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Category Archives: Compassionate Boldness
Friends of MRM, We are down to a mere month and a half before we hold our 2011 Compassionate Boldness Conference (Oct. 14-15, 2011). Unlike MRM’s Compassionate Boldness Symposiums, the conference features the expertise of a number of people who … Continue reading
All the MP3s are now available for $2.99 each.
This is the last day before the registration rates for the Compassionate Boldness conference increase by ten dollars. Come and hear James White speak on the Trinity! For a list of speakers and rates, visit CompassionateBoldness.com. Also, the MP3-CD of … Continue reading
[SWF]http://www.youtube.com/v/k4vMgl36a8U,425,344[/SWF] Ron Huggins’ entire talk, “Those ‘Abominable’ Creeds”, is now available for $2.99 on MP3 audio and $3.99 on MP4 video. His suggestion on the use of “homoousios” between Mormons and Christians is particularly interesting. This talk was really helpful … Continue reading
[SWF]http://www.youtube.com/v/ZhqteR_UOqw&hl=en&fs=1, 425, 344[/SWF] Bryan Hurlbutt’s entire talk, “Discerning the Wind: Responding to the ‘Trump Card’ of Mormon Personal Religious Experience”, is now available for $2.99 on MP3 audio and $3.99 on MP4 video. I love his description of true Christianity … Continue reading
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