If you or someone you know is transitioning from Mormonism into a traditional Christian faith, this 20-day series will help you understand some of the most important foundational teachings of the Bible – especially those that are different from Mormonism. Explore a topic every day on your own (click on View Lesson Resources), then connect with a mentor every week to talk about it.
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The Bible has been around for thousands of years, carefully translated and maintained for the benefit of people today. But where did we get it, and how do we know it’s trustworthy?
How the books of the New Testament were put together and made it around the world.
Because of the age of the Bible and the materials on which it was written, we don’t have any of the original manuscripts. This has led some people to argue that the Bible we have today is inaccurate. But the evidence tells another story.
If the Bible is true, then we should expect the work of archeology to support the Bible. As we examine archeology we find this is exactly what happens.
The biblical theme of “holiness” is bigger than the idea of being “morally good” – it describes how God is the uniquely creative force behind the whole universe.
Jesus is important to both Latter-day Saints and traditional Christians. Both largely agree on Jesus’ earthly life, but diverge significantly about Jesus’ pre-earth identity.
People find it confusing to think of God as a Spirit. Does he have a body? Is he a ghost?
Jesus became human to lower the ladder from heaven to earth all the way to the bottom – for us.
Jesus is important to both Latter-day Saints and traditional Christians. Both groups agree on much about Jesus’ earthly life, but diverge in a major way about Jesus’ pre-earth identity.
Confused by the Trinity? Learn the very basics of God’s triune nature, and why it matters so much.
The Trinity is one of the most confusing and controversial doctrines in Christianity, but it’s also one of the most important. The Trinity brings us to the mystery of God.
The best way to begin to understand the Trinity is to get a solid, biblical definition of the term. The first part of that definition is this: there is one God.
The second part of the definition of the Trinity is this: God is three persons. God has eternally existed as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and the biblical evidence for this fact is clear.
The third and final part of the doctrine of the Trinity is this: each person of the Trinity, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, is fully God. This is fundamental to a biblical understanding of God.
Have you ever wonder what is the point of the Old Testament sacrifices? Find out in this lesson on the Atonement.
The Bible pictures every human standing before God in his courtroom. This powerful image shows us how desperate our need for help truly is.
The Grace Narrative requires each of us to recognize that we are sinners, and not better than anyone – so we can never judge.
Are you ready to start a relationship with God by trusting Jesus? This conversation will help you get to your defining moment of faith.
Most religions have a list of things that people are supposed to do and how people are supposed to act in order to please God. But, is this really what it is all about? Is this what God really wants from us?