Why are some of America's leading "Evangelical" churches, seminaries, and ministries rushing to suppress or deny the truth about Mormonism?
A Christian need not become an expert on Mormonism to understand its dangers. All you must do is ask essential questions about Mormon teachings and compare the answers with authentic Scripture.
Few Christians understand that Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormonism, was a documented occult practitioner who said he used an occult device to "translate" the Book of Mormon.
The Book of Mormon's alleged history of ancient North and South America contains not one shred of fact - and a great deal of evil fiction.
Why are some self-described evangelicals willing to embrace a religion that replaces the Triune God of the Bible with a pantheon of false deities?
Mimicking many ancient pagan religions, Mormonism teaches that God the Father is not God from eternity, but was a human being who became God.
Mormonism's false "Jesus" is the kind of god that Scripture condemns in Romans 1:23 - "an image made like corruptible man."
The Mormon church's official name - "Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints" - is a falsehood and a blasphemy.
The most notable characteristic of Mormon teaching regarding the Holy Spirit is that it contains a great deal of confusion and contradiction.
Mormon theology speaks of the "Holy Spirit" as an impersonal force, but according to Scripture the Third Person of the Trinity is a Divine Person.