Category Archives: cults

Mormons and Christians use similar language but are they defined the same

Listen to some commentaries on the Mormon Church, or read them here.


Mormons believe the death of Jesus made Salvation possible but his death alone is not the way to salvation

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Are Jehovah’s Witnesses followers of Christ

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How the mormons view Jesus compared to what the Bible teaches

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Sharing Christ with a Mormon

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or read it here.


Surviving Scientolgy : Cathy Schenkelberg shares her story

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The Mormon Church is right on this

Mormon church severs some of its ties to the Boy Scouts

The great great granddaughter of Brigham Young ( the founder of the Mormon Church ) speaks about faith 

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A faith which should be called science fiction 

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Mormons preach love for LGBT members, but no doctrinal shift

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Mormon leaders told gay and lesbian members Tuesday that attraction to people of the same sex is not a sin or a measure of their faithfulness and may never go away, but reminded them that having sex violates fundamental doctrinal beliefs that will not change.
The newly unveiled “Mormon and Gay” church website includes articles, teachings, videos and stories from church members who identify themselves as gay and lesbian. It is a remake of a site first created nearly four years ago that marked the religion’s most significant outreach to gays and lesbians.
The website is designed to encourage compassion and acceptance for LGBT people and strike a softer tone on an issue that has led to criticism of the conservative Utah-based The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints recently.
The Mormon church is one of many conservative faith groups staunchly upholding theological opposition to same-sex relationships amid widespread social acceptance and the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision legalizing gay marriage, while attempting to foster an empathetic stance toward LGBT people.
“There is no change in the church’s position of what is morally right,” church leader Dallin H. Oaks said on the website. “But what is changing_and what needs to change_is helping church members respond sensitively and thoughtfully when they encounter same-sex attraction in their own families, among other church members, or elsewhere.”

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