Click the images to download Slides of Former Mormon Bishop Lee Baker’s CA Outreach – Understanding Mormonism seminar of May 2015. Continue reading “Understanding Mormonism Outreach Slides”
The “Warnick Watch” is a comparative study to highlight some of the younger and most successful intellectuals within the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The focus of this review will be to compare and contrast the Church Historical Essays dealing with Becoming Like God, Polygamy – Polyandry, and The Translation of the Book of Mormon, with the thoughts of Brigham Young University Professor: Sean C. Warnick.
Professor Warnick, who supremely represents one of the finest examples of a very rational and exceptionally well-educated Priesthood holder, is the son of Charles P. Warnick who was ordained by the Prophet Thomas S. Monson, who then ordained me as a High Priest in the LDS Church. As demonstrated by the following example of Professor Warnick’s work, he is very much capable of an uncompromising rational and coherent statement on these issues of Doctrine and we eagerly await his response.
THE DECEPTION OF THE MORMON CHURCH ESSAYS
As the Mormon Church has recently offered several carefully crafted messages (Essays) to explain its incredibly deceptive Doctrine and History, I consider the Sermon (below) to be the most misleading and hypocritical message on the subject of the value of Truth. It is actually The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints itself that has published these misleading and deceptive messages to distract and confuse both its own membership and the public. Continue reading “ESSAYS – Deception of the Mormon Gospel Topics Essays”
Help Us Get Bishop Lee Baker – OFF The AIR
Answer His 4 Questions and He is GONE
I, Former Mormon Bishop Lee B. Baker, as of 10 February 2015, have prepared four (4) original and fundamental questions specific to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, for your consideration and rebuttal. If you publically answer each question with a clear, honest, reasonable and rational answer, I will end my Religious Ministry as well as my Missionary Outreach to the Mormon People, with all its associated activities. Continue reading “Challenging Questions”
WE LEFT THE MORMON CHURCH WHEN WE UNDERSTOOD…
Listen to this: RADIO BROADCAST: 6 Main Reasons Why We Left the Mormon Church
- An eight-year-old can be held accountable for the truth but a 40-year-old who has read church history is considered deceived by Satan.
- The ethical and moral standards we now demand of any high school principal could not be met by Joseph Smith or Brigham Young.
- There is not very much history that is correctly labeled as “anti-Mormon,” just a great deal that is purely, simply and truly Mormon history.
- Not a single unique pillar of the Mormon faith is recorded anywhere in the Book of Mormon. How did this “keystone” of our religion that we call “the most correct book on earth” miss such fundamental doctrines?
- The LDS Church’s use of the new Gospel Topic Essays are to address any embarrassing, strange or changing historical or doctrinal issues without any accountability or personal responsibility being held by the leadership of the LDS Church.
- The Bible is completely trustworthy, but the Mormon Scriptures are what have been changed, altered and manipulated hundreds of times without explanation, valid historical, archaeological, or manuscript justification.
WHY MITT QUIT by Former Mormon Bishop Lee Baker
Yes… I voted for Mitt and I would have done it again! Even as a Former Mormon Bishop who is certain that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is both NOT True and NOT Christian, Mitt Romney was a far better choice than Barack HUSSEIN Obama.
For those of you perceptive Mormons who noticed the very short time frame between Mitt openly flirting with the idea of a third run, and his unexpected but very concrete retreat… well, here is my analysis. Continue reading “Why Mitt Romney Quit”
QUESTIONS OUR STAKE PRESIDENT COULD NOT ANSWER:
One of the most fundamental elements of sustaining a fulfilling religious experience is that ability to ask questions.
“The process of identifying truth sometimes necessitates enormous effort coupled with profound faith in our Father and His glorified Son.”— Elder Richard G. Scott, Truth: The Foundation of Correct Decisions, General Conference, October 2007. (https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2007/10/truth-the-foundation-of-correct-decisions?lang=eng)
So when we discovered troubling beliefs and practices in Mormon history, we asked our Stake President these questions: Continue reading “Questions Our Stake President Could Not Answer”