Posts Tagged ‘gospel’
Posted in Witnessing Tip of the Day, tagged angel of light, angels, bible, body of Christ, Book of Mormon, Bruce McConkie, Christianity, false apostle, false doctrine, false prophet, false teachings, freedom, God, gospel, Jesus, Jesus a literal brother of man, Jesus brother of Lucifer, Jesus spiritually begotten through sex, joseph smith, lds church, Mormon doctrine, mormonism, Moroni, Old Testament, Only Begotten, pre-existence, prophesied, salvation, Savior, Son of God, truth on 03/10/2014 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Witnessing Tip of the Day, tagged Alma, angel of light, another gospel, bible, Book of Mormon, false apostle, false doctrine, false prophet, false teacher, gospel, grace, Jesus, joseph smith, lds church, lies, mormonism, Moroni, Redeemer, salvation, Savior, truth on 03/08/2014 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Witnessing Tip of the Day, tagged Acts of the Apostles, Alma, bible, body of Christ, Book of Mormon, Christian church, Christianity, Christians, church, false gospel, false prophecies, false prophet, families are forever, gospel, grace, Holy Spirit, Jesus, joseph smith, lds church, lies, Mormon Church, mormonism, mormons, resurrection, salvation, Savior, truth on 03/06/2014 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Mormon Dilemmas, tagged atonement, false doctrines of Mormonism, give last farthing, gospel, James Faust, Jesus, LDS General Conference October 2001, Luke 19:1-10, salvation, works vs. grace on 03/04/2014 | 3 Comments »
General Conference, October 2001, “The Atonement Our Greatest Hope”; “The Atonement cleanses us of sin on condition of our repentance. Repentance is the condition on which mercy is extended. After all we can do to pay to the uttermost farthing and make right our wrongs, the Savior’s grace is activated in our lives through the Atonement, which purifies us and can perfect us. Christ’s Resurrection overcame death and gave us the assurance of life after death.” – James E. Faust
In our ongoing look at how the Mormon Church views Christianity we wanted to look at the way they think about Christian tithes and some of the comments Mormon leaders have made about the paid clergy, ministries and missionaries in the body of Christ. As you’ll see in the quotes listed at the end of this article, the Mormon’s disdain for anyone who proclaims the name of Christ is clearly seen in their disparaging remarks.