Tag Archives: Egypt

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 […]

Sons of Noah and Mormon Racism

09 August

Comprehensive History of the Church, Vol.2, Ch.47, p.128;“This work is rich both in doctrine and in historical incidents. Of the latter the fact of the large influence (if not identity) of Egyptian religious ideas in Chaldea in the days of Abraham is established; the descent of the black race, Negro, from Cain, the first murderer; the […]

LDS Sunday School Old Testament Lesson 12

12 February

Lesson 12: “Fruitful in the Land of My Affliction”  This week the lesson uses Genesis chapters 40—45 and is based on three different topics.  This time around they touched on Joseph’s captivity in Egypt and his reaction to his life’s circumstances, the Mormon food storage program and of course the ever present comparison of their […]

600 BC

24 January

   Since I’ve been a Christian one of the coolest things I’ve discovered and will never get tired from is the way God places people and situations together.  Case in point is Bible studies.  I don’t know about you, but every time I sit to do my Bible study, the Lord will invariably use what […]