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Answering Mormons' Questions Ready Responses for Inquiring Latter-Day Saints

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ISBN-10: 0825442680

ISBN-13: 9780825442681

Edition: 2012

Authors: Bill McKeever, Eric Johnson

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints currently boasts millions of members, thousands of missionaries, and congregations on every continent as well as in the vast majority of the world's countries. It's clear that their influence is still growing in our communities, places of business, and in the political arena. It's also clear that Christians need to be prepared to answer questions from Mormon friends, neighbors, co-workers, and from fellow believers as well.In this updated and expanded edition of McKeever's popular and practical book, authors Bill McKeever and Eric Johnson provide ready responses to the common questions Mormons ask. With more than six decades of combined…    
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Book details

List price: $17.99
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Kregel Publications
Publication date: 10/9/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.69" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Bill McKeever is the founder of Mormonism Research Ministry in El Cajon, California, and the author of Answering Mormons' Questions.

The LDS Church
Why won't you accept Mormons as Christians? Do you think we're a cult?
Why won't you let us define our own doctrine rather than telling us what we believe?
Doesn't the fact that Jesus Christ is in our church's name prove we are Christian?
Aren't evangelism efforts aimed at Mormons just another act of persecution?
If Mormonism is wrong, then why is it one of the fastest-growing churches? And what about the fruit of Mormonism?
Why do so many equate our church to splinter groups when we no longer practice polygamy?
If the LDS Church is not true, which church is?
Didn't the Bible predict the apostasy of the Christian faith?
Why not just promote what you believe and not judge our faith?
Why are your clergy members paid?
Where do you get your authority?
Why won't you let your daughter date a Mormon?
Didn't the prophet Jeremiah allude to the premortal existence of humankind?
If God was once a man, why can't men become gods?
How do you justify the doctrine of the Trinity?
If God is a spirit, why did Moses say he saw God face-to-face?
Why do you emphasize the cross? Why highlight Christ's suffering and death?
How can you believe in a God who would send His children to an eternal hell?
Doesn't the book of James say that "faith without works is dead"?
Isn't it arrogant to think that you already have forgiveness of sins?
Why don't you believe baptism is necessary for salvation when Acts 2:38 teaches this?
If there is no baptism for the dead, what about all those who have died without having heard the gospel?
Wouldn't you like to have your marriage and family endure for all eternity?
We'll just have to find out in the end who was right, won't we?
The Bible
Why should a rational person trust in a Bible that has been corrupted?
Why do you trust the Bible when it has so many contradictions?
Doesn't James 1:5 say we should pray for wisdom? Why won't you pray about the truth claims of Mormonism?
To whom is Jesus referring when He mentions the "other sheep" in John 10:16?
Why doesn't your church build temples?
Didn't the apostle Paul say there were three degrees of glory?
Joseph Smith and the Book of Mormon
How do you account for Joseph Smith's "First Vision"?
What about the witnesses who claimed they saw the gold plates?
If the Book of Mormon is just a novel, then why do Isaiah and Ezekiel predict its forthcoming?
What about the archaeology supporting the Book of Mormon?
Why do you have difficulty accepting Joseph Smith as a true prophet of God?
Why would Joseph Smith be willing to die as a martyr if he didn't believe God spoke to him?
Ten questions for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Ready references for witnessing to Mormons
Glossary: General LDS terms and their Mormon definitions
Scripture Index
About the Authors