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Mormonism is true and here is how I know

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Started: 3/13/2017 Category: Religion
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
Viewed: 477 times Debate No: 100871
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The book of Mormon clearly states that it is true and the book of Mormon is the word of God. To not believe in the book of Mormon is equivalent to not believing the word of an all knowing Omnipotent being.


Obvious circular reasoning fallacy. John Smith was a literal conman and Mormonism is false.
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Posted by Angry_Bird 2 years ago
If mormonism is christian then to be christian you must be mormon, Mormons do not believe in the Jesus of the bible,
In the satanic bible there is a god called Mormo who is the God of the living dead, his followers are called Mormons.
Joseph Smith being a freemason had access to that satanic bible.
Posted by godrulz 3 years ago
The pro argument is begging the question and circular and could be used by any religion or religious book. The Mormon apologetic is subjective (pray Moroni prayer) and leads to deception. Mormonism is a later new religion without historical precedent. It is a pseudo-Christian cult denying biblical, historical, orthodox Christianity. Judeo-Christianity is strictly monotheistic and LDS is tritheism/polytheism/plurality of gods.
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