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Struggling? Have you discovered troubling aspects of your Mormon faith and wonder what to do?
Churches in Utah Living in Utah or just visiting? A list of some recommended places to worship.
Mormonism in the News Media articles about Mormonism with commentary from MRM’s Sharon Lindbloom.

from baptist preacherA review of From Baptist Preacher to Mormon Teacher

Claiming that he once served as a “Baptist Preacher,” Wain Myers believes that  God personally directed him to join The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Myers has written a 2015 book describing his conversion to Mormonism as a former “Baptist preacher,” a title that has caused many to assume that he was a full-time pastor. Despite receiving income for his preaching work, Myers admits that his life during this time in the 1990s was wrecked with immoral choices and a sinful lifestyle, making him anything but a positive role model for those who listened to him preach. What is Wain Myers all about? Click here to read a detailed book review and analysis by MRM’s Eric Johnson.

How important is the Trinity in Christianity?

trinityTo 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.

Would you like to go to the Holy Land in February 2017?ISR_1690

Going to the Holy Land will energize your Bible-reading life, as you will have a chance to be in the same places as those who are portrayed in the Old and New Testaments. Archaeologist Joel Kramer will make a special 3-day visit from Jordan to take us to such places as Jericho, Shiloh, Valley of Elah, and Qumran Cave 1 where the Dead Sea Scrolls were first discovered. Join MRM’s Bill McKeever, Eric Johnson, and Randy and Carol Sweet! This trip is curretnly sold out, but we are currently taking a waiting list. (No funds from MRM will be used for this trip.) Click here for details.

thomas-s-monson-largeWhat happens if the LDS prophet should become incapacitated?

A drawback to having the office of “prophet, seer, and revelator” be a lifetime position in the Mormon Church is when the leader’s poor health limits his effectiveness. For instance, Ezra Taft Benson, the thirteenth president who was born in 1899, had his duties designated to other general authorities in the early 1990s. Other leaders have also had poor health. Yet no prophet has ever stepped down, even if he was unable to perform his duties. For more, click here.

Did God command polygamous relationships in the Old Testament?polygamy

Polygamy, or plural marriage, is a sticky issue for many Mormons. Some have become deeply embarrassed when they found out how their founder, Joseph Smith, married at least 34 girls and women. In fact, a third of his marriages were to teenagers and another third were to women who were already married to living husbands. Latter-day Saint apologists have attempted to obfuscate the questionable practices of Smith and other 19th century Mormon leaders by pointing to the example of certain polygamous men in the Old Testament. Is this logically a good point? To see, click here.

The Gospel Topics Essays–Introduction and Links

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 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.

Visitor’s Guide: Coming soon to a Temple Square nearest youIMG-page-001 (1)

One of the things that the folks at MRM like to do is share the Christian gospel throughout the state of Utah. A favorite hang out is Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake City. A Temple Square Visitor’s Guide has just been designed for dual audiences: Latter-day Saints and those who have never heard of Mormonism.  To read the PDF file, click here.

To access all the podcasts, visit here. For an organized catalog, go here.

During 2015, LDS members will be studying the latest manual published by their church, Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Howard W. Hunter, twice each month. Each chapter is evaluated from a Christian worldview. Below are the most recent reviews, which will be studied this month at local LDS chapels by the membership.

Who’s Who in the Mormon GravesMaesser, Karl and Wives (1)

Over the past few years MRM’s Bill McKeever has collected photographs of a number of prominent Mormon grave sites from across the United States, including the first fifteen presidents of the church, a number of apostles, and other men and women of interest. Next spring MRM will offer a free Saturday afternoon group tour of the Salt Lake Cemetery (where many LDS general authorities are buried)…we’ll advertise the date here when we get closer, but you won’t want to miss this. For now, check out

Quiz of the month: “It’s all about Jesus”: Identifying New Testament books on Jesus

20 questions. See if you can score 90%+ and receive the honor of being called a “scriptorian.” NOTE: Except for the final two questions, answers (books of the NT) will only be used once. Hint: Keep a mental track of the correct answers and don’t use them for following questions. (Rating on this quiz: Medium to Hard.) See other quizzes here.

April Video of the Month: Joel Kramer at Gezer!

We are returning to Israel in Feb. 2016 and we want to invite you to join us for a 13-day adventure throughout the Holy Land, featuring 3 full days with archaeologist Joel Kramer. We will visit Gezer, a place where child sacrifice took place, as described in this video taken in 2015.

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