Skip to comments.Tricia Erickson: 'An indoctrinated Mormon should never be elected as President'
Posted on 07/08/2011 9:15:31 AM PDT by delacoert
Are you of the opinion that a Mormon should never be elected President?
Yes, it is my opinion that an indoctrinated Mormon should never be elected as President of the United States of America. Indoctrinated temple Mormons (as Romney is) have experienced years of brainwashing and indoctrination and also have made covenants and oaths that they plainly cannot disobey.
Mitt Romney and all temple Mormons have sworn to obey The Law of Consecrationin the secret temple ceremonies which states "You and each of you covenant and promise before God, angels, and these witnesses at the altar, the you do accept the Law of Consecration as contained in The Doctrine and Covenants (a Mormon book), in that you do consecrate yourselves, your time, talents, an everything with which the Lord has bless you, or with which he may bless you, to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the Mormon Church), for the building up of the Kingdom of God on earth and for the establishment of Zion."
Ex-Mormon Ed Decker reveals the penalty for disobedience that was made by Mitt Romney (and all temple Mormons) at the time he took out his temple endowments: The "execution of the penalty" for disobedience was demonstrated "by placing the thumb under the left ear, the palm of the hand down, and by drawing the thumb quickly across the throat to the right ear, and dropping the hand to the side."
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So let me clear this up for you.
Obama is “evil”.
Romney’s just not conservative enough.
He is NOT “evil”.
"Changing the definitions" as an accusation from those whop make them up whole cloth is rather amusing...
Consider it a lesson: Don't judge a book by it's cover.
Changing definitions is what the LDS do.
Elohim is not God’s personal name. Try again.
1 Tim is about CHRIST, not God the Father. God the Father, and Jesus Christ are both ETERNAL.
The LDS teach Jesus is created and God was once a Man, not what the Bible teaches at all.
Define ETERNAL for me resty? A ‘really long time’ or ‘without beginning or end’?
NO, Romney is evil as well. Very evil and a lying ‘used car salesman’ to boot.
How would you construe #119?
How about an indoctrinated Muslim?
My guess is that Romney doesn’t really believe most of this stuff. I think most politicians pretend to be more religious than they are to get votes.
My guess is that Romney doesnt really believe most of this stuf
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You are kidding right? One thing about Mormons that most people don’t understand is it is an all or nothing religion, you either believe all of it or none of it.
If you are ‘active’, like Romney is, then you accept all of mormon doctrine (prophets, white horse, etc). If you don’t believe it, then you are not ‘active’, you become a Jack Mormon (like Huntsman apparently is).
Romney having a temple recommend, attending services, having gone on a mission, married in the temple, etc, is proof he believes it.
Once you stop believing part of it, the rest falls by the wayside. Been there done that. Romney is a total TBM (true blue or truly brainwashed) Mormon.
I pinged some other ex-mos as well to confirm this for you.
Thank you for your reply. It would lead one to strongly believe that Mormonism and Islam were both inspired by Satan himself. The average Mormon is usually a sweet and kind person. The outrage is how badly they are being misled!
Could Elsie be phonetically L.C.?
The Muslims have multi-wives so they an have hug families. The Mormons seem to do the same,or did when it was legal. They still tend to have large families. For a definite reason! In France the Muslims out populated the French. U.K. is now experiencing much the same.
It seems the Power Play is front and center of both these religion when you take the time to think about it.
The average Mormon is usually a sweet and kind person.
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That is how they usually appear to outsiders, behind closed doors and in their own circles it is more often than not the opposite. The reason is, they are constantly told never to do or say anything that might make “the Church” (not Christ but the LDS organization) look bad.
I thought most LDS were sweet, kind, moral, with ‘perfect’ families and family values. Then I joined and found out, much to my horror, that wasn’t true.
They do put on a good show for us ‘gentiles’ though. I was fooled as are many people.
Both Romney and Obama owe their allegiances to Mormon and Islam. So we’ve had enough of that! Our country was founded by and on the word of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. The origins of our government were meant to be for a Christian people, but by being Christian we also have the freedom to share with peoples of other faiths. But, if followed faithfully, our government , as first devised, works for everyone!
Satan always appeals to the baser of our human inclinations. He will do anything to destroy anything and anyone that is Godly! He will begin by dividing, pitting one against the other! And if the people buy into it, Satan wins! And our amazing American way of life dies!
W#ell, apparently you saw the handwriting on the wall. Why don’t the rest of them? I can understand their handicap if they are raised in the Mormon church, but adults converting should surely be alarmed at what they learn!
Oh, and that is another similarity between Mormon and Islam....the7y are both patriarchies in the extreme.
For the Mormons, polygamy is still "legit."
'Tis all a mere matter of "time" and "place."
Place: Mormons claim they've merely "moved" polygamy to Kolob and thereabouts, where it's still being practiced. (So they are claiming to have colonized it).
Time: The Mormons say they are bringing it back to Planet Earth. See Bruce McConkie, Lds "apostle," Mormon Doctrine book. From the 1966 version, p. 578: "Obviously the holy practice will commence again after the Second Coming of the Son of Man the ushering in of the millennium."
For some reason, whenever you hear a Mormon spout polygamy as being a "yesteryear" thing, they ne'er seem to get 'round to citing this McConkie quote above.
Can you say...?
...not telling the whole story?
...leaving vital Mormon prophecies out of the pix?
...denying one thing while their leaders have been teaching another?
And yet they have the absolute gall and nerve to continually quote in their published articles that they need to "correct public misunderstandings" about the Mormon faith...with polygamy usually making it #1 on the list.
Tell you what: Show me some Mormon leaders who have PUBLICLY corrected the 1966 McConkie version with specific rebukes or corrections, and then we'll start considering their nonsense ad nauseum about "public misunderstandings" of Mormonism.
It gets downright insulting to our faces when Mormon leaders and Mormon grassroots think we don't know how to read entries of "plural marriage" in their published books -- like the one I have in front of me I just quoted above!
That's a good question; I suppose; but I have no idea what you are getting at.