Lists the common aspects of a Mormon testimony and gives suggestions for your own testimony.
Illustrates the fact that who you sin against determines the seriousness of sin. There are different consequences for hitting a friend in the face and hitting the president in the face.
Examines the LDS teaching on repentance. Includes an article on repentance from the LDS official website. Helpful not just in connection with 3 Nephi 11 but anytime repentance is being discussed.
We like this for a few reasons. 1) Mormonism says our purpose for being on earth is to be tested; 2) it emphasizes that Jesus kept the law for us; and 3) it deals with a topic most Mormons are totally unaware of.
This quotes a couple of LDS sources to show what it teaches about eternal life and then gives the biblical basis for saying eternal life is a gift and a present possession of believers.
Explains how this parable doesn’t teach that God forgiving us rests on our being forgiving but that our being forgiving results from God forgiving us.
A story Mormons like to use to say that works are important in addition to faith. This article shows, however, that it is not a both and situation but is either or. It is either by faith or by works.
This is the title of an article that Mormons sometimes give Christians. Not only is a copy of this article provided but also a commentary explaining how it portrays classic Mormonism.
Almost everybody who has spent any time at all talking with Mormons have been told this. Most find it extremely frustrating but are also in a quandary wondering how to respond.