Don’t Assume Anything When Sharing the Gospel with Mormons

Talking about your faith with a Latter-day Saint (Mormon) can be challenging. An evangelical friend recently told me about such a conversation. “I know that we hold different beliefs, but you couldn’t tell that from our conversation.” I asked her what she meant. “Well, I asked him if Mormons believe that salvation is by grace alone. He actually agreed! But I thought they believe in a works-based salvation.” She concluded that he was lying.

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Loved by the Lord Jesus and my wife. Associate Dean and Assistant Professor at the University of Mobile. Teaching Elder at Mars Hill Church (Mobile, Ala). PhD student at Southern Seminary. Host of So What? Podcast. Theologaster thinking at the intersection of the gospel, worldview, and religion. Eamus Catuli. John 14:6.

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“Apatheism: Engaging Skepticism in an Age of Indifference”
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John Whitmer Historical Association
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American Academy of Religion
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