Tag Archives: false prophet

Thought of the Day: Separating Facts from Assumptions

24 October

Today we’re doing things a little differently! The reason for this stems from an e-mail I received from Twitter notifying me about some of the responses I received from my post yesterday, ‘Mormon Church Ignores God’s Directives and Heeds Joe Smith’s Racism’. Now before we get into this, I want to be sure I make something abundantly clear. […]

Joseph Smith’s Attempt at Seducing Nancy Rigdon

17 October

Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith, 256; “That which is wrong under one circumstance, may be, and often is, right under another. God said, ‘Thou shalt not kill’; at another time He said, ‘Thou shalt utterly destroy.’ This is the principle on which the government of heaven is conducted—by revelation adapted to the circumstances in which the children […]

Mormons have Reason to Doubt Brigham’s Calling as Prophet

12 September

Quick! Can you share info about the 3rd major event in the Bible with an unbeliever? 1.God created the universe. 2.The Fall of Adam and Eve. 3.Cain and Abel. While I realize my list is a subjective, ‘Reader’s Digest’ version of the Bible’s opening scenes, I would argue the majority of Christians are well aware of […]

Joseph Smith’s Hidden Marriage to Underage Bride

07 August

TodayinMormonHistory.com;“July 27, 1842 – Joseph Smith receives a revelation giving the words of a polygamous marriage ceremony. The words were used by Newel K. Whitney to seal his 17-year-old daughter Sarah Ann to Joseph Smith the same day. Newell is promised that the marriage will bring eternal life to his household, including his posterity. Sarah […]

Adam ‘Wisely’ Chose to Sin?

01 August

Teachings of The Presidents of the Church, Spencer W. Kimball, pp. 26-27;“This is the message of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. … When Adam intentionally and wisely partook of the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden, he brought upon all of us, his descendants, two deaths—the physical or “mortal death,” and the spiritual death or the banishment […]