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Quote of the Week
(Referring to why the Gospel Topic essays were written): "Most who study our history well understand the context of these matters, as far as time and place. But some members of the church, many really, are surprised by some of the things they learn in our history, and we want them to be able to go to a place where they can read accurate information and be able to seek to understand those historical chapters in the context of time and place."
--Seventy Steven E. Snow, LDS.org
For previous quotes, go here.
Questions about Mormonism you'd like answered in a small group setting? Struggling with your Mormonism and looking for answers? Come join us. Read more »
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Wanting to give financially toward disaster relief? MRM suggests Samaritan's Purse.
“The new revised and expanded version of Mormonism 101 by Bill McKeever and Eric Johnson will be a great help to Christians who are witnessing to Mormons. It is well documented and clearly shows the difference between Mormonism and Christianity in a factual way without belittling or demeaning Mormon people. It discusses issues that are important to both Mormons and Christians and clarifies Christian doctrines that have been distorted by Mormonism. Mormons who read this book will better understand why biblical Christians don’t accept Mormonism as part of orthodox Christianity. I strongly recommend Mormonism 101 to both Christians and Mormons who really want understand each other.”
—Marvin W. Cowan, missionary, Missions Door
For more on this book coming in April 2015 by Baker Books, click here.
Not Familiar with MRM?
In a 15-minute interview with a Salt Lake City radio station, Bill McKeever, Mormonism Research Ministry's founder and director, outlines the goals and purpose of MRM. He also offers some suggestions when speaking with your LDS friends and acquaintances. To listen to the broadcast click here.
Struggling with your Mormonism?
Few things in life are harder to handle than religious betrayal. Read More »