Christian apologist Ravi Zacharias continues to sow confusion by his refusal to separate (and remain separate from) heretical teachers such as Joyce Meyer and cultists (the Mormons.)
Earlier this month, he was in Salt Lake City, headquarters of the LDS (Mormon) Church, speaking at their Tabernacle. He engaged in the same folly in 2004 when he spoke at the same LDS Tabernacle, the first Evangelical Christian to speak in that building since D.L.Moody in 1871 and 1899.
We cannot understand why any Evangelical Christian would speak (or have spoken,) in the Mormon Tabernacle, because Mormonism is not, and never has been, Christian. It was, and still is, a cult, with another Jesus and another Gospel.
Of course Mormonism is the winner whenever foolish Evangelicals, such as Ravi Zacharias and Al Mohler accept invitations to speak in famous Mormon buildings and establishments, such as the Mormon Tabernacle and Brigham Young University, because they lend respectability to the cult and muddy the waters between Biblical Christianity and deceptive Mormonism.
The following links about the increasing compromise of Ravi Zacharias are recommended. One link in particular concerns a book entitled, “The Kingdom of the Cults,” by the late Dr. Walter Martin, which was updated in 2003 with Ravi Zacharias as the General Editor. The book describes Mormonism as a cult, yet, despite this fact, and Mr. Zacharias’s name on the front cover of said book, in 2004, a year after the updated version was published, he was to be found at the Mormon Tabernacle, as the invited speaker for the Mormon cult!