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Mormons Are Bible Christians By H. Kay Pugmire
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This book is what the original Bible Christians believed and taught. It is a layman's review of both the doctrine (teachings of Jesus Christ) and the history of Christianity.
Mormons Are Bible Christians By H. Kay Pugmire
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This book is what the original Bible Christians believed and taught. It is a layman's review of both the doctrine (teachings of Jesus Christ) and the history of Christianity.
The Book of Mormon and Basic Christian Doctrine By Paul Gassmann
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This book is a look at the Book of Mormon from a view of "is it true" or "can it be true". The author spent more than 20 years working on this and was constantly revising it.
Reflections of a Mormon By Roland Léporé
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While I was serving as a full time missionary of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, I wrote the following book reflecting on my beliefs. Reflections of a Mormon is a compilation of my... More > studies and love for the gospel of Jesus Christ. It is a firm belief of mine that Christ, though a great prophet, was the divine and only Begotten Son of the Father. Unfortunately, there are many misunderstandings coming from a lack of information and knowledge about the Church of Jesus Christ. Through this work I hope to express, with sincerity of heart, our beliefs as members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day saints. Christ is the center of our faith. Mormons are Christians I pray with sincerity of heart that these words, under the influence of the Spirit, may soften hearts and change opinions. It is my hope that through this book answers may be found. The gospel of Jesus Christ contains all the truth for those who diligently seek it.< Less
Ancient Texts And Mormonism The REAL Answer to Critics of Mormonism Showing that Mormonism is a genuine restoration of Primitive Christianity By Eugene Seaich
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Showing that Mormonism is a genuine restoration of Primitive Christianity. To demonstrate to Latter Day Saints that " Mormonism" is what it exactly what it claims to be a genuine... More > restoration of the Gospel. Mormonism is an genuine restoration of the Gospel as it was taught by disciples of the Primitive Church. This is important because through out the world Mormonism is labeled as a non-scriptural, non-Christian "cult", which departs in alarming in alarming ways from the traditional concepts of the bible. The claim that Mormonism is a "cult", and not a Christian religion, is based on the fact that Mormonism accepts none of the traditional creeds of "orthodoxy". The chief difficulty with this assessment is that so-called "orthodoxy" never existed before the fourth or fifth centuries, until the Church's original teachings had been radically altered by Greek- informed metaphysical concepts, bearing little relationship to the thought of the earliest Christians!< Less
DOORSTEP BIBLE Answering Mormons & Jehovah's Witnesses By David Reed
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How will you answer the Mormons or Jehovah's Witnesses at your doorstep? They quote Bible verses to support their counterfeit gospel. This DOORSTEP BIBLE Answering Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses... More > features footnotes explaining how Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses twist the Scriptures -- and how to answer them on each point. It includes a modern Bible translation with notes explaining the verses that Mormons and JWs love to quote out of context -- along with notes on other verses they hate to look at because the plain reading of Scripture proves their interpretations wrong. This volume will help you “contend earnestly for the faith which was once for all delivered to the saints.” (Jude 1:3 TOB) DAVID A REED served for a decade as a contributing editor of Dr. Walter Martin’s Christian Research Journal and has authored 20 books on Bible topics, including Mormons Answered Verse by Verse and Jehovah’s Witnesses Answered Verse by Verse (Baker Book House).< Less
ANCIENT TEXTS AND MORMONISM By Eugene Seaich
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Showing that Mormonism is a genuine restoration of Primitive Christianity. To demonstrate to Latter Day Saints that " Mormonism" is what it exactly what it claims to be a genuine... More > restoration of the Gospel. Mormonism is an genuine restoration of the Gospel as it was taught by disciples of the Primitive Church. This is important because through out the world Mormonism is labeled as a non-scriptural, non-Christian "cult", which departs in alarming in alarming ways from the traditional concepts of the bible. The claim that Mormonism is a "cult", and not a Christian religion, is based on the fact that Mormonism accepts none of the traditional creeds of "orthodoxy". The chief difficulty with this assessment is that so-called "orthodoxy" never existed before the fourth or fifth centuries, until the Church's original teachings had been radically altered by Greek- informed metaphysical concepts, bearing little relationship to the thought of the earliest Christians< Less
ANCIENT TEXTS AND MORMONISM By Eugene Seaich
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Showing that Mormonism is a genuine restoration of Primitive Christianity. To demonstrate to Latter Day Saints that " Mormonism" is what it exactly what it claims to be a genuine... More > restoration of the Gospel. Mormonism is an genuine restoration of the Gospel as it was taught by disciples of the Primitive Church. This is important because through out the world Mormonism is labeled as a non-scriptural, non-Christian "cult", which departs in alarming in alarming ways from the traditional concepts of the bible. The claim that Mormonism is a "cult", and not a Christian religion, is based on the fact that Mormonism accepts none of the traditional creeds of "orthodoxy". The chief difficulty with this assessment is that so-called "orthodoxy" never existed before the fourth or fifth centuries, until the Church's original teachings had been radically altered by Greek- informed metaphysical concepts, bearing little relationship to the thought of the earliest Christians!< Less
GEMS FROM THE BOOK OF MORMON By Cornelius Hyzer
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What significant Christian doctrines does the Book of Mormon teach? Gems from the past light a path to the future in Christ the Lord. For example: The Gospel plan is to save families, God judges... More > us for our use of agency but intervenes against the wicked, the atonement is infinite, the priesthood are "chosen vessels," and we must "take upon ourselves the name of Christ" at baptism. One great GEM is the witness of the Book of Mormon to the THREE DAYS and NIGHTS Jesus was in the tomb, confirmed in the Bible by the double Sabbaths (plural in Matt. 28:1). Also the prophesy found in Isaiah pertaining to Joseph Smith is clarified in the LXX. These are just a few of the GEMS found in the Book of Mormon!< Less
On Common Ground: Bridging the Mormon-Evangelical Divide By Vincent DiGirolamo
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On Common Ground introduces a new approach to help bridge what has been termed a divide between Later-day Saint and Christian beliefs. On Common Ground is intended to foster a new level of... More > understanding and acceptance among all Christian religions. On Common Ground author, Vincent DiGirolamo asserts, “All Mormons, Evangelicals, Catholics, Baptists, Lutherans, Episcopalians, Presbyterians, Methodists and many other traditional, non-traditional, orthodox religions who believe in Christ are Christians. Why? Because their fundamental belief in Christ and their practice of moral principles, values, and gospel tenets, gives them hope in the promise of salvation through Christ, a personal witness of His grace, and experience in His ways. The common ground is the beliefs, principles and values they share, not in the way that they are interpreted or practiced, nor their origins, but in the manifestation of the fruits they bear and the manner of men they become through living those principles which are true.”< Less