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Christian Research Institute — Research Resources

The Christian Research Institute (CRI) is a Christian apologetics ministry founded by the late Walter Martin.

After Martin died, CRI was taken over by Hank Hanegraaff. The ministry has been plagued by controversies ever since. Most recently the organization came out in defense of The Local Church, which -- while theologically a cult of Christianity -- was given a clean bill of healht by the Christian Research Institute.

While Apologetics Index points to -- and quotes from -- a variety of research resources published by CRI (usually those produced in the past), we can not at present recommend or support the ministry of CRI.



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This post was last updated: Feb. 14, 2012