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by Stephen E. Robinson

Author: Stephen E. Robinson
Language: English
Publisher: Bookcraft Pubs (April 1, 1991)
Pages: 133 pages
Category: Spirituality
Rating: 4.9
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Too bad this book, "Are Mormons Christians," by Stephen E. Robinson, is out of print, but this particular used volume was as though new. An excellent study, answering so many questions asked by non Mormons.

Too bad this book, "Are Mormons Christians," by Stephen E. It was for my grand daughter, leaving on a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the Mormons).

Stephen E. Robinson was born and raised in Southern California (La Crescenta/La Canada) and served a. . Robinson was born and raised in Southern California (La Crescenta/La Canada) and served a two-year mission for the LDS Church in the Northern States (Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin). In 1972, he married Janet Bowen (. CPA), and they have six children. Robinson also has several popular books, Are Mormons Christians?, Believing Christ (the "Best Book" Award-winner at ILDS Booksellers for 1995), Following Christ (the "Best Book" at ILDSB for 1996), and How Wide the Divide? (a "Best Book" Award-winner at Christianity Today in 1997).

Are Mormons Christians? book. Missionaries are taunted with it; investigators and recent.

As I have read through Mr. Robinson's book and have observed the controversy relating to whether Mormons should be included within the definition of who or what can be considered a "Christian," I am perplexed by those who claim, in reliance on the Grace of God, to be considered Christians themselves, but once they feel they are safely within His fold, quickly.

Is not the Book of Mormon another testament of Jesus Christ? How could anyone seriously doubt that Latter-day . For most Christians the canon of scripture is limited to the Bible

Is not the Book of Mormon another testament of Jesus Christ? How could anyone seriously doubt that Latter-day Saints are Christians? The purpose of this article is to help you understand why some people make this accusation. For most Christians the canon of scripture is limited to the Bible. But Latter-day Saints have a larger canon of scripture that includes the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants, and the Pearl of Great Price. The canonical exclusion, in its simplest form, says that since Latter-day Saints have books of scripture in addition to the traditional Christian Bible, they cannot be Christians.

Are Mormons Christians? by. Robinson, Stephen Edward. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Robinson claims that Mormons have been wrongly classified as non-Christian based on six faulty .

Robinson claims that Mormons have been wrongly classified as non-Christian based on six faulty "exclusions. They are exclusion by definition, misrepresentation, and name-calling, as well as on al, canonical/bib-lical, and doctrinal grounds. Exclusion By Definition. Robinson argues that the critics who claim Mormons are not Christians use "nonstandard definitions" for the word Christian. According to the standard dictionary definitions, "Latter-day Saints qualify as Christians.

Robinson, chairman of the Department of Ancient Scripture at Brigham Young University, has taught religion at.

Robinson, chairman of the Department of Ancient Scripture at Brigham Young University, has taught religion at Presbyterian and Methodist-related schools. He may be the only Latter-day Saint (LDS) to earn tenure in a non-LDS college. Among a host of recent efforts by Mormons to gain acceptance for their church as Christian, Robinson’s book is surely the most important and sophisticated. What is a Christian? Crucial to Robinson’s argument is his understanding of the nature of Christianity and what a Christian is.

Stephen Edward Robinson is a religious scholar and apologist, who is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day. Robinson also has several popular books,

As wholehearted believers in Jesus Christ as the devine Son of God and our Lord and Savior, Latter-day Saints have reactions ranging from puzzlement to frustration on being told they are not Christians. Why this accusation? This well-written, stimulating book gets to the heart of the problem.