10 Most Important Things You Can Say to a Mormon
Different View Point
I will say right up front, I don't know all the deep theology that accompanies the Mormon Belief System so I don't know how much of this book is right or wrong, but what I do find is that on two occasions this book gave me bases for opening conversation into why the Mormon's believe what they believe and how scripture plays a part in that. And within those conversations it made me go and search the scriptures for true answers. If nothing else I was reaffirmed in what I believe.
This little book that has been around since 2001 and continues to be a well bought book, however I think that it's probably time of new cover.
June 6, 2014
great tool who is searching truth about mormonism
Simple outline and easy to understand explanation. It is true that the Book of Mormons has no archeological support about its claims regarding Nephite or Lamanite nations.
As Paul said in his letter to the Galatians 1: 8 - "8 But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach a gospel other than the one we preached to you, let him be eternally condemned!.
June 2, 2012
Yes, we do not hold to the 'traditional' views of God, but why give head to the traditions of men anyway? Did Jesus do such? We believe that God still speaks to man, that the Heavens are not closed, but open and that the Gospel of Jesus Christ, in all its fulness has been restored to the earth in our day, with living prophets and apostles. Yes, we do worship the Living Christ of reality, not the dead one who hasn't spoken to us in over 2,000 years since the Apostle John wrote The Revelation on the island of Patmos. Come unto Christ, and be perfected in Him.
February 28, 2010
Much of the information in this book is just plain wrong. I have some good friends that are Mormon and I bought this book to try and help them but this book is wrong. They don't believe many of the things that Rhodes writes about.
August 31, 2009