“He Lives”, Ensign, Nov. 1999, 89″; “As one of His Apostles, authorized to bear witness of Him, I solemnly testify that I know that the Savior lives, that He is a resurrected, glorified personage of perfect love. I witness that He gave His life that we might live with Him eternally. He is our hope, our Mediator, our Redeemer.” – Richard S. Scott

Romans 3:13; “Their throat is an open sepulchre; with their tongues they have used deceit; the poison of asps is under their lips.”

Question: Is no one else allowed to testify of Jesus because this man is “authorized”, and if so where does it say that in the Bible?

Why did Jesus give us directives to go out and preach HIS gospel if we’re not “authorized” to talk about Him? Matt. 28:18-20.

Their personage of perfect love is a created polygamist and not the One True God of the Bible. This man is authorized to speak of that “redeemer”, but he’s certainly not authorized to present Jesus in the manner he does belonging to the Mormon Church.

Statements like the one above are innocuous and the most dangerous of all their representations of a “Christian church”. I’d much rather they just come out and say “hey we’re not the Christian church you think of when you say “Christian” and we believe in a Jesus that was begotten by a god who had sex with his creation. That would be honest.