Tag Archives: false teachers

Polygamy in Utah

31 December

From the inception of Mormonism itself, there’s been controversy. Joe Smith’s unconventional lifestyle was laden with numerous events the majority of people either never thought of before, or outright shunned. Ignoring or shunning Smith always brought the same reaction; outrage. If you weren’t supportive of his antics, you were labeled a heretic, or an ‘anti’. Fast […]

Polygamy and Mormon Church Leaders Brigham Henry (BH) Roberts

12 September

Articles of Faith 1:12 “We believe in being subject to kings, presidents, rulers, and magistrates, in obeying, honoring, and sustaining the law.” The reference above is part of the Church’s official statement of faith, however, from the onset of Mormonism until the early nineteenth century, it was either overlooked, or purposefully ignored. One of those […]

LDS Historian: Internet Changed the Way Church Handles History

10 August

I read an article on the Wheat & Tares’ website that so intrigued me I thought I’d share it for our daily post today. Woo-hoo! The Wheat & Tares’ site is pro-Mormon that provides the latest info on the Church, including controversies. Although I don’t agree with their ideologies, I like perusing it to see […]

Yikes!

09 July

This is an email I sent to Michelle this morning. She thought it would make a great mini article, so here you go. At first I thought about titling this What in the world is going on within the body of Christ?,  but I think “Yikes” will do. 🙂 “And here I thought my area was […]

LDS Essay Plural Marriage and Families

14 August

In December 2013 the Church published an essay defending their history of polygamy and why they practiced it. In response to their outlandish claims we’ve been addressing their rewrite of history, but this time around we’re doing things a bit differently.  Woo-hoo!  I’m pulling out some of their major lies and will address them here, so here […]