Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Random Good Articles About Mormonism

As usual, most of these articles will come from Mormonism Research Ministry.

Mormons claim they don’t worship Joseph Smith, but their hymns prove that is a lie.  Smith is treated as a god.

Which “First Vision” story is correct?  NONE.

Can Mormon families be together forever?

Neither your neighborhood Mormon nor the ones who come to your door are useful for knowing what true LDS teachings are.

Sexual Morality in Old Mormon Nauvoo.  Just a small example of the history of the rampant sexual immorality caused by Joseph Smith’s teaching about polygamy.

How can one really “get past Joseph Smith’s history” when his history proves what a hypocritical false prophet he was?!?!

Salvation by grace?

What about the translating of the Book of Mormon?

Why is the Mormon Church not excommunicating Marriott?  Money, most likely.

When a Mormon tells you about their history and claims the Missourians were to blame for the Mormon war there, tell them the truth about what transpired.

What about the Mormon lie that Constantine decided what books went into the Bible?

Janis Hutchinson has a series on the doctrine of baptism for the dead:


Anonymous said...

n the Book of Mormon, the immortal Jesus descends from the sky and teaches an American people the Lord's Prayer. But Jesus misquotes himself. The Lord's prayer in the Book of Mormon is different than the Lord's Prayer in the Bible. The Mormon version leaves out the line "Give us this day our daily bread". compare 3 Nephi 13:9-13 to Matthew 6:9-13

Please make an article about the newspaper called "The Nauvoo Expositor". It was created by ExMormon William Law and several non-Mormons. It had only one issue, which exposed Joseph Smith's Polygamy. As Mayor, Joseph Smith and the City Council decided that the newspaper should be stopped. As General of the Nauvoo Legion, Joseph Smith ordered that the printing press be destroyed. This act is contrary to the Bill of Rights in the Constitution, which grants freedom of the Press. This was the reason Joseph Smith was jailed at Carthage, and then killed by a mob. He was no martyr. He was killed for being a tyrant.

Glenn E. Chatfield said...


If your read through my blog you will find where I dissect the BOM compared to the Bible.

Also, I have addressed the Expositor episode in my series on the history of the Mormon Church:

Joseph Smith had a gun and shot back at those coming after him in the jail. Martyrs don't fight back.