Understanding Mormons and Jehovah’s Witnesses – Digital Audio

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly known as Mormons) and Jehovah’s Witnesses both claim to be Christian. But are they? In this eight-part course Dr. Robert Bowman dives into the details of these two modern religions and answers the questions you’ve probably always wondered about their history, holy books, and practices.

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2 reviews for Understanding Mormons and Jehovah’s Witnesses – Digital Audio

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Devin (verified owner)

    The problem with witnessing to Jehovah’s Witnesses or Mormons is that many do not understand or know the teachings of their church. You must remember when reaching out to them to ask what they believe and witness to them from that stand point. Many falsely believe they are Christians, be prepared to show them how the Christ they follow is not the historical Biblical Christ. Be careful though, these are cults and they do not let their followers go easily. They will try to criticize any evidence you provide by claims that it was produced with a heart of malice. Their church tells them that they should not read “anti-mormon” literature so they will actively fight you on the veracity of early church accounts of those who have left it. Always be in prayer for those you are trying to reach, only God is able to save them.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    gregory anderson (verified owner)

    Devin is spot on with his assessment of the difficulty, albeit he forgot to mention that many in our own congregations do not know the teachings of their denomination, let alone of a basic evangelical knowledge of Christian orthodoxy.
    Having known and discussed Christianity for real with members of several sects/cults, even with certain radical “fringe” elements within the public Christian Arena, many only know what they choose to believe. This means there are folks in who actually buy into the Enlightenment mentality, including those who inserted themselves into leadership positions in our churches, denominations, and seminaries who actually do not believe what they claim to and actively teach false doctrines.

    Example: Barna found that 30% of members of “Evangelical Churches” did not believe in Absolute Truth; 58% of non-“Evangelicals”, born-again Christians do not believe in Absolute Truth.
    How can you submit to the LORD who claims to be The Way, The Truth, and The Life and yet still not believe in Absolute Truth?
    So it is a hard row to hoe when speaking to folks who have become shills for deceivers, those who teach things they sould not teach for the sake of sordid gain.
    gregory anderson
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