Questions to Ask Your Mormon Friend
1. If I Accept You As A Christian, Will You Accept Me As A Mormon? ^2. Which First Vision Account Should We Believe? ^3. How Do You Determine Doctrinal Truth? ^4. What If The Bible Is Translated Correctly After AU?...
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1. If I Accept You As A Christian, Will You Accept Me As A Mormon? ^2. Which First Vision Account Should We Believe? ^3. How Do You Determine Doctrinal Truth? ^4. What If The Bible Is Translated Correctly After AU? ^5. If The Bible Is Corrupt, Why Doesn't The LDS Church Use The Joseph Smith Translation Of The Bible?^6. Why Should A Person Pray About The Book Of Mormon When The Bible Says We Should Not Rely On Such A Subjective Test? ^7. Is It Wise to Place Blind Trust In Mere Mortal Men?^8. Why Does The Mormon Church Ignore Jesus' Role As Prophet Of God's Church?^9. Is The Mormon Priesthood Really Of Ancient Origin? ^10. Where In The Bible Does It Say A Person Has To Be Worthy To Enter The Temple? ^11. What Historical Support Does The Mormon Church Have To Justify Baptism For The Dead?^12. If Mormon Families Will Be Together Forever, Where Will The In-Laws Live? ^13. Do You Really Believe You Can Become A God? ^14. Have You Ever Sinned The Same Sin Twice? ^15. Are You Keeping The Whole Law? ^^187 Pages
In 1853 the Mormon Apostle Orson Pratt issued the challenge: Many Christians have stated that they would challenge Mormon acquaintances about their theology if they knew what to say. From their in-depth research of Mormonism, Bill McKeever and Eric Johnson have compiled fifteen questions that Christians can ask Latter-day Saints to help them seriously examine their faith. In a user-friendly manner, it provides simple straight forward arguments that lay- Christians can easily access. Also included is a dictionary of the Mormon language. This helps the reader better understand Mormon terminology and shows how it is different from similar words used by Christians.
Bill McKeever is the founder of Mormonism Research Ministry in El Cajon, California, and the author of Answering Mormons??? Questions. Eric Johnson also works with Mormonism Research Ministry. McKeever and Johnson are coauthors of Questions to Ask Your Mormon Friend.
Eric L. Johnson (Ph.D., Michigan State University) is a psychologist and associate professor of pastoral theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. His books include God Under Fire; Foundations for Soul Care and Psychology and Christianity: Four Views. He is also a frequent contributor to the Journal of Psychology and Theology. He is the director of the Society for Christian Psychology.