Monday, March 22, 2010

Free Online E-book: Letters to a Mormon Elder by James R. White

James White engages in scholarly debate with leading apologists, seeking not only to show the clear light of truth upon error, but to encourage the Christian in their faith and their own apologetic responsibility. Dr. White is the director of Alpha and Omega Ministries, based in Phoenix, Arizona. He is a professor, teaching Greek, Hebrew, and apologetics. He has authored more than a dozen books, including Letters To A Mormon Elder, The King James Only Controversy, The Forgotten Trinity, The Potter's Freedom, and The God Who Justifies. He is an elder of the Phoenix Reformed Baptist Church, and is married to Kelli, and has two children, Joshua and Summer.

The entire book can be found here and is as follows:

Preface- Introduction

Letter 1- What is Truth?

Letter 2- But is IT translated correctly

Letter 3- Errors in God's Word?

Letter 4- The Doctrine of God: Monotheism vs. Polytheism

Letter 5- Elohim and Jehovah: One God

Letter 6- Latter Day Revelation and the "First Vision"

Letter 7- Further Testing of Joseph Smith, "the Prophet"

Letter 8- The Book of Mormon and the Book of Abraham

Letter 9- Come Let Us Reason Together

Letter 10- Meet the Awesome God of the Bible

Letter 11- But the Bible says...

Letter 12- The Truth about Jesus Christ

Letter 13- The Atonement of the Lord Jesus

Letter 14- The Gospel of Grace of the Grace of God in Jesus Christ

Letter 15- Faith, Works, Justification

Letter 16- Questions from a Friend

Letter 17- Grace, Grace, Grace

Letter 18- The Mission President Speaks

Letter 19- Conclusion

Bonus Article- The LDS position on the Virgin Birth

You can find more articles on Mormonism by James White here.

This book has been added to our Free Apologetics E-book Library located here.

Courage and Godspeed,


Marcus McElhaney said...

Chad, Thank you, Thank you!!!!

Chad said...


No problem! I was excited to find it myself!


Lavinia4truth said...

Thank you for another great resource!

Chad said...


You are welcome! Hope it proves helpful!