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joseph smith 3Originally, this article was published in 2011. While looking through our websites, I noticed it had mysteriously become attached to another article,Joseph Smith, Nephi and Moroni’. Yikes!

Long story short, we’re cleaning house, as they say! Today we’re republishing ‘Joseph and Lucifer Compared’ as its own little self in hopes it’ll clear up any confusion.

This article, ‘Joseph and Lucifer Compared’, was one of the first things I discovered after making the exodus from my beloved heritage. Personally, the discovery was a heart-breaker, and sent chills down my spine as I continued reading the evidence of what Smith had done. It became another proverbial nail in the coffin, as I began seeing Mormonism for what it really was, and is: demonically inspired evil.

Again, I want to make it abundantly clear, we don’t publish these things to be sensationalistic. Mormonism doesn’t need any showmanship added to its menagerie of doctrinal shockers. It does more than an ample job of that all on its own. Rather, we publish these things to inform both Mormons, and Christians alike. We pray it’ll open the eyes of those who don’t know, and help my people come to their senses the good Lord instilled them with. Here we go! (more…)

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salt lake mormon temple 2Journal of Discourses 14:309; “We simply do what the Lord our God commands us. God loves his offspring, the human family. His design is not simply to furnish happiness to the few here, called Latter-day Saints. The plan and scheme that he is now carrying out is for universal salvation; not only for the salvation of the Latter-day Saints, but for the salvation of every man and woman on the face of the earth, for those also in the spirit world, and for those who may hereafter come upon the face of the earth. It is for the salvation of every son and daughter of Adam. They are the offspring of the Almighty, he loves them all and his plans are for the salvation of the whole, and he will bring all up into that position in which they will be as happy and as comfortable as they are willing to be. Our mission is to the world, and not simply to carry the Gospel to the people, but to establish plans and lay schemes for their temporal salvation.” – Lorenzo Snow, Salt Lake City, January 14, 1872


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