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Mormons updating practices

That is no longer the case, and many consider them to be a mainstream Christian denomination. It has been an enjoyable group to be part of because we are willing to learn from each other and appreciate our differences.

Jackson shows how Mormonism diverges from orthodox Christianity in key matters of theology, but his tone is that of a careful teacher who seeks to explain rather than merely to debunk."—Mark D.

Roberts, Senior Director and Scholar-in-Residence, Laity Lodge; Author of "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a rapidly growing, international religious movement whose leadership allows for more diversity of thought than many outsiders realize.

Mormon's are taught to love and respect people from all religions.

He tended to use LDS sources and mostly reputable non-LDS sources.

I believe that most Mormons would not like this book due to its tone, but would probably agree that he is mostly accurate.

There are enough exceptions that I had to explain to my study group, that I can't wholeheartedly recommend this book.

Mormons have a deep love for the Bible and feel that they take it more literally than many other Christian religions.