Wednesday, August 15, 2012

IT'S TRUE An Evangelical Pastor's Journey to Truth in the Mormon Church By TOM SCOTT

About the book:
From an early age, Tom Scott's thirst for truth led him to serve the Lord and seek the Spirit, ultimately going from participating in church choirs to serving as an evangelical pastor for 27 years.
Then, he and his wife, Maggie, had a rather strange encounter - an interaction with members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - the Mormons. Completely taken aback at first meeting the people he believed - and had preached - were part of a cult, Tom set out to investigate what this Mormon religion was all about.
It's True tells of Tom's initial reaction, what he learned about the Mormons and what he discovered - that the LDS people are, indeed, Christians and the precepts they teach are true.


IT'S TRUE An Evangelical Pastor's Journey to Truth in the Mormon Church  By TOM SCOTT is a short book,but it is packed with spiritual power.
Tom Scott was an Evangelical Pastor for 27 years, doing everything he could to bring people to Jesus Christ. It is evident as he tells his story that the Spirit was working in his life from an early age. Tom was taught from childhood that the Mormon Church was a cult.
It's True is the story of Tom and Maggie Scott's journey to learn the truth about the Mormon Church and the people that call themselves Mormons.
It is a sweet but powerful testimony of Tom and Maggie's discovery that Mormons are Christians, and their conversion to the Mormon church.
I would recommend this book to everyone, but especially those who aren't Mormon and have doubts about what we believe. Read it prayerfully and with an open mind.
IT'S TRUE An Evangelical Pastor's Journey to Truth in the Mormon Church by Tom Scott is available on www.amazon.com or www.inglestonepublishing.com.
To learn more about Tom Scott CLICK HERE .

picture taken 7/21/12 at Latter Day Cottage in Mesa, AZ

1 comment:

  1. Great post, Mary!! It was fun to see you at the book signing. :)

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