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Ephesians 6:11-12; “Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. 12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.”

A few days ago a friend suggested we write about the slavery of Mormonism. Specifically, she wanted to know what things in Mormonism kept Mormon people enslaved to their religious convictions.

My default answer on anything like this are the two verses listed above. Of course, there’s always more to the story as they say, but ultimately it’s Satan.

In response to her request: the articles I’ve written since that time is my answer.

The order listed below is totally random, meaning one doesn’t take precedence over another.

Here’s a synopsis of what Melissa and I have posted beginning with the most recent –


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Salt Lake TempleYears ago I woke from a vivid dream one night that caused me to get up and start praying straightway. Many of us have had similar experiences in life I’m sure, but this one dream was so short and detailed I still remember it today some 15+ years later.  When I got to work later that day I told Ed about it (I was working at the Saints Alive Ministry office at the time).

I dreamt the walls of the Salt Lake Temple crumbled to the ground and as they fell people came rushing out escaping death.


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Did LDS Church spokesman says there are no polygamous marriages in heaven?

Breaking News! 

Today I read my Google alert e-mail informing me of an article in the Washington Post about a reporter at the Salt Lake Tribune (Helen Radkey) being a source of contention for the Mitt Romney campaign.

I’m always intrigued when Ms. Radkey publishes any article because it’s usually an eye-opener for those who want the latest news on what the Mormon Church is doing behind the scenes. She seems to have an uncanny way of rooting things out and sharing her findings with the public.


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