Saturday, December 1, 2007


Question: What kind of suits do the LDS leadership wear, polyester or wool? Jesus told us in advance, "Beware of false prophets which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves" (Matt. 7:15). That means wool! When you hear that knock-knock on the door or see the Mormon Tabernacle Choir on TV, you can say, "Yes! Thank you, Jesus, for telling me they’d be coming." Dressed like sheep, they arrive crying, "Baa, baa. We are Christians," and wearing their coats of fleece! However, if you are watchful you can always spot them because no masquerade can cover their long black "tales." Yet, I don't believe all misled missionary kids are wolf cubs who purposefully pretend to be lambs. The real bloodthirsty or "ravening" wolves are working out of the church office building in Salt Lake City.

One such tale is that the Book of Mormon was translated by "the gift and power of God" to be "the most correct of any book on earth" (BM Introduction). Mormonism keeps attacking the Bible but the Book of Mormon has endless problems. Time is the greatest enemy for every false prophet. Now the LDS defense is cracking again through the hard science of DNA and the Book of Mormon. (Viewed online at The evidence is so overwhelming that the LDS church is having to add a new word to the Book of Mormon introduction. How alarming across Utah, as seen by the sites below!

The Mormon leadership has no conscience, while blow-by-blow they know the facts and mislead people. So we will help to become their conscience by spreading the word. How humiliating to the First Presidency to be exposed and opposed on their own turf as they keep telling lies (Eph. 5:11). "Every word of God is pure: he is a shield unto them that put their trust in him. Add thou not unto his words, lest he reprove thee, and thou be found a liar" (Pro. 30:5-6).

Single word change in Book of Mormon speaks volumes

Faith forum - The Salt Lake Tribune

Mormons, Mayans and Mystery - The Book of Mormon's version of history continues to be challenged - and championed - by skeptics and faithful

Conclusions differ on reasons for changes in Book of Mormon

Book of Mormon change prompts reflection among Native American members

Change proves Book of Mormon is myth

The greatest problem with this word change is that it challenges the credibility of virtually every prophet of the Mormon church. A great article outlines the enormity of this problem. Lamanites No More: DNA and Lost Ties to Father Lehi. Copyright © 2004 Institute for Religious Research. All rights reserved.

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