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The question of whether Mormons are Christians has received a lot of attention lately. It has been debated in the media and by members of other faiths, and the debate will probably continue for a long time. However, the final word on whether Mormons are Christians will be decided by only one — and that is Jesus Christ himself. In this fireside presentation, Brother Bytheway discusses an experience at an Eagle Court of Honor and a conversation he had on an airplane with an evangelical minister, both of which spurred a search through the scriptures that led to a peaceful conviction: The heart of the matter is not what others think, but what Jesus knows.
- Number of discs: 1
- Published: 2009
About the Author
John Bytheway is a bestselling author, favorite speaker, and part-time instructor at Brigham Young University. His many titles include Heroes: Lessons from the Book of Mormon; Standards Night Live; Isaiah for Airheads; A Crash Course in Teenage Survival; Behind Every Good Man and his most recent book, Of Pigs, Pearls & Prodigals. He has also created numerous talks on CD, many of which are combined in The John Bytheway Collection, Vols. 1 and 2.
John served a mission to the Philippines and holds a master’s degree in Religious Education. He and his wife, Kimberly, have six children.
Very Well Done
by DeAnn - reviewed on July 28, 2009
This is aimed more at young adults and adults although some older teens may find it helpful. Through personal stories and doctrine, this talk really helped me understand how to articulate to others my feelings about my own christianity without being defensive or apologetic. Very well done!
A Keeper I will listen to over and over!
by DEJAH - reviewed on July 28, 2009
I was blown away by this talk! John Bytheway has such a talent for entertaining and amazing us with his insights into the scriptures. It was enlightening listening to the scriptures on “merits” showing us that Jesus not only makes up the gap after all we can do, but in reality there is no gap – we cannot save ourselves on any level! Faith and works are vitally important, but Jesus is my Savior. WOW I am definitely sharing this talk with my friends and family so I can discuss this with them.