- Front Matter
- Engaging without Being Defensive
- Standing Together for the Cause of Christ
- Understanding and Being Understood
- Mormon-Evangelical Dialogue
- Catholic-Mormon Relations
- Latter-day Saint Christianity
- Helping Students Rely on the Redeemer
- When Less Is More: The Reticent Narrator in the Story of Alma and Amulek
- The Textual Context of Doctrine and Covenants 121-23
- "I Know Not"
- "Endowed with Power"
- Church Councils and Gospel Classrooms: Reservoirs of Insight and Inspiration
Whenever you talk about the Church, you should try to make this a point. That we follow Jesus Christ. We try to live as He taught. That’s the basis of our faith and our lives.
After 180 years of living mostly apart from one another, Catholics and Latter-day Saints have begun to see one another as trustworthy partners in the defense of shared moral principles and in the promotion of the common good.
In addition to the potential embarrassment of not being able to answer a question posed by a student, some religious educators may find that some gospel questions cause them trouble on a personal level.