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A sect of the Russian Orthodox Church is awaiting the end of the world -- which it claims will take place in May, 2008.
Is Scientology above the law? English-language version of a French documentary.
A new book by David Reed, author of Jehovah's Witnesses Answered Verse by Verse and Mormons Answered Verse by Verse, addresses one of the central themes in the popular 'Left Behind' series.
Does the Bible teach that unbelievers will be 'left behind' for a seven-year-long second chance when Christ comes to take his faithful followers to heaven? That is the question this book will examine verse by verse.
Chris Oyakhilome is pastor of Christ Embassy - one of Nigeria’s largest Pentecostal congregations.
Consumer alert: The New Age marketing scheme formerly working under the name The Gentle Wind Project is now operating under the name Family Systems Research Group (FSRG).
Dr. James White shows how Christians should respond to Islamic arguments against the Christian faith.
The Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of Christianity is one of many names used by the Unification Church.
sangoma is a practitioner of herbal medicine, divination and counselling in traditional Nguni (Zulu, Xhosa, Ndebele and Swazi) societies of Southern Africa.
As a former professional astrologer, and someone who participated in a wide range of New Age and occult practices, Marcia Montenegro speaks authoritatively on these subject from personal experience.
Research resources regarding Christian Answers for the New Age, headed by Marcia Montenegro.
Five facts about Haj (or Hajj), the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca.
Phillip Pullman's novels draw heavily on gnostic ideas, and His Dark Materials trilogy (of which book one, The Golden Compass, was released as a movie) has been a subject of controversy, especially among Christians.
Phillip Pullman's children's stories in essence are propaganda for his religion, namely, a militant and slightly mystical atheism.