It is in response to a call he heard on conservative talk radio which basically said, "I ain’t votin’ for no cult member!" regarding why he would NOT vote for Mormon Mitt Romney (which I hear all the time on talk radio.)
My wife read this book years ago and said it was really good. Also, the last couple of chapters give great apologetics when dealing with Mormons:
Out of Mormonism: A Woman’s True Story Author(s): Judy Robertson Publisher: Bethany House Publishers Price: FREE DOWNLOAD
When Judy and Jim Robertson felt a spiritual void in their lives, they found “”the finest people in the world””
to embrace them and a beautifully packaged religion to entice them. Once drawn into Mormonism, they quickly climbed to leadership positions and became worthy temple Mormons, only to become disillusioned with the teaching and demands of the LDS church. From her unique insider’s viewpoint, Judy shares her life as a Mormon woman, her rediscovery of the Jesus of the Bible, and how she and Jim found freedom as they left the LDS church in the face of persecution and confrontation.
I’ve studied alot about Mormonism but learned alot from this 30 minute audio (don’t worry, no talk of law/gospel here):
On this edition of the program [White Horse Inn] Michael Horton talks with Adam Christing, writer and director of a new documentary about a relatively unknown aspect of the life of Joseph Smith, namely his candidacy for President of the United States. Mike and Adam also discuss the history and theology of Mormonism, as well as some of the political questions that have arisen relating to Mitt Romney’s run for office. Are Mormons Christians? Is it okay to vote for a Mormon President? These issues and more will be discussed on this edition of White Horse Inn.