Tag Archive: Master Books

Oct 20

Book Review – World Religions and Cults: Moralistic, Mythical and Mysticism Religions

It is readily accepted that Walter Martin’s classic Kingdom of the Cults is the standard work on the plethora of cult religions across the globe. While I certainly recommend Martin’s contribution to this topic, the recent multi-volume release from Master Books on World Religions and Cults is another valuable tool for understanding how to not …

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Jan 20

Book Review – Ready to Return: Bringing Back the Church’s Lost Generation

When it comes to the next generation of believers, the body of Christ has a serious problem. Many young people, especially those going off to college, do not return back to the fold meaning something leads them to stray from the faith. The statistics are startling and should be cause for alarm. In his books …

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Nov 25

Book Review – Dinosaurs: Marvels of God’s Design

Everybody seems to love dinosaurs. The recent success of the movie Jurassic World seems proof enough of that fact. Unfortunately, the typical approach when it comes to dinosaurs is the presentation of the evolutionary dogma that dinosaurs existed long before man and we part of the “from goo to you by way of the zoo” …

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