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How can Christians speak the Good News to Mormons so that it really sounds like good news?
Wrestling with this and other questions has led Salt Lake City resident David Rowe to a new way of sharing Christ with Latter-day Saints. "Mormons are three-dimensional human beings with their own culture, lingo, and worldview," Rowe explains. In evangelism, our words will be more effective if we start by learning and respecting LDS culture. Rowe's keen insights, helpful illustrations, and practical discussion questions will help readers to build bridges to Mormon friends and neighbors.
David L. Rowe (M.S., Ph.D., M.Div.) is a professor and the dean of spiritual life at Salt Lake Theological Seminary. He teaches courses in homiletics and communication, spiritual formation, cross cultural ministry, worship theology, and biblical studies. He lives in Utah.
Very good insight into the Mormon culture without the Mormon bashing you find in other books.Published 5 months ago by L. Henrickson
Good things to take from it, but take everything with a grain of salt. There isn't an exact formula or method.Published 6 months ago by Joel Smith
If you want to better understand your LDS neighbor, this is the book to read. This book is brief, easy to understand and is written by one who knows. . . . Read morePublished 11 months ago by jsprout3
This book shows us an example of how to respect and honor one's religion by not arguing each other's belief, but by understanding their culture and way of life and loving them the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by jarmag
I am very impressed by the detail and insight that Dr. Rowe has to share. He writes in a way that anyone can understand, and offers practical advice for sharing Jesus with Mormons.Published on May 14, 2013 by Colin
An awesome book about how to love someone who has a different view, faith, or culture than you. I got as much out of this book about me as I did about how to understand some dear... Read morePublished on April 17, 2013 by newmanmd
Living in the UK, I have no contact with Mormons except online and in books - I've never knowingly spoken to a member of the LDS church in "real life", and certainly never talked... Read morePublished on October 17, 2012 by tiggrie AKA Sarah
Mr. Rowe's book I heart Mormons, is more subtly antagonistic to Latter-day Saints theology than most people are used to, which is nice, but this book is still a "how can we prove... Read morePublished on October 9, 2012 by Paigemaster
I appreciate the good will involved in this book very much. But anyone who knows anything about the beliefs and doctrines of real Mormons - members of the Church of Jesus Christ... Read morePublished on May 7, 2012 by woodsea1