Cults Investigated

For by grace you have been saved through faith, and this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God—  not the result of works, so that no one may boast (Eph 2:8-9; NKJV)

Cults Investigated


Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves.



There are many definitions of cults, but a working definition for this ministry is that ‘a cult is any group claiming to be Christian that teaches outside of the Historic, Biblical, Orthodox Faith. Such groups, among many others, would be Jehovah’s Witnesses, Mormons and Christadelphians.

There are other ‘Christian’ groups who may have an orthodox statement of faith, but their practice departs from, or is detrimental to, fundamental Christian belief. Among such groups would be The International Church of Christ and The Seventh Day Adventists.

Then there are those groups who may, or may not, claim links with Christianity but their beliefs and practices can greatly damage individuals and their families. Groups such as The Unification Church, Scientology and The Family International fall into this category.

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We are a Christian Ministry with the following three aims:

To Educate

To educate Christians about the beliefs and practices of New Religious Movements.

To Equip

To equip Christians with the necessary apologetic tools, to defend their faith against New Religious Movements.

To Encourage

To encourage Christians to share the truth in love with members of New Religious Movements.

Recent Posts

Debate with Ex-JW

In the first of two programmes Justin Brierley talks to Jehovah’s Witness Robert King (aka e-watchman) and former JW Tony Brown. Robert is disfellowshipped but still holds to Jehovah’s Witness doctrine. He does not speak in any official capacity for the Watchtower Society. Tony Brown is now a Christian pastor with a ministry to Jehovah’s Witnesses, he describes how he joined and left the organisation. They discuss the failed end-time prophecies of the organisation, their controversial blood doctrines and the belief in the 144,000 in heaven.  (PART ONE)

In the second programme examining the beliefs of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Robert King and Tony Brown discuss whether Christ claims to be God. Robert is a disfellowshipped JW but still holds to Watchtower doctrine. Tony is a former JW, now a Christian pastor. They talk about whether JWs rely upon a works-based salvation, return to the 144,000 and discuss whether Jesus is the Archangel Michael and not the son of God, as Robert claims.   (PART TWO)