Christianity, Cults & Religions wall chart- LAMINATED
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Christianity, Cults and Religions laminated wall chart
Compare 18 world religions and cults at a glance! Discover what the following religions and cults believe about God, Jesus, salvation, and more: Christianity, Scientology, Judaism, Islam, Nation of Islam, Unity School of Christianity, Buddhism, New Age, Hinduism, Mormonism (Latter-Day Saints),Wicca, Hare Krishna, Unification Church, Jehovah's Witnesses, Christian Science, Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism, Bahá'í World Faith, and Transcendental Meditation (TM) are the religions and cults compared side-by-side with Christianity.
In side-by-side comparisons, Christianity, Cults and Religions wall chart shows:
- The key person or founder of the group
- The date and place it was founded
- The key writings such as the Bible, the Book of Mormon, the Qur'an (Koran), etc.
- Who is God
- Who is Jesus
- Who is the Holy Spirit
- What is salvation
- What happens after death
- Other facts, beliefs, and practices
The Christianity, Cults and Religions wall chart is an excellent way to teach the key beliefs and practices of biblical Christianity and how it compares to other religions and cults. The chart's concise nature makes it easy to see and understand the differences and similarities of other religions and cults.
The reverse side of Christianity, Cults and Religions wall chart contains reproducible worksheets to help students engage and learn more about the subject. Worksheet topics include:
Christianity, Cults and Religions general editor Paul Carden is a longtime specialist in the field of cults and new religions around the world. Mr. Carden is Executive Director of the Centers for Apologetics Research (CFAR), and he has devoted nearly 30 years of his life to cult-related research and outreach in Latin America, Africa, eastern Europe, and the former Soviet Union. Paul's articles have appeared in such publications as Evangelical Missions Quarterly, East-West Church and Ministry Report, International Journal of Frontier Missions, and World Pulse. He has served on the editorial board of the Cultic Studies Review and is contributing editor of the weekly Apologia Report.
- Who do you say Jesus is
- Friends of other faiths: Dos and Don'ts
- How early Christians dealt with cults
- Cult characteristics
- Biblical Christianity
19" x 26" laminated wall chart. Durable 3 mil lamination allows for the use of water-soluble markers. Reverse side of the chart provides reproducible worksheets to enhance and expand lessons.
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As a student of a variety of religions, I am dismayed and disappointed that a chart such as this exists. We are all God's people, regardless of the religion we practice. God loves us all, and his grace is available to everyone who chooses to see it.
My child is currently on a mission trip in another state, visiting a church of a different denomination and helping those in need from another faith. I hope and pray that she is learning not to judge people by their faith, but by their works. I shudder to think that such a chart would be posted there and show her, after a hard day of serving others, that perhaps her work does not mean as much if she is does not profess from the proper church label.
What church, you ask? Why does it matter? We are all children in God's eyes.
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Review by: Ron Rhodes, President of Reasoning from the Scriptures, Reasoning from the Scriptures Ministries - April 8, 2010
In over three decades of cult studies, I’ve never encountered a guide on the cults and false religions as concise as this one. In a day of information-overload, this helpful guide clearly distinguishes the truth of Christianity from the counterfeits. I recommend it highly. Ron Rhodes---President of Reasoning from the Scriptures
Review by: Ron Rhodes, President of Reasoning from the Scriptures, Reasoning from the Scriptures - April 10, 2010
Having worked with Paul Carden for years — including as long-time colleagues on the popular Bible Answer Man radio broadcast — I can say without reservation that there is no one better qualified to oversee the production of Christianity, Cults, & Religions. His research is first-rate, and his ability to sift the most important facts from a mountain of cult data will no doubt be appreciated by the many readers of this fine publication. Ron Rhodes---President of Reasoning from the Scriptures
Review by: Dr. Edmond C. Gruss, author, Professor Emeritus, The Master's College, Santa Clarita, CA - April 12, 2010
General editor Paul Carden has once again produced a very helpful pamphlet in this expanded and revised edition. People often wonder or ask how various cults and religions originated and what they believe. This provides a concise and accurate summary of their founders, their key beliefs, and how these differ from biblical Christianity, as well as other pertinent information. The material is easy to read and to understand. I recommend this valuable resource to Christian bookstores, pastors, and to Christians of every age. My teenage grandson reviewed the material and stated, “It's very important for all believers to understand how biblical Christianity differs from cults and world religions. It really opened my eyes to these other beliefs.”
Dr. Edmond C. Gruss
Author, Professor Emeritus at The Master's College
Santa Clarita, CA
Review: Apologia Report: Comparative Religion - June 24, 2010
Apologia Report Contributing Editor Paul Carden recently finished
updating the best concise religion comparison tool in print, the 7th
edition of Rose Publishing's Christianity, Cults & Religions. In
this 14-panel fold-out side-by-side comparison chart of the
Christianity's 20 principal rivals in the West, details for each
belief system considered include: founder, date, location, teachings
on God, Jesus, salvation, death, key writings, other beliefs, and
The news regarding the 7th edition centers on a fresh DVD-based
curriculum that is designed to complement this product. To learn
more, go to >.
Apologia Report: Surveying New Resources in Christian Apologetics
Volume 15: Number 23 (1,028)
June 24, 2010