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 Evidences and Reconciliations, p. 127 “Latter-day Saints know through modern revelation, that the Garden of Eden was on the North American continent and that Adam and Eve began their conquest of the earth in the upper part of what is now Missouri…” — John A. Widtsoe (more…)

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Discourses of Brigham Young, selected and arranged by John A. Widtsoe [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book Co., 1954], pp. 191-193 “We have a holy reverence for and a belief in the Bible…I believe the words of the Bible are just what they are; but aside from that I believe the doctrines concerning salvation contained in that book are true, and that their observance will elevate any people, nation or family that dwells on the face of the earth. The doctrines contained in the Bible will lift to a superior condition all who observe them; they will impart to them knowledge, wisdom, charity, fill them with compassion and cause them to feel after the wants of those who are in distress, or in painful or degraded circumstances. They who observe the precepts contained in the Scriptures will be just and true and virtuous and peaceable at home and abroad. Follow out the doctrines of the Bible, and men will make splendid husbands, women excellent wives, and children will be obedient; they will make families happy and the nations wealthy and happy and lifted up above the things of this life. 13:175.” (more…)

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Isaiah 45:5; “I am the LORD, and there is none else, there is no God beside me.”

canaanite-sex-gods The well known Mormon phrase ‘families are forever’ has been a mantra of those in the Church for generations now. Most members, however, aren’t aware their heavenly father is a remake of the ancient Canaanite sex gods we read about in the Bible.

While visiting another website a couple of weeks ago, Melissa took a double take at the conversation posted on their site. They were discussing a book written by the late apostle, John A. Widtsoe titled ‘Rational Theology’. Mr. Widtsoe left little to the imagination in his interpretation of whom they worship.


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