Friday, March 29, 2019

Did They Really Say That?!?

The first presidency, the twelve, the high counsel, the Bishoprick, and all the elders of Israel, suppose we summon them to appear here, and here declare that it is right to mingle our seed, with the black race of Cain, that they shall come in with us and be partakers with us of all the blessings God has given to us. On that very day, and from the hour we should do so, the priesthood is taken from this Church and the kingdom and God leaves us to our fate. The moment we consent to mingle with the seed of Cain, the Church must go to destruction, — we should receive the curse which has been placed upon the seed of Cain, and never more be numbered with the children of Adam who are heirs to the priesthood until that curse be removed.

Brigham Young, February 5, 1852. Cited in Personal Freedom Outreach Ministry’s booklet, Mormonism: Exposed, pg.

First, remember that Cain was not a black man, nor did he have a curse of blackness put on him. And his line was wiped out in the Flood. 

Second, no matter what one’s skin color, we are all human beings, with no one being looked down upon by God.  So the Mormon Church’s teaching about black people has been racist from the very beginning, as has been proven on this blog in many articles.s

Third, Young was a false prophet, as proven by the fact that blacks now “mingle” with the LDS and are even allowed the priesthood, which Young prophesied would never happen until all white people were finished receiving it.

False, ungodly, racist teachings led to false prophecies, making Brigham Young a false prophet and not a man of God, yet the Mormons still look to him as an authority and prophet.

Monday, March 11, 2019

Did They Really Say That?!?

It is written of the Savior that he descended below all things. If he did, he descended in capacity. I will merely tell you what I believe on this point. I believe that there never was a child born on this earth with any less capacity than dwelt in the child that was born in a manger of his mother Mary. I believe, according to the natural ability which he received from his mother and from his supposed father Joseph, that there never was a child that descended lower in capacity, or that knew less.

Brigham Young, Great Salt Lake City, October 9, 1859, Journal of Discourses 7:286.

The Bible never said Jesus “descended below all things.”  Never. The Jesus of the Bible is God in the flesh from the time of birth. Therefore, as he acquired cognizance as he aged he would know more and more automatically. He was never limited in his knowledge and could not have know less than any other child.  This Jesus of Mormonism is more man than he is God, while the Jesus of the Bible if fully God and fully man.

What a weak Jesus the Mormons have!

H/T: Michelle

Friday, March 8, 2019

Random Articles to Educate About Mormonism

Should Mormon missionaries tell the truth about children?

The Mormon temples have absolutely no relation to the Jewish temples in the Bible.  Mormon temples are places for blasphemous and pagan ceremonies.

Joseph Smith’s D&C 132 was nothing but justification for serial adultery.

The Holy Ghost is the Only Begotten of God?!?

The continued lies, distortions, and contradictions of the LDS church proves it is not of God.

According to the LDS, a woman who does not marry a Mormon man in a temple for “time and all eternity” will spend eternity as a servant without her husband or children.  It’s obvious, of course, that according to the Bible there is no marriage in heaven, nor is there any servant status!

WOW — a new Bible translation for the LDS.  Now what?!?!

Oh the obsession with sex in the LDS.

Mormons continually deny that Brigham Young taught the doctrine of blood atonement, or else they say he did not receive it from God.  But Young himself said it was a rule of God, and Young was a Mormon prophet of God, so they can’t pick and choose. Here is more evidence of said teaching, a teaching straight from Satan.

Some problems for Mormons which they don’t even think about!

Was the Garden of Eden in Missouri? Absolutely not!  Missouri didn’t even exist as a specific part of a continent prior to the Flood.  The LDS fairy tale captures the minds of their gullible members. Their “modern day revelation” is nothing but lies. (And Adam’s altar survived the Flood?!?). Mormons seem to be devoid of common sense.

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Did They Really Say That?!?

Where there are prophets, salvation is available; and where there are no prophets, there is no hope of salvation. It is no wonder that Lucifer hates prophets and seeks their destruction.

Bruce McConkie, The Promised Messiah, pg.33.

H/T: Michelle

Does this mean Jesus is impotent to save unless there are prophets on the earth? Could an LDS member please show me from the Bible where salvation is not available when there are no prophets?

And just who is “Lucifer” but an LDS-made-up-person, because Scripturally there is no such person, again proving the LDS is a fraud.

It is the LDS “prophets” who are minions of Satan and who seek the destruction of the REAL Church by deceiving them to the false church of the LDS.

Friday, March 1, 2019

Did They Really Say That?!?!

Shall I tell you the law of God in regard to the African race? If the white man who belongs to the  chosen seed mixes his blood with the seed of Cain, the penalty, under the law of God, is death on the spot. This will always be so.

Brigham Young, Journal of Discourses, Vol.10, page 110.

First, nothing in Scripture says that the curse God placed on Cain was black skin; this was made up by Mormons. In fact, the Bible never even says God placed a curse on Cain; all it says is that God put some sort of mark on Cain to protect him from being killed.

Secondly, there is no record in Scripture that any descendent of Cain entered the Ark with Noah, so if there was any curse, how did it pass through the Flood?

Thirdly, this is just abject racism, claiming that God desires the death of any “white” person having sex with a black person.

This just another example of the rampant racism in the doctrines of the Mormon Church.