Because we love each other, and I know for certain that she desires to know the truth with a passion, we want to work out our religious differences and come to a common understanding of truth.
My beliefs are solid and it'll take nothing less than a conviction from the Holy Spirit to change them, But I fear that hers are also.
When I saw your section on Mormonism under The Relationship of the Father, The Son, and the Holy Spirit I had to write you.
I guess I'd just like some insight on the situation, and a recommendation on how I should go about convincing her of the Trinity (and eventually the fallibility of the Book of Mormon) .
What I have witnessed is that when a Christian and a Mormon will date and get married, neither had been that serious about their respective faith and/ or did not understand them well.
But after they get married, one of them begins to get serious. I have known of cases where the Mormon church, despite all it's public rhetoric about the importance of family, has virtually forced the Mormon to get a divorce when the spouse did not prove "receptive" to the Mormon faith.
Dear Gary, I recently came across your website in search for an explanation of the trinity.
It's something that, as a firm believer in Christ, I have always believed in, yet never understood.
Or, 2 (and related to 1): One or both of you are not that "serious" about your faith.
Tell her to check out the original sources herself.
They should be available in her Mormon church's library or at a Mormon bookstore.
The point is, get her to confront what the Mormon church really teaches.
It is only by bringing this out now that you two can really look at and discuss the differences between Mormonism and Christianity.
And when he or she does, then that person begins to realize the immense differences between their faiths. In one case, the Mormon church even provided a truck and helped the Mormon woman move out of the Christian's house!