachings is an easy to use resource that provides powerful insights for sharing the biblical Facts on False Epub ß gospel with people ensnared by false religions and philosophies.

  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Fast Facts on False Teachings
  • Ron Carlson
  • English
  • 17 July 2016
  • 9780736912143

10 thoughts on “Fast Facts on False Teachings

  1. Lisa Lisa says:

    As a Christian this book made me pretty upset I guess I should have guessed it from the title Apologetics are a very important part of any Christian's studies but this is the wrong way of going about it True apologetics should be about learning what something teaches how it differs from what the Bible teaches and how to minister to people who follow those teachings This book takes an approach along the lines of they believe this and here are all of the reasons why it's actually the same as Satan worship and they're going to hell It also takes a very archaic view on certain topics like rock music and discusses in length a lot of things that just aren't relevant any I would never recommend this book to someone an immature Christian could turn down the path of hating others who don't believe what they do and a mature Christian will recognize it as useless

  2. Ryan Ryan says:

    My notes and uotes Sometimes God is like the blacksmith who takes a rusty bent up twisted piece of metal out of the junkyard He lays it on the hot coals and begins to heat it up Then he takes it off the fire lays it on the anvil and beats it into a truly useful implement After that he thrusts it into cold water When he takes it out of the water it is no longer a rusty bent up twisted piece of metal but a strong tempered horseshoe usable for an important purpose If you are seeking to grow as a Christian life is not all health wealth and prosperity Sometimes God wants to conform you to His image And sometimes that means putting you in the fire laying you on the anvil and putting you into the cold water You may not understand why but when you don't understand trust in the Lord with all your heart Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him and he will make your paths straight Proverbs 3 56 Consider it pure joy my brothers when ever you face trials of many kinds because you know that the testing of your faith develops perseverance Perseverance must finish its work so that you may be mature and complete not lacking anything James 12 4 p 208

  3. Crystal Crystal says:

    A Sunday school teacher introduced me to this book when I was in my teens I was so captivated by it at the time that I rushed out to get my own copy Over twenty years later I still refer to this book The authors are knowledgeable about the subject matter because they themselves were deceived by some of these teachings prior to coming to salvation in Christ While there are a few theories the authors hold in regard to UFOs etc they readily acknowledge that these are theories and I say to critics of this book that their unconventional theories on a couple of issues does not invalidate the other truths laid out in this book The book gives an overview of various false teachings and contrasts those beliefs alongside solid biblical counsel and scripture I had several Mormon friends growing up and the information in this book helped me to witness to them especially since there are cryptic “secrets” of their faith and history Mormons don’t readily reveal in casual conversation While I enjoyed learning about the roots and fruits of various belief systemsreligions in this book the chapters on Mormonism and Jehovah’s Witnesses are ones I’ve revisited most in trying to share the love of Christ to those zealous Mormon and Jehovah’s Witnesses who have often knocked on our door It’s a shame that the average Christian doesn’t invest in witnessing door to door like these folks do I fail miserably at this in my Christian walk I did a much better job of sharing my faith when I was younger I guess I’ve just gotten caught up in the day to day responsibilities of life in recent years Writing this review is already convicting me to gravely reconsider the Great Commission The chapter on Hinduism proved helpful as I spoke to a man caught up in the Hare Krishna movement when I was on a class trip with a drama group in England as a teen As I exited from a tour in Bath a gentleman approached me with his literature I took it and turned to walk away to do additional sight seeing but something within me constrained me to go back and speak to him Eddie was surprisingly willing to talk about my faith rather than just push his on me He had never heard the plan of salvation and was genuinely surprised by the simplicity of coming to Christ He asked me several uestions and while he never came to a profession of faith as we talked the seed was definitely planted When I think of him I pray for him How wonderful it would be to meet him in Heaven one day We’ve had some family members who weren’t firmly grounded in their faith and were almost led astray by dedicated Jehovah’s Witnesses JWs Fortunately prayer and this book helped them see the JWs have proven themselves false prophets as explained in Deuteronomy 1820 22 JWs won’t read anything that refutes their teachings they view it as apostate literature I once heard a radio broadcast by Dr David Jeremiah in which he suggested Christians point JWs to their own literature to reveal their false prophecies Helping them see the errors within the organization by their own leaders is the only way many will investigate their faith and where they have placed it Sadly their faith lies in an organization founded by fallible men rather than placing their trust in an infallible Savior whom they don’t recognize as part of the Triune God While they alter their scriptures in attempt to “cover up” errors by their prophets older Watchtower publications clearly indicate the false predictions that have obviously never come to pass It breaks my heart to know such kind hearted well meaning moral devoted people will admittedly tell you they have no hope of Heaven I pray for the Lord to help these folks come to the realization that Heaven is real and that Christ is the only way to get there “Neither is there salvation in any other for there is none other name under Heaven given among men whereby we must be saved” Acts 412 The authors of this book partnered with Jeremiah Films to create several interesting documentaries about many of the groups mentioned in this book While the music clothing lighting etc is very dated I enjoyed watching these documentaries The Godmakers The Godmakers II and The Witness at Your Door all have very relevant content when trying to reach out to others who may know of Christ but don’t know Him personally

  4. Crystal Crystal says:

    Uses Biblical truths to admonish believers and to expose the dangerous to silly fallacies of cults and religionsA very important informative and valuable read

  5. Kelly Kelly says:

    Informative I especially appreciated the chapters on Mormonism Jehovah's Witnesses Buddhism Hinduism and Freemasonry

  6. Beau Lindsey Beau Lindsey says:

    I miss this amazing man of God

  7. Jamie Jamie says:

    This book was extremely pushy judgemental old fashioned views and filled with inaccuracies

  8. Mary Marsell Mary Marsell says:

    A reread and very helpful manual in identifying major world beliefs and core doctrines I'd say it's often been a good go to for uick generalities regarding 16 of the main religions found throughout the world Nonetheless as one would expect of a Fast Facts book on multifaceted and complicated beliefs glossing over important details often semantics of world faiths allows for misunderstandings that are not helpful in striving to understand others in the world around usI have found particular problems with throwing in Trinity based Roman Catholicism with other sects that are far from having a common Christian Creed I think Ron Carlson is off based here regardless of his or other Trinity based differences in dogma and doctrine from the Catholic Church My own desire to see greater ecumenicism prevents me from appreciating this kind of writing and seeing the type of criticism aimed at a fellow brothers and sisters in the Christian faith I also have to wonder how biased this writing might be toward other faiths as well

  9. Rod Rod says:

    A very enjoyable book I thought the personal stories by Ron Ed were the best parts There sure is alot of religions out there Its nice to have an idea as to what they are all up to This book is incredibly biased and written by Christian authors But what religious book isn't? If you have a book that makes everyone mad then you know you're doing something right And this book just insulted the most cheerished beliefs ofMormons Jehovah Witnesses New Agers Satanists Atheists buddhists Freemasons Muslims Roman Catholics Prosperity Theologians and good old Moonies and other assorted cults I applaud you Ron Ed Lets hang out sometime

  10. Nikki Nikki says:

    We watched a show by these guys during a meeting one day the go into teaching you on false religions some really good stuff on Islam Buddhism ect liked it a lotthe book just goes in dept i was ok with everything till you get to the fact that there is a chapter called Prosperity Theology you have to be kidding methat's not a false religion makes you mad because they know a lot about other stuff so an person just learning about things might believe them on this even though it's stupid to think God would not want you to be prosperous lame

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