What You Always Wanted to Know About Mormonism: Historical, Theological, Evangelistic Survey
Cultured, refinded, socially acceptable, educationally skilled, evangelistically engaged, theologically unique, culturally conservative, and religiously committed -- these are descriptive of the Mormon faith.
Millions participate in the regiments of the Mormon Church daily. Thousands of Mormon missionaries share the story of the restored Gospel globally. The Book of Mormon is distributed in the languages of the people to the nations of the world.
The looming question for the evangelical Christian community is: Where does the Mormon religion fit? Is Mormonism another denomination within Christendom or is there another dynamic involved?
It is true that the same vocabulary is used by evangelical Christians and Mormons. Both groups speak of God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, the Gospel, sin, grace, atonement, salvation, heaven, hell, the Second Coming of Christ, and the Kingdom of God. A problem seems to arise, however, when these two groups begin to define and describe what is meant by these terms. It is then noted that the same God is not being discussed; nor the same Jesus.
This book historically and theologically explores these differences. Here is an investigation and explanation of the essential truths of the Mormon faith as submitted through the biblical grid. In addition, suggestions are offered for successfully sharing the biblical Jesus with our Mormon friends.
Table of Contents
Mormonism: An Introduction
Mormonism: Historical Beginnings
The Book of Mormon
The Founding and Development of the Church
The Doctrine of Scripture
The Doctrine of God
The Doctrine of Christ
The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit
The Doctrine of Angels
The Doctrine of Satan and Demons
The Doctrine of Man
The Doctrine of Sin
The Doctrine of Salvation
The Doctrine of the Church
The Doctrine of Last Things
Sharing Historic Christianity with Mormons
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