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February 10, 2002

Vantage point by Ken Horn: Love them

A candid discussion about Mormonism
Steve Pike, director of church planting and development for the Rocky Mountain District of the Assemblies of God, discusses how Christians should respond when Mormon missionaries knock on their door.

Is Mormonism Christian?
As the home of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Salt Lake City is attracting the world’s attention. So is the religion on which the city was built: Mormonism. Despite the Mormon Church’s self promotion as a Christian faith, theological differences distinguish this religion from evangelical Christianity.
By James R. Spencer


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A closer look
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormonism) was born of a 14-year-old farm boy who claimed he was visited by Jesus Christ and God the Father in the flesh and called upon to restore the "one true church." Today the Mormon Church has more than 11 million members worldwide.
By John W. Kennedy


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