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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 […]

The Mormon’s Understanding of Evil

06 August

While organizing my endless list of quotes I came across our entry on Witchcraft which got me to thinking… Why do Mormons accept and applaud Adam and Eve’s rejection of God while at the same time teach that behaving inappropriately isn’t acceptable? Adam and Eve clearly disobeyed God in the Garden of Eden by partaking […]

Thought of the Day about Mormonism and Interfaith Prayer Groups

28 February

Just a day ago we posted a very important article on the Creeds of Christianity and from our studies we learned about the definition of Christianity and what the duties of a Christian entail.  We don’t pray to foreign gods, we don’t worship foreign gods and we certainly don’t acknowledge foreign gods. Imagine my surprise when perusing […]

Quick Thought on February Ensign Article

07 February

I was skimming through an article in the Ensign yesterday about how Mormons need to be more informed and involved in their communities, when my eyes caught this sentence: “You’ve been praying for a way to better engage your children in the work of salvation.” And I thought to myself sarcastically “Yes, that’s just what I […]

Thought of the Day about Mormon Tolerance

26 January

“Diversity of opinion does not necessitate intolerance of spirit, nor should it embitter or set rational beings against each other. The Christ taught kindness, patience, and charity. Our religion is not hostile to real science. That which is demonstrated, we accept with joy; but vain philosophy, human theory, and mere speculations of men, we do […]

Quick Thought: Redeemed by blood of Jesus Christ?

29 October

In response to our article “Why do you love the Book of Mormon” one our Mormon readers had this to say – “If you left the Mormon church because you “discovered” the power of the redeeming blood of Jesus Christ outside of the LDS church, I’m sorry you never understood that before you left. But […]

Thought of the Day about Mormonism and “52 Life Changing Questions from the Book of Mormon”

23 October

Today I read an article in the Deseret News of a newly published book called “52 Life Changing Questions from the Book of Mormon” written by BYU Professor Brad Wilcox and John Hilton III, an institute teacher for the LDS Church. The article said Mr. Hilton “was awakened six or seven years ago by a curiosity to […]

Thought of the Day about Mormonism and a Mormon Reformation Movement

17 October

Today a friend alerted me to a post on her Facebook page about a movement that’s getting a fair amount of attention and most importantly; support. There’s a group of people who will be posting a 95 Point LDS Thesis on the doors of Mormon ward buildings on October 31, 2013. They call themselves the […]

Thought of the Day about Mormonism and Coca-Cola Sold at BYU

10 October

Shocking isn’t it?  That’s what I thought as well when I saw the headlines of the Salt Lake Trib reporting that the vending machines at BYU were “accidentally” stocked with the caffeine laden beverage.  Ah, but then I read the rest of the story… Apparently this was no big deal for the Church because they already sell […]

Thought of the Day about Mormonism and the Plan of Happiness

30 September

Today I visited the front page of and noticed a nice little box with the title “The Plan of Happiness”.  Clicked on that and up pops about ten other boxes of ways you can work for salvation.  ??????????  How is that a plan for happiness? When I think of a plan of happiness I’m […]