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Cult Exit: Problems, Detention, and How-Tos by Pastor David Cox. In this article, I explain how to identify a cult through the difficulty in leaving it.
Excerpt: One of the clearest elements identifying a cult is simply what happens when somebody wants "out." A biblical church will see a person leaving because the group doesn't meet their needs, doesn't serve them, or doesn't meet their biblical expectations as a tragedy and failure on the GROUP'S PART. Their attitude is first sadness in losing the person, but they want to correct what they have done wrong. (Note: This attitude will never appear without first accepting that they, the church, have somehow failed. Cults will rarely admit this of themselves, or never will they admit it. It takes a spiritually mature person to admit this.)
A biblical church will simply ask questions like Where? How? Why? Where did we go wrong? How can we keep this from happening again? Why did we lose this person? A biblical church is more concerned about their own error in dealing with this member that retention.
Read the Article: Cult Exit: Problems, Detention, and How-Tos.
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Sections: What is biblical preaching? | Wholesome Doctrine | Good Doctrine produces Piety | Bad doctrine and preaching | Strong Reproof | Preaching to Entertain | Beneficial Preaching
Excerpt: We cannot identify “good preaching” if we do not understand the purpose and vocation of the preacher... The very words of God are to be explained such that the will of God is understood by repeating these words, explaining them, and insisting on them as our obligation. The lack of use of explicit (read aloud, exposit, and illustrate) Scripture makes for bad preaching... It is understood that the majority of people hearing a sermon do not want to be rebuked, but this is exactly what “good preaching” does.
ch39 What should we preach? Sermon Topics This tract outlines what is the difference between "good preaching" and "bad preaching" from scriptural texts so that we have the authority of God on it.