You're a joke...do you know how many Protestant statements of the truthfulness of your many, many Traditional Christian churches there are since Martin Luther and the wrongs of the others like Catholics? All Churches believe they are the true Church. If they didn't they really aren't worth being a part of then would they? It would be ridiculous to say, "hey...come and join our Church but hey we've not true."<quoted text>
How many Mormon missionaries are there preaching this message?
"I was answered that I must join none of them, for they were all wrong; and the Personage who addressed me said that all their creeds were an abomination in his sight; that those professors were all corrupt; that:they draw near to me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me, they teach for doctrines the commandments of men, having a form of godliness, but they deny the power thereof.
Joseph Smith History 1:19
And LDS missionaries do not fight against the teachings of other churches when they preach the above message? I will gladly put on the shoe of an anti-Mormon if you agree to put on the shoes of an anti-Christian.
Here's something that sounds a lot like what take offense but this is you guys.
"Yes, Christianity is the one true religion. That may sound awfully dogmatic and narrow-minded, but the simple truth is that Christianity is the only true religion. Jesus said that He alone was the way to the Father (John 14:6), that He alone revealed the Father (Matt. 11:27; Luke 10:22). Christians do not go around saying Christianity is the only way because they are arrogant, narrow-minded, stupid, and judgmental. They do so because they believe what Jesus said." Christian Apologetics & Research Ministry (CARM).
I don't take offense at this and it sounds a lot like what God told JS. So get over it.
The following quote by Wilford Woodruff is how we are brought up in the LDS Church...this is a true representation of our views on respecting other religions. Remember, we do have an Article of Faith about religious tolerance written by Joseph Smith.
Wilford Woodruff, an early president of the Church and a contemporary of Joseph Smith taught:
When you go into a neighborhood to preach the Gospel, never attempt to tear down a mans house, so to speak, before you build him a better one; never, in fact, attack any ones religion, wherever you go. Be willing to let every man enjoy his own religion. It is his right to do that. If he does not accept your testimony with regard to the Gospel of Christ, that is his affair, and not yours. Do not spend your time in pulling down other sects and parties. We havent time to do that. It is never right to do that.(Contributor, August 1895, 63637)