Moroni Archive

Best of BAM: Q&A: The Existence of Evil, Moroni, and the Millennium

On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast Hank answers questions on the following topics: I don’t think your view that evil exists because of free will is satisfying. What are your thoughts on cremation? In Mark 11:2, what is the significance of the colt that no one has ever sat on? Do you have any godly […]

Q&A: Atheism, Moroni, and the Millennium

On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast Hank answers questions on the following topics: My parents are atheists; how can I interact with them? You spoke to a Mormon previously who wanted to know what to do if Mormonism is false. Wouldn’t John chapter 1 really help him out? Do you have any godly advice for […]

Problems with the Gold Plates of the Book of Mormon

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This article first appeared in Christian Research Journal, volume 34, number 02 (2011). For further information or to subscribe to the Christian Research Journal go to: http://www.equip.org SYNOPSIS Joseph Smith, Jr., the founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS, or Mormons), claimed that after both God the Father and Jesus Christ visited him […]

Is Mormonism Christian? Elliot Miller responds.

Elliot Miller, editor-in-chief. The award-winning Christian Research Journal (published 6 times per year) probes today’s religious movements, promotes doctrinal discernment

Does Mormonism REALLY teach that Jesus is the spirit brother of Satan?

To begin with, according to official Mormon teaching, Jesus Christ is the first spirit child conceived and begotten by Heavenly Father and one of Heavenly Father’s many wives (commonly referred to as “Heavenly Mother”). Just as Heavenly Father before him progressed to godhood, so Jesus progressed through obedience to the status of a god (prior […]

Is Mormonism Christian?

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was birthed in 1820 by an alleged vision in which two celestial personages appeared to Joseph Smith claiming all existing churches were wrong, all their creeds were an abomination, and all their professors were corrupt. According to these personages, Smith had been chosen to restore—not reform—a church […]

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