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The Truth About Mormonism

vulcan88 Wrote: Apr 15, 2012 5:33 PM
Debbie, Please read the book of mormon. It is definitely NOT Christian. Christians do not wear"magic panties", we do not get our own planets to be god over. We are not commanded to have many wives or not be able to enter the highest level of heaven. We are not thrown from the church for touching our pp's. A mormon is no more a Christian than a muzlim is or a hindu. Working together is to discount your own beliefs as it shows that you really believe in nothing.
DebbieB Wrote: Apr 15, 2012 10:31 PM
I guess Mennonite women aren't Christian because they wear "magic hats" for the same reason that Mormons wear garments. And where does it say you should wear the gold cross that many Christians wear? Isn't that a graven image? Or the robes during the services? Where do you have "eternal lights" in the Bible? Collection plates? Getting a PhD to be able to give communion? Paid ministry?
kcollins Wrote: Apr 15, 2012 9:56 PM
Have you read the Book of Mormon yourself? I have read it several times and nowhere in there are there references to "magic panties"(not a mormon word -they are called temple garments), planets, polygamy as a requirement for salvation, etc. The concepts you reference in such a crude manner are found in modern revelation, and the reality of them is far different than you portray them. For instance, to qualify for the Celestial Kingdom (highest level of heaven) one must participate in several ordinances and covenants such as baptism, and some others that take place in the temple, the most important of which is eternal marriage. Polygamy is not a requirement, and at this time, it is also cause for excommunication from the church.
GaryL1 Wrote: Apr 15, 2012 8:34 PM
There are a lot of lies repeated here. Some people claim that Mormons are not Christian just because they are not part of the church they go to. They also claim that Catholics are not Christian, the same being true of Episcapalians, Presbyterians and so on. Satin is trying to deceive by spreading lies.

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