The Mormon Hierarchy: Wealth & Corporate Power, by D. Michael Quinn (Salt Lake City, UT: Signature Books, 2017)

Written D. Michael Quinn Reviewed by Eric Johnson Money makes the world go around The world go around The world go around Money makes the world go around It makes the world go ’round. –“Money,” from Cabaret When it comes to money, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has plenty. How much? Nobody except … Read more

Review of Talking Doctrine: Mormons and Evangelicals in Conversation

Review of Talking Doctrine: Mormons & Evangelicals In Conversation (IVP Academic, 2015, edited by Richard J. Mouw and Robert L. Millet) By Eric Johnson Listen to a 5-day Viewpoint on Mormonism podcast series airing in the late summer 2015:  Part 1  Part 2  Part 3   Part 4   Part 5 The following is an article published in the Christian Research Journal, … Read more

Claiming Christ: A Mormon-Evangelical Debate

Claiming Christ

By Aaron Shafovaloff

The following was originally printed in the January-February 2008 edition of Mormonism Researched. To request a free subscription, please visit herehttp://www.mrm.org/newsletter

Warren Jeffs: Jesus Christ, Message to All Nations

Say the name “Warren Jeffs” out loud in a public place in Utah and you will get raised eyebrows. Latter-day Saints are very sensitive about having their religion tied to polygamous groups, which many ignorant bystanders have done over the years. Today, Jeffs—who is serving a life sentence behind federal prison bars in Texas—remains the official “prophet” of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which is still based in two bordering towns, Hildale, UT and Colorado City, AZ. Although he was characterized in his free days as being shy in public and even a recluse, Jeffs was known for ruling the world’s largest polygamous group with an iron fist. This lenghty review considers the series of “revelations” compiled by Warren Jeffs that he titled Jesus Christ, Message to All Nations. What “Jesus” writes may…or may not…surprise you. 

 

A Response to the Mysterious "Paul Allen" Letter on Mormons

By Bill McKeever

For several years now, Mormons have been circulating an email allegedly written by NFL owner Paul Allen that they feel supports the claim that Mormons are Christians. First of all, there was a letter written by a Paul Allen that praised the Mormons that was printed in a Santa Clarita, California newspaper, but it was not the Paul Allen who owns the Seattle Seahawks. At Snopes.com you will find the following:

Mormon America: The Power and the Promise

Reviewed by Eric Johnson

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) has received plenty of publicity during the 1990s, most of which was positive. From the affable President Gordon B. Hinckley to the many positive media reports generated by the media, there has probably never been a time in history where Mormonism has looked so good from the perspective of the non-LDS public.