Who says Mormons aren't Christians?

Who says Mormons aren't Christians?

There are 32098 comments on the CNN story from Oct 12, 2011, titled Who says Mormons aren't Christians?. In it, CNN reports that:

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“Too much LDS in the 60's”

Since: Sep 10

Marysville, CA

#20766 Feb 26, 2013
No Surprise wrote:
<quoted text>
If you can't admit what's true, you won't know what an actual fact is because of your delusional rants of what a truth is to you.
You're a liar to say he had sex with his wives. I'd be a liar to say he had sex with his wives. We'd be liars because all we have to fall back on is rumours. Understand?
Remember the star witness you use to use that proved her own self to be a liar? Remember her claims of readying the bed chamber and watching them go into it and watching them have sex? All she believed was based on rumours she had heard and she in turn created her own lie to have something evil to say of Smith. You do the very same thing. You claim things of Smith's sex life that are based on rumours and nothing more. You than create your own lies to believe the rumours just like that woman.
What you have in common are rumours and lies. Nice job :)
It wasn't my only evidence, even if you think it was wrong. I don't care. Husbands screw wives, that is a fact. That would be even more true with a pervert like Smith who justified screwing the wives of other men.

sportxmouse

“Duty is a Privilege!”

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#20767 Feb 27, 2013
Dana,

You TRY to TWIST EVERYTHING possible.

You LIE constantly.

//

AND, you constantly fetish on everyone's genitals and underwear.

YOU MOCK GOD the FATHER.

NOTHING YOU SAY CHANGES THE FACT THAT GOD WILL WIN IN THE END!
CareEnoughToGoog LE iT

Live Oak, CA

#20768 Feb 27, 2013
BOMBASTIC CLAIMS
OF UNDERSTANDING HEAVENLY FATHER'S LAWS,
***WHILE BLATANTLY DENYING ***
***ALL KNOWLEDGE***
***of LEVIRATE MARRIAGE and LAW***
for nearly 4,000 YEARS:
Among earliest LAW of MOSES FROM GOD H.I.M.S.E.L.F.
-------
Dana Robertson wrote:
"Carol, please show us one place in the Old Testament God commands the Israelite nation to practice polygamy. I'll wait.
----------
Adult men in Israel under the law of Moses, were commanded to marry, with some exceptions: religious duty, etc.
Therefore the law commanding marriage to wife of a dead brother,
meant polygamy MUST occur:
as it did on a REGULAR basis,
being a COMMANDMENT.
Elders also commanded, to try to talk men into it:
and punish a man who won't.
=====
Deuteronomy 25:
"25:5 If brethren dwell together, and one of them die, and have no child, the wife of the dead shall not marry without unto a stranger:
her husband's brother shall go in unto her, and take her to him to wife, and perform the duty of an husband's brother unto her.
25:6 And it shall be, that the firstborn which she beareth shall succeed in the name of his brother which is dead, that his name be not put out of Israel.
25:7 And if the man like not to take his brother's wife,
then let his brother's wife go up to the gate unto the elders, and say,
"My husband's brother refuseth to raise up unto his brother a name in Israel, he will not perform the duty of my husband's brother."
25:8 Then the elders of his city shall call him, and speak unto him: and if he stand to it, and say, I like not to take her;
25:9 Then shall his brother's wife come unto him in the presence of the elders, and loose his shoe from off his foot,
***and spit in his face***,
and shall answer and say,
"So shall it be done unto that man that will not build up his brother's house."
25:10 And his name shall be called in Israel, The house of him that hath his shoe loosed.
==========
The LAW COMMANDS.
The law commands the Elders to TALK to MEN about why they won't obey
The law commands the punishment be ***THE WOMAN SPIT in HIS FACE***
The law commands from THEN ON he be known as one who WOULDN'T OBEY the COMMANDMENT OF LEVIRATE MARRIAGE.
==========
I told everyone that to show you to be a lying sociopath, is done with offhand ease.
You're so Satan possessed, you deny what it takes
THIRTY SECONDS to check
googling "Levirate Marriage & Law."
That goes with being a
pornography addicted,
Satanic hick.
If you wonder what makes people like him melt down online, in front of hundreds of people, you should know why Satan hates us so much.
Mormon.org

“Good day to you!”

Since: Oct 08

Earth

#20769 Feb 27, 2013
concerned in Egypt wrote:
<quoted text>
Whats the diff between you and smurf.
YOU believe God the father came from a Planet called Kobalt he has many wives
YOU believe in baptizing dead people
YOU believe in holy underwear
YOU follow a guy J.S. who used magical glasses in a magical hat to translate golden plates nobody has seen and he lost who was a Pedophile polygamist who married women still married to other men who died in gun fight trying to break out of jail.
YOU think you can become a God.
YOU follow a guy like B.Y. who taught as the word of God Adam was father god and he came and got Mary pregnant in the flesh.
LIKE you know what reality is LOL ROFL>
lol... and that comes from a guy that prefers to lie than to speak truth. You made several out right lies about me just concerning Topix. So you proved telling lies about someone was more important than not telling lies.
You're a self proved liar. Real Christians avoid 'purposeful' lies. Since you told 'purposeful' lies that exempts you from being a 'real Christian'. You're a lying fake Christian. Nice job :)

“Good day to you!”

Since: Oct 08

Earth

#20770 Feb 27, 2013
concerned in Egypt wrote:
<quoted text>
Whats the diff between you and smurf.
Also, to enlarge your idiocy, Smurf is a self declared atheist that still believes in God. Smurf has no respect for 'modern Christians' or for the Bible. He has no respect for them(you and Dana)because you two and modern Christianity believe in a violent volcano god. Smurf believes the Bible is corrupt and totally unreliable. Smurf believes in a few passages from the Bible and he rejects all the rest as corruption and vile writings of the early RCC. People like you are a lost hopeless cause in Smurf's view unless, unless you reject the Christian volcano god you believe in and the Bible you believe in.
So the next time you want to stick up for someone that disrespects your theistic thinking and your Bible and tells people your god is the wrong god to believe in, that you have been led astray by the false teachings of the RCC, you better know who your sticking up for, just saying lol.

“Good day to you!”

Since: Oct 08

Earth

#20771 Feb 27, 2013
Dana Robertson wrote:
<quoted text>
It would go a long way in proving that Smith didn't just completely fabricate the BoM. Mormonism can't even do that at this point. The BoM is as much fantasy as The Lord of the Rings.
I have already agreed the BOM can't be proven geographically or by events, yet.
But I'm game for a game because Smith based some of his books on things that would later be proved to be true. So let's see if you can give links to explain his thoughts.
At a time when sailing across the oceans was not believed could happen two thousand years in the past, Smith said it did happen, not once, but twice. Smith got his theory correct. So give me links to an educated person in America who believed prior to 1832 that two thousand years ago and more men sailed across the seas from the old world to the new world.
Next, give me a link to a book or written paper in 1832 or before, where a single author also proclaimed natives of America 2000 years ago built multi-storied buildings, were experts in agriculture, astronomy, making large cities, herding of animals, had a written language and had extensive knowledge in mathematics. That the natives warred on large scale battles and sacrificed captives.
Waiting...

“Good day to you!”

Since: Oct 08

Earth

#20772 Feb 27, 2013
Dana Robertson wrote:
<quoted text>
It wasn't my only evidence, even if you think it was wrong. I don't care. Husbands screw wives, that is a fact. That would be even more true with a pervert like Smith who justified screwing the wives of other men.
There is only one, let me spell that for you, o-n-e 'supposed' eye witness to Smith having some sort of sexual activity with a wife. And that came from Emma. And what Emma supposedly claimed was repeated by another person whom is supposedly quoted by a person that hated Smith. And people that hate a person aren't the most reliable for statements about the person they hate.
Than we have Emma claiming Smith had never committed adultery. And Emma was never shown to be a liar or twister of words. So if Emma had seen Smith doing something with a female(no matter if she was suppose to be a wife)that would have been an act of adultery in her view. But she claims Smith never committed adultery.
So your argument is with a witness that two other people in hearsay claim what she said that she deny's by claiming her husband never committed adultery.
And Rigdon never stated what Smith did with his 'first' supposed wife was actual intercourse. He just said Smith told him he had trespassed and did what we would describe to be 'inappropriate' actions. That could be kissing to intercourse but since no specifics are mentioned, we won't know. Thus more hearsay.
See, I'm trying to help you out with a weakness you have in your character that you can make stronger, but you have to do the work to make this weakness stronger. If you want to be more honest, you have to stay away from rumours and hearsay by declaring them truth.
The more honest you are in what you say, the stronger you make yourself to be.
Here's some truths and opinions of Smith.
Was Smith legally married to just one wife? Yes.
Did Smith illegally marry himself to other women? There is evidence for this having happened yes.
Did Smith consummate these illegal marriages? Uncertain. Abundance of rumours and hearsay lean to possible yes. Lack of births from a single wife lean to possible no.
Did Smith do these illegal marriages for the purpose of sexual gratification? No evidence at all for such an opinion. Smith illegally married over 30 women in three years. If Smith had a strong sex drive and lust for sexual activity, the odds are that Smith should have had at least, several children born from some of these 30 plus wives he was having so much purported sexual activity with in a three year period. With all these children, Smith factually could have been arrested for bigamy many times over as many wives he supposedly was having consistent sex with.
Did Smith illegally marry his wives for any other reason besides to be illegally married to them? Yes. He illegally married every one of them for the purpose of what he called a 'future' celestial marriage where they would procreate spiritual off spring.
Is it possible even if he consummated each marriage just one one time, is it possible that Smith married these women for the here after, and not for the present to have children when he was alive? Yes it is highly possible with the lack of children that should have been born if indeed sexual activity was taking place as it happens in normal married relationships.
Summery: Even if Smith consummated each relationship, there is no actual evidence of purported constant sexual activity except for what was believed at the time through speculation and rumour. There is no evidence Smith illegally married to have perverted sex as Dana claims :)
Just saying :)

“Too much LDS in the 60's”

Since: Sep 10

Marysville, CA

#20773 Feb 27, 2013
No Surprise wrote:
<quoted text>
I have already agreed the BOM can't be proven geographically or by events, yet.
But I'm game for a game because Smith based some of his books on things that would later be proved to be true. So let's see if you can give links to explain his thoughts.
At a time when sailing across the oceans was not believed could happen two thousand years in the past, Smith said it did happen, not once, but twice. Smith got his theory correct. So give me links to an educated person in America who believed prior to 1832 that two thousand years ago and more men sailed across the seas from the old world to the new world.
No, he didn't get his theory/fantasy correct, Jews did not come to America. Those who did come didn't start any civilizations.
Next, give me a link to a book or written paper in 1832 or before, where a single author also proclaimed natives of America 2000 years ago built multi-storied buildings, were experts in agriculture, astronomy, making large cities, herding of animals, had a written language and had extensive knowledge in mathematics. That the natives warred on large scale battles and sacrificed captives.
Waiting...
The buildings and the cities of the Aztecs were well known by the 1800's as the Spanish reported them centuries before. Pitiful.

“Too much LDS in the 60's”

Since: Sep 10

Marysville, CA

#20774 Feb 27, 2013
No Surprise wrote:
<quoted text>
There is only one, let me spell that for you, o-n-e 'supposed' eye witness to Smith having some sort of sexual activity with a wife. And that came from Emma. And what Emma supposedly claimed was repeated by another person whom is supposedly quoted by a person that hated Smith. And people that hate a person aren't the most reliable for statements about the person they hate.
Than we have Emma claiming Smith had never committed adultery. And Emma was never shown to be a liar or twister of words. So if Emma had seen Smith doing something with a female(no matter if she was suppose to be a wife)that would have been an act of adultery in her view. But she claims Smith never committed adultery.
So your argument is with a witness that two other people in hearsay claim what she said that she deny's by claiming her husband never committed adultery.
And Rigdon never stated what Smith did with his 'first' supposed wife was actual intercourse. He just said Smith told him he had trespassed and did what we would describe to be 'inappropriate' actions. That could be kissing to intercourse but since no specifics are mentioned, we won't know. Thus more hearsay.
See, I'm trying to help you out with a weakness you have in your character that you can make stronger, but you have to do the work to make this weakness stronger. If you want to be more honest, you have to stay away from rumours and hearsay by declaring them truth.
The more honest you are in what you say, the stronger you make yourself to be.
Here's some truths and opinions of Smith.
Was Smith legally married to just one wife? Yes.
Did Smith illegally marry himself to other women? There is evidence for this having happened yes.
Did Smith consummate these illegal marriages? Uncertain. Abundance of rumours and hearsay lean to possible yes. Lack of births from a single wife lean to possible no.
Did Smith do these illegal marriages for the purpose of sexual gratification? No evidence at all for such an opinion. Smith illegally married over 30 women in three years. If Smith had a strong sex drive and lust for sexual activity, the odds are that Smith should have had at least, several children born from some of these 30 plus wives he was having so much purported sexual activity with in a three year period. With all these children, Smith factually could have been arrested for bigamy many times over as many wives he supposedly was having consistent sex with.
Did Smith illegally marry his wives for any other reason besides to be illegally married to them? Yes. He illegally married every one of them for the purpose of what he called a 'future' celestial marriage where they would procreate spiritual off spring.
Is it possible even if he consummated each marriage just one one time, is it possible that Smith married these women for the here after, and not for the present to have children when he was alive? Yes it is highly possible with the lack of children that should have been born if indeed sexual activity was taking place as it happens in normal married relationships.
Summery: Even if Smith consummated each relationship, there is no actual evidence of purported constant sexual activity except for what was believed at the time through speculation and rumour. There is no evidence Smith illegally married to have perverted sex as Dana claims :)
Just saying :)
Smith screwed his wives, all your BS isn't going to change that.
concerned in Egypt

Europe

#20775 Feb 27, 2013
No Surprise wrote:
<quoted text>
lol... and that comes from a guy that prefers to lie than to speak truth. You made several out right lies about me just concerning Topix. So you proved telling lies about someone was more important than not telling lies.
You're a self proved liar. Real Christians avoid 'purposeful' lies. Since you told 'purposeful' lies that exempts you from being a 'real Christian'. You're a lying fake Christian. Nice job :)
Thread please take not this post to many to count and going without and evidence biblical or historical that proves the LDS cult is Christian. NOPE more rantings from the lunatic fringe.
concerned in Egypt

Europe

#20776 Feb 27, 2013
No Surprise wrote:
<quoted text>
Also, to enlarge your idiocy, Smurf is a self declared atheist that still believes in God. Smurf has no respect for 'modern Christians' or for the Bible. He has no respect for them(you and Dana)because you two and modern Christianity believe in a violent volcano god. Smurf believes the Bible is corrupt and totally unreliable. Smurf believes in a few passages from the Bible and he rejects all the rest as corruption and vile writings of the early RCC. People like you are a lost hopeless cause in Smurf's view unless, unless you reject the Christian volcano god you believe in and the Bible you believe in.
So the next time you want to stick up for someone that disrespects your theistic thinking and your Bible and tells people your god is the wrong god to believe in, that you have been led astray by the false teachings of the RCC, you better know who your sticking up for, just saying lol.
You sure like accusing everybody of something yet again another post to many to count and going without and evidence biblical or historical that proves the LDS cult is Christian. NOPE more rantings from the lunatic fringe.
concerned in Egypt

Europe

#20777 Feb 27, 2013
No Surprise wrote:
<quoted text>
I have already agreed the BOM can't be proven geographically or by events, yet.
But I'm game for a game because Smith based some of his books on things that would later be proved to be true. So let's see if you can give links to explain his thoughts.
At a time when sailing across the oceans was not believed could happen two thousand years in the past, Smith said it did happen, not once, but twice. Smith got his theory correct. So give me links to an educated person in America who believed prior to 1832 that two thousand years ago and more men sailed across the seas from the old world to the new world.
Next, give me a link to a book or written paper in 1832 or before, where a single author also proclaimed natives of America 2000 years ago built multi-storied buildings, were experts in agriculture, astronomy, making large cities, herding of animals, had a written language and had extensive knowledge in mathematics. That the natives warred on large scale battles and sacrificed captives.
Waiting...
You sure like accusing everybody of something yet again another post to many to count and going without and evidence biblical or historical that proves the LDS cult is Christian. NOPE more rantings from the lunatic fringe.

And this one you admit no geographical evidence are supposeta produce evidence not confirm there is none. just sayn LOL
concerned in Egypt

Europe

#20778 Feb 27, 2013
No Surprise wrote:
<quoted text>
There is only one, let me spell that for you, o-n-e 'supposed' eye witness to Smith having some sort of sexual activity with a wife. And that came from Emma. And what Emma supposedly claimed was repeated by another person whom is supposedly quoted by a person that hated Smith. And people that hate a person aren't the most reliable for statements about the person they hate.
Than we have Emma claiming Smith had never committed adultery. And Emma was never shown to be a liar or twister of words. So if Emma had seen Smith doing something with a female(no matter if she was suppose to be a wife)that would have been an act of adultery in her view. But she claims Smith never committed adultery.
So your argument is with a witness that two other people in hearsay claim what she said that she deny's by claiming her husband never committed adultery.
And Rigdon never stated what Smith did with his 'first' supposed wife was actual intercourse. He just said Smith told him he had trespassed and did what we would describe to be 'inappropriate' actions. That could be kissing to intercourse but since no specifics are mentioned, we won't know. Thus more hearsay.
See, I'm trying to help you out with a weakness you have in your character that you can make stronger, but you have to do the work to make this weakness stronger. If you want to be more honest, you have to stay away from rumours and hearsay by declaring them truth.
The more honest you are in what you say, the stronger you make yourself to be.
Here's some truths and opinions of Smith.
Was Smith legally married to just one wife? Yes.
Did Smith illegally marry himself to other women? There is evidence for this having happened yes.
Did Smith consummate these illegal marriages? Uncertain. Abundance of rumours and hearsay lean to possible yes. Lack of births from a single wife lean to possible no.
Did Smith do these illegal marriages for the purpose of sexual gratification? No evidence at all for such an opinion. Smith illegally married over 30 women in three years. If Smith had a strong sex drive and lust for sexual activity, the odds are that Smith should have had at least, several children born from some of these 30 plus wives he was having so much purported sexual activity with in a three year period. With all these children, Smith factually could have been arrested for bigamy many times over as many wives he supposedly was having consistent sex with.
Did Smith illegally marry his wives for any other reason besides to be illegally married to them? Yes. He illegally married every one of them for the purpose of what he called a 'future' celestial marriage where they would procreate spiritual off spring.
Is it possible even if he consummated each marriage just one one time, is it possible that Smith married these women for the here after, and not for the present to have children when he was alive? Yes it is highly possible with the lack of children that should have been born if indeed sexual activity was taking place as it happens in normal married relationships.
Summery: Even if Smith consummated each relationship, there is no actual evidence of purported constant sexual activity except for what was believed at the time through speculation and rumour. There is no evidence Smith illegally married to have perverted sex as Dana claims :)
Just saying :)
More blah blah and he even admits J.S. married women still married to living husbands. LOL like that's christian next Google dumb dumb will claim that's OK under OT law.

Thread please take not this post to many to count and going without any evidence biblical or historical that proves the LDS cult is Christian. NOPE more rantings from the lunatic fringe.
concerned in Egypt

Europe

#20779 Feb 27, 2013
Dana Robertson wrote:
<quoted text>
Smith screwed his wives, all your BS isn't going to change that.
conjugal visits would be a better Christian way to say it.

But as you know in his day a marriage was not official unless consummated with in three months. So it goes with out saying if one is just a little educated about the era J.S. lived in one knows he would of consummated them or they would not have been consider a marriage.

concerned in Egypt

Europe

#20780 Feb 27, 2013
No Surprise wrote:
<quoted text>
lol... and that comes from a guy that prefers to lie than to speak truth. You made several out right lies about me just concerning Topix. So you proved telling lies about someone was more important than not telling lies.
You're a self proved liar. Real Christians avoid 'purposeful' lies. Since you told 'purposeful' lies that exempts you from being a 'real Christian'. You're a lying fake Christian. Nice job :)
I would request one thing of you.

Release comments on your user name so we can see when and what you have posted since 2008?

Ya I thought you'd say no to that

“Too much LDS in the 60's”

Since: Sep 10

Marysville, CA

#20781 Feb 27, 2013
sportxmouse wrote:
Dana,
You TRY to TWIST EVERYTHING possible.
You LIE constantly.
//
AND, you constantly fetish on everyone's genitals and underwear.
YOU MOCK GOD the FATHER.
NOTHING YOU SAY CHANGES THE FACT THAT GOD WILL WIN IN THE END!
I mock Mormonism Carol, and all your hissy fits isn't going to change that.

“Too much LDS in the 60's”

Since: Sep 10

Marysville, CA

#20782 Feb 27, 2013
concerned in Egypt wrote:
<quoted text>
conjugal visits would be a better Christian way to say it.
But as you know in his day a marriage was not official unless consummated with in three months. So it goes with out saying if one is just a little educated about the era J.S. lived in one knows he would of consummated them or they would not have been consider a marriage.
I know. But "screw" is a more visual and emotion term for No Surprise, and yet still very accurate way of describing what Smith was really doing. He didn't love those women, he used them and dump them like a common animal with no concern for anybody and anything but his own lust. Mormons want pretty words and descriptions of his atrocities so they can pretend it wasn't that big of a deal. They won't come to the truth of his actions until they feel the impact of them, the violation.
It drives No Surprise crazy when I use those terms.
concerned in Egypt

Europe

#20783 Feb 27, 2013
cut for space........
MY RESPONSE IN CAPITALS NOT SCREAMING.
Did Smith consummate these illegal marriages? Uncertain. Abundance of rumours and hearsay lean to possible yes. Lack of births from a single wife lean to possible no.
Did Smith do these illegal marriages for the purpose of sexual gratification? No evidence at all for such an opinion. Smith illegally married over 30 women in three years. If Smith had a strong sex drive and lust for sexual activity, the odds are that Smith should have had at least, several children born from some of these 30 plus wives he was having so much purported sexual activity with in a three year period.

FIRST DUMB DUMB YOU HAVE NOT THOUGHT THIS THROUGH AGAIN AND YOU ARE MAKING IT UP AS YOU GO HERE IS THE PROOF. YOUR POST ABOVE ADMITS HE MARRIED ALREADY MARRIED WOMEN HUSBANDS STILL ALIVE.
With all these children, Smith factually could have been arrested for bigamy many times over as many wives he supposedly was having consistent sex with.

ONE OF THE REASONS HE WAS TO BE TRANSFERED ON THE DAY HE DIED IN HIS JAIL HOUSE SHOT OUT WAS TO BE CHARGED WITH EXACLTY WHAT YOU POST BIGAMY BUT HE DIED BEFORE THE TRIAL.
NOW YOU ARE ONE OF HIS MANY WIVES WHAT YA GONNA DO. SAY ITS J.S.'S KID TO YOUR STILL LIVING HUSBAND OR TELL EM ITS HIS?

RHETORICAL QUESTION

AND THAT BEING SAID IF YOU GO TO MY LINK OF J.S. WIVES YOU WILL SEE THERE IS LOTS OF DNA EVIDENCE HE HAD KIDS.

SORRY DUMB DUMB YOU STOP POSTING WHILE YOUR BEHIND YOU ARE ALREADY
concerned in Egypt

Europe

#20784 Feb 27, 2013
Dana Robertson wrote:
<quoted text>
I know. But "screw" is a more visual and emotion term for No Surprise, and yet still very accurate way of describing what Smith was really doing. He didn't love those women, he used them and dump them like a common animal with no concern for anybody and anything but his own lust. Mormons want pretty words and descriptions of his atrocities so they can pretend it wasn't that big of a deal. They won't come to the truth of his actions until they feel the impact of them, the violation.
It drives No Surprise crazy when I use those terms.
your choice

I don't pretend to know any man's heart.
I know what actions he committed and they were UN-biblical and not christian.
I know what he taught and it is of the devil.

I don't know his motives and either do you. We both agree they were not of God.

My opinion

If marrying a woman still married does not penetrate an LDS and they have no moral objections to this and still consider a man that marries an already married woman to a still living husband
a living prophet after reading the NT and the teachings of Jesus then only the Holy Spirit and a divine act of God will.

The NT is quite specific and Elder is to be of ONE WIFE NOT MANY.

If that don't do it using a harsh word for sure won't.
To believe a prophet of God would ever marry and already married woman whose husband is still alive means you are dumb.

Let us not forget many of these living men who J.S. married their wives were LDS and in good standing.

They swallow the cool aid even though it tastes and looks like bleach.

It amazes me how hardened a human being can be to ignore the obivous.

If today their living prophet came to their house to marry their daughter already married in the LDS church how many would allow that. NO difference but to admit that isn't means to admit they have lived and are living a lie.

YOU came out of the LDS sect and it must have been taken courage to do it and humbling to do so. God Bless.

sportxmouse

“Duty is a Privilege!”

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#20785 Feb 27, 2013
Dana Robertson wrote:
<quoted text>
I mock Mormonism Carol, and all your hissy fits isn't going to change that.
Dana,
You TRY to TWIST EVERYTHING possible.
You LIE constantly.

//

AND, you constantly fetish on everyone's genitals and underwear.
YOU MOCK GOD the FATHER.

NOTHING YOU SAY CHANGES THE FACT THAT GOD WILL WIN IN THE END!

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