Seekers of Truth

A new video is in the works entitled "Seekers of Truth." In this upcoming documentary, Sean McDowell takes "22 high school students [on] a mission trip to Salt Lake City, Utah" where they dig into the religion of Mormonism vs. Christianity. I am super excited about this, having read a few books exposing Mormonism (and of course, being a big fan of the McDowells); and judging from the trailer, it looks like it will be awesome! Check it out:


  1. Okay, this HAS to be the next independent film in our DVD collection. Do you have any idea when the release date is?

  2. Oh my gosh! I HAVE TO SEE THIS FILM!!!!!!! It looks like Underground Reality from VOM, only in the United States! Wow!!!!!! (You can tell I'm excited!) =D

  3. The release date has not yet been announced, but I'll be sure to update you on any new information as I hear it. I agree, this one's going on my shelf ASAP! :)

  4. It's called "Reality" TV at its best! ;) I love films that take a realistic, yet Christian approach to issues like this... I'm super excited!

  5. i love this... thanks for posting the vid...

    Hope you are well .. have a beautiful Sunday!!

    Lots of love,

  6. Interesting. Its sad that the mormon religion tries to tell people that they are Christian. This can be very confusing to someone who does not know Jesus Christ as their Savior, God as their Father. They can be misled into many errors.

    I had two young men come to my porch last summer while I was sitting on it. They were very polite and asked if they could talk about the Bible with me. I asked them who they were representing, which church. They stated that they were mormons. I told them to wait one moment, I went in the house to get a tract. I tried to hand it to them but they declined. So I said, well if you do not wish to read this then I do not wish to listen to you. They attempted to talk about mormonism but I politely said for them to come back when they are willing to hear me as well.


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