Doug Harris is hosts a debate between Calvin Smith and Rev. Elizabeth Welch on the subject of Ecu
Doug Harris is hosts a debate between Calvin Smith and Stephen Sizer on the subject of has the Ch
Doug Harris is hosts a debate with Cecil Andrews and Fr. Keith McMillan about the doctrine of Mar
Doug Harris hosts a debate with Cecil Andrews and Peter Williams on the Mass and Transubstantiati
Doug Harris hosts a debate between Victor Hulbert and Gerard Chrispen on the subject of Seventh-d
Doug Harris is hosts a debate between Rev Mike Kola Ewuosho and Russell Earl Kelly on the subject
Doug Harris is hosts a debate between Jack Moorman and Dr James White on the subject should we ex
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We continue to look at the Name of God documentary being shown by Jehovah’s Witnesses. Since the last newsletter we have received an email from Rolf Furuli, one the experts in the film, commenting on the making of the film and these articles. You can find his email and my reply linked in this newsletter and on the website. The…read more →
In response to our first instalment looking at the documentary The Name of God, Rolf Furuli, one of the experts in the film, wrote to Reachout. I promised I would publish his email and my own reply and allow readers to decide for themselves how best to judge the film. Here is his email and my reply: Dear Reachout Trust…read more →
Dallin H Oaks of Mormonism’s Twelve Apostles is a lawyer and jurist (North America: legal expert, judge) and the tempered and balanced tone of his profession comes across in his April 2017 conference talk. (See also Ensign magazine, May 2017, pp 100-103) Sans passion, his delivery is measured and reasonable, if emphatic, but is ultimately frustrated by the content of…read more →
How can God possibly love us when we are, in the great scheme of things, apparently so insignificant? The psalmist wrote: ‘When I consider your heavens, the work of your fingers, the moon and the stars, which you have set in place, what is man that you are mindful of him, the son of man that you care for him?’…read more →
In our age of uncertainty where everything is examined, questioned, and doubted how can we know we belong to God’s family and have eternal life? John confidently writes of an assurance that is not always our experience, ‘I write these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God that you may know that you have…read more →
The April 2017 first presidency message by Dieter Uchtdorf, second counsellor in the Mormon presidency, is based on Romans 1:17, ‘The just shall live by faith.’ (KJV). He begins with the familiar enough story of the Rabbi and the soap maker that concludes, just as soap must be put to use to make you clean, so faith must be put…read more →