Our mission is to equip born-again Christians for the work of gospel ministry to Latter-day Saints. We want to prepare you for interactions with your LDS friends and anticipate questions that may arise as you begin sharing the gospel with them. To that end, we’ve written several articles to address important topics or questions you may face.
LDS teaching, experience, and culture grow from a very deeply reverenced history. Because so much of the Mormon experience connects to their stories about the past, it’s crucial for born-again Christians to know how the story unfolds.
How does the Christian demonstrate Christlike compassion, build redemptive friendships, and enter a meaningful conversation with an LDS friend? Here are five points I rehearse regularly.
Do the titles ‘Only Begotten,’ ‘Son of God,’ and ‘Firstborn’ mean Jesus was the physical offspring of God the Father? How does the Bible use these terms?
If you’re unfamiliar with Latter-day Saint doctrine, a basic framework and a grasp of the key LDS theological concepts can help in conversations with your friends and family.