Tag Archives: mormons

They’re in our building

Mormon missionaries from America are starting to meet with people in the apartment building where we live in Cluj, Romania. So we’re trying to protect our neighbors, by distributing a brief document warning them about who the LDS missionaries actually … Continue reading

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Mormons waiting to worship the antichrist?

You may already be aware of the mormons’ belief that God is just a man like us who lived on another planet a life good enough to be exalted in power over this planet we live on. And because they … Continue reading

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Joseph Smith was wrong; you won’t be a god.

Mormons believe this world’s Maker was a man like us, whose previous world’s god made him one. On that belief they base their hope that they too will be made gods one day. Their hope will disappoint. Isaiah 43:10b: “Before … Continue reading

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Does Mormonism Result in Good Morality, Citizenship, and Politics?

Several former mormons have shared this with me about their past religious affiliation: That mormon culture is one that is focused very strongly on putting up a false public front, as individuals, and as a church organization, in order to … Continue reading

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