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ISBN13: 9780736910798
ISBN10: 0736910794
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Respected authors John Ankerberg and John Weldon use their unique question-and-answer style to look candidly at Mormon teachings that are clearly incompatible with orthodox Christianity. Readers discover answers to questions such as-- Was God ever a man? Were Jesus and Lucifer brothers? Are we saved by what we do? Does Mormonism include occult practices?

Clarifying the terms Mormons use as well as their views on the Bible, the authors reveal the huge chasm between what Mormons and Christians believe. Fast Facts(R) on Mormonism is a clear, well-written guide that will help readers comprehend one of the world's fastest-growing belief systems in light of the clear teaching of the Bible. Perfect for individual study and group discussions.


clear teaching of the Bible. Perfect for individual study and group discussions.


Includes bibliographical references (p. 153-168).

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David Coffing, April 16, 2008 (view all comments by David Coffing)
Although Ankerberg purports to be a "Christian Scholar" he is anything but. Ankerberg's works are a compendium of right-wing psuedo-Christian intolerance, the kind true Christians are at great pains to distance themselves from.
Perhaps Ankerberg is frightened of the rapid growth of the Mormon Church...but using that theory, then Ankerberg must be frightened of Islam, Freemasonry, the Catholic Church...etc, etc. His "Fast Facts" series on virtually every religious/social movement that he does not adhere to is puerile garbage. The fact that he passes himself off as a Christian scholar is repugnant, ridiculous and embarassing.
Ankerberg's "true teachings of Christianity" only support his narrow, intolerant and hate-filled version of what is, in truest form, a doctrine of love, forgiveness and tolerance.
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Ankerberg, John
Harvest House Publishers
Weldon, John
Eugene, Or.
Mormon church
Christianity - Mormonism
Christianity - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Da
Christianity - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saomts (
Christianity - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (
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