This short work by Dr. Mike Licona is a must-have resource for understanding Mormons and Jehovah’s Witnesses, especially from the Christian perspective. Dr. Licona highlights some of the core theological and practical differences between Christianity and these two groups, and then he evaluates the bases for these differences with historical precision. He then offers practical advice on how to handle conversations with Mormons and Jehovah’s Witnesses if they come to your house to evangelize, which they often… Read More →Talking to Mormons and Jehovah’s Witnesses
What is the difference between Mormonism and Christianity? “The two major differences between Mormonism and Christianity are our view of God and our view of salvation.” — Brett Kunkle, Founder and President, Maven Mormons frequently claim to be just another denomination of Christianity. In this video, Brett Kunkle highlights two key differences that separate Mormonism from Christianity altogether. This video is part of a series titled “Answers to Your Questions”. These videos answer the questions… Read More →Video: What is the difference between Mormonism and Christianity?
For many Christians, the thought of conversing with our Mormon coworkers, neighbors, and friends about our different faiths is incredibly intimidating. What do Mormons believe, and how is it different from what Christians believe?
Thankfully, Stand to Reason’s Brett Kunkle isn’t intimidated. And he’s got an awesome track record of helping others learn how to similarly engage Mormons fearlessly and winsomely.
This month, Summit brings you a chance to learn from Brett’s vast experience at the crossroads of apologetics and evangelism. Tune in free at 3:30 p.m. (Mountain), Wednesday, August 24 for the Summit Forum, Mormonism: Will it Survive?
The webinar has passed — watch the replay of Mormonism: Will it Survive? here.
Have a question for Brett? Tweet us at @summitmn (use #SummitForum) or email firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll ask him on air!
Dr. Craig Hazen sits down for a conversation about apologetics, discussing the importance of a well-rounded education, the best books for beginners, tips and techniques for having apologetic conversations, and arguments to use when Mormon missionaries come to your house.
In order to be equipped to witness to our Mormon friends we need to know what we believe. It is one thing to focus our attention on what Mormons believe, it is quite another to understand clearly what the Bible teaches.
The biblical Christ stands in sharp distinction to the christ of Mormonism. Therefore we must declare that no matter how often, no matter how strongly, no matter how resolutely Mormons claim to be Christians, as long as they hold fast to the Mormon doctrine of christ, they are clearly deceived in their faith.
Although a god allegedly told Joseph Smith in his first vision that he should join none of the Christian denominations, Stephen Robinson now wants “to show that the arguments used to exclude Latter-day Saints from the ‘Christian’ world are flawed” (p. vii). Among a host of recent efforts by Mormons to gain acceptance for their church as Christian, Robinson’s book is surely the most important and sophisticated.