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The president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints–the official title of the largest Mormon splinter group in the world–has declared that there are certain terms that should not be used to describe his church and the 16 million people who follow this religion. He insists that words such as “LDS,” “Mormon,” and “Mormonism” should no longer be used and claims that this mandate came directly from the “Lord” himself. What are we as Evangelical Christians supposed to do? Find out here and listen to Bill McKeever’s interview on August 17th on Issues Etc. by clicking here. (Meme produced by Keith Walker of Evidence Ministries.)
The founder of Mormonism, Joseph Smith, once said that “the followers of Jesus ran away from Him; but the Latter-day Saints never ran away from me yet.” He along with other prominent LDS leaders have made a number of additional claims that border on the blasphemous. Were these claims really made? Or are Smith’s enemies making these things up. Read this article here.
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The question as to why some Mormons become atheist is being asked as many Latter-day Saints are leaving their church. But just because Mormonism isn’t true does not mean that God doesn’t exist, that Jesus didn’t come to save His people from their sins, and that there is no such a thing as ultimate truth. Click here.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced in June 2018 that the church hymnbook will be revised in the next few years. Among other things, the church claims the revision will “fill doctrinal gaps.” And church members are being asked to provide feedback for suggested changes. If this church really wants to say it is “Christian,” as it does on different LDS websites, then MRM’s Eric Johnson lists 10 hymns in the current hymnbook that ought to be eliminated. Click here.
Sharing the Good News with Mormons officially released with Harvest House Publishers in June 2018. This official website is housed by MRM and contains a number of helpful tools, including bonus chapters, helpful links, and more! We invite you to get the book and have this site as an additional resource. Click here.
This 6-minute YouTube video explains why the answer is “absolutely not”! Click here.
How high is your understanding of Mormonism, including its history and doctrines? See how well you do on this 11-question quiz! Click here.
Would you like to go with MRM to three countries full of biblical history? You will never read your New Testament the same. Those who register ($300 per person) by May 31, 2018 will get $125 off the price of the trip to Turkey and Greece/Italy. Click here for more information.
While there are no perfect churches, it’s commanded in the Bible for Christians to be in felllowship with other believers. Since 2012, MRM has recommended churches throughout the state of Utah. Our list has just been updated, offering good Bible-believing fellowship choices for wherever you live in Utah. We’ve cataloged these by county locations. If you need a church home, check it out! And if you know a good Utah church not on our list, tell us at [email protected] To see 150 church names, go here.
To that question, we believe that accepting the Trinity is a cornerstone of the biblical Christian church. Unfortunately, Mormonism’s leaders have not only denied this belief but even mocked it. So just what is the Trinity? Is the teaching even understandable? Check out our new page that offers articles, YouTube videos, blogs, and podcasts. If the Trinity is true, it needs to be defended by the Christian who has questioning friends and neighbors. Click here to see what’s available.
Two church art paintings of Joseph Smith translating the gold plates, two different issues of the Ensign magazine. Both have an agenda. Which one should you trust? Why has the church changed its mind about what it wants the membership to believer? Click here.
In an attempt to deal with several vital historical issues propagated by the LDS Church throughout the years, the Mormon Church has been producing essays since late 2013 under its “Gospel Topics” section of its lds.org website, attempting to reconcile the facts with what had been taught by earlier leaders and church manuals. To see these links to the LDS Church website along with MRM’s responses, click here.
- Monday, September 17: Affection on Unworthy Beings Part 1
- Tuesday, September 18: Affection on Unworthy Beings Part 2
- Wednesday, September 19: Affection on Unworthy Beings Part 3
- Thursday, September 20: Affection on Unworthy Beings Part 4
- Friday, September 21: Rob Bowman’s Anachronisms in the Book of Mormon
- Monday, September 10: New Gold Plate Essay Part 1
- Tuesday, September 11: New Gold Plate Essay Part 2
- Wednesday, September 12: New Gold Plate Essay Part 3
- Thursday, September 13: New Gold Plate Essay Part 4
- Friday, September 14: New Gold Plate Essay Part 5
- Monday, September 3: Interview Jason Oakes Part 1
- Tuesday, September 4: Interview Jason Oakes Part 2
- Wednesday, September 5: The Long Promised Day Part 1
- Thursday, September 6: The Long Promised Day Part 2
- Friday, September 7: The Long Promised Day Part 3