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LDS: Mormonism hasn’t Changed

05 September

Journal of Discourses 1:347 “They suppose that the “Mormons” have turned a somerset, have apostatized, and altered their character and creed as a people. I always take great pleasure in telling such honorable men, such wise men, that that which they call “Mormonism” changeth not. It is the same now as in the days of Joseph…not […]

True or False: Mormons Fled Religious Persecution

27 August

President Trump celebrates Mormon settlers on Pioneer Day By Thomas Burr July 24, 2018 “Washington • President Donald Trump offered his “best wishes” to Utahns celebrating Pioneer Day on Tuesday [July 24], extolling the Mormons who escaped persecution to take on a challenging and dangerous trek to find a new home. “Our nation honors the ingenuity, […]

Mormonism Condemns and Prevents Joe Smith from Holding Priesthood

19 February

Answers to Gospel Questions 1:169; “If Abraham, Joseph, and Moses had married Negro wives their descendants would have been denied the priesthood according to the word of the Lord to Abraham. (Abraham 1:21-27.) Had such a thing happened the Lord would not have called Israel as a chosen people, neither would he have chosen the Prophet Joseph […]