View Full Version : Looking at Mormonism from a Post-Mormon, Christian Perspective

02-02-2014, 11:25 AM
Here are the words of Spencer Kimball, Mormon "prophet," (who couldn't tell Hoffman's forgeries from the real thing, a criminal who murdered Mormons. Kimball could have protected his people if he had gotten his discernment straight):

"Spencer W. Kimball , the 12th prophet and president of the Church of Latter Day Saints (Mormons) said, “To this end God created man to live in mortality and endowed him with the potential to perpetuate the race, to subdue the earth, to perfect himself and to become as God, omniscient and omnipotent.” This is the lie the serpent told Eve in the Garden of Eden in Genesis 3:5. It is a false doctrine. (New Age also teaches man is god.) This false doctrine is from Satan. (Is. 14:12-14) “For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus.” I Timothy 2:5"

Read more at http://victoriajackson.com/9529/ex-m...JUQjSF5AWA0.99

Spencer Kimball is probably the last Mormon president who was upfront with Mormon doctrine. Hinckley consistently hid the facts about Mormon history and doctrine, and Monson doesn't have much to say about anything, and who is actually running the cult at this time is up in the air. But, from Kimball we learn that our Mormon TBM friends here on the Walter Martin forum claim that one day they will be omniscient and omnipotent. Of course, they won't be omnipresent, since they will have physical bodies, fully equipped sexually to reproduce themselves across the universe (with a harem of goddess wives).

Folks, it is these kind of Mormon teachings that the missionaries won't share with their "golden contacts." Don't let yourself, your friends or family become attracted to Mormonism by a cute looking missionary who projects wholesome values and tells you how wonderful Mormonism is! Mormonism is a Satanic invention, and the missionaries are simply shining fishing lures cast out there to catch the unsuspecting! Swim away!

Many former Mormons have become born-again believers, and here they share their stories about their experiences with the Mormon Church, which they clearly state is a cult. If you are out there looking in, and caught in Mormonism, unsure of how to get out because of the consequences of leaving, there is hope. Jesus Christ is that hope, and He will make the way, for HE is the WAY: