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Sharing the Good News with Mormons: Practical Strategies for Getting the Conversation Started
You want to share your faith with Mormon co-workers, friends, and the folks who sometimes knock on your door. But how do you share the gospel with those who think they don't need it? Every relationship and situation is unique, and that’s why these essays from respected scholars, apologists, and pastors—including Sandra Tanner, Robert Bowman, David Geisler, Bill McKeever, Mark Mittelberg, J. Warner Wallace, Lynn Wilder, and others—lay out a variety of creative methods for sharing the gospel effectively so you can initiate authentic conversations, respond with compassion and clarity, and find ways to keep the dialogue going with your Mormon friends.
Speaking the truth to Mormons can feel daunting when you’re unprepared. Let the suggestions in this book from Eric Johnson and Sean McDowell give you solid ideas for reaching those who are lost but don’t realize it.
|Title: Sharing the Good News with Mormons: Practical Strategies for Getting the Conversation Started|
By: Edited by Eric Johnson & Sean McDowell
Number of Pages: 352
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2018
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Weight: 13 ounces
Stock No: WW974062
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How do you share the gospel with those
who don't think they need it?
Someone you know is a Mormona family member, a coworker, a friend, or a neighborand you long to present the truth about Jesus and what God's Word teaches. But where do you start? How can you convey what's on your heart in a way that will be well received?
Every relationship and situation is unique, and that's why these essays from respected scholars, apologists, and pastorsincluding Sandra Tanner, Robert Bowman, David Geisler, Bill McKeever, Mark Mittelberg, J. Warner Wallace, Lynn Wilder, and otherslays out a variety of creative methods for sharing the gospel effectively so you can...
- initiate authentic conversations
- respond with compassion and clarity to Mormon teachings
- understand your Mormon friends and find ways to keep the dialogue going
Speaking the truth to Mormons can feel daunting when you're unprepared. Let the suggestions in this book give you solid ideas for reaching those who are lost but don't realize it.
Sean McDowell (PhD) is the author, coauthor, or editor of numerous books, including A New Kind of Apologist. He is an associate professor in the Christian Apologetics program at Biola University, is an internationally recognized speaker, and blogs regularly at www.seanmcdowell.org.
Eric Johnson (MDiv) works with Mormonism Research Ministry (www.mrm.org) and has written and coauthored several books, including Answering Mormons' Questions and Mormonism 101. He currently lives in Sandy, Utah, with his wife and three daughters.
"I'm thrilled to see this practical book bring together a variety of voices who all have one thing in common: lovingly sharing the good news with Mormons. An invaluable resource!"
Lee Strobel, Professor of Christian Thought at Houston Baptist University, best-selling author of The Case for Christ
"Sharing the Good News with Mormons is an elite booknot because it is hard to understand, but because it isn't. The authors have worked hard to make things very clear and practical. I know many of them and have deep respect for their fidelity to the historic Christian faith and the effort they have exerted to know why they believe and how to communicate that with others. The book is elite because it is rich in its content, broad in the topics covered, and first rate in every way. Happily, whoever reads this book will gain tools for communicating the gospel in all kinds of situations and to people outside of Mormonism as well. Get this book, study it, and share it with others."
J.P. Moreland, author and Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Talbot School of Theology, Biola University
"The many creative and friendly approaches explored in this book eliminate the intimidation of sharing with Mormons. Each way is unique and is explained by contributors who have long practiced what they preach. Highly recommended!"
Donna Morley, PhD, author, adjunct professor at The Master's University, and cofounder of Faith and Reason Forum
"The book you hold in your hands represents an unprecedented treasury of practical wisdom and advice on how to share your faith in Jesus Christ with Later-day Saints. Far from offering a one-size-fits-all approach to reaching Mormons for Christ, the contributors share a range of approaches they have developed over many years of effective, on-the-ground evangelistic interaction. It is a 'tactical toolbox' from which you may explore a range of approaches in search of the one (or more) that works best for you. During and after my time as a seminary professor in Utah I came to know and trust many of the contributors to this volume, and I can honestly say that a better and more credible collection of contributors can hardly be imagined."
Ronald V. Huggins, former Associate Professor of Historical and Theological Studies, Salt Lake Theological Seminary
"This jewel has enough facets to equip each of us for reaching Mormons, and those who leave the Mormon church, with commonsense twenty-first-century tools. Experts in their field have teamed up with general editors Eric Johnson and Sean McDowell to provide an informative work filled with practical training, riveting testimonies, and sound apologetics. Well done!"
Judy Salisbury, founder/president of Logos Presentations, author of Reasons for Faith and Divine Appointments