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No Ma’am, That’s Not History, p 46 “…of all churches in the world only this one has not found it necessary to readjust any part of its doctrine in the last hundred years.” – Hugh Nibley, LDS apologist

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Galatians 4:16; “Am I therefore become your enemy, because I tell you the truth?”

mailbagToday we’re looking at an e-mail we received a couple of days ago. The young man’s note sounds like many of the other Mormon e-mails we’ve received in the past.

Our first question to the young man is also the same question we ask every time we get something like this:

Why do you feel the need to lie?

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Mormon TerminologyEnsign, “Valiant in the Testimony of Jesus,” May 1982 [April Conference issue], 62; “To possess a testimony of Jesus is to know that He voluntarily took upon Himself the sins of all mankind in the Garden of Gethsemane, which caused Him to suffer in both body and spirit and to bleed from every pore. All this He did so that we would not have to suffer if we would repent. (See D&C 19:16, 18.)” – Ezra Taft Benson

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Mormon Decisions 10No Ma’am, That’s Not History, p 46; “…of all churches in the world only this one has not found it necessary to readjust any part of its doctrine in the last hundred years.” – Hugh Nibley, LDS apologist

 

 

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Receiving you own patriarchal blessing is a common practice within the Mormon Church. These blessings are given by the Stake Patriarch to the youth and to those who are recent converts to the Church.

What are Patriarchal Blessings?

PB1Patriarchal Blessings are given to every worthy member of the Church who desires to receive one. Their Patriarchal Blessing includes their lineage in the house of Israel, as well as provides warnings, guidance and comfort for their life.  Mormons believe these blessings are “inspired” direction from the Lord.

Church members consider their patriarchal blessings sacred and are counseled to avoid sharing their blessing with anyone except with a spouse or immediate family (father, mother), and most all they’re not to compare their blessing with another’s.

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Mormon Jesus 3The list of subjects to study in Mormonism is virtually endless, but this subject matter sits near the very top of my list of the most blasphemous teachings in Mormonism.

While I could write volumes on how and why the leaders of Mormonism are wrong, I’m just going to let their comments speak for themselves. Compare what they’ve said with the Bible and you’ll see what I mean.

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Abuse

Ensign, May 1992, pg. 31; The victim must do all in his or her power to stop the abuse. Most often, the victim is innocent because of being disabled by fear or the power or authority of the offender. At some point in time, however, the Lord may prompt a victim to recognize a degree of responsibility for abuse. Your priesthood leader will help assess your responsibility so that, if needed, it can be addressed…

 

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