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Archive for the 'Mormonism' Category

-Apostles for Today?

Saturday, August 2nd, 2008

Over the years, different groups, including the Mormons, have called some of their leaders — ‘Apostles’.  Now, ‘apostolic ministry’ is being taken seriously by many different Christian groups and denominations. There has been an on-going conversation in the last several years among many on the internet on the subject of ‘Apostles Today’. Here’s a link […]

-What Does the Book of Mormon Say?: About Marriage & Family

Monday, July 28th, 2008

The LDS are known for their wonderful emphasis upon the importance of strong and close families. Many of the Mormon families that I know make a practice of having at least one night a week set aside for family worship and activities. However, when one looks in the Book of Mormon for any teaching on […]

-What Does The Book of Mormon Say?: About Polygamy

Tuesday, July 15th, 2008

  Recently the LDS Newsroom issued a number of official releases from the Mormon Church (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) differentiating themselves from the FLDS Church which currently practices polygamy and recently was in the news when one of their communities was raided in Texas. One of the releases I read referred […]

-What Does The Book of Mormon Say?: New Series

Tuesday, July 15th, 2008

I’m starting a new series exploring different teachings of the Book of Mormon and comparing and/or contrasting them with the current teachings of the Mormon Church (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints). Surprisingly, there are very few of the distinctive Mormon beliefs and practices that come from the Book of Mormon. Also, there […]

-Growing Ties Between U.S. Muslims and Mormons

Saturday, April 12th, 2008

While Muslims in the USA have felt increasingly isolated from mainstream America since 9/11, they have found one group, the Mormons, who have reached out with understanding and friendship according to a recent LA Times article. According to Maher Hathout, a senior advisor to the Muslim Public Affairs Council in Los Angeles: "We are very […]