The “god” of Mormonism is NOT the God of the Bible, “For God does not show favoritism.” (Romans 2:11, New International Version of the Bible). The God of the Bible regards all people alike, regardless of skin color. In God’s salvation plan, there is no distinction between races. “There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.” (Galatians 3:28, NIV) Continue reading “Racism in Mormon “Scripture””
The Most Ridiculous and Revealing Claim of Mormonism – How the Arrogance of Joseph Smith Jr. Eventually Destroyed Mormonism
A detailed analysis of the Joseph Smith Jr. translation of the Holy Bible – Book of Genesis Chapter 17 – The Covenant of Circumcision between God and Abraham
How to Have Your Name Removed From the Mormon Church
If you are interested in having your name removed from the records of the church, check out the links below.
Come to find out, you are not required to give a letter to your Bishop. The only thing you need to do is write a letter and mail it the Member Records Division, LDS Church (see address below.) You can also mail a copy of your letter to your Bishop and one to your Stake President if you choose, but this is not required. It’s a good idea to keep a copy for yourself. Continue reading “Resigning From Mormonism (Letter & Address to Remove Name From the LDS Church)”
A Certified Collection Of … Mormon Comments and References to Substantiate the Claim and stated Position by Former Mormon Bishop, Lee B. Baker, that The Leadership and Officers of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, have used the terms “Nigger” (89 times), “Darky” (15 times), “Sambo” (25 times) and “Skin of Blackness” (110 times) in Official Publications, Scriptures, Doctrine and Training for Decades.
Primary Source – LDS Scriptures and Official Sermons and Publications of the LDS Church and Leadership
Organized and Collected by Former Mormon Bishop, Lee B. Baker from the LDS Collectors Library 2005TM, Purchased from Deseret Book, owned by the LDS Church, © 2004 and 2005 LDS Media, ISBN: 978-0-974708-04-1
Updated, Authenticated and Validated in February of 2016
With Additional References added Specific to the LDS Scriptures and Sermons on Black Skin
And selected statements and footnotes from Mormonism – A Life Under False Pretenses, Lee B. Baker © 2008
Editor and Compiler – Lee B. Baker, Coarsegold, California
Selected notes from the Book: Mormonism – A Life Under False Pretenses, by Lee B. Baker, Former Mormon Bishop, followed by direct word search results from the LDS Collectors Library, purchased from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Continue reading “Racist Statements from the Mormon Church”
These Scriptures were used in the Mainstream Mormonism Broadcast, 8-29-15 titled: “Teaching Mormons from the Book of Mormon” by Lee & Kathy Baker
Below are some Book of Mormon Scriptures to use when talking to the Mormon people regarding the Book of Mormon. These scriptures are examples of how the Mormon Church does not follow the Mormon Scriptures. Consider this…there are No Pillars of Mormonism to be found within the Book of Mormon and I have actually never found an example of Joseph Smith teaching from The Book of Mormon.
None of these Key Pillars/Doctrines of Mormonism are found in the Book of Mormon:
Baptism for the Dead, Celestial or Eternal Marriage or Eternal Families, God was once a Man, Man can become a God, There are many Gods, God has a body of Flesh and Bones, The Father and the Son are Separate Beings, Terrestrial Kingdom – Telestial Kingdom – Celestial Kingdom, Polygamy is of God, Polyandry is of God, Lying is of God, Premortal Life or Pre-Existence with God, Heavenly Mother, Temple Covenants for the Living or the Dead. Continue reading “Book of Mormon Scriptures That Teach Against Mormonism”
This past month has been a true blessing for us. By your support and through the Grace of God, Kathy and I were able to spend just over two-weeks in Utah witnessing in Salt Lake and at the Annual Mormon Miracle Pageant. Although the pageant (an outdoor production of the Mormon Story) has many inaccuracies and exaggerations even from the Mormon perspective, it draws thousands of the Mormon faithful and hundreds of Christians from across the world to witness of the Biblical Jesus. This year, nearly 20 active Latter-day Saints came to the Lord right there in the shadow of the Manti Mormon Temple. Continue reading “Lee and Kathy Discussing the Wives of Joseph Smith with Mormons”
As a direct result of your generous support this past year, Kathy and I were able to spend just over two-weeks witnessing to the Mormons and providing Training to over 400 Christians who traveled to Manti from New England, Florida, California and even central England to participate in this outpouring of Love and Compassion to the lost souls of the Mormon Faith.
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BISHOP LEE AND KATHY DISCUSSING THE WIVES OF JOSEPH SMITH
Moroni or Nephi? Who did Joseph Really See?
Amazing that the Mormon Church puts this information on their website, regarding Joseph’s visitation from an angel. When Joseph recorded the visitation in his diary he wrote that he saw the Angel Nephi…”Nephi”…NOT “Moroni” as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day-Saints changed it to. How can they retract the angel Moroni now, when they have placed him on top of every LDS temple, stating Moroni will announce the coming of the Lord. Mormon’s have told the world that Moroni was the last warrior-prophet in the Book of Mormon and that after his death he became a resurrected angel.The Mormon church still continues to this day to tell their members that it was the Angel Moroni who came to Jospeh Smith in a dream yet on the other hand they contradict themselves by printing Joseph’s own hand writing in his diary that he saw the Angel Nephi.