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What Do Mormons Really Believe?: What the Ads Don't Tell You (Anglais) Broché – janvier 2002
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Book by Ankerberg John Weldon John
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Good quick study book
7 janvier 2014 - Publié sur Amazon.com
2 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
Easily accessible to anyone, this book does an adequate job of explaining how the mormons are not Christians, something Christians need to know!
great packaging, many thanks
28 février 2015 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Item as described, quick shipping, great packaging, many thanks ! ! !
A must read...
1 avril 2012 - Publié sur Amazon.com
7 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
I was raised in the LDS faith but chose a different path as an adult. I was taught to believe the Bible was not complete therefore we needed the other Mormon books to explain the word of God. This book actually helped me understand what I was told to believe vs. what the Bible teaches. For many years when I would read the Bible I would "interpret" it the way I was brought up vs. what it was teaching me. After reading this book, I was able to separate the two in a more distinct and complete way. I fully understand that when Mormons break away from the their church a large portion become atheist since they feel they have been lied to all their life. I was very lucky I had so many loving people surround me through the years with no pressure. This book has also assist me in explaining the differences when asked why I left the LDS teachings. Thank you for providing me with such a great tool.
Trying to discredit the authors does not discredit valid points!
3 février 2006 - Publié sur Amazon.com
21 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
A number of people who are reviewing this book are attempting to discredit the authors. This is an attempt to get folks to avoid reading this book. I note that these people are not addressing some of the serious questions about the Mormon faith that are raised in this book. Any Christian, believing in the Jesus Christ of the Bible, who understands their own relationship with Christ, and can back their understanding of who Christ is Biblically, would have to consider some serious differences in who and what the LDS consider Christ. I do have friends who are LDS and they have backed many of the assertions of the authors that show distinct differences in a Christian ( Biblical) view of Christ and the LDS view. I know that the words may be painful for any LDS member to read, but consider the actual Mormon works cited and put the pieces together for yourself. When held against God's word (the Bible), many of them show falsehoods and inconsistancies.
God bless and guide us.
God bless and guide us.
very poorly reserached; there are better books than this one
24 décembre 2003 - Publié sur Amazon.com
5 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
My review will be brief since a multitude of other reviewers dictated my thoughts about this book. I do give Weldon and Ankerberg the credit of doing a good job of research in this book. They analyze Mormon documents and appear to have a sophisticated knowledge of the Momron Church. However, my praise really stops there. The books makes several errors in its abstraction of evidence from out-of-context situations. Often the authors regard minute points in the Mormon faith far beyond their significance. They harp on points that really don't matter in the larger scheme. The result is that one must sort though a mess of writing before coming to a final conclusion. This makes the book very exacting to read. I suggest one reads something else before tackling the arcana these two authors invent.