Mormonism Research Ministry is a Christian organization that has been dedicated to comparing the differences between Mormonism and biblical Christianity since 1979. Our purpose is to not only offer a critical evaluation of Mormonism from a biblical worldview, but to also proclaim the biblical gospel of grace to the Mormon people.
New at MRM
- The First Vision’s Slow Entrance Into the LDS Story
- A Response to the Mysterious “Paul Allen” Letter
- Journal of Discourses repository (beta)
- Our Father Adam, by Charles Penrose
- “Mercy Cannot Rob Justice” — The Need for Mormons to Merit Exaltation (Listen)
- Changes to Gospel Principles
- Should We Stop Addressing Old Teachings and Non-Official Beliefs?
- Tom Hanks, the Mormons, and Prop 8
- Regarding an Open Canon
- Demise of the LDS Church in Kirtland
Utah Partnerships for Christ train mission teams.
Pastor, how will your congregation respond…
… when the Mormon missionaries knock on their door? Prepare them by scheduling an MRM representative at your church in 2010. Contact us for details.
Struggling with your faith? Aching over loved ones? Please e-mail us at [email protected] to tell us how we can pray for you.
Compassionate Boldness 2009 MP3s Available
MP3s from the Compassionate Boldness 2009 conference are now available for $2.99 each. MP4 videos will also be available soon.
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 betrayal. The impact of shattered trust seems to completely permeate hearts and minds, making it difficult to ever trust again. As bad as that is, betrayal is compounded when it comes from a trusted spiritual leader. Read article »
Bill McKeever’s book, In Their Own Words: A Collection of Mormon Quotations is also available in a searchable version CD and as a download.