Since God does not change, obviously any later revelations or books must agree with the Bible and can be judged by it. 

But apparently there are differences in what groups like Jehovah's Witnesses or Mormons teach or else there would be no definition for "Cult of Christianity" like the one we just read.  So who is right?

Did the work of Christ truly only produce the small number of followers in your group?  Or did He indeed change the face of the planet and effect billions?!  I know that "narrow is the way and few are they that find it", but are you so sure that your group is the only one that found it?

The Bible says that the test of spiritual truth would center around who people profess Christ to be. The most important difference or divergence from mainstream Christianity and the "cults" centers around this point.  Your eternity depends on your discernment of this critical truth. 

As a fast way for you to get started investigating the central teachings that the previous definition is referring to, rather than looking at them academically, why not consider them personally? 

If possible, for a moment, try to set aside the other sources outside the Bible and consider what it says as though it were the sole source of truth...

Choose your response:

With that mindset, if you are sure you are forgiven, please go to the next page and tell me what you are trusting for your eternal destiny....

If apart from what you've learned in your group, you are left unsure of your eternity, drop back a few screens and consider this question again...

I want "to study to show myself approved unto God", I'd like to do some more research on it before I continue the dialog.