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The word cult conjures up images of shaved heads, funny robes, and glassy-eyed chanting. But what do you do when the guy at the door doesn’t look like a cultist and is holding a Bible? How can you tell true Christianity from teachings that only claim to be Christian? What’s with the Dudes at the Door? cuts to the heart of the issue by giving teens practical, easy-to-understand tips on how to spot cultic practices and doctrine, no matter how attractive and Christian the package. Renowned cult expert and writer James White has teamed up with bestselling youth author Kevin Johnson to create this revealing, teen-friendly look at Mormonism, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and other major cults that target teens.
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Kevin Johnson is the bestselling author of 18 books for youth, including Can I Be a Christian Without Being Weird? and Catch the Wave. His training includes an MDiv from Fuller Theological Seminary and a BA in English and Print Journalism from the University of Wisconsin–River Falls. He is a full-time author and speaker, he served as senior editor at Bethany House Publishers, and he pastored a group of more than 400 sixth through ninth graders at Elmbrook Church in metro Milwaukee.
James R. White is the director of Alpha and Omega Ministries, an evangelical Reformed Christian apologetics organization based in Phoenix, Arizona. He is the author of more than 20 books and has engaged in numerous moderated debates. White serves as an elder of the Phoenix Reformed Baptist Church.