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Islamic threat against San Diego Mormon Temple

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Apparently American’s most famous Mormon, Mitt Romney, garnered no favor when he insisted that Islam is not a violent faith.

But remember, it’s the Muslims who are the true victims of Islamic terror, or so we are constantly told by their leftist lapdogs in the media. So if the Mormons get blown up, remember to apologize to Muslims and think kindly of Islam.

This is a portrayal of the Mormon temple in San Diego, CA published by ISIS or an affiliate. It was noted yesterday and reproduced by AVOW, a subscription-based web site.

Here is the info that the AVOW site gave regarding the image:

Islamic State media arm circulating new propaganda poster threatening Christmas season attack on San Diego, CA Mormon Temple.

Supplemental Info:

Note the Christmas accents and appearance of blood on the lettering in the image below.

LDS AVOW warns that many, but not all, attacks in the West during the last few years have been preceded by such posters.Vigilance urged.

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  • Mark Pittman

    i have wondered when the muzzies would threaten the lds, there love and generousity shouldnt be seen as a weakness. they are truly vigilant.

    • Achmed

      LDS still have their Danites? Probably not, but at this time and place, in the world, they might come in handy again.

  • Suresh

    And the Dumb Mormon were supporting muslim immigration !

    Muslims are united in their goal of occupation , domination , terrorising and subjugation and practice Islamic Art Of Occupation & Ethnic Cleansing Without Killing http://bit.ly/2y1iju8

    while infidels are clueless and disunited. Unite,fund, support, inform, Organise and resist . Or you’ll end up in a Islamic hellhole.

    • mztore

      the part “Islamic Art Of Occupation & Ethnic Cleansing Without Killing” only applies until they take over….then the killing begins.

      • Suresh

        Agree. that is the plan ! Its ISIS style Koranic choice – convert or die !

    • kikorikid

      Islam does not come to integrate or assimilate.
      Islam comes ONLY to: Conquer, Submit, Convert, or Kill.

      • IzlamIsTyranny

        But the only evidence you have for your position is 1400 years of continuous ethnic cleansing and genocide! Get real!

    • arcnaver

      Clarification, Romney does not speak for the members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. He is a member who is allowed to believe as he may believe, but those beliefs on political issues are his alone. Yes, there are “Mormons” who voted for him, but consider this, his voters are mostly Non-Mormons. Even if every Mormon in the States voted in favor of him, it would still take a vastly larger portion of the Non-Mormon citizens to actually elect him. Meaning almost all of his supporters would still have to be Non-Mormons in order to elect him.

      • Suresh

        I did not say only mormons voted for him.

  • AlgorithmicAnalyst

    Pamela’s book has some good recommendations for what to do.

    • TD

      So now the raddies are picking a fight with mormons?
      Buddist monks, hindus, judaics, christians, other muslims.

      whose next? The Church of Elvis?

    • TD

      “Pamela’s book has some good recommendations for what to do.”
      On that note, the Scientologists (and I know very little about them)..

      But the Scientologists have a concept that even an agnostic like me might agree with called: “Disconnect”. (which means disconnect anyone in your life that can have a negative influence on you).

      In the case of Radical Islam, “Disconnecting” them from Western society sounds like a good idea!

  • Voytek Gagalka

    Although jihadis use frequently so called “useful idiots,” but deep down they despise them and keep them in big contempt: “weak horses.” Pity that useful idiots are apparently incapable to grasp that.

  • Mahou Shoujo

    The threat of an attack is enough to disable society around the target. It is about time to disable the society around mosques.

    • Lynn D

      Like that will happen.. The mussies are the progressives ‘pet people’

      • Mahou Shoujo

        All things come to he who waits. Though it is helpful to poke things along occasionally.

        • Lynn D

          Poke things along, I’d like to light a bloody big fire under the situation. But will have to be content with getting people to see what a scourge Islam is.

          • Mahou Shoujo

            It is a lot of work to try informing people about islam as many don’t want to hear any disturbing news.

          • Rob Porter

            You must be in Canada! Say anything truthful but uncomplimentary about Muslims or Islam and most Canadian recoil or are reduced to whispering – in their own country! This is what it was like living behind the Iron Curtain! And now Canada’s kangaroo courts, the Human Rights Commissions are going to get involved in Toronto policing, to watch for any ‘profiling’. The most effective opponents of terrorism are the Israelis and they constantly use profiling to identify criminals or potential terrorists, so once again Canada sinks further into insane actions that will endanger decent citizens.

          • mztore

            All I , personally say is ‘It’s too bad they don’t profile the mudslimes’. Never in my lifetime has one group of people (minority tho it is) caused so much strife in any country.

          • Rob Porter

            Muslims truly are a curse wherever they go, never create harmony or happiness and delight in misery. It’s a real pity that so many people fail to read the Qur’an to see it’s hatred, intolerance and bigotry. Reading about their home lives reveals character mutilating activities, not least violence and devaluing of females, with resulting warped personalities. These are generally very sick people.

          • mztore

            Have you ever seen an unhappier group of people?

          • Kenek

            I am in Canada too and have no problem discussing islamic culture and requirements with everyone I know. disgusting as it is, their required attitude towards non-moslems. I even have a poster by my desk at work that says “sharia free zone”.

          • Dorrie

            Mormons attitude toward non-Mormons is very similar. I lived and worked 4 years in Salt Lake City and got stabbed in the back repeatedly by Mormons who knew I wasn’t one of them. My home was vandalized and I even received death threats on the phone – after I wrote a letter to the newspaper editor about the false religion of Mormonism.

          • Daniel Ashcroft

            I’m sorry this happened to you. I’m LDS and have been my whole life. I grew up in Utah and know that not all members of the church are loving and peaceful. But they don’t speak for all of us. The ones who tormented you were acting in contrary to the teachings that they have been taught. I, of course, have many friends and family that are members. But also just as many who are not. I have friends who are Muslim, friends who are openly gay, a sister who is atheist and against all religion, and many others of different faiths. We get along just fine. But unfortunately, with ALL religions and beliefs, there will always be those who don’t play nice and give their fellow believers a bad name. Again I am sorry that this happened. It shouldn’t happen to anyone. I am embarrassed by their behavior.

          • Rob Porter

            Well, then you are very fortunate to be where you are because just this week I once again watched an acquaintance with whom I was chatting lower their voice and furtively look around in the hope that no one was hearing our conversation in which we mentioned Islam. Canada’s kangaroo courts, otherwise known as Human Rights Commissions – that would be an affront to any true democracy – have hounded and heavily fined Ezra Levant for his legitimate criticism of Islam and violent Muslim behaviour, and after being hounded by HRCs for the umpteenth time after in Canada giving his similar views on Islam and violent Muslim behaviour, Mark Steyn turned his back on Canada and went to live in the U.S. If Motion 103 does morph into law, legitimate criticism of Islam and violent Muslim behaviour could become detrimental to our liberty in what is now possibly the world champion political correctness country.

          • Craig Reesor

            It is a lot of work. Just trying to break through the crap that president Bush started after 9/11 when he said Islam was a religion of peace. Not many people actually think for themselves. I’ve been reading the book by Tommy Robinson and Peter McLoughlin called Mohammed’s Koran, Why Muslims Kill for Islam. I find it very enlightening. Been trying to understand the Koran for many years now. This book explains how muslims read the koran and it clears things up immensely. I have a lot of respect for Mr Robinson and other warriors against Islam like Geert Wilders. Just don’t want it to get as bad here in the US.

        • IzlamIsTyranny

          This sounds like ad copy for a laxative product.

          • Mahou Shoujo

            islam is enough to make anyone defecate.

    • Dorrie

      It will only happen if patriots become vigilantes! And I believe they SHOULD!

      • Mahou Shoujo

        Very true, it is time to take “assertive action” in taking back the nation.

  • Geza-deplorable

    Of course the islam sees them as competition .
    Muslims can have 4 wife versus many more for Mormons

    “Mormon leaders have acknowledged for the first time that the church’s founder and prophet, Joseph Smith, portrayed in church materials as a loyal partner to his loving spouse Emma, took as many as 40 wives, some already married and one only 14 years old.” —NYTimes

    • Tm.

      Forty wives? My oh my. That should never have been allowed, never, and it should be illegal to marry children.

      • Lynn D

        It’s the downfall of many a religious ‘charismatic’ leader.. They simply cannot help themselves and theologically excuse their desire for 12-14 year old girls…Time and time again we see this occur. Especially in the ‘cult’ type religious groups… I remember from years ago being told that the roots of religious mania and sex mania are derived from the same mindset..

      • mztore

        Read recently where GB was lowering that age to 13 for girls to marry… Not to say that is true as I can’t remember where I read it….and with all the fake news out there, never really believe much until I can verify it myself.

      • Kenek

        one is too dangerous to have.

    • Silent Political Yeoman

      Tell me about how Mormons still practice polygamy to this day. Oh, wait…they don’t.

      • IzlamIsTyranny

        Is lying sacralised in the Mormon faith as well?

        • Heather Markham

          You really don’t know anything about the truth of the Mormon church do you. It’s all just heresay and a bunch of tidbits you heard that have been blown out of proportion and completely lied about. And you call us liars? No, plural marriage is not practiced in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day saints and any that would or have are excommunicated. Those “RLDS” are absolutely not members of this church and were a breakaway faction that continued poligamy after the manifesto. Quit spreading lies please. Do real research, not malarchy libel.

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            Your holeist man was a polygamist. Ever heard of the TV show Sister Wives? It wasn’t fictional and I haven’t noticed the man being excommunicated either.
            http://religion.blogs.cnn.com/2010/10/25/sister-wives-explained-a-fundamentalist-mormon-polygamy-primer/

          • Silent Political Yeoman

            Fundamentalists are not actually part of the main Mormon church. Guess you missed that bit.

          • Robert Markham

            Main Mormon Church being the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Several churches have broken away and became their own sect because they wanted to practice different doctrines that the LDS Church does not. Here is the official statement made by the church denouncing polygamy which is not a doctrine nor practice any more. https://www.lds.org/scriptures/dc-testament/od/1

          • Silent Political Yeoman

            I know about that declaration. Soon as I read that, I thought, “Oh, good to know.” Polygamy is rather bizarre in practice anyway.

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            See Sister Wives then see the fact there are OTHER mormons who disagree w/the LDS and have Joseph Smith’s holey scripture and deeds to back them up.

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            The muslums spew the same lies — no wonder mormons like them so much.

          • Robert Markham

            Our holiest man? You mean Christ? Because I don’t know of any scripture in the Bible, nor Book of Mormon that discusses His wives.

        • Silent Political Yeoman

          If you think the answer is yes, you might need to study more.

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      40 wives I believe it the same number of wives MuhamMUD the prophet 4 profit had.

  • DemocracyRules

    Lawmakers call on Trump admin to outlaw Muslim Brotherhood with new strategy
    https://creepingsharia.wordpress.com/2017/11/30/ban-the-muslim-brotherhood/

  • Pull your heads out!

    This is good. Mormons have gone libtard, supporting Muztards and also weird leftist crap.
    Maybe this will cause at least a few of them to pull their heads out of their asses.

    • Dorrie

      The majority are actually very conservative, even though they support moslems and illegals – I really don’t get it, either. My sister is LDS and refuses to discuss the fact that she is for open borders, but votes conservative. *SMH*

    • Silent Political Yeoman

      Many Mormon millennials are socialists. My friend tells me a lot of them supported Bernie Sanders in the last election.

      • McMuffin My Achin Arse

        Yup, and quite a few in Utah supported McMuffin. Idiotic. When you are willing to gamble on Hitlery winning you’ve got serious problems. I’m guessing they were offended by Trump’s anti-Muztard position because Mormons have been disliked because of their religion by many in the US for a long time; and thus they are overly sensitive to criticism, so they have sympathy with Muztards. I have nothing against the LDS religion – at least they don’t go around killing people who disagree with them like Muztards.

        • IzlamIsTyranny

          The mormons slaughtered an entire wagon train of Christians going to CA and kidnapped all the children. It’s said Brigham Young himself ordered the attack.

          • Tell the truth

            Ancient history. For any group of people, if you go back long enough you can find atrocities.

          • Mark Robinson

            It may be said, but those who say so are lying. And calling the behavior of the people on that wagon train Christian is overstating it by a long shot. Even so, I’m not defending the people who committed that atrocity any more than the Church does so.

    • arcnaver

      How many “Mormon’s” do you actually know? Its rather ridiculous to group them all into one basket like you know something they don’t. Most Mormon’s actually do not believe in “Leftist Crap” and are overall very conservative. Don’t confuse your bubble for reality.

  • Dave

    I suppose I shouldn’t yawn, but, yawn, they made their bed, now…

  • santashandler

    Even the suggestion of such an attack should be met with swift and unrelenting retaliation on the muslim community. At the very least, SDPD should be rounding up muslims and questioning them. This is only going to get worse, since it is largely unchecked.

  • Annie

    If that threat is carried out, the U.S. should blast ISIS off the face of the Earth.

  • Alleged-Comment

    LOL! Now what Mitt??

  • IzlamIsTyranny

    Funny, I always thought mormons would be the IDEAL muslum collaborators. Their holey prophet for profit, Joseph Smith, expressed the greatest admiration for muhamMUD the prophet for profit of islum. Joseph Smith also had a thing for little girls and polygamy. Mormons committed a terrorist attack against a wagon train on its way to California — incl. slaughtering all the adults and kidnapping all the children (just like MuhamMUD did to the Jews of Khybar).

    • michaelofsydney

      Someone should run a ‘Festival of False Ideologies’ I was gonna write ‘religions’ but Islam and Mormonism are just BS and would be up top of the list.

    • Silent Political Yeoman

      Guess you missed the part where Brigham Young excommunicated and imprisoned the ringleaders, and disfellowshipped the rest who were involved.

      • IzlamIsTyranny

        Only after the wagon train disappeared and it was determined to have disappeared in Utah and the US either threatened to or actually sent the US army to Utah. Some say Brigham Young was complicit in ordering the attack.
        Polygamy still goes on in Utah to this day.

        • Silent Political Yeoman

          But they are not actually part of the LDS Church. Any actively practicing polygamist has been publicly labeled as not part of the Mormon faith, so where do you still get the notion that they are somehow Mormon?

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            Ah yes the old No True Scotsman fallacy of argumentation. Muslums use it often.

    • Heather Markham

      I’m always amazed by the ignorant beleifs people have about the history of any and all, especially my religion, the LDS church. You hear a little bit about something and assume it’s all something else and then put a label on the entire religion and say that’s how it was and that’s how it is and it’s all crazy and everyone is brainwashed into some cult, rather than what it actually is, where everyone is REQUIRED to find out for themselves, get their own testimony and conversion, independant of anyone else, through their own study and relationship with God. You know, they did this to the ancient Prophets, apostles, and leaders. People, If you want to know true history, find out from the source, not the oppostion, nor the breakaway factions or the ones who were offended and go on spreading little bits of truth with a lot of extra rumors. Wow. Just wow.

      • Dorrie

        Heather, dear, you WOULDN’T be amazed if you started educating yourself. Start with the wonderful works of Ed Decker of Saints Alive. I’m sure you’ve heard of him. You probably even HATE him because you know deep down that he speaks the truth! Go to his site and pick up some of the books offered there. EDUCATE YOURSELF!

        • Robert Markham

          I’ve read his stuff and seen a few of his videos. I don’t really hate him so much as I feel bad for him because he made certain promises, and then turns around to break them. He then goes beyond that and tries to take others with him and slow others from investigating the church properly to make their own decision to join or not. And all this because he gets offended and overwhelmed with the command from God spoken by Christ in Matthew 5:48 to become perfect.

          • Dorrie

            He broke NO promises. He’s an incredibly decent Christian man who has brought a LOT of Mormons out of that cult and into God’s saving Grace! :)

          • Joe Hunter

            Actually you are wrong. Ed Decker cheated on his wife. Not once…but twice!!…I understand that is what false Christians like you believe is a “decent Christian man”. He lied in “The God Makers”…both book and film. YOU are the one who needs to get out of your false “cult” of paid ministry, saved by grace alone (created by Martin Luther where Christians before the reformation never accepted that – a historical fact). Your false Trinity created by philosophers in a DEBAT not by Prophets who gave revelation on it. I could go on and on about your false “christian” misplaced belief.

          • Dorrie

            Actually, YOU are wrong. Ed has a VERY solid marriage and has most recently helped his wife thru an incredibly serious illness. They are a committed couple who love each other immensely. :)

            Here’s a fun site for you! http://www.topsecretwriters.com/2012/12/10-weird-mormon-beliefs-hidden-not-publicly-talked-about/

            Any one of those points are deal breakers to keep a dear Mormon from spending eternity with Yahweh, but all together, they entirely condemn.

        • xstaticprocess

          Ed Decker is a bigot who cheated on his wife. He made a living off of mocking what other people believe. He’s a total ass.

      • IzlamIsTyranny

        Is your magic underwear chafing?

        • Robert Markham

          So, a piece of cloth that has been promised to wear to remind us of who we are is magical? Other religions have clothing that have been promised to wear too. Exodus 28 discusses the priestly garments for temple (tabernacle at the time of the Exodus) worship.

          • Silent Political Yeoman

            People don’t harp nearly as much on the Catholic hierarchy for their clothes. Double standard, perhaps?

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            No I never went in for satin.

    • Dorrie

      You’re ABSOLUTELY right. Islam and LDS are INCREDIBLY similar! Women are kept clueless and pregnant by both cults.

  • CHARLES S

    We here in Utah–the true state of the Mormons……will welcome all Islamic radical scumbag savages—-our own Gov. Herbert loves having them here in Salt Lake……just as long as none those filthy stinking pos Muslims are living any where near his mansion or the wealthy gated communities….we’d love to see one of those Mormon temples burn. That would truly show Gov Herbert how wonderful those inbred animals assimilate and tolerate the infidels religion….
    what’s not to like. Just keep bringing them in….

    • Mark Robinson

      You do not speak for all Utahans. Your disgusting language doesn’t do you any credit. While I’m not in favor of importing a violent religion that is incompatible with every other religion and political system, you go too far.

      • CHARLES S

        I did NOT say I spoke for “all Utahan”—-and if you don’t like my language then don’t read my comments!

  • Drew the Infidel

    Now you see why I carry a concealed weapon everywhere I go, especially to church.

    Be safe, be trained, be alert.

  • Keith1941

    Wonder if Salt Lake City and/or LDS church is paying attention? One of the reasons many have moved from California to Utah was to get away from these things. Of course, Salt Lake City isn’t like the rest of the state.

    • Dorrie

      The LDS organization controls it’s followers by telling them to just think about pleasant things and ignore all that isn’t uplifting. So MOST of them actually think illegals are “refugees” and welcome them.

      I know this is fact because my sister is a devout Mormon and completely refuses to discuss anything she finds unpleasant. I’ve read every bit of material that organization has printed, and every book about Mormonism in print. It’s a religion based on a false gospel and a false god. Their “Jesus” was not born of a virgin and their god is one of too many to count, because he lives on the planet Kolob with his many wives and has billions of spirit children whom Mormons are expected to give bodies to. That’s why they have such large families.

      • Silent Political Yeoman

        If that’s true, then why do Mormons believe in the KJV Bible, where it specifically says Mary was a virgin?

        Also, what are your thoughts on the Book of Mormon, since you claim to have read it?

        • IzlamIsTyranny

          LOL, Unfortunately for you South Park’s documentary on how the Book of Mormon was written is true.
          Joseph Smith didn’t admire a Jewish carpenter half as much as he admired a vicious, vile, mass murdering, lying slaver, warlord and child molester.

          • Silent Political Yeoman

            Parker and Stone make a lot of assumptions and false conjectures in order to paint a religion they hate in a negative light. They’ve mocked Mormons not once but twice in major productions (Orgazmo and The Book of Mormon musical). I’ve yet to see them mock anyone or anything as much as they have the Mormons.

            I doubt anyone in southern New York in the 1820s had even heard of Islam while there was so much debating between different Christian faiths going on.

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            Your lies are unconvincing:
            In the heat of the Missouri “Mormon War” of 1838, Joseph Smith made the following claim,

            “I will be to this generation a second Mohammed, whose motto in treating
            for peace was ‘the Alcoran [Koran] or the Sword.’ So shall it eventually
            be with us—‘Joseph Smith or the Sword!’ ”[1]

            https://www.quora.com/Was-Joseph-Smith-inspired-by-Mohammad

        • Dorrie

          There isn’t enough space for me to give you my “thoughts” about the Book of Mormon, other than to say I agree with what the Smithsonian Institute has said about it, “Its a book looking for a place to happen.” Entirely false, partly plagiarized and followed by lesser and lesser folks when they realize they’ve been duped!

          • Silent Political Yeoman

            “Entirely false, partly plagiarized…”
            Back to my first question: how so?

          • Dorrie

            Please do your own research, I did. The 8th chapter of Isaiah KJV to the letter, was plagiarized by Joseph Smith in the Book of Mormon – that’s just STARTERS. I studied that false religion IN DEPTH for 4 years and read everything I could get my hands on about it. It’s a false religion from the very pit of hell!

          • Silent Political Yeoman

            Compared to what reference?

            More importantly, how does a young man with only a third grade education and interested more in farm work than anything else invent an entire history on a whim? It doesn’t make sense for someone who’s had next to no creative endeavors in his life.

          • Dorrie

            Compared to the BIBLE!

          • Silent Political Yeoman

            I meant Isaiah 8 compared to what Book of Mormon reference?

          • Dorrie

            Look, I’m not here to educate you. If you’re at all curious, READ the Book of Mormon and compare it with what God’s Word, the BIBLE says. Joseph Smith plagiarized Isaiah 8 in the book he wrote, called Book of Mormon. Whether you believe it or not is not important, it’s fact and has been proven.

          • Silent Political Yeoman

            You made the damn claim. I’m telling you to show your proof, else you have no argument to stand on.

          • Joe Hunter

            LOL….[rolls eyes] as she quotes regurgitated old anti-mormon objections that have been debunked for decades.

          • Dorrie

            FYI, everything I’ve said has been exposed for decades and people are leaving the LDS cult by the droves!

          • xstaticprocess

            “A Bible! A Bible! We have got a Bible!” Whether true or false, the Book of Mormon sure gets that one right. worshipping the Bible is called idolatry. It’s not the 4th member of the Trinity, it’s a compilation of various letters and accounts that were assembled together by MAN hundreds of years after Christ walked the earth. Not to mention edited and changed and rewritten a LOT. If you actually did historical research you would know that.

          • Joe Hunter

            Dorrie you are just ignorant…of lots of things. Study your own falsehoods like the: Trinity (you will never find the words: “essence” or “substance” in the bible in either Classical Hebrew or Koine Greek or Aramaic), “sola scriptura”, “Solo fide”, arminianism vs calvinism, paid ministry being not taught in the scripture, etc….you need an education badly…I mean badly.

          • Dorrie

            Joe you CANNOT defend a false religion. And your rants are sad and a complete waste of time to read. Have a life, it will be the ONLY life you have unless you repent and turn to the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

          • Joe Hunter

            Dorrie no you did not. You basically take all your material from “The God Makers” by Ed Decker which I already said was debunked as full of lies, half-truths, deception, and falsehoods. Gotta love those who claim to be “experts” in Mormonism….lol…when those “in-the-know” know where your sources derive from. How about you actual use primary sources. As for your ridiculous comment about plagiarization of Isaiah as found in the Book of Mormon. Let me educate you a little as the problem with you is that you seem to lack basic knowledge of not only the Bible and history and manuscripts but also of Mormonism.

            The quotation of Isaiah 2:16 by 2 Nephi 12:16, “And upon all the ships of the sea, and upon all the ships of Tarshish, and upon all pleasant pictures” is sometimes used as evidence of an ancient source for the Book of Mormon. The KJV contains only half the phrase, while the Septuagint contains the other half. Some Book of Mormon scholars conclude that an ancient text contained the phrase intact, which the Book of Mormon used as a source, while the Septuagint and the KJV each lost a different half. However, modern scholarship suggests that Isaiah 2:16 is part of a poetic section and is a rhyming couplet; the Book of Mormon contains three phrases at this section where the meter dictates there should be only two, though which of the two is still debated.

            One FARMS researcher, John A. Tvedtnes, performed comparisons of the Isaiah variants found in the Book of Mormon with the following versions of the Book of Isaiah: the Hebrew Massoretic text, the Dead Sea scrolls found at Qumran, the Aramaic Targumim, the Peshitta, the Septuagint, the Old Latin and Vulgate, and the Isaiah passages which are quoted in the New Testament. He argues that some of these comparisons show support for the Book of Mormon passages as having been derived from an ancient text.

            Just for starters….

          • xstaticprocess

            “. . . a false religion from the very pit of hell!” Dramatics much? O yea and there is no hell that was invented by the Catholic church hundreds of years ago. Maybe you oughta read some historical reliable information rather than Ed Decker’s bullshit.

          • Joe Hunter

            Dorrie you base all your anti-mormon rhetoric from Ed Deckers false books and films that have been debunked for decades. LOL….ah false christians….love to lie and yet like to claim to be “christians”. You are a very misinformed uneducated person. “By their fruits ye shall know them…” So Christ said. Taking Ed Deckers lies as truth proves you to be a non-sincere christian. If you teach lies…you follow Satan…not the Lord.

          • Dorrie

            I have no “anti-mormon rhetoric,” Joe, just truth about the LDS religion, which is straight out of the deepest pit of hell. So sorry.

      • Heather Markham

        “Controls it’s followers”? Really? You really don’t get us. Wow. You love to put a label on everyone based on a few people you may know. Gotta love prejudice. And all that crap about what you think we believe? It’s almost funny, except you actually believe this. Please cure your ignorance and don’t spread stuff that simply is not even close to what we really believe. Mormons are just as Diverse as everyone else and no one tells us what to think. We read the scriptures, we have lessons about the scriptures, and we have leaders who teach us lesson from the scriptures. They ask us to find out for ourselves by study and prayer and asking God himself if he approves or what he ordained to be revealed truth. We go to the horses mouth and ask him to confirm the truth to us. If we get our answer, we get our conversion and testimony. Anyone is welcome to come and go as they please. Anyone is welcome to believe what poliitical idealoogies they choose to embrace. We don’t teach political retoric. Just the scriptures and the Doctrine of Jesus Christ. And our own history. We know our own history, through written documentation and family heritage. And I can tell you that you are way off. Whoever told you this junk was brainwashed, not the other way around. We are told to make up our own mind and find out for ourselves. We don’t just follow what people tell us.

        • Dorrie

          Yes, CONTROLS IT’S FOLLOWERS My sister is one of them and she caved to it 40 years ago. Today, she is a frumpy, house-bound woman without a CLUE about God’s Word, the Bible! Sick, sad and eternally lost.

          I won’t address the rest of your drivel because it’s a waste of time and this is Sabbath.

          Shabbat Shalom.

          • Joe Hunter

            Oh are you a “Sabbatarian”? or “Jewish person”? This will be fun…lol :)

          • Dorrie

            I walk in my Messiah’s footsteps. I’m not anything but an obedient child of the King :)

        • IzlamIsTyranny

          It’s interesting how the Mormon defense of their religion (obfuscation, evasion) sounds eerily similar to how muslums defend their death cult.

          • Joe Hunter

            Oh really Izlamis? Pray tell….show from above where anyone uses “obfuscation” or “evasion”…lol…I can’t wait for your reply. :)

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            You dishonest bastards are evading what your holey prophet did and said and your excuses for the mormon wagon train massacre are disgusting.

        • Silent Political Yeoman

          My friend said that he seriously questioned his own faith when he was a missionary. He told me (with his permission) that after pouring his heart out in prayer one night, he had a dream that pretty much changed his outlook on his life at the time, and ended up sticking it out, through both good times and bad. He wouldn’t elaborate on his dream and I didn’t want to press him on it, but if something as simple as a dream can persuade someone to action (like Pharaoh’s dream did in Genesis), then maybe it can still happen to anyone.

          • Dorrie

            Sad …I wonder who your friend prayed to . . .

          • Joe Hunter

            I know who you follow and pray to….certainly is not the real Godhead. You pray to a God in a Trinity that is derived not from the Bible, but from corrupt uninspired philosophers. Historical FACT:
            Colossians 2:8 (KJV)

            8 Beware lest any man spoil you through PHILOSOPHY and vain deceit, AFTER THE TRADITION of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ.

            [ BOLD MINE FOR EMPHASIS]

          • Dorrie

            I pray to Yahweh, my Elohim, Joe. YOU apparently are LDS and pray to the false god of Mormonism and a counterfeit Jesus who didn’t die on the cross for your sins.

  • Dan Knight

    Actually we should love Muslims …

    … ban Islam and convert them to a Western religion. That will save many lives.

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      And if we had spacecraft like in Star Trek we could just leave this planet altogether and let the leftist atheists and mormons be consumed by the f’ing muslums.

  • Anonomous

    I find a great difficulty with this article. Not knowing if the validity of the threat is true or not and the fact that right under this article is a link to sell a book, which is in very poor taste to say the least. Regardless of its validity the fact that this link seemingly is using this fear, or issue which is a threat to human lives as a promotion to make money says too that there’s something even more scary and wrong with our world as well. (Sad).

  • MichaelB204

    Yep, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is the only Biblically authentic, fully Christian church on earth. This makes them a target for all sorts of evil.

    • Dorrie

      Nope, it’s a cult, from start to finish. It teaches “another gospel,” which scripture warns against. It refuses to accept the divinity of Christ, which is clearly spoken of in the Bible. The list goes on.

      Mormonism is a cult from the pit of hell, just as Islam is.

      • Heather Markham

        We beleive in the Divinity of Christ in every sense of the word. We believe everything the Bible teaches about Christ and understand it more deeply the entirety of the breadth of the purpose of Christs Mission because we understand how significantly his atonement covers the entire world. We know, as the bible states, that “there are other sheep not of this fold, them also must I bring” that he is the savior of the entire world, not just a few and that he visited others and wanted his law to be taught among other people and provide salvation to those who have never heard of his name. No other Christian religion provides the answers for how he is able to perform this ability, because no one else has the full knowledge of the pure gospel as much was not put in the bible and much was taken away when it was compiled and revelation was quieted until the last dispensation was opened just as Isaiah said would happen. Study the entire bible, not just tidbits. It’s ALL there. Go to the vatican, read the ancient texts and research the dead sea scrolls if you want a surprise. We beleive the bible is true and that Jesus Christ is God and testify that he is the only way to salvation and exhaltation. Your list is tainted with lies and deception about the truth of what we actually beleive and what the gospel actually is. We know that Christ is in fact the savior of the world and our God. We also know and understand the relationship of our heavenly father and his son Jesus Christ as it is written and understood in the bible, that many have obscured with frustrating descriptions based on the Nicene creed that a bunch of religions got together to decide what they beleived, rather than ask God and get it directly from him. You want the answer, Ask God. Don’t rely on heresay and other people’s opinions. If you want to understand a scripture, ask him, ask the source. Anyone here wanting a good overview of some of the finer arguments against our basic theology, go to http://www.mrmormon.com. He has an excellent bunch of audio discourses that are entertaining and enligtening about what we really beleive and how the bible supports our beleifs to a T, well IS OUR BELIEFS. Also, read John 10 again. Really read it. THe KJV, not this new age changed stuff. Too bad you can’t read it in hebrew, which has more appropriate verbage, but KJV. Please stop beleiveing crap that simply is not true.

        • Dorrie

          No you most certainly do not! You don’t even believe he died on the CROSS! You believe the blood he shed was in Gethsemane, not the cross! You also believe YOUR god lives on a planet named KOLOB and that he has many wives and they are eternally pregnant, popping out spirit babies, which you good Mormons are required to give earthly bodies to!

          Please start comparing what you’ve been WRETCHEDLY taught, to what God’s Word says! You’ve been lied to so long that you’re BRAINWASHED!! And you’re hell-bound because of your erroneous beliefs!!

          • Silent Political Yeoman

            “You don’t even believe he died on the CROSS!”

            Why the hell do Mormons even believe in the Bible, then, if that were remotely true? For God’s sake, the Bible even says that Christ atoned in the Garden of Gethsemane.

          • Dorrie

            It’s far more than “remotely true,” dear Yeoman. It’s FACT.

          • Silent Political Yeoman

            Based on what? Your word?

          • Dorrie

            As I’ve already stated, BASED ON GOD’S WORD.

          • Silent Political Yeoman

            So what you’re implying is that God spoke to you and said the Mormon religion is false? If you’re just gonna lean on Paul’s words in his second letter to Corinth, I’m afraid you’re gonna have to do better than that.

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            A false, child molesting, polygamous prophet for a false religion? Sounds plausible to me as does Mormons collaborating w/f’ing muslums.

          • Dorrie

            I’ve already done far better than you, little man. I think this conversation is finished.

            Be well.

          • Robert Markham

            God lives on a planet near the star named Kolob. https://www.lds.org/scriptures/pgp/abr/3.2-3 Still not sure where in scripture it discusses the multiple wives of God. Eternally pregnant? No longer considered pregnant when the baby comes out.

          • Dorrie

            That is what Mormons are taught. They are also taught that they will be married for eternity and have 1 child after another to populate ANOTHER planet. Mormon men are told they will be gods of their own planet in the next life. And God does NOT live on a planet – PERIOD.

            You can deny this stuff all you like, but it’s fact and if you’re Mormon, you know it is.

          • xstaticprocess

            Sounds word for word like you are quoting Ed Decker. You worship him along with worshipping the Bible?

          • Dorrie

            No, dear heart, I worship Yahweh ONLY.

            And what I’ve learned from Mormonism is from their own writings and their own book.

            1 Corinthians 1:18

          • xstaticprocess

            Whatever, sweet cheeks.

          • xstaticprocess

            Whatever, sweet cheeks.

          • Dorrie

            Now that’s quite a sound debate!

            LOL!! Try harder, little man. Your points are beyond weak, they’re non-existent.

            You might start with a barber and a shave … you simply have nothing and your appearance is that of a homeless drug addict.

          • xstaticprocess

            How’s about you slit your throat so you can be with Jeebus sooner?

          • xstaticprocess

            I’m sure Jeebus will give you lots of brownie points in heaven for how you have judged and insulted me. What a disgusting person, fake typical bigoted “christian” you are.

          • Dorrie

            I have no earthly idea what a “Jeebus” is. And slinging “bigot” at someone because you have no logic to argue, is quite typical of someone who is incredibly angry and lost.

            But again, please be well.

      • Silent Political Yeoman

        Explain the Book of Mormon’s subtitle, then: “Another Testament of Jesus Christ”

        • Dorrie

          Easy. God’s Word, the Bible warns of someone coming to you with “another gospel”… i.e. “Testament.” The Book of Mormon is a false gospel about a false god.

          • Silent Political Yeoman

            Oh, okay, so Jesus Christ is a false god then. Good to know. If you’re referring to 2 Corinthians 11:3-4, which reads: “But I fear, lest by any means, as the serpent beguiled Eve through his
            subtilty, so your minds should be corrupted from the simplicity that is in Christ. For if he that cometh preacheth another Jesus, whom we have not preached, or if ye receive another spirit, which ye have not received, or another gospel, which ye have not accepted, ye might well bear with him.” Paul refers to false preachers who teach doctrines that are not of Christ. I’m not entirely sure what you’re trying to get at or what example you’re trying to use out of the Mormons’ second scriptures to make your case.

          • Dorrie

            I didn’t say that.

            You’re twisting my words to say what you want them to say, not what I said at ALL.

            Mormons believe their god lives on a planet named KOLOB … the Book of Mormon is like a science fiction novel, only it isn’t entertaining, it’s tragic, because millions of souls are being lost because they believe it.

          • Silent Political Yeoman

            Then actually give a f—ing example out of their book instead of spouting nonsense! You’re all talk and no source!

          • Dorrie

            I stop replying to people who have such a weak vocabulary that they resort to foul words when they don’t understand facts. Be well. I’ll pray for you.

          • Silent Political Yeoman

            You just suck at debating in general and I’m calling you out on your own bullshit. You put up the claim, I challenge you on a source (which you’re supposed to provide), and yet you provide zero support to back it up. I don’t have a weak vocabulary so much as you do in having piss-poor skills in debate.

            Insisting that something is fact without citing a supporting source simply makes your argument vox nihili.

          • Dorrie

            I don’t debate, i just speak the truth and let it be. It’s up to you to either accept it, or use name-calling and foul language to defend your failure to know the Creator.

            This is proven fact. Take it or leave it. http://lifeafter.org/salvation/why-mormons-leave-the-church/

            And speaking of “Silent,” you make lots of noise, but say nothing to enrich yourself or anyone else.

          • Silent Political Yeoman

            As a testament to how small your vocabulary is, the term “silent” isn’t just restricted to speech, as most people assume, but I guess that notion is lost on you.

            On another note, girls married off young since medieval ages up through the American Colonial times.
            http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2014/02/teen-girls-stop-commonly-getting-married/

            Also, your truth is mostly lies at its core. The article you posted is based largely on conjecture and fear-mongering. I mean, you’re no better than the guy who hosts a failing show called “Heart of the Matter.” It’s all anti-Mormon drivel that just adds on to the growing pile of people who haven’t stopped attacking since Joseph Smith’s murder. There’s only one being who’s at the head of this constant assault, and it isn’t Jesus.

          • Dorrie

            What’s “lost on” me is the fact that you are just another gullible soul, taken in by a lie from the pit of hell. That isn’t just lost, it’s TRAGIC!

            Let’s start here:
            1. Bible’s One God vs. Mormon Polytheism

            2. The fraud of the Book of Abraham (See Proverbs 14:5)

            3. Joseph’s Smith famous boast

            4. Brigham Young and the worship of Adam

            5. Brigham Young and 10 ft tall men on the moon.

            6. New World Archaeology: Zarahemla will never be found.

            7. False prophecies in Doctrines and Covenants

            8. Joseph Smith III prophecy

            9. The Bible’s salvation by grace through faith

            10. 1,000’s of changes in Mormon scripture: Why?

            11. Changes in Mormon doctrine: Adam, polygamy, blacks,

            12. Complete testimony of the three and eight witnesses

          • Dorrie

            Mormonism claims to be divinely inspired…It professes to be
            revealed to the present generation for the salvation of all who will receive it, and for
            the overthrow and damnation of all nations who reject it.

            Islam claims the same thing.

            Christ said, “I am the Way, the Truth and the Life, NO man comes to the Father but by Me.” He is the ONLY way, not Mormon doctrine, not ANY doctrine other than HIM! He is the ONLY way for Salvation!

            Mormonism is a religion that offers no true hope for salvation.

          • Silent Political Yeoman

            For the record, I’m not one of them. I simply find it unfair to constantly attack Mormons for having a different set of beliefs aside from mainstream Christianity.

            I take issue with your claim of “salvation by grace through faith,” simply because it implies that faith is all we need to be saved. Well, if that’s all it takes, then why do anything else? As long as I simply believe, then I’m good to go.
            Frankly, that’s just laziness. One thing I do agree with Mormons about is that faith without works is dead. That’s like saying I believe water will keep me alive but I don’t need to drink it.

          • Dorrie

            It isn’t an “attack,” it’s an attempt to open their eyes to the fact that they’ve been misled, taught wrong and lied to about the nature of God. It’s an ATTEMPT to point them to the REAL Jesus who can save them, not the counterfeit one they’ve been offered.

            Sure, many DO good works, but works without faith in Jesus who DIED for them is ALSO dead!

            Be well.

          • Joe Hunter

            You are a lying deceitful hypocrite Dorrie besides being lowly educated.

          • Dorrie

            I am a child of the Most High and an heir to His Kingdom. And I raise up His name in worship! Your hate and vile judgmental attitude is noted and dismissed.

            May you be blessed by the truth so that your spirit will spend eternity with the Creator :)

          • Dorrie

            1 Corinthians 1:18

          • Joe Hunter

            Dorrie…study your own theology….you will be surprised by just how off the mark you are

          • Dorrie

            I study the Bible, Joe. And Mormonism isn’t even CLOSE to being in line with God’s Word, the Bible. I don’t have MY OWN theology, I have a relationship with the Most High God and am a child of the King and an heir to the Kingdom. Perhaps you should get acquainted with Him! :)

          • Joe Hunter

            LOL…oh my Dorrie…using Ed Deckers garbage again….LOL…you certainly are an expert on “mormonism”…LOL….you crack me up….lol..no seriously…expert of mormon theology…lol

          • Dorrie

            Lots more out there besides Ed Decker and as hated as Ed is, he’s is right on the money about Mormonism. :)

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            Yeshua warned about false prophets like Joseph Smith and his hero MuhamMAD the prophet for profit.

          • Joe Hunter

            Yes Jesus warns us of false prophets…what you don’t seem to get is that this begets there would be true prophets too. Ephesians chapter 2 and 4 talk about the church being built upon “prophets and apostles”…as the foundation for the church. Nowhere in scripture does it say the Lord would not send anymore prophets. As a matter of FACT…it tells us we need “prophets and apostles” to guide us.

            Ephesians chapter 4 vs 11- 14

            11 And he gave some, apostles; and some, prophets; and some, evangelists; and some, pastors and teachers;

            12 For the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ:

            13 Till we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fulness of Christ:

            14 That we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men, and cunning craftiness, whereby they lie in wait to deceive;

            So without them we could not perfect the saints (members of the church were called “saints” (holy ones), nor could we come to the “unity of the faith” without those prophets and apostles…and we need them so we are not “tossed to and fro” with every doctrine man would make up….um…where are your prophets and apostles today?…don’t say the Bible…because here is a secret you ignorant false christian seem to not grasp….the Bible was not compiled and in most peoples hands until around the 18th century with the printing press and where it was affordable only in the 19th century for most to own….so does that mean all the Christians that predated owning a bible….were not Christian then? Simpleton.

          • Joe Hunter

            Did you know Dorrie…that the Jews used the same argument against the Christians of the first century? When the first Christians proselytized amongst the Jews after the revelation was given to do so…the Jews would cling to their TaNahk (their scriptures) and cite Deut 4:2 claiming no more revelation was to be given after Amos. Yet, we are so fortunate those early converts to the “new Jewish faith” (Christianity)…listened to the Holy Spirit and did not depend upon the false theories of man as taught by the main church (Jewish Synagogue) of their time. I bet if you lived in those days you too would have rejected “another testimony of the Messiah (Christ)”…the rebellious spirit you now possess would have possessed you then to …to reject the truth.

          • Dorrie

            Apples and oranges, Joe …

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            It’s nothing but a red herring and surprisingly similar to the dishonest techniques muslums use to defend their faith.

          • Dorrie

            VERY true! Islam and LDS is QUITE similar!

        • IzlamIsTyranny

          It’s called a lie. A lie told by a self-aggrandizing, self-styled prophet who was also a child molester and had delusions of becoming muhammad, but never had enough military power to pull it off.

          • Silent Political Yeoman

            And yet modern archaeologists have corroborated some of the places named within the Book of Mormon, such as a burial ground in Yemen that’s described just in the first book. I highly doubt a farm boy with only a third grade education would know such a place existed.

          • Dorrie

            LOL!! Not according to the Smithsonian Institute! NO place has been found in the U.S. that was mentioned in the BOM! ZERO! ZILCH! NADA! You’re living in lala land, son!

        • xstaticprocess

          @silentpoliticalyeoman:disqus — Arguing with religious fanatics and people who cling to the words of people like the liar and adulterer Ed Decker is akin to bashing one’s head into a wall, over and over and over again. You’re just adding fuel to a fire of bigotry, I wouldn’t bother if I were you. :)

          • Dorrie

            1 Corinthians 1:18

            Some of us cling to He who created all there is. Then there are folks like you, who like to point fingers and blame people for things that are false, but it makes you feel like SUCH a big man.

            Very sad . . .

          • xstaticprocess

            Isn’t it lonely up there on that high horse?

          • Dorrie

            Wouldn’t know, I live down here with the believers, at the foot of the Cross.

          • xstaticprocess

            What a coincidence! I live “down there” too, albeit a few floors down, in hell with the heretics, where everyday is a party, as we welcome in all those who used to believe in Jeebus.

          • xstaticprocess

            What a coincidence! I live “down there” too, in hell with the heretics, where we celebrate all those who used to believe in Jeebus.

          • Dorrie

            All I know is that you appear to be angry, mocking and just plain lost.

            Will pray for you.

            be well.

          • xstaticprocess

            How nice for you. Keep up all those judgements while you’re down there. People like you are why individuals hate religion.

      • Joe Hunter

        Oh Dorrie…silly girl…lol…all falsehoods..no truth to your statements…no evidence…just Dorrie’s “feelings”.

      • xstaticprocess

        “cult” = a different belief system that I do not like and/or do not understand.

        • Dorrie

          Sorry, little man, but that doesn’t hold up in ANY debate. Belittling your opponent indicates you have no argument. You’re just flailing at the wind. ;-)

          It has LONG been known by Christian theologians, that the LDS Org, is a large cult and NONE of it’s teachings align with God’s Word, the Bible, yet it’s followers call themselves “Christians.” THAT started in the 70’s after they were exposed for being racist for not allowing blacks to hold the priesthood. So they scrambled around, up there in Salt Lake City, across from the temple, and rearranged their talking points.

          • xstaticprocess

            I take it, then, that you are an affiliate with ISIS and would applaud a terrorist attack by them on an LDS temple.

          • Dorrie

            So slinging insults is all you have, huh?

            I’ll just wish you well and be gone now. Good luck with your anger and insults.

      • MichaelB204

        BIBLE VERSES AS PREFACE TO BOOK OF MORMON

        Genesis 49:22-26 1Nephi 1:18-20, 2:1-2, 6:1-2
        Exodus 33:11, Numbers 12:8 Ether 3:6-13
        Isaiah 29:4 Moroni 10:27
        Isaiah 29:10-14 1Nephi 22:7-9 Compare 2Nephi 27
        Ezekiel 37:16-20 2Nephi 29:7-8
        Amos 3:7 3Nephi 29:5-7
        Amos 8:11-12 2Nephi 28:26-32
        John 10:16 3Nephi 15:12-24
        2Timothy 3:16 1Nephi 15:23-25
        1Peter 3:18-19, 4:6 Alma 40:11-14
        2Peter 1:20-21 2Nephi 28:30-31
        Revelation 14:6-7 Moroni 7:21-32
        These Bible references denote events, or doctrines of the Bible which are fulfilled or illuminated in the Book of Mormon as noted in the reference across from it. The object is to feel the Spirit of the Book of Mormon, the Holy Ghost, which motivated the prophets in both cases. I know that the Book of Mormon is the word of God revealed in the Americas. It is the “Stick of Joseph” as the scrolls were referred to in Ezekiel. This means that Joseph Smith was a prophet of God, which was prophesied in 2Nephi chapter 3. Word of God = Prophet. All personal and organizational criticisms do not matter (they are really unknowns). What is known is that when I want to be close to God, understand doctrines, feel strong testimonies of Christ and His Atonement, I get all that by reading the Book of Mormon as well as the Bible. Why is there another testament of Christ? To convince the Jews and all others who have rejected the scriptures that are a product of Christ’s Church in the New Testament.
        Mike Watson, mbwatson@windstream.net

        • Dorrie

          Michael, you can quote the entire Bible to me if you’d like, it doesn’t change the fact that LDS Org is a cult. Check out a book by Dr. Walter Martin called KINGDOM OF THE CULTS.

          May you find Yeshua and may you be set free!

          • MichaelB204

            Politics and religion are debates about history and what is most significant. Stoning the prophets is neither healthy or useful, but you can take solace in the thought that had you lived in the time, Paul (Saul) would have held your coat.

          • Dorrie

            I take “solace” in the fact that MY Messiah truly died for me and that I will live for eternity WITH Him! That gives me unfathomable JOY!

          • MichaelB204

            Good thought, and so testified the prophet Lehi in the “book from the dust” or the “Stick of Joseph”, “6 Wherefore, redemption cometh in and through the Holy Messiah; for he is full of grace and truth.
            7 Behold, he offereth himself a sacrifice for sin, to answer the ends of the law, unto all those who have a broken heart and a contrite spirit; and unto none else can the ends of the law be answered.
            8 Wherefore, how great the importance to make these things known unto the inhabitants of the earth, that they may know that there is no flesh that can dwell in the presence of God, save it be through the merits, and mercy, and grace of the Holy Messiah, who layeth down his life according to the flesh, and taketh it again by the power of the Spirit, that he may bring to pass the resurrection of the dead, being the first that should rise.
            9 Wherefore, he is the firstfruits unto God, inasmuch as he shall make intercession for all the children of men; and they that believe in him shall be saved.” From 2Nephi, chapter 2.
            Dorrie, if you love Jesus, you will love the Book of Mormon. It contains 17 chapters of his personal instruction to his “other sheep”. It is the “marvelous work and a wonder”, the book referenced in the 29th chapter of Isaiah. It testifies of Christ and references the Savior more than any other scripture. To me it is the Book of the Atonement. As Moroni completed his father, Mormon’s compilation he left this promise, “3 Behold, I would exhort you that when ye shall read these things, if it be wisdom in God that ye should read them, that ye would remember how merciful the Lord hath been unto the children of men, from the creation of Adam even down until the time that ye shall receive these things, and ponder it in your hearts.
            4 And when ye shall receive these things, I would exhort you that ye would ask God, the Eternal Father, in the name of Christ, if these things are not true; and if ye shall ask with a sincere heart, with real intent, having faith in Christ, he will manifest the truth of it unto you, by the power of the Holy Ghost.
            5 And by the power of the Holy Ghost ye may know the truth of all things.

          • Dorrie

            Michael, BECAUSE I love Yeshua, I have the indwelling of the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) and KNOW the Book of Mormon is a false document that is dragging the dear Mormon people into hell!

          • MichaelB204

            As one who has read and studied the Book of Mormon, I can testify that it is the word of God, the words of prophets who lived in the Americas. There are external and internal evidences. Mormon, the compiler added this note to his people in his seventh chapter, “8 Therefore repent, and be baptized in the name of Jesus, and lay hold upon the gospel of Christ, which shall be set before you, not only in this record but also in the record which shall come unto the Gentiles from the Jews, which record shall come from the Gentiles unto you.
            9 For behold, this is written for the intent that ye may believe that; and if ye believe that ye will believe this also; and if ye believe this ye will know concerning your fathers, and also the marvelous works which were wrought by the power of God among them.
            You can call 888-537-2200 for more info or better yet, go visit and see for yourself. Adios, MW

          • Dorrie

            Sorry, Michael, NO, you cannot. You do not have the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, so your “testimony” is from the GREAT DECEIVER, SATAN.

            That has been proven over and over since Joseph Smith died. He was a FRAUD and SCAMMED the people! He send the men out of town and forced their wives to “marry” him. NOTHING about him was Godly or good!

            You believe in a lie.

  • Pantalones

    My theory is that poster is announcing a terrorist attack by Muslims on Christmas.

  • Kenek

    one can only hope Mitt Romney and his family is inside if it gets taken down.

    • Dorrie

      It would be far better if they learned the horrible, dark truth about Mormonism and repented and turned to the real Jesus, instead of the counterfeit one they’ve had shoved down their throats. God doesn’t want ANYONE to perish.

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  • arcnaver

    I think you need to be careful grouping all members of the LDS Church into that basket of your bad experiences. You know not even a fraction of the members of the church, but some how you know they are all liberals, support Muslims, and will stab you in the back. Don’t let the sparks from that ax you have to grind blind you.

  • SNOWDIN

    On September 11 1857 the Mormons murdered a wagon train party going to California. It was called the Meadows Mountain Massacre. The Mormons have to go back to their history and retaliate against the musks that are the safe houses for the caches of weapons and terrorists that are threatening them. ,

  • cylde

    Mormons have been very weak on muslims because they think polygamy is the answer to many problems and it was both their founders idea.

    • Dorrie

      That, and keeping their women weak, pregnant and at home.

  • cylde

    A muslim just got probation in Utah for two rapes.

  • cylde

    Mitt Romney is an uber bureaucrat, not a real leader.

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