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    Bill Mckeever(Author)

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Extensively updated, this proven resource helps Christians understand the differences between Mormon belief and orthodox Christianity, equipping believers to minister to their Mormon friends and neighbors.

'This volume is the best available for a fair and accurate assessment of the theological claims of Mormonism.' -- Mark L. Strauss, PhD, professor of New Testament, Bethel Seminary San Diego 'Clearly shows the difference between Mormonism and Christianity in a factual way without belittling or demeaning Mormon people. I strongly recommend Mormonism 101 to both Christians and Mormons who really want to understand each other.' -- Marvin W. Cowan, missionary, Missions Door'A sophisticated book in plain language that both Mormons and the non-Mormons who love them will find relevant, respectful, closely reasoned, and meticulously documented.' -- Paul Carden, executive director, The Centers for Apologetics Research (CFAR)'A well-documented yet readable overview of the LDS religion, including discussion of the Mormon concepts of multiple gods, extra scriptures, secret rituals, and the means to attain eternal life.' -- Sandra Tanner, Utah Lighthouse Ministry'An immensely helpful book. Bill and Eric have done an enormous amount of research, and they make key beliefs accessible and understandable.' --Sean McDowell, PhD, author, speaker, and professor

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  • PDF | 336 pages
  • Bill Mckeever(Author)
  • Baker Books; Revised and expanded edition (21 April 2015)
  • English
  • 10
  • Religion & Spirituality

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  • By It'sAllVoluntary on 8 March 2011

    This book was an amazing source of information for me, a recovering mormon. I knew the truth was out there on the matters, I just lacked the Biblical knowledge to be able to defend it against the issues raised by the LDS organisation. Bill MCKeever has went to painstakingly great detail to answer every possible issue raised by the organisation of mormondom. Each section brings up a issue by the LDS and then responds to it Biblically. He goes into every possible rebuttal that I had ever heard raised against Christianity in support of mormonism as child growing up LDS and living in a predominately LDS area of SE Idaho. It is done in a non-offensive way too which is what is amazing. Towards the end of it he goes into a Q & A with mormonism and asks great questions which are well thought out to get mormons to think. Despite all this, I found that most mormons will not read it and will not dare question one ioata of their organisation regardless of the scientific, historical or biblical evidence against it. None of my family dared read McKeevers work simply because it was not a "pro-mormon" book. Read this book if you want to know the truth and have any interactions with mormon family, neighbors or co-workers. Read it and you will have much of the ammunition that you need to defend Christianity against mormonism when the missionaries come knocking on your door and be prepared to give an answer!

  • By Thomas Vestergaard on 6 April 2016

    I bought this book because I will spending a few days in Salt Lake City on my upcoming vacation. I wanted to learn what Mormonism is about and how it differs from the Christianity I know.I find "Mormonism 101" to be thorough introduction to The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints. The book is very consistent in its composition. Each chapter starts off with a small dictionary explaining key terms covered in the chapter. The chapter continues by explaining the LDS view of the topic at hand and then comparing it to the view of "traditional Christianity". Each chapter is rounded off by some final thoughts or what you would call a conclusion.I find the book is written in a sober and very matter-of-factly tone.The authors consequently use the statements of LDS authoritative and LDS scriptures and on the other side Bible quotes to compare and argue the two cases.This is the strength and at the same time the weakness of the book. I say weakness because I must admit that there were times where I got tired reading through page after and page of scripture.I would also say to get the full benefit of the book you have to be confident with Christianity. I'm not, so I can't help feeling that I have missed the significance of certain points made in the book.So, is the book biased? Well, that depends. A person who is a Mormon would probably say that it is biased against Mormonism, and a person who is anti-Mormon would probably say the opposite.The authors do point out certain historical aspects of The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints which are less appealing and certain dogmas of the faith where the logic is flawed. On the other hand, is it fair to require a religion to be logical at all times?Taking into account that this is my first introduction to Mormonism I think the book does a good job of staying neutral.All in all I would recommend "Mormonism 101" as a good and thorough introduction to Mormonism.

  • By charlie on 8 May 2016

    Every Christian should read this book , it exposes mormonism big time !

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