Who says Mormons aren't Christians?

Who says Mormons aren't Christians?

There are 31994 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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Since: Sep 12

Ozark, MO

#24075 Apr 23, 2013
David wrote:
Hey you guys having a trip down memory lane or you want to actually respond to a comment on the topic?

Osiris was probably putting your mormon theology away too, so good, thanks for the compliment. I hope to meet him sometime.
Look at your big bad self. Proud as a big ol' peacock as ever...

“Too much LDS in the 60's”

Since: Sep 10

Marysville, CA

#24076 Apr 23, 2013
Livinginthelandofcrazy wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you remember Osiris?
Barely.
David

Collierville, TN

#24077 Apr 23, 2013
Is this what they do everytime someone comes in and debunks them?

They just say that that was the last person that debunked them before?

Oh wow you get a butt whoopin and all you can do is say "oh you're just that guy that whooped my butt before"...

ooooooookkkkkk
concerned in Egypt

Aberdeen, UK

#24078 Apr 23, 2013
Considering Joining the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church)?

Joseph Smith

A Modern-day Prophet of God?

Accepting Joseph Smith’s claims would be less difficult had he been a man of impeccable character. He was not. Instead his story is one of repeated secret sexual affairs with teenage girls and other men’s wives. They acquiesced to their prophet’s advances because Joseph threatened divine punishment if they rejected him. This is not the spiteful charge of critics but the carefully documented findings of Mormon historians.

Is this the sort of man you would trust if he told you that God appeared to him as a 14 year-old boy and told him all other Christian churches were wrong?

Should we simply take Smith’s word when he claims he no longer has the gold plates from which he produced the Book of Mormon because he had to return them to the angel?

more on this goto http://mit.irr.org/in-sacred-loneliness-plura...

Translator or Trickster?

The factual evidence we do have raises doubts about the Book of Mormon’s authenticity. Archaeology refutes the existence of the Pre-Colombian civilization described by the Book of Mormon. DNA evidence refutes the Book of Mormon claim that Native Americans are descendants of Hebrew immigrants to the Americas.

if Joseph Smith’s claims fail where they can be tested by empirical evidence, how wise is it to trust his story where it cannot be verified?

more on tnis goto http://mit.irr.org/book-of-mormon-archaeology...

Joseph bought ancient Egyptian papyri and claimed he could translate them. Joseph’s followers believed his story that the papyri were written by the Abraham of the Bible and should be regarded as long-lost scripture. Later scholars and Egyptologists discovered these papyri were nothing more than common, pagan, Egyptian burial scrolls that do not mention Abraham and date from centuries after his time. More …

Since Joseph fails in his ability as a “translator” of the Book of Abraham when his work is tested, how can we accept the claim that he translated the Book of Mormon from gold plates?

cont...
concerned in Egypt

Aberdeen, UK

#24079 Apr 23, 2013
Trumping the Bible

Mormonism pays lip service to the Bible, but only uses it when and where it appears to support Mormon teachings. Joseph made the baseless claim the Bible was unreliable and missing important parts. This opened the door for Joseph to produce his own revelations. The Mormon Church now claims these “Latter-day revelations” trump the Bible, so if any Mormon scripture conflicts with the Bible the Bible has to be wrong. Is it any wonder almost every Christian denomination considers Mormonism a spurious and counterfeit form of Christianity?

There is a complete lack of evidence from science, the Bible and history to support Mormon claims. No wonder the Mormon Church asks people to ignore objective evidence and rely on their feelings to evaluate the Joseph Smith story. Mormon missionaries make it sound spiritual to pray and ask God if Joseph is a true prophet rather than looking carefully at the life and teachings of their founder. But is it really “spiritual” to try and get a good feeling about something being true, while you ignore all the evidence that points to it being false?

Faith certainly plays an important part in our relationship with God and sincerity is an admirable quality, but God also gave us our minds – does He really expect us to ignore evidence of spiritual fraud and take a blind leap of faith?

If you would like to pursue an objective look at Joseph Smith and Mormon origins we encourage you to explore the following areas:

Joseph’s secret polygamy – evidence from a Mormon scholar
DNA evidence that refutes Book of Mormon claims
Archaeological evidence that undermines Book of Mormon authenticity
Joseph Smith’s strange method of producing the Book of Mormon
Joseph Smith’s ever changing versions of his First Vision story
Places the Book of Mormon contradicts the Bible
A quick comparison of Mormon and Christian teachings

goto

http://mit.irr.org/considering-joining-church...

for the links to these great articles above and start your journey to the truth about the LDS
concerned in Egypt

Aberdeen, UK

#24080 Apr 23, 2013
When they knock at your door.

The Mormon Missionaries will not likely tell you:

According to Mormon Scripture all other churches are in error, all other church creeds are an abomination to God and all those who profess belief in those creeds are corrupt.

The Mormon Church is the only true church on the face of the earth, all other churches are part of the great apostasy, and former Mormon leaders referred to other churches as “hatched in hell.”

The main teachings of the Mormon church on topics like the nature of God and Jesus are radically and irreconcilably different from all other Christian churches and are contradicted repeatedly by clear statements from the Bible.

Joseph Smith told several versions of his first vision, making it bigger and better as he went along. Joseph did not tell the current “official” version of the first vision until 18 years after the supposed event.

Joseph Smith’s discovery and production of the Book of Mormon was rooted in his and his father’s superstitious and occultic practice of digging for money.

Joseph Smith used his reputation and authority as a prophet to convince married women and girls as young as 15 and 16 to become his secret wives – he had at least 30. More ...

The Book of Mormon lacks archaeological, geographical, linguistic, anthropological and biological support for its claims to be an ancient historical text like the Bible. See documented evidence here.

The Book of Mormon contradicts both the Bible and other Mormon Scriptures. This could be why they want you to pray about it instead of investigating it carefully. See examples here.

The “test” to know if the Book of Mormon is true by “praying” about it, is a clever psychological trap. It is set up so if you do not get a subjective confirmation the Book of Mormon is true than the problem is your lack of faith, your lack of real intent or your insincere heart. With their test, there is no way the Book of Mormon can be proved wrong.

The verses they use from the Bible to prove their points are taken out of context or use faulty logic in their interpretation. See one example here.
The secret temple ceremonies so important to Mormon salvation have their origin in Masonic rituals which Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum

again goto http://mit.irr.org

Because your eternal destiny hangs in the balance.

“Good day to you!”

Since: Oct 08

Earth

#24082 Apr 23, 2013
concerned in Egypt wrote:
Mormon Belief: The Doctrine of the LDS Church
By:
Robert M. Bowman Jr.
Director of Research, Institute for Religious Research
What do Mormons believe? How different are their beliefs from those of the mainstream of Christianity?
Although the beliefs of individual Mormons vary (just as they do in any other religion), we can say something about what the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as a whole teaches.
Identifying the major teachings of the LDS Church is especially pertinent given its insistence that it is the only true Christian church on the earth today.
Furthermore, there is much confusion about what Mormons believe because the LDS Church uses Christian language (God, Christ, salvation, etc.) but with meanings that differ from traditional Christian understanding.
In this brief article we will summarize thirteen basic points of Mormon doctrine with some pertinent quotations from its scriptures, current curriculum manuals, and other recent authoritative statements.
All quotations can be found at the LDS Church’s official website, lds.org . The list of thirteen points below includes links to each part of the article where the point is explained and documented from LDS publications.
cont....
Pssst...This is egypt people. See how easy it is to paste other people's opinions and make them seem to be your own! And no surprise thinks I'm an idiot! lol what does he know!

“Good day to you!”

Since: Oct 08

Earth

#24083 Apr 23, 2013
concerned in Egypt wrote:
God the Father was once a man like us but is now God, our Heavenly Father.
In Mormon doctrine, God the Father was once a man like us—a mortal being—and became God by going through a process or progression that culminated in his becoming exalted to Godhood. He has a physical body and cannot in his own person be omnipresent (everywhere present). However, as God, he is omniscient (all-knowing) and omnipotent (all-powerful).
“As man is, God once was; as God is, man may be”(Lorenzo Snow, quoted in Presidents of the Church Student Manual [2003], 89; Teachings of Presidents of the Church: George Albert Smith [2011], 71).
“When we lived with our Heavenly Father, He explained a plan for our progression. We could become like Him, an exalted being…. Exaltation is eternal life, the kind of life God lives. He is perfect. He possesses all knowledge and all wisdom…. Joseph Smith taught:‘It is the first principle of the Gospel to know for a certainty the Character of God…. He was once a man like us…. God himself, the Father of us all, dwelt on an earth, the same as Jesus Christ did’”(Gospel Principles [2009], 275, 279).
“In the beginning (but not really the beginning—only a moment in the span of existence that is always), I learned of a plan of my Heavenly Father for me and my spirit brothers and sisters. Himself exalted and perfected and holy, our beloved Father wanted us to have a chance to follow his path”(Young Women Manual 1 [2002], Lesson 6).
http://mit.irr.org/mormon-belief-doctrine-of-...
This has never been Christian
contt...
Pssst...This is egypt people. The above is another fine example of how to paste other people's work to appear to be your own...learn from the master of pastes and you will learn well :)

“Good day to you!”

Since: Oct 08

Earth

#24084 Apr 23, 2013
concerned in Egypt wrote:
Jesus Christ was the firstborn spirit son of our heavenly parents and is the literal elder spirit brother of all of their other spirit children, including Lucifer (Satan). He became a God in heaven before becoming a mortal man.
According to Mormon doctrine Jesus, all human beings, all angels, and Lucifer (Satan) and the demons were all spirit children of our Heavenly Father and heavenly mother. The relation of the Holy Ghost (their preferred term for the Holy Spirit) to this heavenly family is generally unstated. Jesus Christ was, before becoming a mortal on earth, Heavenly Father’s firstborn spirit son and was known as Jehovah, while Heavenly Father was known as Elohim.
“1. In the premortal life we were spirit children and lived with our heavenly parents (Hebrews 12:9). 2. Jesus was the firstborn spirit child of Heavenly Father (D&C 93:21) and is the older brother of our spirits. 3. Lucifer, who became Satan, was also a spirit child of Heavenly Father. 10. One-third of Heavenly Father’s spirit children chose to follow Lucifer, and they were all cast out of heaven. Lucifer became Satan, and the spirits who followed him became evil spirits, who try to get us to do wrong things”(Primary 7: New Testament [1997], 6).
“The firstborn spirit son of our Father was Jesus Christ. He was our Elder Brother. He became a member of the Godhead while he was in heaven, before he came to this earth”(Presidents of the Church: Teacher’s Manual [1996], lesson 1).
“Among the spirit children of Elohim, the first-born was and is Jehovah, or Jesus Christ, to whom all others are juniors”(Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Joseph F. Smith [1998], 355).
“Jesus Christ and Lucifer are indeed offspring of our Heavenly Father and, therefore, spirit brothers”(“I Have a Question,” Ensign, June 1986).
http://mit.irr.org/mormon-belief-doctrine-of-...
This has never been Christian belief either
Mormons are not Christians their doctrines tell us so.
Pssst...This is egypt people. See how easy it is to paste other people's opinions and make them seem to be your own! Am I the best at what I do or what? This is so easy and mouse and no surprise think is is such a lame thing to do so to avoid using my own brain to do all that research and work to formulate my own personal opinion of Mormons. Their like really dumb huh! lol.

“Good day to you!”

Since: Oct 08

Earth

#24085 Apr 23, 2013
concerned in Egypt wrote:
<quoted text>
To all reading alone case in point below.
This is one of my best don't you agree?
From "concerned in Egypt"
If you are seeking prejudiced biased so called truth about the LDS, the Mormon Sect then keep reading. I love prejudicial biased information about Mormons. It's great stuff! See, I don't have the mental capacity to read actual Mormon history/doctrine to make a sound opinion from, that's a waste of my time, know what I mean?
If you want access to verifiable prejudiced biased footnoted sources that you can verify yourself
Then these sites below are for you as all document their assertions with twisted corrupted EVIDENCE Biblical Historical and all are verifiable as prejudiced and biased in heavy overtones. The reason for this is because it's no fun to state actual information that isn't fit to prejudicial biased viewpoints. Don't you agree?
Because the Truth Matters not as long as I and my buds can have something negative to say even if it's a lie, we like to be agitators for God. So even if we lie to prove an irrational point, we have Gods approval to be his liars because lying for our opinions is a matter of truth to us. Understand?
Sometimes it appears, I did say 'appear' vial name callers who are solely here posting on this thread with the direct intent to clutter the pages of this thread so real honest debate cannot take place appears to be ourselves. But that's just a matter of appearance and is just a figment of your imagination, know what I mean?
I mean take the statement by the Smithsonian made in 1980 that they have never used the BOM for information and that what it contains hasn't been proved to exist. That statement was made in 1980. Thirty-three years have passed since that statement. If I was to look at any evidence science has found out about America in the last 33 years, I wouldn't be able to reference what thhe Smithsonian claimed 33 years ago. See my train of thinking? Isn't it devious in a godly way? I think so :)
http://mit.irr.org/category/mormonism-and-chr ...
http://www.apologeticspress.org/apcontent.asp ...
http://www.leaderu.com/offices/michaeldavis/d ...
http://www.mrm.org/
http://www.wivesofjosephsmith.org/
http://www.utlm.org/
http://irr.org/
http://carm.org/
http://contentdm.lib.byu.edu/cdm/search/colle ...
http://www.spotlightministries.org.uk/index.h ...

“Good day to you!”

Since: Oct 08

Earth

#24086 Apr 23, 2013
Dana Robertson wrote:
<quoted text>
He is clearly demonstrating your logic. The insanity is yours.
lol... infectious I agree but you're his anti-mo dad and you defend him and he has learned to paste his insanities from you dude...lol...really great job, all the credit is due where it's deserved and that's with you :)
concerned in Egypt

Aberdeen, UK

#24087 Apr 23, 2013
No Surprise wrote:
From "concerned in Egypt"
As you can read for yourself .....well some can and clearly some can't. especially dumb dumbs
You can't get much lower in the slim to call some out for posting from sites to save time and then they not even be able to counter one item but and then plagerize the one you just call outs post and re-word it.

Yet dumb things are what dumb dumbs do.

Any way for all those seeking truth here it is again

If you are seeking truth about the LDS, the Mormon Sect then keep reading.
If you want access to verifiable footnoted sources that you can verify yourself
Then these sites below are for you as all document their assertions with EVIDENCE Biblical Historical and all are verifiable.
Because the Truth Matters not vial name callers who are solely here posting on this thread with the direct intent to clutter the pages of this thread so real honest debate cannot take place.

http://mit.irr.org/category/mormonism-and-chr...
http://www.apologeticspress.org/apcontent.asp...
http://www.leaderu.com/offices/michaeldavis/d...
http://www.mrm.org/
http://www.wivesofjosephsmith.org/
http://www.utlm.org/
http://irr.org/
http://carm.org/
http://contentdm.lib.byu.edu/cdm/search/colle...
http://www.spotlightministries.org.uk/index.h...

BTW please for all those arriving to this thread for the first time on this page please take a read of the previous couple of pages.

If you stay awhile you will notice as I have that as soon as the LDS spies in this thread can bury a page with the likes of the post above the do in a frail attempt to suppress honest debate and ultimately the truth. I.E. they watch a page get full and if it has something they can't refute they make as many posts as needed to move the thread to a new page.

Its the smartest thing to do as truth seekers pick up on right away.

God Bless

“Good day to you!”

Since: Oct 08

Earth

#24088 Apr 23, 2013
Dana Robertson wrote:
<quoted text>
Welcome to the debate, David!
You buddy up their dude.
David is a African American that believes Jews were black Africans and Jesus was a black African and God is a black African and to him there's not a single racist thing in any of those beliefs of jews, Jesus and God being black Africans.
But if you happen to disagree that Jews, Jesus and God aren't black, be prepared to be called a flaming racist and he'll spend posts after posts to convince you/brainwash you to believe that Jews, Jesus and God are all black Africans. And if you still disagree be ready to be declared a racist by him for not agreeing with him because you won't accept the truth of God as he see's it.
This should be interesting to see how you two get along :)
concerned in Egypt

Aberdeen, UK

#24089 Apr 23, 2013
I have reported No surprise for re-wording my posts and claiming I wrote them.

I hope they ban you as your actions clearly wrong fraudulent and dishonest.
concerned in Egypt

Aberdeen, UK

#24090 Apr 23, 2013
Considering Joining the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church)?

Joseph Smith

A Modern-day Prophet of God?

Accepting Joseph Smith’s claims would be less difficult had he been a man of impeccable character. He was not. Instead his story is one of repeated secret sexual affairs with teenage girls and other men’s wives. They acquiesced to their prophet’s advances because Joseph threatened divine punishment if they rejected him. This is not the spiteful charge of critics but the carefully documented findings of Mormon historians.

Is this the sort of man you would trust if he told you that God appeared to him as a 14 year-old boy and told him all other Christian churches were wrong?

Should we simply take Smith’s word when he claims he no longer has the gold plates from which he produced the Book of Mormon because he had to return them to the angel?

more on this goto http://mit.irr.org/in-sacred-loneliness-plura ...

Translator or Trickster?

The factual evidence we do have raises doubts about the Book of Mormon’s authenticity. Archaeology refutes the existence of the Pre-Colombian civilization described by the Book of Mormon. DNA evidence refutes the Book of Mormon claim that Native Americans are descendants of Hebrew immigrants to the Americas.

if Joseph Smith’s claims fail where they can be tested by empirical evidence, how wise is it to trust his story where it cannot be verified?

more on tnis goto http://mit.irr.org/book-of-mormon-archaeology ...

Joseph bought ancient Egyptian papyri and claimed he could translate them. Joseph’s followers believed his story that the papyri were written by the Abraham of the Bible and should be regarded as long-lost scripture. Later scholars and Egyptologists discovered these papyri were nothing more than common, pagan, Egyptian burial scrolls that do not mention Abraham and date from centuries after his time. More …

Since Joseph fails in his ability as a “translator” of the Book of Abraham when his work is tested, how can we accept the claim that he translated the Book of Mormon from gold plates?

cont...
concerned in Egypt

Aberdeen, UK

#24091 Apr 23, 2013
Trumping the Bible

Mormonism pays lip service to the Bible, but only uses it when and where it appears to support Mormon teachings. Joseph made the baseless claim the Bible was unreliable and missing important parts. This opened the door for Joseph to produce his own revelations. The Mormon Church now claims these “Latter-day revelations” trump the Bible, so if any Mormon scripture conflicts with the Bible the Bible has to be wrong. Is it any wonder almost every Christian denomination considers Mormonism a spurious and counterfeit form of Christianity?

There is a complete lack of evidence from science, the Bible and history to support Mormon claims. No wonder the Mormon Church asks people to ignore objective evidence and rely on their feelings to evaluate the Joseph Smith story. Mormon missionaries make it sound spiritual to pray and ask God if Joseph is a true prophet rather than looking carefully at the life and teachings of their founder. But is it really “spiritual” to try and get a good feeling about something being true, while you ignore all the evidence that points to it being false?

Faith certainly plays an important part in our relationship with God and sincerity is an admirable quality, but God also gave us our minds – does He really expect us to ignore evidence of spiritual fraud and take a blind leap of faith?

If you would like to pursue an objective look at Joseph Smith and Mormon origins we encourage you to explore the following areas:

Joseph’s secret polygamy – evidence from a Mormon scholar
DNA evidence that refutes Book of Mormon claims
Archaeological evidence that undermines Book of Mormon authenticity
Joseph Smith’s strange method of producing the Book of Mormon
Joseph Smith’s ever changing versions of his First Vision story
Places the Book of Mormon contradicts the Bible
A quick comparison of Mormon and Christian teachings

goto

http://mit.irr.org/considering-joining-church ...

for the links to these great articles above and start your journey to the truth about the LDS
concerned in Egypt

Aberdeen, UK

#24093 Apr 23, 2013
No Surprise wrote:
<quoted text>
You buddy up their dude.
David is a African American that believes Jews were black Africans and Jesus was a black African and God is a black African and to him there's not a single racist thing in any of those beliefs of jews, Jesus and God being black Africans.
But if you happen to disagree that Jews, Jesus and God aren't black, be prepared to be called a flaming racist and he'll spend posts after posts to convince you/brainwash you to believe that Jews, Jesus and God are all black Africans. And if you still disagree be ready to be declared a racist by him for not agreeing with him because you won't accept the truth of God as he see's it.
This should be interesting to see how you two get along :)
Hey Daivd is man who may know his stuff.

Jesus's flesh Highly Highly probable he was not white as he was of line of King David Via Mary.

Definitely not Blue eyed and Blonde hair. Most likely brown eyes brown skin and dark hair is educated,High Probability if one takes the evidence in to consideration.

I am of White lineage colour does not make to God he loves all the flower of the field blue red yellow white brown black equally.

God does not make mistakes

God the Father and the Holy Ghost both are Spirit neither has a body and thus no skin color.
Truth Matters.

If Jesus manifested himself in Brigham Young's day B.Y. would not allow him into an LDS temple as he belived blacks were neutral in heaven and did not help Jesus in the Spirtual uprising by Lucifer.

Ironic is it not.

“Good day to you!”

Since: Oct 08

Earth

#24094 Apr 23, 2013
From "concerned in Egypt"..
You can't get much lower in the slim to call me out for posting from sites to save time so I don't have to reply myself. Isn't that smart? I paste from other's work and demand that mouse and n surprise make answers to someone eles's work instead of my own work and they think that's lame. I think it's a pretty smart way to avoid having to actually answer any questions I might not know the answer for. Yet dumb things are what dumb dumbs do and aren't I the best of them all! Huh?
Any way for all those seeking bias prejudiced opinions here it is again
If you are not seeking truth about the LDS, the Mormon Sect then keep reading. I have supplied biased prejudical links for you to numb your brain with :)
If you want access to verifiable footnoted biased prejudicial sources that you can verify yourself
Then these sites below are for you as all document their "assertions" are with opinionated EVIDENCE of Biblical Historical and all are not verifiable.
Because the Truth Matters not to me. Pasting matters to me and that is the truth to me, what other people claim. Why should I waste my precious time to do all that research? I think that's stupid don't you? Why research for your own opinion when you can paste other people's opinions.
Besides, when I do that, pasting other people's opinions, I can clutter this thread with paste after paste after paste to waste actual debate space. I think that's a smart thing to do don't you?
Man, mouse and no surprise just don't get it. Their suppose to waste their time answering opinions of other people who will never respond to their statements and questions. They obviously don't understand that cause their dumb dumbs. They want me to make statements and answer questions my own self! How stupid of a fool do they take me to be?? Boy some people just don't get it...
http://mit.irr.org/category/mormonism-and-chr...
http://www.apologeticspress.org/apcontent.asp...
http://www.leaderu.com/offices/michaeldavis/d...
http://www.mrm.org/
http://www.wivesofjosephsmith.org/
http://www.utlm.org/
http://irr.org/
http://carm.org/
http://contentdm.lib.byu.edu/cdm/search/colle...
http://www.spotlightministries.org.uk/index.h...
BTW please for all those arriving to this thread for the first time on this page please take a read of the previous couple of pages.
You will see I paste page after page of other people's opinions of Mormonism.
You will see for a fact that I NEVER EVER respond to personal questions about Mormonism from mouse and no surprise. I would be like a really stupid fool to actually debate either of them from my own opinion, do they think I'm that stupid to do such a luny thing? lol...
If you stay awhile you will notice I secretly suppress honest debate and ultimately the truth. I.E. they watch a page get full of my pasting other people's opinions I want them to answer to so they'll get no response. Isn't that smart thinking? I think so :)
Its the smartest thing to do as non-truth seekers pick up on what I'm doing right away. They agree pasting other's opinions so I can avoid having to answer questions is a really smart thing to do.
God Bless to you mouse and no surprise and my anti-mo dad Dana :) Dana the most because he taught me how to paste without having to actually respond to questions. He's really smart!
concerned in Egypt

Aberdeen, UK

#24097 Apr 23, 2013
The Book of Mormon
Carefully documented articles and resources for investigating and evaluating Book of Mormon teaching, historical claims, and archaeology. Includes scanned images of the entire 1830 first edition Book of Mormon and key examples of the nearly 4,000 changes that have been made to it.

http://mit.irr.org/category/book-of-mormon

The Bible vs. The Book of Mormon
Book Review by:
Glenn Evans
The Bible vs. the Book of Mormon (DVD), Produced by Living Hope Ministries ( www.sourceflix.com ), 2005, 66 min.

The Bible vs. the Book of Mormon is a fascinating and informative documentary that looks at key issues for Mormons, and anyone considering joining the LDS Church. The first sentence in the introduction to the Book of Mormon claims11:07:54,“The Book of Mormon is a volume of holy scripture comparable to the Bible.” Is the Book of Mormon an authentic ancient scripture? Is the Book of Mormon supported by the evidence of archaeology, as the Bible is?

he documentary seeks to examine and compare physical evidence capable of confirming whether or not the Bible and the Book of Mormon present an accurate record of the lands and people of antiquity each respectively describes. The miracles and spiritual truths described in the Bible and Book of Mormon can not be physically examined. Early on in the documentary the question is asked,“Does the Book of Mormon account match the geography and archaeology of the New World [i.e., the Americas] and does the Bible match similar accounts of the Old World [i.e., the Fertile Crescent]?”

continued at http://mit.irr.org/bible-vs-book-of-mormon

The above is a great link full of evidence again easily verifiable at the LDS official websites and books.

Test it for yourself independently of anyone pressuring you.

Read at your own pace in the comfort of your own home.

God Bless

sportxmouse

“Duty is a Privilege!”

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#24098 Apr 24, 2013
concerned in Egypt wrote:
I have reported No surprise for re-wording my posts and claiming I wrote them.
I hope they ban you as your actions clearly wrong fraudulent and dishonest.
He did not respond to your post and reword them.

He made a point. You can copy and paste anyone's opinion... and then reword their opinion.

His point is there is no guarantee what you copy and paste is
VALID or ORIGINAL or CREDIBLE

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