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Mormons are not Christians but lost cultists

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Started: 4/25/2014 Category: Religion
Updated: 7 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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I argue that the Mormon Church is a cult and in no way is of Christ. They carry around the Bible as a cloaking excuse to push their blasphemy. They deny Christ, They deny God's authority.

In fact they are a part of the wider expanding apostasy of false Christ that are leading many away from the truth of Jesus Christ and the triune God towards the wide road to hell. People believe they can take the word Christianity and attach it to any church to claim they know who Christ is and yet by their "spirit" and "fruits" they are vile liars.

You can tell the lies of the Mormons by how many times they've changed their church doctrine over the years to fit "the world" and not "the Christ" both in their attempt to hide their polygamy, which is NOT biblical, and their open support of Sodomy and Sodomite marriage.

They are a part of the blasphemy and apostasy that will be evident close to the last days when many shall depart the faith and heed doctrines of demons and devils; especially those who claim their book came from a angel dressed in native American Indian skins with a "new" gospel when the Bible in Jude clearly states that the scriptures were given once and for all to the Saints from the ancient Torah through the apostles of Christ. The Book of Mormon is a blasphemy.


Ok...How do I respond?

First we need a definition of cult. So therefore, the burden of proof falls to you. I will give one until the other side gives one. Cult as defined by Merriam-Webster is "a small religious group that is not part of a larger and more accepted religion and that has beliefs regarded by many people as extreme or dangerous." Now, I don't know about you, but 14.4 million members is not small. In regards to the United States and the world, where there are hundreds of religions, having 15 million followers is a big deal.

"You can tell the lies of the Mormons by how many times they've changed their church doctrine over the years to fit "the world" and not "the Christ" both in their attempt to hide their polygamy, which is NOT biblical, and their open support of Sodomy and Sodomite marriage."

Well let's see this for a moment. In the Bible, there have been several people of importance who have practiced polygamy. Abraham, Solomon, Moses, David, and others. Please explain that, and don't use the whole, ancient cultures argument; that is overused. Also, can you please list examples of Mormons supporting Sodomite marriage? I know they accept gay members, but I don't know if they accept gay marriage. Besides, it doesn't say anywhere in the bible one has to hate on the gays. It just says it is a sin to lay down with another dude. You can be gay and still go to heaven. It's called chastity. Look it up.

And with the whole judgement thing. Dude, you have no right to judge them if they are going to heaven or hell. As the good book said," So then each of us will give an account of himself to God. Therefore let us not pass judgment on one another any longer, but rather decide never to put a stumbling block or hindrance in the way of a brother." Romans 14:12-13. In the end, it is not up to you to judge them and make conclusions on if they are going to end up in hell. Therefore, about half of your argument is invalid.

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Posted by Conservative101 7 years ago
If you have questions about Mormonism, you can chat with one here -->
Posted by YaHuWdaH 7 years ago
I do agree that Mormonism is false,but so is Islam,Roman Catholicism,and Christo-Paganism which we call Christianity,Roman Catholicism started Islam and Christianity,all three are idol worshippers..Allah was a moon g-d,and Christianity worships the sun,which they worship on Sunday(all suns day),and Saturday which is saturnsday which is another false deity as well.There is only ONE FAITH and ONE FAITH only,which is in YaHuWaH THE MOST HIGH ALOHIYM(Aramaic for ELOHIM)through YaHuWsHua THE MESSIAH,some label me as a Messianic Believer which is fine.Christianity is false as well,meaning....the use of false names of THE FATHER and HIS ONLY BEGOTTEN BEN(SON),they use g-d,l-rd,and j-sus,I will post link for that below.Also,the celebration of Christmas which is Nimrod worship,Easter which be properly translated as Ishtar,which is the worship of the pagan deity g-dess of fertility,what do these days have to do with the birth,death,and resurrection of THE TRUE MASHIYACH(MESSIAH),they say THE LAW was done away with,(1)its not called law,its called THE TOWRAH which means INSTRUCTIONS(2)it HAS NOT been done away with.Here is the link concerning the name j-sus:
Posted by Cat_Lover 7 years ago
I have read the Book of Mormon and have spoken to Mormons in the past, I'm still iffy about them.
Posted by Conservative101 7 years ago
If you are going to debate this, you might want to consider reading the actual Book of Mormon, or talking with one, instead of gathering bias and hate from the Internet.
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