Latter-day Saints constitute a large, unreached people group. Their strong religio-cultural identity makes them resistant to the historic, biblical gospel, but growing numbers are open. Ministries are reaching Latter-day Saints by proclaiming the God’s good news in ways that take LDS culture into account. This seminar explores Mormonism as a culture and how to frame our message in light of that unique cultural identity.
Presented at the Urbana Student Missions Conference, in St. Louis, Missouri on December 28, 2015.
Mormonism: Cult or Culture? (58:38)
Lecture Notes (pdf)