|The Christian Companion to the Triple Combination
|Personal Freedom Outreach
|A Guide to Using Mormon Scriptures for Witnessing to Latter-day Saints
In addition to its use of the King James Bible, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) promote three additional works as inspired Scripture, The Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, and The Pearl of Great Price. These latter three volumes, when published together, are known as the "triple combination." However, few realize that these writings, particular to the Mormon church, are replete with major inconsistencies and disorder which challenge not only their claim of divine inspiration, but the very foundational beliefs of Mormonism.
The Book of Mormon is appealed to by every Mormon missionary and regarded as a "divinely inspired" additional "testament of Jesus Christ." Yet, The Book of Mormon embraces none of the central doctrines currently adhered to by the Latter-day Saint church. It also contains ridiculous and senseless statements, along with revisions, changes, and deletions throughout its various printings.
Doctrine and Covenants is the work most often appealed to as the basis for present Mormon belief. Yet, with this volume comes a parcel of internal problems, contradictions, false prophecies, errors, and changes.
The Pearl of Great Price is the least discussed, least quoted, and shortest volume of the Mormon scriptures. Nevertheless, this brief 58-page work is not without its own inconsistencies and confusion.
The Christian Companion to the Triple Combination will greatly assist the Christian's witness to a Mormon, using the LDS' own scriptures as a witnessing tool. It will also help you to present to the honest LDS the Bible as God's only and infallible revelation, which can be trusted to lead one to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. (From back cover.)
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Foreword by Bill McKeever
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