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Tag Archives: Mormons
What Can Be Done With A Tract, C.D., or DVD?
Keep specialty tracts written on specific religious groups (Seventh Day Adventists, Jehovah Witnesses, the Latter Day Saints, etc.) near the door, so that they may be shared with these groups when they come knocking (The Jehovah Witnesses usually will not … Continue reading
Posted in Apologetics, Soul Winning Tagged cd, dvd, evangelism, Jehovah Witnesses, latter day saints, mail, Mormons, seventh day adventist, Soul Winning, tracts Leave a comment
What Do I Say?
You’re at home. You hear a rap upon the door. You look out and two young men in white shirts are standing there. You open the door, and find that they are from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter … Continue reading
Posted in mormon, Mormons Tagged 1 Corinthians 15:29, almah 34, baptism for dead, book of mormon preface, Deuteronomy 18, doctrine and covenents 87, ether 15, joseph fielding smith, joseph smith, latter day saints, Mormons, the fullness of the everlasting gospel, why do we need book of mormon Leave a comment
In The News: What Will Future Homes Look Like?
Some months ago, (this article was first written in February 2006) there was a big push for America to recognize homosexual marriage. The mayor of San Francisco was licensing and performing such marriages, defying the state. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts … Continue reading
Posted in Family, Homosexuality, Islam, Marriage, mormon, Mormons, World Religions Tagged adam and eve, group marriage, Homosexuality, Islam, koen brand, marcinella belgium, massachusetts, Mormons, muslim, pandora's box, polyandry, polygamy, rosendale netherlands, same sex marriage, san francisco mayor, serge and christine and katrina and judith regnier, stanley kurtz, the weekly standard, unitarian church, victor and bianca and mirjam de bruijn Leave a comment
The Unpardonable Sin
I was studying with an eighty-seven year old woman. She was a Methodist, who had never been baptized in the right way, or for the right reason. She wanted to be, and later would be, but at this point she … Continue reading
Posted in Evidence, Forgiveness, Holy Spirit, mormon, Mormons, Plan of salvation, Sin, Textual study, Uncategorized Tagged 1 Corinthians 6, 1 Timothy 1, adultery, back slidding, beelzebub, blasphemy, blasphemy against the holy spirit, Corinthians, doctrine and covenents, elizabeth reed, fornication, Homosexuality, Mark 3, Matthew 12, methodist, Mormons, murder, paul, rejecting evidence, sin against the holy spirit, song o why not tonight, the unpardonable sin Leave a comment
Ethics: Race and Prejudice (Part 3)
Unjust prejudice exits all over this earth. Some times it takes the form of ethnocentrism, which is prejudice based on cultural differences. “Even people who look very similar can have improper attitudes toward each other… The Irish and the English… … Continue reading
Posted in Ethics, History, Marriage, mormon, Mormons, Race Tagged blacks, cain's mark, canaan's curse, darwinism, english, ethics, hitler, huxley, interracial marriage, irish, japanese, jews, jews killed jesus, korean, marriage, mein kampf. book of mormon, Mormons, mormons and blacks, Race, thomas sowell, whites and blacks testing Leave a comment
Ever Changing Doctrines
When the previous Pope died, numerous news reports cited various polls which asked the people what the next Pope should change: Should he allow the priest to marry? Should he allow female priests? Should the church change its views on abortion … Continue reading
Posted in Catholic, Doctrine, Jehovah Witnesses, mormon, Mormons Tagged baby dedication, born in sin, Catholics, change, doctrine, infant baptism, Jehovah Witnesses, methodist, Mormons, polygamy, pope, selecting pope 2 Comments