The Marks of a Cult: A Biblical Analysis Trailer

The Marks of a Cult: A Biblical Analysis Trailer (2006)

21 March 2006

What makes one church group a denomination, and another a dangerous cult? Host and Christian apologetic Eric Holmberg offers this film to help viewers use biblical criteria and traditional Christian doctrine to evaluate a variety of religious sects. Holmberg emphasizes the need for all Christians to be ready to articulate their faith, as well as to reach out with compassion to those caught in a cult's destructive grasp.

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