The so-called "Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints" was founded in the early part of the nineteenth century by a man named Joseph Smith. What does the Mormon church teach? What books does it look to as authoritative? How do Mormon teachings line up with the Bible? Are there any good reasons to accept the Book of Mormon as divinely authoritative? How can Christians share the truth with Mormon friends and missionaries on their porches? Get answers to these questions and others in the resources below.
"Witnessing to Mormon Missionaries" (Excerpted from article above)
Updated! "Questions to Ask Mormons" by Charlie Campbell
"More Questions to Ask Mormons" by Mormonism Research Ministry
The Problem with Praying About the Book of Mormon by Marian Bodine
Warning Tract (Print out and leave on the doors of your neighbors to warn them about Mormons) by Matt Slick
|MORMONISM: An Overview of the Origin and Teachings of the Mormon Church (DVD)
by Charlie Campbell
Where, when, and how did Mormonism come into being? What are its teachings? Could the Book of Mormon be an authentic revelation from God? If not, why not? What are the differences between Mormonism and Christianity? How should I go about witnessing to Mormons on my porch? In this 70 minute long DVD, Christian apologist and author, Charlie Campbell, answers these questions and others. This DVD includes more than 100 of the images Charlie uses in his PowerPoint presentation. Click above for a preview. Click here to purchase.
THE BIBLE VS. THE BOOK OF MORMON
This documentary puts the Bible and the Book of Mormon to the same tests. History, archaeology, textual criticism, and other disciplines combine to shed light on what is true and what is false. Discover for yourself which of these books is worthy of being called "scripture" and which is worthy of your trust. This DVD is 66 minutes in length and can be viewed in English, Spanish and Potuguese. As a bonus feature it also includes 40 minutes of deleted scenes. Click here to watch preview or to purchase.
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