This program speaks to how God has made it clear that Prophets are no longer needed, as Christ has fulfilled the old law. The New Testament has made it clear that there can be no turning back to or continuation in the old Jewish system, which has been superseded by the unique priesthood of Christ. God’s people must now look only to Him, whose atoning death; resurrection and ascension have opened the way into the true, heavenly sanctuary of God’s presence.
Program Description: The Mormon Church sings the song, “Praise to the Man” to praise, not Jesus, but their first prophet Joseph Smith. Listen to this amazing interview between former Mormon Bishop Lee Baker, his wife Kathy, and a current Mormon, John Heinerman, author of the book, The Mormon Corporate Empire, as they give their thoughts about this LDS song. Continue reading “No Jesus Without Joseph in Mormonism”
Is Joseph Smith the God of Mormonism? (Referencing the Talk by Jayson Kunzler, “Millions Shall Know Brother Joseph Again”)
If you are a Mormon, you are responsible for the Teaching that Joseph Smith must Approve us before we can Enter Heaven.
This program will review the Devotional Talk given by Jayson Kunzler, at BYU-Idaho on October 20, 2015, titled “Millions Shall Know Brother Joseph Again.” How insane is the Mormon teaching that Jospeh Smith will help Jesus Judge the world, and that if Joseph does not give his Certificate then you and I will not enter Heaven. If you are a member of the Mormon Faith, you should come to know the Doctrine of your Church and then Repent and leave.
Note: This is a Live Call-in Show on KUTR 820 AM and 95.3 FM Utah radio called “Mainstream Mormonism” by Bishop Lee Baker. To participate LIVE, call KUTR at 866-348-7884 or 866-34-TRUTH on Sat. Feb 13th at 4PM or Listen Live at LeeBaker.4Mormon.org
This program has been specifically designed to help lead the Mormon out of Mormonism, without losing his Faith in Jesus Christ. The experience of coming to the sure knowledge that Mormonism was and is a lie can be so traumatic and distressing that it often takes with it the core belief in Jesus Christ. A discussion of the clear division between Mormon Deception and the Reality of Jesus Christ is the single goal of this program.
Have you ever wondered why Mormon Churches do not display the Cross on their buildings? Learn why an active member of the Mormon Church would never own, display or wear a Cross.
The Apostle Paul proclaimed in Galatians 6:4: “But may it never be that I would boast, except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, through which the world has been crucified to me, and I to the world.” Yet, the Mormon Church has often mocked the “so-called Christian Cross” as being pagan in nature. An active member of the Mormon Church would never own, display or wear a Cross. This program focuses on the Mormon teaching that the Cross of Christ is an embarrassment and should not be used in worship, and we will discuss why Mormons are actually uncomfortable, even threatened by the Cross of Christ.
Listen at http://leebaker.4mormon.org/
The Mormon doctrine specific to the nature of Jesus Christ teaches that Jesus Christ is the older brother of Lucifer (Satan)and all mankind, rather than being eternal God, incarnate. This uniquely irreverent belief is reviewed and discussed in this broadcast and how it involves a foundational Biblical error of the Mormon faith.
This broadcast will focus on the irrational veneration of Joseph Smith that occurs in the Mormon Church that is equal to, or over that of the Lord Jesus Christ, during the month of December. As Smith was born on December 23, 1805, frequently the focus of the Mormon is redirected to this false prophet, rather than to our only Prophet Jesus Christ.
As man has influenced the foundation of Organized Religion, we must remember that Jesus Christ Himself came to re-focus the lives and actions of men on Him and not on the Law or the Additions that the Religious men of that day had invented. Jesus alone is enough, Jesus alone is abundant, and Jesus alone is sufficient. This program will re-focus our modern lives on the basic principles Christ taught concerning our Salvation in Him Alone.