John B. Wallace, Starting at the Finish Line: The Gospel of Grace for Mormons (Pomona House Publishing, LLC, 2014). Reviewed by John Divito As a former Mormon, I was excited to hear about Starting at the Finish Line: The Gospel of Grace for Mormons. John B. Wallace, a fellow former Mormon saved by Christ’s grace, wrote […]
Last night, I was interviewed on the internet podcast “Theology Matters.” For an hour and a half, I gave a brief overview of Mormonism. We covered the historical origins of Mormonism, the LDS worldview, as well as the Mormon doctrine of Scripture, God, and salvation. My interview started about 30 minutes into the show, and you […]
Our administrator, John Divito, was recently interviewed on the Viewpoint on Mormonism radio show. As a former Mormon, he was asked by Christianity Today magazine to contribute to a discussion on Mormonism in their monthly Village Green column. After the release of this issue, Mormon blogger Jana Reiss responded with “Mormon Works vs. Evangelical Grace? Not So […]
Earlier this month, Christianity Today magazine published a brief article I wrote for their Village Green feature. They asked three of us to answer the question: “What Can Christians Learn From the Surge in Mormon Youth Missionaries?” As a former Mormon, I was grateful for the opportunity to contribute to this piece. Since the May […]
In this week’s Theology Matters, Dr. Waldron explains how Christians are called to defend our faith.
Next week, Dr. Richard Barcellos and I will be flying to Namibia, Africa to teach two modular courses to indigenous pastors and church leaders at Grace Ministerial Academy. He will be covering hermeneutics while I will handle worldviews. Please pray for us! In training these pastors, we have a wonderful opportunity but also a humbling […]
Many of you have seen the signs: “Judgment Day May 21, 2011.” But did you know that the radio broadcasting network led by Harold Camping—the prophet making this prediction—is worldwide? This picture was taken in Windhoek, Namibia. Camping’s judgment day prediction has become so well-known in Africa that national newspapers are answering the question: “Will […]
As a former Mormon, I try to keep up with the latest developments in Mormon scholarship and the defense of their faith. As many have pointed out, their approach has changed significantly over the last few decades. For those who would like to know more about this shift, I commend to you a new series […]
Bashir says he does attend Keller’s church, married to a Christian woman, and is a committed Christian.
Dr. Beale interacts with some troubling contemporary trends in evangelical scholarship.