This page is designed to house all those speeches that don’t fit into the categories of General Conferences, or their Newsroom Announcements.
Be sure to check back often because we plan on putting unpublished speeches of Brigham Young here, as well as other controversial talks they’ve given in the past, i.e. Bruce McConkie’s 1982 notorious speech, ‘Don’t Pray Directly to Jesus’.
The one thing we request – please, don’t forget to pray for the Mormon people! We haven’t posted these things to bash the Mormon people, nor are we in the business of judging whether or not an individual is saved or not. That’s God’s job, not ours.
As Christians, however, we are repeatedly told by the Lord to warn others of dangers and to lovingly share the good news of salvation through His gospel!
Speech given by Bruce R. McConkie on January 10, 1984 at BYU, entitled ‘What Think Ye of Salvation by Grace?’.
Heresy, courts of darkness, destroyed atonement, delusion, mania…these are just a few of the adjectives McConkie used to describe God’s work in Christianity.
Sep 27, 1991 – Elder Neal A. Maxwell, speaking at the FARMS annual banquet, tells his listeners “Joseph [Smith] will go on being vindicated in the essential things’…but they were to be examples for the younger generation and ‘Let them learn, among other things, submissiveness from the eloquence of your example'”
April 2016 At the April General Conference Apostle Russell Nelson shared a recent experience he had when two deceased juvenile patients of his appeared to him in a dream begging him to perform rituals for them in the LDS temple. This was one of the strangest talks we’ve seen in a long time and very reminiscent of when Wilford Woodruff claims a couple hundred dead people approached him to ask that he do their temple work as well.
May 2016 Two speeches by LDS authorities caught our attention for containing a sense of panic in their warnings to the membership. The first by M. Russell Ballard cautioned members from reading too much info on the internet. The second talk given by Jeffrey Holland sternly warned people from leaving the Church and to make personal commitments not to leave under any circumstances. He was yelling on more than one occasion during this speech.
July 2016 Apostle Russell Nelson told a group of new Mission Presidents their greatest tool was the BoM, even though it shouldn’t be utilized as a reference for historical data. After his caution about this, he adamantly reminded the group several times that the BoM is true.
Another new push by the Church to cloak false teachings as true Christianity!