The Kingdom Of The Occult
  • The Kingdom Of The Occult
  • The Kingdom Of The Occult
ISBN: 1602558582
EAN13: 9781602558588
Language: Spanish
Release Date: May 7, 2012
Pages: 720
Dimensions: 1.7" H x 9" L x 6.1" W
Weight: 2.35 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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The Kingdom of the Occult delivers the timely followup to Dr. Martin's best-selling The Kingdom of the Cults

This book takes Dr. Walter Martin's comprehensive knowledge and his dynamic teaching style and forges a strong weapon against the world of the Occult-a weapon of the same scope and power as his phenomenal thirty-five year bestseller, The Kingdom of the Cults (over 875,000 sold).

Chapters include: Witchcraft and Wicca, Satanism, Pagan Religions, Tools of the Occult, Demon Possession and Exorcism, Spiritual Warfare, etc.

Features include:

  • Each chapter contains: Quick Facts; History; Case Studies; Theology; Resources

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Book Reviews (7)

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5
   ANOTHER EXCELLENT REFERENCE BOOK BY THE MASTER OF EXPOSING FALSE DOCTRINES
Dr. Walter Martin is known for his studies on cults. The book is similar to the OCcult because it is still steeped in false, demonic religions and religious behaviors, all from the enemy of your soul, Satan. The ok hand sign, which is part of the Masonic world, is one of the things that he does an excellent job of researching in this book. The Psychic world is the biggest thing going right now, and he covers Ancient Paganism, the Kabbalah, the New Age and several other topics. The daughter of Dr. Walter Martin and her husband is the author of the 2008 edition. It is about 2 feet thick and contains over 700 pages. It's worth the money.
 
5
   Excellent Book! Christian, you NEED to know this stuff.
The book is fantastic. I listen to Jan Markell's radio program on Saturdays and I also listen to the program of the daughter of Walter Martin. He is a co- host. Eric Barger is a co- host. I was interested in learning more about the different religions that people find fascinating enough to join when I listened to programs about the occult. The book explains a lot of things in a very understandable way. You will learn a lot about ancient paganism, astrology, Eastern Mysticism, Satanism and much more. I haven't read the entire book yet but I don't need to read it straight through. You can go to the chapter you' re interested in. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in learning more about the dangers of the occult, why people are drawn to it, and how to evangelize the poor souls who are being deceived by Satan.
 
5
   Excellent
Useful examples and anecdotes are included in the overview. Jesus Christ's victory over the satanic forces was emphasized.
 
5
   A Great Resource for Serious Study
This is one of the classics from Martin. His books have always been a good primer for those studying other religions and how they deal with Christianity. He deals with some of the more sinister religions such as Satanism and the Gnostic Gospels. He gives a lot of information about a given topic.
 
5
   Very Good
The book gives you a lot of information. This book is a must have for anyone who is interested in the culture of the occult.
 
5
   Walter Martin at his finest.
Excellent read! There is a must have book in the library. It's easy to find sections later when you need to go back and find a reference because of the title and layout.
 
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   This is NOT a book written by Walter Martin
I was surprised to see that the name on 50% of the book cover is not actually of the author, but of someone else. This book is a small collection of quotes from Walter Martin, with the majority of the content belonging to different authors. This seems like a blatant attempt to make money from Walter Martin's name, and I was very disappointed to see the squabbling and drama that began between Walter's children after his death, as well as the monetization of his name and messages. It's a good book to read. It's not written by who you think.
 
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