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Letters to a Mormon Elder

by James R. White

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Incorporating the most recent research and solid biblical truth, Letters To A Mormon Elder is a series of personal letters written to a fictional Mormon missionary. Examining the teaching and theology of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the book brings a relational approach to material usually presented in textbook style. James White draws from his extensive apologetics ministry to thousands of Mormons in presenting the truth of Christianity.

With well-defined arguments, James White provides readers with insight and understanding into:

the Book of Mormon.

the prophecies, visions, and teachings of Joseph Smith.

other major historical issues relevant to the claims of the LDS Church.

the theological implications of the doctrines of Mormonism.

This marvelous new study is a valuable text for Christians who talk with Mormons and is an ideal book to be read by Mormons.

About the Author
James R. White is the author of the popular The King James Only Controversy, The Roman Catholic Controversy, and Grieving: God's Path Back to Peace. He is the director of ministries for Alpha and Omega Ministries, a Christian apologetics ministry, and scholar-in-residence at Grand Canyon University. He holds an M.A. from Fuller Theological Seminary. He and his wife have two children and live in Arizona.



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