It is difficult to imagine what they may have in common other than money and the
power of persuasion.
It's easy to see what they have in common: they both believe in Jesus
Christ that he is the messiah, and savior of the world.
Yesterday at BYU, Ravi drew attention to the eternal, uncreated nature of Jesus
Christ and his subsequent incarnation. This is significantly different than
Mormon Christology. I'm wondering if many understood the implications.