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Eryl Davies is an elder at Heath Evangelical Church, Cardiff and is a consulting editor of the Evangelical Magazine.

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June 1998
Articles > Cults and other religions

Concerning Cults

A nameless group Who are they? That was the question put to me about five years ago by an anxious Christian. His concern? Well, in his rural area of England a tent-mission had just been held. His concern initially was that the organizers were unwilling to identify themselves. They appeared secretive. Clearly they did…

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May 1998
Articles > Cults and other religions

Concerning cults – The International Church of Christ (2)

The scene? A crowded London underground train. The time? About 8.00 am on a weekday and only four years ago. Unexpectedly, a conversation was initiated by a pleasant, friendly, young woman. Sitting next to her, and now engaged in the conversation, was Lucy, a young biochemist on the way to her research laboratory. Within…

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April 1998
Articles > Cults and other religions

Concerning cults – The International Church of Christ (ICC)

The story is a familiar one. And often it can be a distressing and even tragic story. In order to illustrate the point, here are two real situations which occurred recently and are known to the writer. A young lady from Wales recently studied in a Midlands college for three years and enjoyed her…

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Concerning Cults

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January 1970
Cults and other religions

Concerning Cults

Two-by-Twos: the Nameless CultEryl DaviesIf you want to understand the 'Two-by-Two' or nameless group, you need to be aware of the following four things. First, several divisions have taken place during their one hundred years history, which we reviewed in the previous article. One splinter-group can be identified as the 'Cooneyites' who followed Edward…

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