I’m sorry my time has been consumed with a great number of other things lately. Among them regular meetings with a couple of Mormon missionaries from the great state of Colorado and meetings with a recent Mormon convert to Lutheranism. (He left the Mormon church a week before we started meeting and I’m doing what I can to encourage him in his journey and explain Protestantism to him).
My wife passed this email from ConversantLife.com on to me so I thought I would share it here. Sean and Brett were two of my classmates in college. They both live near me and I bump into them about once a year or so. They use trips to Salt Lake City and Berkeley as a means of giving students practical applications for their studies in theology, philosophy and Christian apologetics.
Last week two of our intrepid bloggers, Sean McDowell and Brett Kunkle, traveled to Utah with a team of six leaders and 23 students to interact with Mormon students at BYU, knock on doors in Salt Lake City, and tour Temple Square to learn about the history and doctrine of Mormonism. Sean writes about the experience in two fascinating blogs, “Conversations With Mormons.” And Brett, who serves with Stand to Reason Ministries, reflects on the “Reality of the Resurrection” in a three-part blog. These are inspiring and instructive articles on the core values of the Christian faith, which hinge on the reality of the living Christ. Read and post your comments. Sean and Brett want to know what you think!