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70. LDS / non-LDS Exchange
Nov 3rd, 2008 by mormonmisc at 3:15 pm

70. LDS / non-LDS Exchange

Don Ormsby, a guest host on the Mormon Miscellaneous Worldwide Talk Show, talks with Randy Loeppky a non-LDS Christian an active advocate that Mormon claims are false and Mormons are not Christian. 

Discussion of whether or not the Church officers named in the New Testament should be continued in the Christian Church today.

 Participants asked about Sunday restrictions, who will be saved?, the Nicene Creed and early views of the possibility of man's deification; revelation, why accept the Bible as the exclusive standard.

Talk Show host: Van Hale, LDS

Mormon Miscellaneous Worldwide Talk Show 31 August 2008
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    • scc

      At the first of this talk show, Don keeps reminding Randy that the gospel of jesus christ was built upon the foundation of Apostles and Prophets. Randy would not accept this and say its not necessary. Can a house stand without a foundation? No. The gospel of Jesus Christ can not stand without its foundation either, which is Apostles and Prophets. The scriptures are clear on this as Don keeps pointing out.

      Nov 10, 2009 at 5:14 am
    • Carl

      Jesus promised the thief that was crucified with him that he would be in paradise with him. It does not talk about him being saved. Sorry, but there was not a single satisfactory answer from Randy. His reason for believing that the Bible is the exclusive word of God seems to be that it was written over a period of 1500 years. Is that really convincing?

      Mar 23, 2010 at 5:15 pm