Christmas Gifts God Part 2



We are focusing on citations that come from Christmas books given away by the First Presidency each Christmas from 1981-1989. These 37 classic books feature the first 16 LDS presidents as well as Apostle James E. Talmage. If the First Presidency thought they were valuable enough to give away, then the teachings from these books must be considered important. We think you will find these citations to be interesting.

During this series MRM is raising funds for its radio show/podcast. If you would like a PDF electronic copy of both:

  • Bill McKeever’s In their Own Words, a searchable file with close to 400 pages full of LDS quotations compiled to help the researcher of Mormonism; Bill and Eric regularly use this book in their shows
  • A copy of all the citations used during the first month of this series

Then give a generous gift, your choice, to MRM. Simply visit mrm.org, click the Donate button on the right side, make a tax-deductible donation and in the comment please put “PDF.” If you listen to a radio station, please put the call letters of your station or your city/state. If you listen on podcast, put your city/state. This will help us immensely. We will email your copy of the PDF files within the next week. Thank you for your support.


Christmas Book Citations God



We are focusing on citations that come from Christmas books given away by the First Presidency each Christmas from 1981-1989. These 37 classic books feature the first 16 LDS presidents as well as Apostle James E. Talmage. If the First Presidency thought they were valuable enough to give away, then the teachings from these books must be considered important. We think you will find these citations to be interesting.

During this series MRM is raising funds for its radio show/podcast. If you would like a PDF electronic copy of both:

  • Bill McKeever’s In their Own Words, a searchable file with close to 400 pages full of LDS quotations compiled to help the researcher of Mormonism; Bill and Eric regularly use this book in their shows
  • A copy of all the citations used during the first month of this series

Then give a generous gift, your choice, to MRM. Simply visit mrm.org, click the Donate button on the right side, make a tax-deductible donation and in the comment please put “PDF.” If you listen to a radio station, please put the call letters of your station or your city/state. If you listen on podcast, put your city/state. This will help us immensely. We will email your copy of the PDF files within the next week. Thank you for your support.


Christmas Book Citations God Part 1



We are focusing on citations that come from Christmas books given away by the First Presidency each Christmas from 1981-1989. These 37 classic books feature the first 16 LDS presidents as well as Apostle James E. Talmage. If the First Presidency thought they were valuable enough to give away, then the teachings from these books must be considered important. We think you will find these citations to be interesting.

During this series MRM is raising funds for its radio show/podcast. If you would like a PDF electronic copy of both:

  • Bill McKeever’s In their Own Words, a searchable file with close to 400 pages full of LDS quotations compiled to help the researcher of Mormonism; Bill and Eric regularly use this book in their shows
  • A copy of all the citations used during the first month of this series

Then give a generous gift, your choice, to MRM. Simply visit mrm.org, click the Donate button on the right side, make a tax-deductible donation and in the comment please put “PDF.” If you listen to a radio station, please put the call letters of your station or your city/state. If you listen on podcast, put your city/state. This will help us immensely. We will email your copy of the PDF files within the next week. Thank you for your support.


Christmas Books Citations Truth Part 2



We are focusing on citations that come from Christmas books given away by the First Presidency each Christmas from 1981-1989. These 37 classic books feature the first 16 LDS presidents as well as Apostle James E. Talmage. If the First Presidency thought they were valuable enough to give away, then the teachings from these books must be considered important. We think you will find these citations to be interesting.

During this series MRM is raising funds for its radio show/podcast. If you would like a PDF electronic copy of both:

  • Bill McKeever’s In their Own Words, a searchable file with close to 400 pages full of LDS quotations compiled to help the researcher of Mormonism; Bill and Eric regularly use this book in their shows
  • A copy of all the citations used during the first month of this series

Then give a generous gift, your choice, to MRM. Simply visit mrm.org, click the Donate button on the right side, make a tax-deductible donation and in the comment please put “PDF.” If you listen to a radio station, please put the call letters of your station or your city/state. If you listen on podcast, put your city/state. This will help us immensely. We will email your copy of the PDF files within the next week. Thank you for your support.


Christmas books from the First Presidency Truth



We are focusing on citations that come from Christmas books given away by the First Presidency each Christmas from 1981-1989. These 37 classic books feature the first 16 LDS presidents as well as Apostle James E. Talmage. If the First Presidency thought they were valuable enough to give away, then the teachings from these books must be considered important. We think you will find these citations to be interesting.

During this series MRM is raising funds for its radio show/podcast. If you would like a PDF electronic copy of both:

  • Bill McKeever’s In their Own Words, a searchable file with close to 400 pages full of LDS quotations compiled to help the researcher of Mormonism; Bill and Eric regularly use this book in their shows
  • A copy of all the citations used during the first month of this series

Then give a generous gift, your choice, to MRM. Simply visit mrm.org, click the Donate button on the right side, make a tax-deductible donation and in the comment please put “PDF.” If you listen to a radio station, please put the call letters of your station or your city/state. If you listen on podcast, put your city/state. This will help us immensely. We will email your copy of the PDF files within the next week. Thank you for your support.


Introduction to Christmas Book Citations Introduction



Today begins an exciting new series on citations that come from Christmas books given away by the First Presidency each Christmas from 1981-1989. These 37 classic books feature the first 16 LDS presidents as well as Apostle James E. Talmage. If the First Presidency thought they were valuable enough to give away, then the teachings from these books must be considered important. We think you will find these citations to be interesting.

During this series MRM is raising funds for its radio show/podcast. If you would like a PDF electronic copy of both:

  • Bill McKeever’s In their Own Words, close to 400 pages full of LDS quotations compiled to help the researcher of Mormonism; Bill and Eric regularly use this book in their shows
  • A copy of all the citations used during the first month of this series

Then give a generous gift, your choice, to MRM. Simply visit mrm.org, click the Donate button on the right side, make a tax-deductible donation and in the comment please put “PDF.” If you listen to a radio station, please put the call letters of your station or your city/state. If you listen on podcast, put your city/state. This will help us immensely. We will email your copy of the PDF files within the next week. Thank you for your support.


Aaron vs. Kwaku: The Debate Part 5



MRM’s Aaron Shafovaloff talks with MRM founder Bill McKeever about his debate with LDS apologist Kwaku El and provides some commentary. To watch the debate, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMAKQ9g8zT8


Aaron vs. Kwaku: The Debate Part 4



MRM’s Aaron Shafovaloff talks with MRM founder Bill McKeever about his debate with LDS apologist Kwaku El and provides some commentary. To watch the debate, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMAKQ9g8zT8


Aaron vs. Kwaku: The Debate Part 3



MRM’s Aaron Shafovaloff talks with MRM founder Bill McKeever about his debate with LDS apologist Kwaku El and provides some commentary. To watch the debate, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMAKQ9g8zT8


Aaron vs. Kwaku: The Debate Part 2



MRM’s Aaron Shafovaloff talks with MRM founder Bill McKeever about his debate with LDS apologist Kwaku El and provides some commentary. To watch the debate, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMAKQ9g8zT8


Aaron vs. Kwaku: The Debate Part 1



MRM’s Aaron Shafovaloff talks with MRM founder Bill McKeever about his debate with LDS apologist Kwaku El and provides some commentary. To watch the debate, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMAKQ9g8zT8


Eight First Vision Truths Part 5



In the Spring 2020 conference happening next week, the leaders have promised that the theme will be the bicentennial of the “First Vision.” In this repeat series, Bill McKeever and Eric Johnson take a closer look at the February 2020 Ensign Magazine, considering the First Vision and if this is truly a historic event.


Eight First Vision Truths Part 4



In the Spring 2020 conference happening next week, the leaders have promised that the theme will be the bicentennial of the “First Vision.” In this repeat series, Bill McKeever and Eric Johnson take a closer look at the February 2020 Ensign Magazine, considering the First Vision and if this is truly a historic event.


Eight First Vision Truths Part 3



In the Spring 2020 conference happening next week, the leaders have promised that the theme will be the bicentennial of the “First Vision.” In this repeat series, Bill McKeever and Eric Johnson take a closer look at the February 2020 Ensign Magazine, considering the First Vision and if this is truly a historic event.


Eight First Vision Truths Part 2



In the Spring 2020 conference happening next week, the leaders have promised that the theme will be the bicentennial of the “First Vision.” In this repeat series, Bill McKeever and Eric Johnson take a closer look at the February 2020 Ensign Magazine, considering the First Vision and if this is truly a historic event.


Eight First Vision Truths Part 1



In the Spring 2020 conference happening next week, the leaders have promised that the theme will be the bicentennial of the “First Vision.” In this repeat series, Bill McKeever and Eric Johnson take a closer look at the February 2020 Ensign Magazine, considering the First Vision and if this is truly a historic event.


God Loves Mormons Videos: Baptism for the Dead



Pastors Ritch Sandford and Bradley Campbell have produced a series of short videos that are incredibly helpful. Today we consider the topic of baptism for the dead.


God Loves Mormons Videos Part 1



Pastors Ritch Sandford and Bradley Campbell have produced a series of short videos that are incredibly helpful. Listen in as Bill and Eric interview the two behind the creativity of this newer YouTube channel.


Saints: The Standard of Truth Part 30: Joseph Smith’s Death



In the last day of this 6-week series that took a look at the LDS Church history book Saints, Bill McKeever and Eric Johnson cover the death of Joseph Smith, which was anything but a martyrdom.


Saints: The Standard of Truth Part 29: D&C 132



In the final week (of 6) covering different parts of the LDS Church history book Saints, Bill McKeever and Eric Johnson take a closer look at D&C 132, the section regarding polygamy.


Saints: The Standard of Truth Part 28: Hyrum Smith Embraces Polygamy



In the final week (of 6) covering different parts of the LDS Church history book Saints, Bill McKeever and Eric Johnson take a look at Joseph Smith’s brother, Hyrum, as he at first rejects polygamy and then comes to the realization (in his mind) that God really would allow for a man to marry multiple women.


Saints: The Standard of Truth Part 27: The Partridge Sisters (Part 2)



In the final week (of 6) covering different parts of the LDS Church history book Saints, Bill McKeever and Eric Johnson continue where they left off yesterday as they take a closer look at the Partridge sisters, whom Joseph Smith married both, first behind his wife Emma’s back and later with her approval.