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Feb 07, Randy Powell rated it it was ok. I don't believe it is either helpful nor fair to either side to expect the "other" to change in order to be accepted. True dialogue can only happen when both sides engage one another without expectations for concessions, but rather with the goal mutual understanding and acceptance of difference.
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About Richard J. Richard J. Richard John Mouw is a theologian and philosopher. He held the position of President at Fuller Theological Seminary for 20 years , and continues to hold the post of Professor of Faith and Public Life. Books by Richard J.
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For over a decade Fuller Seminary president Richard Mouw has participated in Mormon-evangelical dialogue with a view to developing a better understanding between the two groups. His participation in these discussions has drawn severe criticism and even anger from people who believe such talks are pointless or even dangerous. This brief, highly accessible book is his answer. Advocating humility, patience, and a willingness to admit our own shortcomings, Mouw shows why it is necessary to move beyond stark denunciation to a dialogue that allows both parties to express differences and explore common ground.
Without papering over significantly divergent perspectives on important issues like the role of prophecy, the nature of God, and the creeds, Mouw points to areas in which Mormon-evangelical dialogue evidences hope for the future.
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