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Recovering from Spiritual Abuse: Fearing the Good

A large part of the recovery process after leaving a cult is learning to discern what things are good and what things are harmful. A spiritually abusive group will often take what is good and attach to it a negative meaning or connotation that often times will color our perception of that thing once we have made our escape from the group.   52 more words

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Convert Retention

LDS Missions President Handbook, p 44; “All members should look to the temple as the great symbol of their membership. The goal in retention is to help new members prepare to enter into the sacred covenants of the temple and endure to the end.” 829 more words

Mormon Dilemmas

RUTH VS. TRUTH #3

In this RvT, we learn about Ruth Kellogg’s claims to be the actual, physical bride of Christ. She is royalty, and will reign as Queen over the Kingdom of God. 14 more words

Cults

HOW TO DISCERN A FALSE PROPHET

Jesus warned his disciples that many false Christ’s and false prophets would arise and would deceive many. We see the truth of this today with the proliferation of cults, the New Age, eastern religions, and even psychology, self-help, and some quasi-political groups. 115 more words

False Teachings

CULT MATH - IT DOESN'T ADD UP

There are over two hundred different religious denominations in the United States, with almost half a million churches. In addition, there are estimated to be between 3,000 – 5,000 religious cults in the United States, ranging in size from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormons) with over six million members, to small “cottage cults” with a hand full of members, like the followers of Ruth Kellogg of Immanuel Apostolic Assembly in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. 1,505 more words

Cults

RUTH VS. TRUTH #2

In this RvT, we glean from Ruth’s writings that the members of IAA are to look to Ruth first and Jesus second, as even Jesus bows to Ruth. 14 more words

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RUTH VS. TRUTH #1...

The first in a serious of fact sheets comparing the teachings of IAA’s “Bride of Christ” – Ruth Kellogg, with the teachings of the word of God. 34 more words

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