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The Judgment of Future Generations

Anaconda Wrote: May 31, 2013 7:19 AM
Cashe, Your first point is correct that there are those that do not fear either judgment. Your second is false because Mormons have many practices that are not sanctioned in the Bible. Now, I have seen a lot of Mormons on this board that are whining that they are "offended" that they are not being called Christian. Face it, you are Mormon. Why is this a problem? I have many mormon friends and they agree that they are Mormon. WE have excellent conversations about faith. The more we have gotten to know one another, the more different we have discovered our religions are. What I have discovered about Mormons is that they are excellent Americans, excellent neighbors, fun people to be around and very kind. They are not Christians though.
tntallen6 Wrote: May 31, 2013 8:23 PM
The statement is false. When I was baptized, I accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior. This is the definition of Christianity. You can't tell someone who believes in Jesus Christ that they aren't a Christian because you have doctrinal disagreements. Mormons are, in fact, Christian. We believe in Jesus Christ, the same Jesus Christ of the Bible. I look forward to the shock on peoples smug faces when they learn that Mormons will be joining them in Heaven!
ranma2 Wrote: May 31, 2013 8:09 AM
Anaconda,

Some people just do not like hearing uncomfortable truths.
The reason they are complaining about "unnecessary swipe" instead of the "truth of the statement", is because the statement itself is correct, and they know it.

Uncomfortable truths is icky, like, we all should, like, keep it under the rug or something.