Wait, you're saying parts of the Bible were written to the people of Paul's time and do not apply to us??? Are you serious? That letter was preserved in the canon for no reason other than...well, what? He wrote it?<quoted text>
That message was for the people in Paul's time. Not a letter for you or me. Lrn2comprehend
Everything in God's word was preserved because it is necessary for Christians to know the truth. It was passed down for followers to be able to grow to be a mature Christians, able to discern good from evil.
In the same letter Gal. chpt. 6 it speaks of the very reason to pass down this information.
Gal. 1:6-9 is the very verse that answers the title of this post!!!
The apostle Paul himself says that Mormons would not be accepted as Christians Everything they teach, beyond what the Apostles of Christ taught, is not part of the Gospel.
When the false angel appeared to Joseph Smith, Smith(had he known the scriptures) should have turned away in the same manner Jesus turned away from Satan. That false, accursed angel which appeared to Smith led Smith, and everyone who listened to him, into false teachings!!