Category: lds theology

Are Mormons Christians?

Are Mormons Christians?

Over the last few decades, the LDS Church has encouraged its members to refer to themselves as Christians. In this article, we’ll examine the LDS Church’s rationale for calling itself Christian and then compare it to the Bible’s definition of Christianity.

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Does God Talk to Me?

Does God Talk to Me?

Personal, direct revelation is a central pillar of practical LDS theology, and any born-again Christian who wants to share the gospel with a Latter-day Saint must begin with the Mormon concept of revelation.

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I Have More to Boast

I Have More to Boast

In 1844, Joseph Smith Jr. proclaimed, “I have more to boast of than ever any man had.” Some 2000 years earlier, the humble Son of God laid down his life so we might live by his acts of righteousness and not our own.

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Adam and the LDS Church

Adam and the LDS Church

Adam is a crucial figure in LDS theology. Both Joseph Smith and Brigham Young taught controversial and foundational doctrines about Adam. Many of those claimed revelations have since been rejected by the LDS Church and modern prophets. What does this doctrine teach us about the LDS Church, prophesy, and the Bible?

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