Matthew R. Perry

Is Mormonism Mainstream Now, Or Are People Still Suspicious?

In Apologetics, Church Life, Culture, Politics, Religious Organizations, Theology on May 5, 2007 at 9:36 pm

Albert Mohler of Southern Seminary addresses “Evangelicals, Mormons on the Same Side of Cultural Divide.” Here’s an excerpt:

Is Mormonism now a part of the American mainstream? That question raises a host of issues — including the question of what constitutes the “mainstream” now anyway?

There are two questions here. One has to do with the status of Mormonism, the second with the definition of the mainstream.

I must answer the Mormon question first, and from two perspectives. As an evangelical Christian theologian, I must clarify that Mormonism is in no way consistent with orthodox Christianity. It borrows Christian themes and texts, but its most basic beliefs directly contradict the central teachings of Christianity.

Read the entire article here. Well worth it!

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