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Free indeed: An interview with ex-Mormon Lynn WIlder

NOTE: Due to a glitch, we do not have today’s podcast available. But we did interview our guest Lynn Wilder for an upcoming Naomi’s Table episode, and will include that podcast here when it airs in a few days. “What if what you’ve believed your whole life isn’t the real Christ? Truth is everything. It […]

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“Our future is questionable at best…”

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:08 — 20.9MB) …At least the future many were hoping for.  Bible believing Christians have been seeing our future change for a long time now, of course. But the rest of the world – and sadly some professed Christians, want to bury their heads in the sand […]

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Glenn Beck goes off on “religious people” (Christians)

“The Doctrine and Covenants leaves no doubt about the Mormon teaching of exclusivity when it says the LDS Church is, ‘the only true and living church upon the face of the whole earth, with which I, the Lord, am well pleased….’”   Glenn Beck recently threw a hissy fit on his daily radio program over […]

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The Christian Challenge

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:31 — 20.6MB) Today you’ll meet Mike Zander, a Wisconsin native who moved his family to Utah a few years ago to bring the light of the true gospel to the heart of Mormon country. A little later on in the program Mike is going to help us […]

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What did Glenn Beck preach at Liberty University?

Alumnus of Liberty University have yet another cause to scratch their heads and wonder about the discernment in the selection process of the Christian university’s speakers. This week LU hosted a Mormon – and a rather well-known one at that, to speak not about politics or Common Core, but about theological issues. Faith. What can […]

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The Mormon Challenge

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:48 — 21.2MB) We have all experienced it:  A knock on the door and when we look out the window to see who is calling, we see two well dressed young men holding information and a “bible”.  The Mormons are coming!  Often we choose to just not […]

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Yet another Christian/Mormon blending

Why are so many evangelical leaders suddenly cozying up to Mormon believers? Is it to share the Gospel of Christ and the conviction to repent of following a different Jesus, or something else?  Dr. Richard Mouw, the former president of Fuller Theological Seminary, appeared at Utah Valley University on Friday, speaking to hundreds of Mormon […]

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New book: "Mormonism is branch of Christianity"

“Mormons are closer to Catholics than most Protestants,” Webb added, noting that they “love the ritual, love the history, family, traditional values.” A Roman Catholic scholar and former philosophy and religion professor has released a new book that defends Mormonism as “one of the youngest branches on the Christian tree,” and claims that Christians can […]

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The marks of a cult

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 49:52 — 20.0MB) In light of the new direction the Emergent Church is taking, we’re covering an article later this program from Fighting For The Faith: A New 95 Theses: Challenging The Excesses of American Evangelicalism. First, if you were an evangelical or denominational power-leader and you […]

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At BYU, Baptist says Mormons and evangelicals "may go to jail together"

I am reprinting the following article with permission from writer Tad Walch over at Desert News, a Mormon publication. Two interesting notes: Ravi Zacharias is heading back to the Mormon Tabernacle to preach early next year Albert Mohler is also coming back to the BYU campus for more interfaith dialogue on social issues and religious […]

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The problem with witnessing to Mormons

When we witness to Mormons, is sharing Christ’s subistitutionary atonement on the cross for our sins enough to convict an audience at Brigham Young University that they are following a different Gospel? Perhaps not. For those of you following Dr. Albert Mohler’s speech this week at BYU, you may have cheered his clear message about […]

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Christians and Mormons in dialogue

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:25 — 21.0MB) Lately we are seeing a steady stream of Christian leaders headed out to BYU to meet with Mormon leaders and address Mormon students on social and government issues. We also see some Christian leaders reaching out to meet with Muslim leaders. Some Christians argue […]

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Should Christian Leaders Lecture at BYU?

Stand Up For The Truth has learned that this coming Monday, October 21, Dr. Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, will also speak to the BYU students as part of the series discussions. BYU’s website says, “The third lecture in the Faith, Family and Society series at Brigham Young University will be […]

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A Response to AOG's Superintendent Wood

 Sadly, it appears that Dr. Wood has done more to validate Mormonism than he has to expose it as a dangerous and extremely deceptive cult.  By his gregarious and unabashed courting of their cooperation on social issues, he has marginalized their heresy and to a great extent elevated them to a degree of equality with […]

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BYU Newspaper reports Interfaith discussion with AOG Superintendent

” God is playing a role in all religions and that Christians are more united than they sometimes think.” (From BYU news report, below) The question is, united around what? Around which God? The eternal Christ that Christians worship, or the created being whose brother is Lucifer? Check out a helpful chart comparing Christianity with […]

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"Barton: Glenn Beck Is A Christian Who Identifies As Mormon Simply Out Of Loyalty"

The only way to impact our culture is to stand up and proclaim the Gospel and the absolute Truth of God. It’s a Jesus who commands that we repent and follow Him as our Lord and Savior. We cannot foist righteousness on America through political activism or legislation. Only Jesus through the power of the […]

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Franklin Graham "shocked" his site called Mormonism a cult

I think I am just as shocked as Franklin Graham. So to be clear, it is OK for him to call Jehovah’s Witnesses, the Unification Church, Unitarians, Spiritists, and Scientologists cult members, but Mormons? Nope. Either they are just a different flavor of orthodox Christianity, or they are somehow more deserving to be “won over […]

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Should Christians Really Sit This Election Out?

Does God pre-determine who we elect as our leaders—or does He react according to our choices?  As our nation faces a crucial election in less than two months, this subject needs to be addressed and discussed. To me it is obvious that God does not mandate our choices in leaders, either politically or spiritually.  The […]

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Why the "Mormonism thing" needs exploring

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:38 — 11.8MB) The presidential campaign has made the religion of Mormonism a hot topic in the national conversation. Are Mormons Christian? They believe they are. After all, their Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has Jesus right in the name.  Today we’re going to […]

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Mormonism: the elephant in the booth

Today we talked about politics, and no matter what your take is on whether faith should or shouldn’t play a role, we at least need to be aware of the issues. And as Christians, the topic of Mormonism should not make us feel “sticky” or “squishy.” The candidates for president and their campaign messages will […]

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