Should Christians confront Mormon missionaries when they knock on the front door?

Veinot, L. L. (Don) Jr.; Wilder, Lynn K.; Willson, Cory B.
May 2015
Christianity Today;May2015, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p26
The article presents the views of Christians on confronting Mormon missionaries who knock on their houses. One discusses how she resists succumbing to her irritation and temper when missionaries come to the door. Another talks about Mormons' distrust of the Bible. Another one discusses the importance of reaching out to those who are not Christians and know they are not Christians such as Hindus and Jews.


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