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Mormonism 101 For Teens: The Religion of the Latter-day Saints Simplified (Johnson)

$9.95 $7.95

Mormonism 101 for Teens is a new book created to simply the religion of the Latter-day Saints. Written by MRM’s Eric Johnson, the book deals with such issues as:

  • Why is Mormonism doctrinally different from biblical Christianity?
  • Is it a good idea for Christian teens to date Mormons?
  • What do my Mormon friends learn in seminary classes?
  • What are some practical ways I can share my Christian faith?

The book includes appendices dealing with topics such as “7 friends your Mormon friend may ask” and “Why do so many former Mormons turn to atheism?”

Excellent for teens and parents as well as those who might like a simpler explanation of Mormonism from a biblical perspective.

108 pages, paperback

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Comments about Mormonism 101 for Teens:

I really enjoyed this book. It was very informational and concise. I learned a whole lot about Mormonism! Your book really helped me when I had a conversation with some of my friends at school. It helped me a lot and all I can say is wow. This is a really great book for teens.”     — Sabrina, 13, Utah

“I learned a lot about the Mormon doctrine and things my friends talk about at school make more sense to me now.”    — Vivian, 15, Utah

 “This is a great and easy read. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about Mormonism (teen or non-teen). I liked that it wasn’t dumbed down. It was understandable but real. All in all, I loved the book and I’m excited to share it with others!”    — Moriah, 22, California

“I think this is a great resource for teens and adults as well. It will help us greatly in our mission training before we go to Utah.”   — Jeff Clabaugh, Youth Pastor, California

“This book was very informative. It taught me so much more about Mormonism that I never knew about! This will definitely help me with my future contacts with Mormons.”    —Andrew, 12, Nevada

“This book was very helpful to me. I have a much deeper understanding of what Mormons believe.” —Emily, 18, California

 

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