Bahai Apologetics

Despite the fact that many of these teachers contradicted each other, the Baha'i religion teaches that Krishna, Zoroaster, Moses, Buddha, Confucius, Jesus, Muhammad, and the Bab (the Persian founder of a nineteenth-century religious movement which laid the foundation for Baha'ism) were all prophets or manifestations of God for their time.


"The Religion of Baha'i" by Lou Whitworth

"Baha'i-Christian Dialogue: Some Key Issues Considered" by Francis J. Beckwith

"The Baha'i Faith" by Robert Pardon


"Are We All Just Worshipping the Same God?" by Charlie Campbell




KINGDOM OF THE CULTS: The Definitive Work on the Subject (Book) by Walter Martin and now updated by Ravi Zacharias

Since the first edition was published in 1965, Walter Martin's The Kingdom of the Cults has been the leading reference work on the major contemporary cult systems. With an emphasis on the currently active, proselytizing cults, The Kingdom of the Cults continues to be a crucial tool in countercult ministry and evangelism. While remaining true to Walter Martin's original tone and text, this updated edition, edited by Ravi Zacharias, includes substantial new information. Relevant and accurate materials have been reintroduced from the original editions, preserving Dr. Martin's unique voice and defense of the faith. Scholarly yet readable and engaging, The Kingdom of the Cults evaluates each cult's history and beliefs, contrasting individual teachings with true biblical theology. Readers will find apologetics help in dealing with cults not only at home but also overseas. Some of the chapters and topics include:

  • Jehovah's Witnesses
  • Christian Science
  • Mormonism
  • Buddhism
  • Baha'i
  • Unitarian Universalism
  • Scientology
  • The Unification Church
  • Easter Religions (e.g., Hinduism, Hare Krishna)
  • The New Age
  • Islam
  • and more!

This is an invaluable reference work for both scholars and laypeople. It is the winner of the Gold Book Award (500,000 copies sold) and the winner of the Gold Medallion Award (ECPA), which recognizes excellence in evangelical Christian literature. Hardcover, 704 pages. Click here to purchase.





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