Monday, September 24, 2018

Some Good Information To Dismantle Mormon Claims

Changing their name won’t change what they are: a non-Christian cult.

Proof that the author of he Book of Mormon plagiarized the KJV New Testament.

When Joseph Smith WROTE the Book of Mormon, he still had fairly orthodox views of the Christian faith. In Moroni 8:18 he wrote, For I know that God is not a partial God, neither a changeable being; but he is unchangeable from all eternity to all eternity. Think of that: he said God was unchangeable from eternity — that he wasn’t a changeable being.  Yet in the King Follett Discourse Smith taught the new god that Mormons follow today: a man who earned his way to salvation and now lives on another planet with multiple wives. Robert Bowman has an excellent article discussing how this is a conundrum for Mormons.

The character of Joseph Smith was one of violence.  And yet he is to be admired?!?

The evolution of Joseph Smith’s “First Vision.”  The story changed so much, that it proved itself a lie.

The false prophecy of the destruction of New York City. Ask them to explain!

Destroying the Mormon myth that it was once legal to kill Mormons in Missouri.



Of course all your nearly 2 centuries old contentions are recycled, long defeated arguments. In total you offer nothing contemporary. You must agree to their staleness. silliness, why not speak in depth on a compelling, current item. Such a modern issue would possibly produce a lively, revealing discussion. Certainly, your theological viewpoints have current examples, if they are real.

Glenn E. Chatfield said...


Truth is truth no matter how long ago it has been established.

All you have done here is make assertions -- assertions aren't arguments.

I'm tired of you games. I asked to to come to my email to discuss the false nature of the LDS. You are hereby banished from this blog.

Jesse said...

How strangely contentious and senseless your remarks are, Mr. Bishop. You so confidently speak as though opposing viewpoints are not even worthy of consideration, yet it is Mormonism which asserts that the Garden of Eden was located in Missouri! Please do not take any of this personally, Robin, but I don't know how much more asinine one's comments can be.

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Glenn E. Chatfield said...

This whole "Anti-Mormon Blog" renders the claims of Mormonism untenable and false.

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