World Religions And Cults

World Religions And Cults

A Terrorist Execution: Spotlight On Islam

By the time this goes out, I am sure everyone will have heard about the awful public execution of an unarmed, plain-clothes and off-duty British soldier on the busy streets of London, earlier this month. As I switched on to watch the evening news, I …READ MORE


Introduction In approximately 4 BC, a small group of wise men (Magi) set off to follow a star that would lead them to the most famous birth the world has ever known, the King of the Jews. Such astrologers, like these, had no doubt come to know, …READ MORE


Historical introduction In 1844, an Islamic Iranian by the name of Mirza Ali Muhammad would officially launch the Baha’i religion. Later renamed ‘Bab,’ which is Persian for Gate. Bab believed himself to be a forerunner, much like John the Baptist, who would prepare the way and …READ MORE

Can The Bible And The Koran Both Be True?

Since the birth of the ecumenical movement in the 1960s, which had long been a subtle Jesuit inspired concept, in which the Vatican would subliminally control all of the world’s false religions, resulting in the infamous ‘one-world religious movement’ taking ground, which was in all …READ MORE


Historical introduction In around 2100 BC, the one true God chose a man called Abram to commence an everlasting covenant between Himself and Israel, a nation still to be born. Abram lived in Ur, which was inhabited by pagan idolaters who worshipped many gods, with …READ MORE

Quick Facts On The Cults

I recently went inside Preston’s multi-million pound Mormon temple, which is closed to non-Mormons but only available for Masonic ceremonies, for certain Mormons. I was able to witness to the man at the reception desk, who I recall wore a white suit. Although only the ‘holiest’ Mormon …READ MORE


Introduction This cult, like all cults for that matter, is seriously flawed in two areas: (1) They completely batter and mutilate the Deity of Christ to their own damnation. (2) Their group teaches some heretical assumptions and blasphemous speculations concerning the Lord Jesus and what …READ MORE


On 18 February 1954, Lafayette Ron Hubbard, a popular science fiction writer, began his notorious new religion. In 1949, Ron, as he was known among his faithful, said these prophetic words: “If a man really wanted to make a million dollars, the best way would …READ MORE

Seventh-day Adventism

William Miller History William Miller was an itinerant Baptist preacher credited with the birth of the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) movement. He believed Christ would return on 21st March 1843. He was so sure of this that his motivation drove him to start a revival, which …READ MORE

The Christian Science Church

Phineas Parkhurst Quimby Introduction The term ‘Christian Science’ initially came from a Phineas Parkhurst Quimby in the late 1850s. Phineas was a self-taught and unqualified doctor. He would only ever attend school for a period of six weeks throughout his childhood and subsequently did not achieve …READ MORE

The Death of The Moonies Messiah

In 1954, ‘Reverent’ Sun Myung Moon, an excommunicated Presbyterian, formed ‘the Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity.’ Moon was born in 1920 and came from a poor farming family with ancestral roots in Confucianism. In Kwang Yol Yoo’s book, Unification Church History From …READ MORE

The Jehovah’s Witnesses: Counterfeit Christianity!

(Aerial shot of Jehovah’s Witnesses’ vast real estate empire in New York) In 1884, Charles Taze Russell (a Knights Templar Mason) founded The Zion’s Watchtower Tract Society, now known as The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, with headquarters in Brooklyn, New York. Jehovah’s Witnesses see …READ MORE

The Kabbalah: “Received Tradition”

The Kabbalah comes from a 2nd century AD writing, The Zohar (Book of Splendour). Although Cabalism (sometimes spelt with a C) goes way back to Babylon and is also linked to witchcraft. The reader may be interested to know that from the birth of Jesus …READ MORE

The Mormons: The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints

(Utah’s Mormon Temple) Introduction On April 6, 1830, Joseph Smith, Jr., founded the Church of Christ (its original name) in Fayette, New York. Smith was born in Palmyra, New York, on December 23, 1805, and would later be murdered by the Freemasons on June 27, 1844, …READ MORE

Unity School of Christianity

The founders of this cult were a husband and wife team, Charles and Myrtle Fillmore. There is no information that he was ever a Christian, let alone even qualified to speak on Biblical matters, yet he felt compelled to write Metaphysical Bible Dictionary. The entire Bible was, …READ MORE

What Every Christian Must Know About Islam

With Ramadan now ended and Muslims celebrating Eid this month (in strict Islamic countries Muslims caught not praying five times a day can be killed by their peers) we felt it would be timely to review two books on Islam for this months newsletter. The …READ MORE