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The Truth About Mormonism

kcollins Wrote: Apr 16, 2012 12:26 AM
That is actually a literary device used in Hebrew writings of the same time period. What you mock is actually evidence of its authenticity.
bkwm5000 Wrote: Apr 16, 2012 4:35 PM
Have you read it from cover to cover and prayed to know if it is from God? Or do you take someone else's word that it is not of God at it? Or perhaps you just think you know it is not from God and will not bother to ask Him in prayer if it is? Have you fasted and prayed in earnest to know it is true and receive your answer from God? Just wondering...So, if it is not true; then which of all the Christian faiths out there is true? Which one is the one Christ created? There can be only one way to God. "Broad is the way, narrow is the path". "One Lord, One Faith" Why do all these Christians doctrines disagree?
bkwm5000 Wrote: Apr 16, 2012 4:35 PM
Have you read it from cover to cover and prayed to know if it is from God? Or do you take someone else's word that it is not of God at it? Or perhaps you just think you know it is not from God and will not bother to ask Him in prayer if it is? Have you fasted and prayed in earnest to know it is true and receive your answer from God? Just wondering...So, if it is not true; then which of all the Christian faiths out there is true? Which one is the one Christ created? There can be only one way to God. "Broad is the way, narrow is the path". "One Lord, One Faith" Why do all these Christians doctrines disagree?
David3036 Wrote: Apr 16, 2012 1:09 AM
Evidence of its authenticity? Are you serious? It's evidence that Smith was trying to make it read like an "authentic" scripture.

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