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Prior to Utah becomin a state the practice of polygamy was ended in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the actual name of the church from its founding in the 1830's. It is now one of the fastest growing Christian churches in the world.
The Mormons are a militaristic cult who invaded Missouri twice in hopes of taking it by force. Joseph Smith was murdered by Freemasons because he was making Mormons into Freemasons at an alarming rate. He was killed, while in jail, for high treason.
In America, even the America of the days of the Missouri Expulsion Order, men were said to not be guilty before trial. Joseph Smith was murdered by what is best described as "a lynch mob of armed men" without a trial while locked in the Carthage Jail
Joseph Smith Jr. was heard yelling out the Freemason distress signal, "Oh, lord my God, is there no help for the widow's son", just before he was shot by fellow Freemasons. Smith fired upon them first with a gun his brother had smuggled in to him.
To be accepted as a state, the US required they end polygamy. It started when Smith took the wives of some of his followers, long BEFORE BY led. DNA is recorded bcz Satanists look for those most filled with Nephilim DNA, called "Aryans".
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Peter Freeman says
Christians lament the fall of Adam and Eve, whereas the Mormons laud the fall of man, because they say Adam and Eve "fell in the right direction." Because of the "fall", Mormons believe they can earn their way to heaven and become gods themselves.
Do Mormons believe in the same Jesus as Christians? Is it the "Only begotten son"? Or, do Mormons trust in their salvation via a fake Jesus who is brother to Satan? The one who died on the cross was an "ONLY", not one of many "sons of the morning."
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Steel Engineer says
Another way to gauge if a "church" is outside of Christianity is if they have OTHER books that they consider more inspired and sacred than the Bible. Of course the LDS church uses the Book of Mormon, Pearl of Great Price, and Doctrines and Covenants
Raymond L Broown says
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Scott Biddulph says
My Esoteric says
If you don't believe there is much of a difference, then you know little about the subject at hand. I have been studying both for over 30 years. The differences are staggering and the only resemblance is the willful hi-jacking of Christ Jesus' name.
Demas W Jasper says
Oh, please. Outside the title of the church, one rarely ever hears the name of Jesus. The LDS church is a multi-billion dollar industry and their doctrine and history is as filthy as dirt. "Mormon" means "gates of hell" in Chinese, so LDS is used.
Have you ever attended one of this faith's Sacrament services of worship, and still claim Christ is only mentioned in the name of the church? Even if your claims of their "filth" and "dirt" were valid, might you better pray for their souls?
I must contradict CJ. Every Mormon from a small child on will close every sermon, speech or prayer "In the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ" The hymns are full of praise for Jesus and every Sunday they take bread and water in His memory.
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John W Townsend says
Right...Papa-Bear! I read journals by early Mormons. Smith cancelled all legitimate marriages, so he could have sex with whomever he wanted, along with his apostles. Rampant fornication and infidelity ensued, such that, paternity could not be proven.
Tell me Sledge, what is your opinion of Jews, Hindus, Muslims, and Blacks?
Mormons believe everyone outside their circle are "Gentiles" and they have never embraced those that are different from them...including Blacks. Please research the "Massacre at Mountain Meadows" to see how Mormons murdered 120 people.
I think I will read the "Trail of Tears" and the "Massacre and Wounded Knee" first.
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