Are Evangelicals and Mormons Now “Together”?

For the past 16 years, Dr. Richard Mouw, the former president of Fuller Theological Seminary, has provided both impetus and leadership for the on-going and ever-increasing dialogue between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity (“Former Fuller Seminary President Argues Mormons May Be 'Approaching Orthodoxy',” Christian Post, 4-18-16). Mouw cites two lines of evidence that Mormonism is changing.

FEA Praises God for 88 Years!

April 17, 2016, marked the 88th anniversary of the Fundamental Evangelistic Association. We are incredibly grateful to the Lord for the opportunity to serve Him these many years, and we are thankful for the thousands of men and women who have seen the need for this ministry and supported the FEA through their prayers and gifts. Of course, many who have been a part of this ministry in years past are now at home with the Lord, and a new generation may not be as familiar with the history of the FEA.

The Decision Is Ours To Make

The present is a time not for ease or pleasure, but for earnest and prayerful work. A terrible crisis unquestionably has arisen in the Church. In the ministry of evangelical churches are to be found hosts of those who reject the gospel of Christ. By the equivocal use of traditional phrases, by the representation of differences of opinion as though they were only differences about the interpretation of the Bible, entrance into the Church was secured for those who are hostile to the very foundations of the faith.

God's Word: Provision for Prosperity

We have often heard it said that man shapes his own destiny—that he is left to his own devices and, in the final analysis, is answerable to himself alone. It has also been said that an infinite God (if there is such a being) would certainly not be so condescending as to reveal Himself to finite man, much less demonstrate any compassion or concern for him. This attitude, which has prevailed throughout the centuries, has lulled countless multitudes into the false notion of unaccountability—and that to their eternal despair.

The Present Outlook

It is never easy to forecast a future. In nature, one can calculate with a certainty almost unerring the movements of the heavenly bodies, the date of an eclipse, the reappearance of a comet. The uniformity of nature’s laws enables us to rely on sunrising and sunsetting, on ebb and flow of tides, on the general procession of the seasons. But even science can only predict the future within limits and in many departments cannot certainly predict beyond a few days or hours.

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