Information about the printed edition of Churches That Abuse, by Ronald M. Enroth
"This has been a difficult book to write because it is a book that is critical of other Christians. One always runs the risk of being misunderstood and labeled "judgmental" or arrogant when you make evaluative statements regarding Christian believers and organizations outside your own immediate circle. The book is about churches and other Christian organizations that inflict psychological and spiritual abuse upon members through the use of fear, guilt, and intimidation."
I was born into a radical polygamist cult. At eighteen, I became the fourth wife of a 50-year old man. I had eight children in 15 years. When our leader began to preach the apocalypse, I knew I had to get them out.
A novel that helps people understand more about the inner dynamics of spiritual groups, why people get involved in cults, and how they can grow and heal from the experience.
A manifesto for deepening faith and enriching popular culture in an age of Christianity-Lite.
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Have you ever wished there was a book on the occult written from a Christian viewpoint, with suggestions on how to talk about this to your kids or teens? Well, such a book now exists, SpellBound: The Paranormal Seduction of Today's Kids.
Topics covered in Spellbound: The Paranormal Seduction of Today's Kids
Cult victims and those who have suffered abusive relationships often suffer from fear, confusion, low-self esteem, and post-traumatic stress. Take Back Your Life explains the seductive draw that leads people into such situations, provides guidelines for assessing what happened, and hands-on tools for getting back on track.
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Evidence for Christianity, by Josh McDowell
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