Tag Archives: racist Mormon doctrines

How Patriarchal Blessings Violate Mormon Doctrines

08 May

 Today we’re looking at a unique Mormon tradition known as Patriarchal Blessings. Foregoing the fact this ceremony is much like a modern-day reading of a horoscope in a séance setting, we’re digging deeper at timelines. Until 1978 the Church held fast to their racist ideology by excluding all non-whites from true Mormon salvation. Anyone with […]

Mormonism’s Hypocritical Racism Gives False Sense of Equality

16 April

General Conference, ‘Prepare to Meet God,’ April 2018; “As we look at the primary purposes of the Church, they are all based on equality before the Lord and following the culture of the gospel of Jesus Christ. With respect to missionary work, the principal qualifications for baptism are humbling oneself before God and coming forth with a broken […]

Mormon Doctrines: Judgment of God, or Man?

10 January

That Ye May Not Be Deceived, pp. 9-10, 13; “…Also, the gospel was not carried to this segregated black group… the Negroes tread the earth with black dishonorable bodies as a judgment of God because at the time of decision in the pre-existence they were faint-hearted and exhibited an infirmity of purpose – they were not […]

Punishment for Non-Valiant

12 May

Decisions for Successful Living, pp. 164-165; “The privilege of obtaining a mortal body on this earth is seemingly so priceless that those in the spirit world, even though unfaithful or not valiant, were undoubtedly permitted to take mortal bodies although under penalty of racial or physical or nationalistic limitations.” – Harold B. Lee, 1973 John […]