UGP 129 - Talking Trinity and Prophets with LDS - Ritch Sandford - Part 2
TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODE
Pastor Ritch Sandford identifies the top four topics Mormons identified as being different from historic, traditional Christianity as he met with them and talked to them. The top two things Mormons felt Christians got wrong had to do with Trinity and Prophets. In this episode, Ritch shares the talking points he's used to avoid debate and build bridges, and what he learned from listening to the LDS perspective. What he shares is surprising and even unexpected. A little grace goes a long way.
- God works all things for the good (Romans 8:28)
- God is, and is with God (John 1:1-2)
- Sons and daughters shall prophecy (Acts 2)
- Speaks to us through his son Jesus, the singular prophet (Hebrews 1:1-2)
- One mediator (1 Timothy 2:5)
- A word from another believer (1 Thessalonians 5:14; Proverbs 17:17; Hebrews 10:23-25)
- Grace (James 2)
QUOTES FROM THIS EPISODE
The top 4 LDS differences from Christianity seem to revolve around the trinity, authority, prophecy and grace. ~Ritch
The Trinitarian God of the Bible is co-eternal (all three of have existed in eternal past and eternal future) and co-equal (having different roles but equal roles). ~Lynn
We have a singular prophet today his name is Jesus. ~Ritch
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How to Witness to Mormons: https://unveilingmormonism.com/ministering-to-mormons
What the Bible teaches about the persons of the Godhead: http://bib.irr.org/biblical-basis-of-doctrine-of-trinity
Topical guide: https://www.adamsroadministry.com/bible-topic-guide-list
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Part Three with Ritch Sandford addresses the issues of authority and grace and how they differ with Mormon faith and Christianity.