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Can Mormons be Democrats at the same time? 
Mormon democrats met on Capitol Hill to show their unity in faith and in political ideology.  Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D) of Nevada lead the caucus and said the two philosophies are no at odds with each other.

Black History Month Kicks off at Mormon Church 
If you’re looking for an inside line on Black History Month events in Montgomery County, AL.,ironically enough, now you can call the Mormons.  Joseph must be flipping in his grave.

Mormons produce movie on life of Joseph Smith
While Hollywood, thanks to Roman Catholic member, Mel Gibson, is producing films about the Lord Jesus Christ, members of the Church of Jesus Christ are doing what they do best, bank-rolling a production worth $7.4 million on the life of Mormon founder, Joseph Smith. Is it any wonder why we say the Church of  Jesus Christ should change its name to the Church of Joseph Smith?

Mormon scientist refuting BOM no longer faces expulsion
A high profile battle within the Mormon church is over. A Seattle instructor no longer faces excommunication for challenging the cornerstone of church doctrine. Read more about the case against Thomas Murphy.

Nearly 200 offer to help polygamy’s ‘lost boys’
Nearly 200 people, including a 97-year-old woman, have called a hotline since Sunday offering to help scores of young men and boys who were thrown out of the nation’s largest mormon polygamist community. 

A Peacemaker in Provo
How one Pentecostal pastor taught his Congregation to love Mormons

The Mormon September 11:  Not 2001, but 1857
“You and each of you do covenant and promise that you will pray and never cease to pray Almighty God to avenge the blood of the prophets upon this nation, and that you will teach the same to your children and to your children’s children unto the third and fourth generation.” (The Reed Smoot Case, vol. 4, pp. 495-496). Sound like Arab terrorists? Not so fast. Read on

Evangelical Defends Decision to Speak at Mormon Tabernacle
Ravi Zacharias, one of two evangelical leaders who addressed a Mormon crowd at the flagship Mormon temple in Salt Lake City, defended his decision to speak at the joint Mormon-Evangelical gathering last month, to “the critics who objected.”

Landmark tabernacle event underscores gaps in Mormon theology
I had the privilege of sitting in the seventh row of the Mormon Tabernacle Nov. 14 to hear Christian apologist/philosopher Ravi Zacharias. Speakers of such caliber are a rarity to Salt Lake City. Even rarer is to have them speak on the same platform where Mormon leaders like Brigham Young gave some of the most notoriously anti-biblical messages imaginable.

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