What's Wrong with Mormons? - a Good Tree Cannot Bring Forth Evil Fruit

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B. Jay Gladwell, 2008 - 232 Seiten
What do you know about Mormons? Where did you get your information? Is the information you have accurate? When a person claims Mormons aren't Christians, what he's really saying is Mormons don't believe in the traditional idea of the Trinity. "Their Jesus is different from our Jesus," is the usual response. For the Mormons who strive to live their lives in accordance to the Biblical teachings of Jesus Christ, they find the allegation that they aren't Christian as incomprehensible as it is hurtful. Ironically, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints around the world are admired for their values. Yet their admirers are repulsed by Mormon doctrines at the same time. How is that possible? Where do the Mormon values come from? What is the source of their doctrines? This book attempts to set the record straight as it pertains to some basic Gospel doctrines as taught by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and how they are scripturally founded in the Holy Bible. This book asks the simple question. What's wrong with Mormons?
 

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Inhalt

Close Encounters
1
A Falling Away
17
Mouthpiece of the Lord
31
The Godhead
51
Restitution of All Things
75
Priesthood Restoration
97
Where Did I Come From?
115
Why Am I Here?
123
Where Am I Going After I Die?
135
Burden of Proof
151
By Their Fruits
167
Articles of Faith
181
Additional Information
183
Subject Index
185
Scripture Index
203
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