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Joe Biden's charitable contributions round to zero (nada, zip), Mitt Romney's round to 30 percent. Joe believes in taking money from other people's pockets to meet his charitable contributions, Mitt (and his church) believes that the best charity comes from voluntarily contributing to the poor. Mitt's philosophy benefits both the giver and the receiver (who learns gratitude).
Emperor Constantine introduced a term, homousious, which defined the Son as “consubstantial” (one being) with the Father. Neither term or anything like it is in the New Testament. Harper’s Bible Dictionary entry on the Trinity says “the formal doctrine of the Trinity as it was defined by the great church councils of the fourth and fifth centuries is not to be found in the New Testament.” Furthermore, 11 of the signers of the Declaration of Independence were non-Trinitarian Christians http://scienceblogs.com/dispatches/2009/01/richard_price.php Thomas Jefferson rejected the doctrine of the Trinity, calling it "mere Abracadabra" and "hocus-pocus phantasm."
Contrast Mitt Romney’s faith to that of Barack Obama: Rev. Jeremiah Wright, who was the Obamas’ pastor for twenty years, says “it is hard to tell if Barack Obama converted from Islam to Christianity”. Wright says “church is not Barack’s thing” .
According to a 2012 Pew Forum poll of members of the Church of Jesus Christ (LDS) 98 percent said they believe in the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, and 97 percent say their church is a Christian religion. They volunteer 7 times as many hours as does the general population, according to a 2012 University of Pennsylvania study. Mormons have a better understanding of Christianity than any other denomination, according to a 2010 Pew Forum poll: http://www.pewforum.org/Other-Beliefs-and-Practices/U-S-Religious-Knowledge-Survey.aspx 11 of the signers of the Declaration of Independence (including several presidents) were non-Trinitarian Christians, as is Mitt Romney, who is as faithful as the most devout Founder.
If there had been no Nicene Creed or Emperor Constantine, Catholic and Protestant theology would be quite similar to Mitt Romney’s In fact, there would likely be no need for the Church of Jesus Christ (LDS) to restore Jesus Christ’s church. Mormons’ theology is based on New Testament Christianity, not Fourth Century Creeds. For example, the Church of Jesus Christ (LDS) views on Baptism, Lay Ministry, the Trinity, Theosis, Grace vs. Works, the Divinity of Jesus Christ are closer to Early Christianity than any other denomination. And Mormon teenagers have been judged to “top the charts” in Christian Characteristics by a UNC-Chapel Hill study. Read about it here: http://MormonsAreChristian.blogspot.com/
I was working in Charleston, West Virginia in 1960 and several people told me they were paid $5 to vote for John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
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A Comrade is Born

Bot4 Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 9:49 AM
Mitt Romney is as far from a Communist as possible. You needn't worry about him.
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A Comrade is Born

Bot4 Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 9:46 AM
From the title of this article "A Comrade is Born" I thought John Ransom would finally be talking about how "Barry" was born to Ann Dunham and Frank Marshall Davis, Hawaii's chief Communist agitator. Read about it here www.ObamasREALFather.com and view the trailer for the video. The children of Communists are called "Red Diaper Babies".
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A Comrade is Born

Bot4 Wrote: Sep 02, 2012 10:03 AM
When I read the title of this post, my mind immediately went to the concept of a "red diaper baby". That concept is outlined in www.ObamasRealFather.com by Joel Gilbert. A "red diaper baby" is the child of a Communist agitator. In Obama's case, his real father was Frank Marshall Davis. Valerie Jarrett and others close to the Obama Administration were also "red diaper babies". I'm waiting for Town Hall to post an article about "A Comrade is Born" outlining all the Communist tenacles in this administration.
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