New Book Uncovers the Half-Truths Behind Mormonism

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Author's journey on Road to Emmaus reaped wealth of godly insight

On the third day after the crucifixion, two disciples met Jesus on the Road to Emmaus, where they both had their eyes opened to the truth and professed their belief in Him. Xulon author Paul Cramer met Jesus on this same road, and He opened his eyes to all the things he had believed as a Mormon. After walking through miles of Scriptures, Cramer could no longer deny that the religion he formerly practiced was composed of half-truths. His debut book, A Mormon on the Road to Emmaus: An Eye-Opening Walk with Jesus Christ (paperback, 978-1-60477-686-7), clearly defines what God says about all of the following: priesthood, eternal marriage, the triune nature of God, where man is from, who Jesus is, and what His relationship is to Lucifer. Whatever the doctrine or teaching of the Mormon Church, the Bible has spoken on the subject; this book reveals what the Bible has said.

Says Cramer, "This book may be [the] greatest help to those on their way out of Mormonism. Those in the Christian faith looking for understanding as to the beliefs of Mormons will be amazed at how much truth there really is within the Mormon teachings; however, the truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ has been twisted into a lie."

Within months of the author's arrival in Salt Lake City, the capital of Mormonism, he began the journey that would compel him to leave the faith of his fathers and lead to a divine encounter with Jesus Christ. That encounter, he says, left him with a vision to help other Mormons see the coming destruction that is just ahead of them. "My mission field is the Salt Lake Valley of Utah, the field with the greatest potential of un-harvested souls in North America," he explains. "The field is ripe and ready to harvest!"

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 5,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order A Mormon on the Road to Emmaus through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.


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