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The Truth About Mormonism

kcollins Wrote: Apr 16, 2012 12:20 AM
Huh??? Wow That's a stretch and a half. Most of that is so absurd I wouldn't know where to begin to discuss it. Just trust that it is made up of whole cloth and not even based on Mormon theology. they only piece that I can discuss is the verse that forbids adding to or taking away from the book in Revelations 22. The book of Revelations was written by John while in captivity on the Isle of Patmos. It referred only to that revelation. The Bible was not compiled with Revelation as the last book until several centuries later. Incidentally there is a similar verse in Deuteronomy. Shall we assume that anything written after that is invalid?
kcollins Wrote: Apr 16, 2012 12:24 AM
I would compare it to an author of an Autobiography not wanting anyone to change the book or publish it without his permission. That doesn't mean that he will not decide to write another book later if he decides he has more to say. Should we shackle God and insist that he do things our way?

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