The Real Issue Podcast: Do the Teachings of the Latter Day Saints (Mormons) Line Up with Biblical Christianity?


podcastingby Rob Lundberg

When I first started on my journey in the spiritual discipline of apologetics, I started off in the counter-cult arena, witnessing to Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Mormons (aka the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints. Please check out my page on this group for more information. But in the meantime, here is the podcast on this group.

Some say they are just another brand of Christianity, but do their teachings line up with historical biblical Christianity? The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints uses Christian terminology, but does that legitimize them as a Christian group. Rob unpacks several key issues that proves the answer to be the negative to both questions. The LDS Church is not in line with the historical teachings of the historical Christian faith.

Listen in and learn why.

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Rob is a blogger, writer, pastor/teacher, and public speaker on a mission to equip the believer to think and articulate what they believe and to communicate it to a confused culture in a “brave new world.”

Author: roblundberg

I am a blogger, writer, equipper, and public speaker on a mission to equip the believer to think and articulate what they believe and communicate it to a confused culture in a "brave new world" steeped in a post-truth mindset. My mission follows the lines of the Great Commandment and the Great Commission. My desire is the equip you to address today's issues from a worldview perspective, and know how and when to incorporate the discipline of apologetics into the task of evangelism, so as to communicate the gospel in a persuasive and compassionate manner. I currently serve as the local Chapter Director and Community Apologist for Ratio Christi, at Germanna Community College and the University of Mary Washington; both in Fredericksburg, VA.

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