Skip to comments.Why Mormonism will Surrender to Homosexuality
Posted on 02/13/2013 4:44:23 AM PST by spirited irish
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Christians do, having been given that authority by God through his apostle:
“But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed.” Gal. 1:8
Provide an example or two; and maybe we clods will learn how to be more effective.
'Til then; my 2*4 upside the head will have to do.
If you have cable TV, there wont be much on to watch.
If there isnt much on to watch, you will answer your door whenever someone rings.
If you open your door, you will see mormons.
If you talk to mormons, they will trick you into praying about whether something is true.
If you rely on your feelings, you may become a mormon.
If you become a mormon, you will have to wear magic underwear!
If you wear magic underwear, people will immediately label you as a cultist.
DONT be a cultist!
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Any place that a MORMON has the nerve to start spouting any of their HERESY will turn in to a BASH.
Love the ink-blot Joseph.
bashing? How so?
Doesn’t treat women equally——like Mormonism?
I imagine you saw my earlier post about attempting to compare doctrinal differences to blasphemous teachings. Christians differ on, IMO, minor points. Mormonism teaches stuff that doesn’t even begin to resemble Christianity.
I don’t know if you’re a Christian, but take, for example, the Mormon doctrine which says God impregnated Mary. Doesn’t that make your soul cringe?
What a coincidence. That's the same thing Torquemada said.
When you post a Southern Baptist thread be sure and ping everyone -K?
Wouldn’t that depend on whose definition of Christianity you are using?
Well if you want Christianity you read and believe the Bible...
If you dont want Christianity but some other religion, you read the book of Mormon and get the indigestion of Mormonism or the koran and get under the burka of Islam..
then theres the religious writings of the other religions, several mush more interesting and believable than the bom, and you might want to try them...
as for me and my house, though, we will serve THE Lord” Joshua 24:15
THE Lord is Jesus Christ the Righteous..
He is God of the Christian Bible..
He is eternal, forever, He has always been...
He is the Creator...
Everything was created from nothing...
and nothing was made that was not made through Him...
Big difference right there in what Christians beleve and what is contained in the beliefs and doctrines of Mormonism..
While God in the Christian Bible states “God is not man” Numbers 23:19
Mormonism has a basic premise that the Mormon gods were men who worked up to and finally earned godhood..
The reast of that last verse is “(God is not a man) that He should lie”
The Judeo-Christian God is unchangeable and has never lied nor will He ever...
The Mormon god and gods lie constantly...
One day the Mormons claim it has said some doctrine is forever, and the next their Mormon god or gods has changed its mind and wants them to go in a different direction, none of them Biblical or Godly..
Mormon doctrines are directly influenced by the current social and political atmosphere..
The LORD God of the Christian Bible could care less about whether Willard ever got elected, He never fell off His throne at that failure of the Mormon gods..
Unlike the Mormon gods, The LORD God of the Christians isnt led by the nose with history...He is the author of history..
While the God of the Christian Bible is dependable, the Mormons have had a bumpy unsteady time in the “evolvement” of their doctrines as suggested by their “progressive” gods..
Is it any wonder that Mormons deny and reject the Bible ???
The Bible proves that Joey Smith was never a prophet and that the Mormon gods are not divine nor righteous but are the invention of secular lustful greedy evil men...
Yes, Elsie, that is true, and also fair.
But we all have seen threads turn to "bashing" on the mere mention of Utah in the article, even if the subject is Arches National Park and has nothing to do with mormons beyond vacinity.
I couldn't care less if you were suspicious of me being a Satanist building a basement using babies' skulls for bricks.
And with that, I need to run off now. I’ll try to stop by this evening to respond.
If God did not make Mary pregnant, then who did?
But thanks for proving my point. You have elected yourself arbiter of this matter. It is you who gets to decide what constitutes a mere doctrinal difference and what constitutes blasphemy. You allow some religions to get a free pass when it comes to obeying scripture, writing it off as "doctrinal differences". Yet you come down hard on others for some crazy idea that God had something to do with Mary becoming pregnant. It reminds me of Christ's words to those about to stone Mary Magdalene. He didn't say, 'those who haven't committed adultery throw the first stone'. He said 'those who are without sin'.
I agree, but you are leaving out the OT. It takes a leap of faith to believe a man named Noah built a giant ship and saved civilization by loading all species onto the ship. Could that be a metaphore or simply a story to teach a greater lesson? Historical records are going to be more reliable from David’s time around 1,500 BC and certainly around Christ’s time than Genesis.
Yes, much of the Bible (both OT and NT) is historical and none of that to my knowledge has been proven false. Much of what is in the Bible is teaching and philosophy and we are to believe that is the Word of God. Much of it are letters and stories of the apostles using various styles to convert various groups. And again, you still discount the human element. The Apostles and Gospel authors were great men no doubt, but did God write their letters or were they simply inspired by the Holy Spirit to spread the Good News, but the words writen were their own slants or sales speels and not God’s actual words. The fact is, the NT Bible passages were chosen by the Council of Nicea under the authority of the Pope and the Emperor Constantine. You have to figure the final product was some kind of debate/compromise as there were thousands of passages, stories, and Gospels that were left out. Not anywhere near every account of Christ made the cut. In the end, you still had a council of human beings deciding what was the Word of God and what was heresy... and there are plenty of heresies that could have been included that conflict with what made the cut. So, if you believe the Bible and nothing but the Bible is the Word of God, you believe that God pulled the puppet strings on much human interaction among the early Christians. Personally, I struggle with it a bit.
Okay, I see. You don’t recognize Scriptural authority, you’re into the politically-correct idea of “not judging”......and you’re fine with blasphemy, even agree with it.
No need in going further here. You have a nice day.
That won’t be happening. I don’t feel the need to begin multiple threads attacking other religions solely for the purpose of assuaging my own fears. I was simply pointing out the double-standard.