I, as a Mormon have come across so many people willing to tell me what I believe without hearing it from me. I would never ask a Baptist what a Methodist believes or a Jehovah Witness what a Catholic believes. Be honest, how many of us are willing to get the information from the source or do we like to hear the sensational things self-proclaimed experts publish?
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Nice answer, but your character assassination will not deflect that all that you have stated is just your opinion and not the truth. Unless God himself told you that and the holy spirit testifies of it all you have are opinions.
At which point is Character Assassinated??
"And if thou say in thine heart, How shall we know the word which the LORD hath not spoken? When a prophet speaketh in the name of the LORD, if the thing follow not, nor come to pass, that is the thing whi
You assasinated Joseph Smith Jr.'s character by being, I hope unintentionally, deceptive. There is no documentation of his false prophecy, but on the contrary.
Opinion is not evidence or proof. Joseph said he saw God. Either he lied or not, ask God.
Rodrick I posted an entire comment with references and Hubpages cut it off short since this is a Comment area and it will not accept long posts... It made me make a Hub out of it and it is currently awaiting "Approval" from the Censor. Go Figure. Not
Obviously, Rodric29 is not interested in the truth MrMaranatha.
Praise God! I like this answer. You are correct. Many of us do not know the folklore behind Mormon history and teachings, but some of us do, like me.
The reason why that is is because it is folklore and not official church teachings.
But Rodric... you yourself have stated some of these things of contention... or Folklore if you will..
about Jesus being Lucifers Brother for example... Too Us Christians... that is an offense against the Deity of Christ.
I never said that was folklore that Jesus and Lucifer are brothers. It is a fact that they are and I will not deny it, I just don't have space here to put it into context because clearly, clearly this has been taken way out of context.
I would love to share about Jesus with you. He is my Savior. You say that you know what we teach about heaven and hell is different, but you don't know really because it is the same. We believe in one hell and heaven after death.
I will follow you.
Rodric you believe that there are 3 heavens. And growing up (as a mormon) I was tought that there was no hell just outer darkness. And that you will be able to leave outer darknes if you accept mormon doctrine.
It would be my great honor to discus in forums about this. I do have a strict policy about the spirit of contention which is of the devil, so I will not in the least degrade or insult your religious vies. I hope we can be mutually agreed.
Thank you for your asnwer Brie, but you missed the point. You are not a Mormon so you cannot speak for our beliefs. I wanted to know would you ask a Mormon. Your answer is obviously no.
Oh, and all of what you said here is incorrect. free speech!
I don't need to be a Mormon to read the Book of Mormon or the Pearl of Great Price. Are you saying that what I said is not true?
I am say that you answer is not accurate. There is truth in what you say just not accuracy. I do not have space here to explain it here. You could contact me or I could email you, and clear things up.
Rodric, I was born and raised mormon till the age of 18 so I can vouch for what she's saying and a whole lot more! You *DO* believe that some day you can become a god, don't you? Don't try and deny it. It is the truth. Freemasons also believe this
Lloyd, thanks for answering. Actually, the disciples of Christ started meeting on the first fay of the week after the resurrectio of Christ. It is accurate for you to say you believe and not know, because honestly you do not. It is a matter of record
I like this answer also. If you want to know what I believe I can share my hub about it with you. If you want to know what my church teaches you can go to the lds.org website. You and I are similar, I don't judge religions, just actions.