I will finish my Mormonism series by talking about conversational tactics.  These strategies will be useful when speaking with Mormons or anyone else that doesn’t agree with Christianity.  The content I will share is simply good people skills, something too many Christians lack when discussing spiritual issues.  I hope the next few posts will be […] Read more

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Image via WikipediaThe Truth about the Galileo TrialMany non-Christians try to use the Galileo trial as a means to show how faith and science are in conflict.  Historically, it was the Christian worldview that provided the foundation for science to prosper.  Many of the early great scientists were Christians, committed to discovering how God created […] Read more

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Once you present your strong Biblical case for God the Father not having a physical body, they may say… I Believe the Bible as far as it has been translated correctly. When any Mormon makes this statement they really mean anything that contradicts my beliefs, the Bible must have not been translated correctly.  For many […] Read more

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The next couple of posts I will look at possible responses to the Biblical case I developed against God the Father having a physical body. God met Moses face to face so therefore He must have a body. Mormons contend God the Father must have a body becauseMoses met with God face to face. They […] Read more

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I am answering the question does God the Father have a body?  My first point was the Bible teaches God is a spirit (part 17).  Here I am giving additional support. −       God does not change and never progressed from a man to God Mal. 3:6 “For I, the Lord, do not change; therefore you, […] Read more

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Image via Wikipedia Moving a Mormon from Heart to Head In the previous post I used 2 Corinthians 11 as a strategy to move a Mormon away from utilizing their prayers and feelings in the heart as a method for testing all truth.  Now I would like to give you some key points to accomplish […] Read more

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As I wrap up this section on analyzing Mormon doctrines I need to summarize some key points. If a Mormon says he believes in the Trinity, ask him to define it.  Remember they are polytheists; they believe in many gods. If a Mormon says he believes we are saved by grace through faith, ask him […] Read more

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Jehovah’s Witnesses and the 144,000 As I conclude looking at the doctrine concerning the 144,000, I will examine the only other passage in the Bible that speaks of the 144,000, Revelation 14:1-5.  John writes, “Then I looked, and behold, the Lamb was standing on Mount Zion, and with Him one hundred and forty-four thousand, having […] Read more

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What does Christianity teach about heaven and hell? The Bible describes the place where God dwells as “heaven.”  In Matthew 6:9 Jesus taught the disciples to pray, “Our Father who are in heaven.”  Jesus is with the Father in heaven.  During the stoning of Stephen we read in Acts 7:55,“But being full of the Holy […] Read more

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In my final installment on objective morality, let me conclude with a very practical summary. If you want to converse with a moral relativist you need to understand… What is moral relativism? Remember moral relativism teaches that right and wrong is determined by the beliefs of an individual or society.  The majority of relativists believe […] Read more

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Do Objective Morals Exist?
Answering Tough Questions
Counting the Cost
Is God the Author of the Bible?
God’s Holiness and Love Wins
Ministering to Mormons in Utah
Challenging a Jehovah’s Witness
What Ever Happened to Hell?
Accurately Interpreting the Scriptures
Understanding the Christian Worldview
Accused of Partnering in Wickedness
Set Apart Christ as Lord
Sharing with Knowledge & Wisdom
Becoming a Good Ambassador for Christ
How to Persuade Others

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