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How Mormonism Attacks Christianity

Christian Church/Bavaria“The story of the Bible’s persecution is an arresting one. During the first three centuries of the Christian era the Roman Emperors sought to destroy God’s Word. One of them, named Diocletian, believed that he had succeeded. He had slain so many Christians and destroyed so many Bibles, that when the lovers of the Bible remained quiet for a season and kept in hiding, he imagined that he had made an end of the Scriptures. So elated was he at this achievement, he ordered a medal to be struck inscribed with the words, “The Christian religion is destroyed and the worship of the gods restored.” One wonders what that emperor would think if he returned to this earth today and found that more had been written about the Bible than about any other thousand books put together, and that the Bible which enshrines the Christian faith is now translated into more than four hundred languages and is being sent out to every part of the earth!” – A.W. Pink, The Divine Inspiration of the Bible

     A few years ago I compiled a list of LDS quotes that contain disparaging remarks about Christianity. Since that time I’ve noticed there were many more worthy of being included in my list so I’ve updated it and placed it on the front page sidebar of the blog for easy access.

     In light of the Church’s new motives in wanting members to proselytize on the internet I feel it’s our duty as Christians to be prepared in knowing what we’re up against and for us to warn our friends and neighbors. With this latest gig of theirs it’s like they’re right in the living rooms of America and the world.

     Below you’ll see my original article with the updated quotes. You’ll notice their attitude towards the body of Christ isn’t exactly loving and it wasn’t just one or two church authorities’ comments made a long time ago – this continues even today.


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Journal of Discourses 18:44; “If we can find a church that has the gifts and the signs spoken of by the New Testament, we can find true Christian Church; but if we can’t find such, we have no reason to believe that there is such a Church on the earth. “But,” says one, “we call ourselves Christians.” That is a very easy matter; but calling yourselves Christians or Christian churches does not make you such.” – Orson Pratt, Salt Lake City, July 11, 1875

1 John 3:14-15; “We know that we have passed from death unto life, because we love the brethren. He that loveth not his brother abideth in death. 15 Whosoever hateth his brother is a murderer: and ye know that no murderer hath eternal life abiding in him.”


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