The Inconvenient Truth On Mormonism — 10 Comments

  1. Tricia, good article…necessarily lengthy. So glad to see you stand up for Jesus Christ and His righteousness at great cost to yourself. May He protect you from attacks and enmity…cover you with His strong right hand.

  2. Hey Tricia – I have an honest question. Is it not harder for a rich man (or woman) to gain entry to heaven than for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle? From your own bio – “she is an enterprising businesswoman with a long and successful career as a major motion picture casting director, crisis management specialist, and publicity and image consultant communications expert”

    I think that enterprising businesswomen are not being faithful to true Christian values, and should instead ne at home faithfully serving their husbands and households, as is taught in the Bible. Not trying to be offensive – just a good Christian trying to hear your thoughts.

    • John, I get your point but I grew up in the Mormon Church and they are very focused on “image” in order to promote their false religion…and I guess I should have said that they (Mormons) usually have a very “clean” and attractive image…so I give you that. Thanks for you feedback. Tricia

    • I was raised in the Mormon Church and was a Mormon Bishop’s daughter, plus married in the secret Mormon Temple ceremonies….so I know of what I speak. I lived it.

  3. The Mormon church is a branch off the free masons. The temple in SLC on the out side is loaded with masonic symbols, smith was a 33 degree free mason, as was B. Young all the secret rituals , symbols and hand shakes done in the temple are free mason . In Mathew Jesus said i do nothing in secret and God does not dwell in temples made by human hands KJV

  4. For a former member of the Church, you didn’t really seem to pay attention or learn much. You present every half-truth or outright fiction you’ve been fed by evangelical preachers as if it were scripture. This is just sad.
    Let me just correct a few:
    “Eternal sex” is not and has never been the doctrine of the Church. That was entirely made up.
    Testimony meetings are not “cookie-cutter”, unless you’re talking about little kids who just do as their friends do.
    And theres plenty of archeological evidence for large populations and massive wars of civilizations in the Americas. Look up John L. Sorenson.
    Were you really a member, or are you just cribbing from Ed Decker?

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