EMNR - Evangelical Ministries to New Religions - organizes an annual conference at which Christian apologists, cult experts and countercult ministers speak on a wide variety of topics.
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Watchman Fellowship presents its "The Da Vinci Code Revealed" DVD.
A sect of the Brethren and Pietist Churches
The Brethren and Pietist Churches should be distinguished from the loose grouping of churches unofficially referred to as the Plymouth Brethren or Christian Brethren.
Around 1871, the Brethren produced a card with the following text: Be it known to all men, That there are a people who, as little children (Luke 18: 17), accept the Word of the New Testament as a message from heaven (Heb. 1: 1, 2), and teach it in full (2 Tim. 4: 1, 2, Matthew 28: 20). They baptize believers by trine immersion (Matt. 28: 19), with a forward action (Romans 6: 5), and for the remission of sins …
What are Christians to make of the Gospel of Judas?
'Gospel of Judas' is heresy & unreliable history, professors say
Research resources on the Gospel of Judas
The Cosmic Ordering Service - make a wish and the Cosmos will fulfill it, according to this New Age belief system
Research resources on The Cosmic Ordering Service by Barbel Mohr
Fred Phelps and his family - members of Westboro Baptist Church, a hate group
Joel Osteen's popularity can largely be explained by the fact that he sounds and acts more like a motivational teacher or a success coach than as a Christian preacher.
Pastor Joel is one of a new generation of evangelical entrepreneurs transforming their branch of Protestantism into one of the fastest-growing and most influential religious groups in America. Their runaway success is modeled unabashedly on business.
Joel Osteen skirts the darker themes of sin, suffering and self-denial, leading some critics to deride the Osteen message as "Christianity lite."