Sunday, 27 September 2015

Mormonism: The Rest of the (Secret) Story

Have you ever had Mormon missionaries come to your door? I think most of us have encountered them proselytizing our neighbourhoods a time or two. If nothing else, one has to admit that they're persistent and driven. But are they being entirely truthful when they come knocking, or is there more to the story that they deliberately leave out of their presentation? And if there is, then is it not logical to assume that there is also a measure of deceit and/or secrecy woven into their mantra? And if that is so, it begs the question of whether or not they can really be trusted.

Someone shared the following video on Facebook recently which makes the claim that Mormon missionaries actually hide the truth about what they really believe, and which asked the question, "What would it look like if the missionaries were actually honest about what they believe?"

As you watch you may be tempted to think that these are some pretty outlandish claims on the (secret) teachings of mormonism, and you would be right. However, do yourself a favour and don't just blindly take my word for it, or the word of the producers of this video cartoon; research it for yourself. If you do, you'll find that there is a plethora of material to convince even the biggest skeptic that these things are in fact true.

So without further ado, here's "Mormon Secrets: What the Missionaries Don't Tell."





Other related posts that may be of interest you:

Unveiling Grace: Will the Real Jesus Please Stand Up?

A Friend's Journey Out of Mormonism

The Mormon Creed Examined

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