The Mormon Illusion: What the Bible Says about the Latter-Day Saints

Kregel Publications, 1997 - 223 Seiten
This classic work on Mormonism, now with over 135,000 copies in print, has been revised and expanded by the author. Major Mormon practices and beliefs are explained with thoroughly documented references to original Mormon sources. Chapters include: Joseph Smith--Prophet of God? The One True Church Priesthood and Genealogies Mormon Salvation.

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Nutzerbericht  - G Perkins -

It's true of people in any cult that they even deny their own history or writings. Sadly this is true of M B and Mr. Chatterly. Floyd McElveen presents a simple and loving comparison of Mormonism and Biblical Christianity. For more detailed work see Kingdom of the Cults. Vollständige Rezension lesen

Nutzerbericht  - Zack Chatterley -

Fighting against the true Church of God will garner him some fame, fortune and flames. I've read all the Anti-Mormon "literature" I can find and it's all half-truths, blatant lies and the same ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

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Über den Autor (1997)

Floyd C. McElveen is a graduate of Western Conservative Baptist Seminary in Portland, Oregon. He has served as a missionary evangelist, a church planter and pastor, and the national evangelist for the Conservative Baptist Home Mission Society.

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