Robert L. and Rosemary Brown; Barbara Beckstead Ellsworth (Editor), Gail A. Gibson (Art Direction). Mesa, Arizona: Brownsworth Publishing Company, Inc., Second printing, revised edition, 1993, 7x10 softbound, 320 pages.
One of the more well known professional anti-Mormons who had used his radio broadcasts to spread misleading information was the late "Dr." Walter R. Martin. His claims and credentials are examined to determine if his professed credentials are valid as claimed or if he is just another imposter. Walter Martin claimed a Doctorate degree, current ordination as a minister, and various other claims. As you read the numerous documents which trace his adult life - - you will see that Walter Martin follows the typical format for professional anti-Mormons - - they claim impressive credentials to gain the confidence of the public and take that opportunity to teach false and misleading information about the LDS Church. Martin and other professional anti-Mormons devote their entire lives to spreading false information.
Review: "Expose of the character of "Dr." Walter Martin, professional cult "expert." This is a commentary on the character of Walter Martin, the famous Bible Answer Man and author of "The Kingdom of the Cults" and "The Maze of Mormonism." While this book is not written in response to Martin's works, it is a report on his qualifications, or lack there of. It documents his diploma mill PhD and his lack of credentials as a Baptist Minister. His lifes work must be considered in the light of his character and integrity. Though Walter Martin is no longer with us, his work and those who reference it in their assaults on Mormonism are." --Deseret Book customer in Utah, June 12,2001
|08/08/2010 Michael A.||The Browns do an amazing job demonstrating that the late Walter Martin fudged his claims and credentials in the hopes that this would bolster his arguments against the LDS Church. Definately worth purchasing.|
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