Tag Archives: false doctrines of Mormonism

Thought of the Day ‘Freemasonry is a Sectarian Religion’

16 November

While gathering info for our next installment on ‘Polygamy & Mormon Church Leaders’, I came across a quote by Joe Smith showing once again how this man should not have been trusted by anyone; then, or now. The quote comes from the diary of an early Mormon, Benjamin Johnson, who served on the ‘Council of […]

Mormon Church, Same-Sex Marriage, and the Body of Christ

14 November

Recently the Mormon Church made changes to their handbook for bishops, stake presidents and other church leaders. Such changes include: Placing “same-sex marriage under the definition of apostasy and as a circumstance that requires the convening of a disciplinary council”. It “also clarifies that the ordinance of naming and blessing a child may not be performed […]

Mother in Heaven Stands by God in All Her Glory

07 November

Sermons and Missionary Services of Melvin J. Ballard, p. 205; “I think the revelations which Jesus Christ gave through the Prophet Joseph Smith concerning motherhood are the greatestcontribution the world has ever received on this subject; for it was, so far as I know, never taught before in the history of the world that not […]

Joseph Smith: “If I Were to Tell You All I Know…”

04 November

Millennial Star, Vol. 55, No. 36, Sept. 4, 1893, p. 585 “On May 23, 1843, I listened to a discourse preached in the Nauvoo temple, which was then only partially finished.  Brother Joseph was talking on the pre-existence of our spirits, and our relations to God in the spirit world, and our standing in the family circle […]

Ungodly LDS Hymns

23 October

Colossians 3:16; “Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord.” Before we examine the LDS hymn we’re posting today, let’s take a good look at what God has said in […]

Mormonism’s Love-Hate Relationship with the Journal of Discourses

22 October

For the first eighteen years of life I embraced my Mormon religious conviction with unabated loyalty. Shelving questions about the faith, I held tightly to the ideology while parroting the all-too popular belief ‘I’ll find out when I get there’. That was until. After I left Mormonism, and began working with Ed Decker, I brought […]