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Pastors, ministerial associations, non-profit Christian organizations--you have been targeted by the Mormon Church.

Our ministry has received Mormon in-house documents that give instructions on how they are to infiltrate interdenominational gatherings, cozy up to Pastors, and otherwise present themselves as fellow evangelicals.

Careful instructions are given under the heading, "Love Thy Minister Neighbor". One subheading boldly claims "Win a Minister and Influence a Thousand". One section says, "Some LDS question the integrity of making friends with ministers while "out after their sheep". LDS are proclaiming the most glorious event since the resurrection of the Savior, the Restoration of the Lord's gospel. "

Of course, they are referring to the Mormon "restoration". and they want YOU, because if they get you, they figure they will get your flock too.

Under the Heading "Possible Things to Do", the LDS President is encouraged to:

l. Visit each minister at his church.

2. Attend special events at his church.

3. Invite him to lunch.

4. Attend clergy council as an observer or friend.

5. Send congratulations or recognitions whenever appropriate.

6. Offer a special shrub or tree for their new building.

7. Invite them to "clergy only" open house tours at new LDS churches.

8. Offer your service in response to their needs, such as fires, emer gencies etc.

9. Send flowers for special events such as Easter and Christmas.

Eight similar suggestions follow, but you get the picture!


One Pastor received the following letter from the LDS President in his city.

Dear Reverend ________:

I would like to introduce myself. I am President of the _________Stake, of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the Mormons). ..Our people are neighbors and friends with your people and work side by side with them worthwhile endeavors for the betterment of our community.

I have long felt there are many more similarities in our teachings and objectives as church leaders than differences to keep us apart and from working together. It is my desire to discover and emphasize those similarities and work with you and the other spiritual leaders in our community to bring about the kinds of positive moral changes that can only come about through co-operation, mutual respect and understanding.

To this end I would like to give you a gift subscription to our major church publication, The Ensign...This monthly magazine will give you a birds-eye view into our happenings, our philosophies and our individual day-to-day struggles to internalize the example and teachings of Jesus Christ.

I would very much like to get to know you and explore areas where we, as spiritual shepherds, can work together to more fully bless our own congregations as well as our community at large".



We are happy to report that the Pastor who received this letter, pointed out to the Mormon writer that he could not, in good conscience participate in any joint activities, nor "buddy up" with him in order to make him appear as part of "mainstream Christianity".

He also defended the gospel when he said, "False teaching leads to false religion", and

"As you have probably experienced, there is still that emptiness in your heart that can ONLY be filled by Jesus Christ..It is difficult to break out, I understand, but many have...", "You need the cross for forgiveness of sin. Jesus' message is still the same, "repent and BELIEVE the gospel". Good response!


The Jesus Christ of Mormonism

is just one god among many,

the spirit-brother of Lucifer,

who was born when the father slept with Mary.

This is not the Jesus of the Bible.

Facts Mormon Missionaries Won't

Tell You when Calling at Your Door

Mormons go to great lengths to appear "Christian" when presenting Mormonism "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints", at your door, and so there are many things they will not tell you. Every statement following in this article can be documented as true, and is designed as a warning to the unwary.


.... that they believe your Church is wrong, your Christian creeds are abomination to God, and your Pastor or Priest is a hireling of Satan.

.... that there is salvation only in their church---all others are wrong.

.... that those who have been through their temples are wearing secret underwear to protect themselves from "evil". This "evil" includes non- Mormons like you.

.... about their secret temple rites at all. If they did, you would spot them as non-Christians immediately.

.... that they think "familiar spirits" are good, and that their Book of Mormon has a "familiar spirit". Leviticus 19; 31 says familiar spirits defile one, and are to be avoided at all costs.

.... that women receive salvation only through their Mormon husbands, and must remain pregnant for all eternity.

.... that they intend to be gods themselves some day, and are helping to earn their exaltation to godhood by talking to you.

.... that they intend to have many wives in heaven, carrying on multiple sex relations throughout eternity, until they have enough children to populate their own earth, so they can be "Heavenly Father" over their own planet!

.... that you were once a spirit-child of their heavenly father, and one of his numerous wives before you were born on earth.


....that the Virgin Mary really wasn't a virgin at all but had sex relations with their heavenly father to produce the Mormon version of Jesus Christ.

.... that they believe Jesus had at least three wives and children while he was on this earth.

.... that the "heavenly father" they ask you to pray to with them, is really an exalted man that lives on a planet near the star base Kolob, and is not the Heavenly Father of the Bible at all.

.... that Jesus was really Lucifer's brother in the spirit world, and it was only due to a "heavenly council" vote that Jesus became our redeemer instead of Satan!!

.... that there are over one hundred divisions in Mormonism. They conveniently "forget'' this while criticizing the many denominations within the body of Christ.

.... that all their so- called scriptures such as the Book of Mormon, Pearl of Great Price, Doctrine and Covenants, and even their official "Mormon Doctrine" statements contradict each other on MAJOR doctrinal points. The King James Bible is likewise contradicted.

.... that the reason the Book of Mormon has no maps is because there is not one scrap of archaeological evidence to support it!

.... that the state of Utah, which is predominately Mormon, has a higher than the national average of divorce, wife- beating, child abuse, and teenage suicide.

.... that their prophet Joseph Smith was heavily involved in the occult when he founded Mormonism.

.... that they encourage visitations from dead relatives from the " spirit world", a practice forbidden in the Bible. (Deuteronomy 18: 10- 12.)

.... that there are many accounts of Joseph Smith's first vision besides the one they present to you, and all are different.

.... that their secret temple oaths are based on the Scottish Rite Masons.

.... that for years they considered the black race inferior, and even one drop of black (Negro) blood prevented a person from entering their temple.

.... that they expect Christ to return to their temple in Missouri, but they haven't built the temple he's supposed to return to, because they don't own the property. (It is owned by the "Temple Lot Mormons" who have plans of their own, and won't let the Salt Lake City group buy it).

.... that they consider the Bible to be untrustworthy and full of errors.

.... that according to Anton Lavey's Satanic Bible, the demon god of the living dead is called "Mormo". Is it just a coincidence that the MORMONS are so concerned with the dead?

.... that Jesus' death on the cross only partially saves the believer.

.... that on their Salt Lake City Temple they prominently display an upside-down star which is a Satanic symbol known as the Goat's head.. Why?

.... that "Mormon" means " gate of hell" in Chinese.

.... that they believe the Archangel Michael came down to earth with several of his celestial wives, and became Adam in the garden of Eden.


.... that they believe the angel Gabriel came down to earth and became Noah in the days of the flood.

.... that their Prophet Joseph Smith prophesied falsely many times. For example, he foretold the second coming of Christ for 1891. The Bible teaches that one false prophecy puts a prophet under death sentence. (Deuteronomy 18:20-22).

.... that their Prophet Joseph Smith did not die as a martyr as they claim, but was killed during a gun battle in which he himself killed two men and wounded a third.

.... about the Mountain Meadows Massacre in which they brutally murdered an innocent wagon train of settlers, of over one hundred men, women, and most of the children, traveling through Utah.

.... that Joseph Smith taught that there were inhabitants on the moon, and Brigham Young taught there were inhabitants on the sun as well !


The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Mormons, are well aware that if these facts were known to the convert prior to baptism, they would have very few converts! The missionaries are well trained to keep most of these facts from their potential converts.

Tragically, many Mormons may not even be fully aware of the doctrines and history of their own church. Every statement on this article is true. Mormons are invited to write to us for documentation and discussion.

After all, if the Mormon Church (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints) has the truth, it can stand any amount of investigation. Please do not be afraid to investigate. We are not Ex-Mormons, but Christians defending the Christian Church and its beliefs.

A comparison of Mormon Teachings with Christianity

Many Mormons make the claim to be true "Christians". When you compare their teachings with basic, orthodox Christian doctrines do they agree? As you compare the claims on the following pages you must ask the question is Mormonism Christian or not?

The Preexistence of Jesus Christ

Mormonism. The Mormon Jesus was born in the heavens as a spirit-child of "heavenly father" named Elohim, an exalted man, and one of his spirit-wives by sexual relations. Lucifer, who became Satan the Devil, is the brother of this Mormon Jesus. (The Gospel Through the Ages, p 15; History of the Church, Vol 6 pp. 308, 474.)

Christianity. Jesus Christ is not created, but is eternal, and has always been God. (See Timothy 1:16: John 1: 1-3; Micah 5:21, Timothy 3:16; Titus 2:13; Revelation 1:8; Mat 1:23).

The Earthly Birth Of Jesus Christ.

Mormonism. Elohim, the Mormon heavenly father, came to this earth in human form and had sex relations with the Virgin Mary, who was no longer a virgin, and she gave birth to the Mormon Jesus as a result. (See Doctrines of Salvation Vol. 1;18; Orson Pratt, The Seer, p. 158; and Journal of Discourses 8: 115 quoting Brigham Young.)

A Comparison ofMormon Teachings With Christianity

. Jesus Christ was born of the Virgin Mary as "Emmanuel", "God with us." (See Matt. 1:23 ) Jesus was conceived in the Virgin Mary's womb when the Holy Spirit came upon her. ) See Matt. 1: 20).

The Earthly Life Of Jesus Christ

Mormonism. The Mormon Jesus was the bridegroom at Cana of Galilee according to the Mormon interpretation of John 2: 1-2 and was therefore married to at least one wife while on earth. (See Journal of Discourses, Vol 2, p 82 quoting Orson Hyde (Apostle).

Christianity. There is no biblical record of Jesus marrying. A reading of the account in John 2: 1- 12 shows Jesus was "invited" to the wedding. Bridegrooms do not receive invitations to their own weddings!

Our Mother Which Art In Heaven? Mrs. God?

Mormonism. Mormonism teaches that God the father has many wives in heaven, thereby resulting in not only a father in heaven , but a mother-in-heaven Mormon doctrine. All Mormons on earth today believe they were originally the result of such sexual, heavenly, union. (See Orson Pratt. The Seer, p.37; also Mormon Doctrine by Bruce McConkie, p. 516.)

Christianity. The Bible has absolutely no mention of any such "wives" of God the Father.

View of the Bible

Mormonism. "Ignorant translators, careless subscribers, or designing and corrupt priests have committed many errors--many plain and precious things were deleted, in consequence of which error and falsehood poured into the various churches. One of the greatest heresies of modern Christendom is the unfounded assumption that the bible contains all the inspired teachings now extant among men." (Mormon Doctrine pp. 82-83).

Christianity. "All scripture is given by God and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: That the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works." 2 Timothy 3: 16-17). "Thy word is very pure". (Psalms 119:140)

Baptism for the Dead and Genealogy

Mormonism. Mormons research genealogies and get baptized in their temples in proxy for their dead relatives. They misinterpret 1 Corinthians 15:29, "Else what shall they do which are baptized for the dead, if the dead rise not at all? why are they then baptized for the dead?

Christianity. Doing genealogies is useless for the Christian. ((See 1 Timothy 1 :3-4) 1 Corinthians, Chapter. 15, is on the subject of the resurrection, not baptism. ! Cor. 15:29 shows the folly of THOSE "not WE" believers but those unbelievers)who denied the resurrection, and yet practiced the pagan rite of "baptism for the dead". Hebrews 9:27 shows that once a person is dead, he faces judgment. Nothing the living do can change this.

View of the Church

Mormonism. There is no salvation outside the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints." (Mormon Doctrine p. 670).

"All other churches are entirely destitute of all authority from God; and any person who receives baptism or the Lord's Supper from their hands will highly offend God; for He looks upon them as most corrupt of all people. Both Catholics and Protestants are nothing less than the whore of Babylon." (The Seer, p. 255).

Christianity. The church in the Bible is the entire born-again body of believers in the true Jesus Christ of the Bible. (Almighty God manifested in the flesh). It is not a man- made organization with a false prophet at it's head!

The true church partakes of the Lord's Supper of bread and wine, not water as the Mormons use. (See John 3: 3-7; Ephesians 1:22-23; 4: 11-16; Matthew 26: 26-30.)

In Conclusion: As will be evident by this time, in the reading of this booklet, Mormonism is not Christian. Further, Mormonism has made vicious attacks against the body of Christ in all denominations. This booklet and others like it, is an honest attempt to defend the true Gospel of Jesus Christ and point out the errors of those,

"coming to us preaching another Jesus, another gospel with a different spirit". (See 2 Corinthians 11:4 )

Mormons where do you get your authority?

One of the publications that one might receive if inquiring about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a book titled GOSPEL PRINCIPLES.

This book stresses the importance of the Priesthood to the Mormon Church. During our many discussions with the Mormon Missionaries the topic has sooner or later turned to the question of authority.

Chapter 14, titled "PRIESTHOOD ORGANIZATION" opens with the statement;

"The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is governed by the priesthood."

Further down in this same opening paragraph we read:

"Men young and old are baptized into the Church, and when they are judged worthy, they are ordained to the priesthood. They are given the authority to act for the Lord and to do his work on the earth." (Gospel Principles, 1978, Revised 1979 edition, page 79)

Page 81, under the title DEACON we find that ...

"when a boy has been baptized and confirmed a member of the Church and is worthy, he may be ordained to the office of deacon when he is twelve years old."

This is one of the offices of the Aaronic Priesthood.

Along with the Aaronic Priesthood, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints also believes in the greater priesthood, called the Melchizedek Priesthood. Those who hold the lesser priesthood, the Aaronic Priesthood, "have authority to administer the outward ordinances of faith, repentance, and baptism..." (Gospel Principles, pg 79)

We can see from these brief statements that the authority of the Priesthood is important to the Mormon Church. It is not the intention of this booklet to discuss the various aspects of the two priesthoods of the Mormon Church, but we would like to take a close look and see if the authority of the priesthoods ever really existed in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Now we will turn to page 124, Chapter 20, titled BAPTISM. Here we read that baptism "is the first ordinance of the gospel." On this same page is the statement

"WE MUST BE BAPTIZED FOR THE REMISSION OF OUR SINS" and "If we repent, and are baptized, our sins are forgiven through the atonement of Jesus Christ."

Along with the priesthood, baptism is important in the Mormon church, and we are told in Gospel Principles, page 127, that we must be baptized: to become members of the church, before we can receive the gift of the Holy Ghost, to show obedience and to enter the celestial kingdom.

The following statements on page 128 clearly show the importance of baptism and authority in the Mormon Church:

"Our sinful life ends when we are baptized." "After baptism we start a new life." "Baptism by immersion by one having the proper authority is the only true and acceptable way of being baptized." "Every person who has reached eight years of age and is accountable, or responsible, for his actions should be baptized."


Now we will turn to the reference titled: PRIESTHOOD RESTORED found in the pamphlet


John the Baptist, as a messenger from heaven, descended and conferred the Priesthood of Aaron on Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery and then commanded them "to go and be baptized" and gave them directions that Joseph Smith should baptize Oliver Cowdery, and that afterwards Oliver Cowdery should baptize Joseph Smith.

The story continues after they were baptized in this manner, then Joseph Smith ordained Oliver Cowdery to the Aaronic Priesthood and afterwards Oliver Cowdery ordained Joseph Smith to the same Priesthood. What's wrong with this story?

Why did "John the Baptist" neglect to baptize Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery? Surely, if it was John the Baptist, he as a messenger from heaven under the direction of Peter, James and John (according to the above-mentioned Mormon tract on Joseph Smith's TESTIMONY) would have known that an unbaptized person could not hold the Priesthood. Even today, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints would NOT bestow the Aaronic Priesthood on an unbaptized (and therefore "unsaved") person. Surely, John the Baptist would have known that--after all he was John the BAPTIST!

Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery washed away their priesthood conferred on them by "John the Baptist". Joseph Smith, an unbaptized person, baptized Oliver Cowdery and therefore Oliver Cowdery's baptism was invalid and so was Joseph's baptism invalid. Consequently, neither had the authority to ordain each other to the Aaronic Priesthood.

All this confusion could have been avoided IF "John the Baptist" had baptized them and then conferred the Aaronic Priesthood on each of them if "John the Baptist" had the authority to do so in the first place. This makes one wonder who this "messenger from heaven" would have been if the story was true. 2 Corinthians 11:14 comes to mind at this point.

"And do not marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light." KJV

In summary, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints does not have the power of the Priesthood and therefore their authority is not Scriptural authority.

According to GOSPEL PRINCIPLES, page 128, we are told that; "Baptism by immersion by one having the proper authority is the only true and acceptable way of being baptized."

Because Joseph Smith's and Oliver Cowdery's baptisms were invalid, the priesthood authority was also invalid. If the "priesthood" that Joseph Smith "received" has been handed down throughout the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as they claim, then they operate today under the deception of an invalid priesthood.

It is our sincere desire to see that the Mormon people hear the true Gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and come to a saving knowledge of Him rather than continuing in this deception.

"Thus saith the LORD; Cursed be the man that trusteth in man, and maketh flesh his arm, and whose heart departeth from the LORD. For he shall be like the heat in the desert, and shall not see when good cometh; but shall inhabit the parched places in the wilderness, in a salt land and not inhabited. Blessed is the man that trusteth in the LORD, and whose hope the LORD is." Jeremiah 17:5-7. KJV.

"He that hath the Son hath life; and he that hath not the Son of God hath not life. These things have I written unto you that believe on the name of the Son of God; that ye may know that ye have eternal life, and that ye may believe on the name of the Son of God."

I John 5:12-13. KJV.


GOSPEL PRINCIPLES, published 1978 by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Revised 1979.

THE PROPHET JOSEPH SMITH'S TESTIMONY, pamphlet published by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,1984. LATTER-DAY SAINTS-WHERE DID YOU GET YOUR AUTHORITY? by Hal Hougey.

When Mormons Pay you a visit

A Christian needs to prepare before the Mormons arrive, by praying right now over the next two who will come. It is important to realize that you will be in a spiritual battle for their souls, so you must fight spiritually. Using the Bible principle found in Matthew 18:18, pray aloud and take authority over the next encounter. in the name of Jesus, bind the deceptive spirit of Mormonism, and "loose" the Mormon missionaries to hear the gospel of Christ. Pray that the Holy Spirit will anoint you for the encounter.

So, here are the missionaries sitting in your living room asking to pray with or for you and your family. It is not proper for a Christian to bow his head while the Mormon missionary prays as their "heavenly father" is an exalted man of flesh and bones, and is not our biblical heavenly Father.

The Christian should lead the prayer in his / her own home. Mormons are usually agreeable to this, and may even say an " Amen!" to a prayer for guidance for God to lead us into all truth. All the better! It is often best to allow the Mormon missionary to proceed with his memorized presentation, but do not respond with a "yes" or "no" to their questions. Rather respond, " please go on" , or inquire about the next picture coming up. This is because most of their questions are so cleverly worded that you may find yourself agreeing to wrong conclusions.

When the missionaries are finished, they will offer to leave a Book of Mormon in your home. They will ask you to read certain marked portions of this " scripture" and then pray to " heavenly "father" as to whether Mormonism is true.

They explain that you will feel a "burning in your bosom" that Mormonism is true. Basically, this is how converts are made, and many people report that their bosoms did indeed "burn" when they proceeded as the missionaries instructed them.


Thank the missionaries for their offer to leave the Book of Mormon in your home, but ask them, "Don't you people believe that the Book of Mormon has a familiar spirit?" They will usually reply, " yes". if they are uncertain, tell them to ask their Bishop or refer them to "A Marvelous Work and a Wonder" pages 67 and 68. (A Mormon publication).

Tell them that since the Book of Mormon has a familiar spirit, you must decline to have it in your home due to Leviticus 19:31. Have them read this from their King James Version. (Always use a King James Version when dealing with Mormons, they do not recognize any other Bible). It reads,

"Regard not them that have familiar spirits; neither seek after wizards to be defiled by them; I am the Lord your God".

The Mormons may rush off after this, but pray when they leave that the Holy Spirit of conviction will stay with them over this important point. if they will remain, share your personal testimony of the indwelling Christ in your life. If they try to interrupt, remind them that you listened politely to them. Trust the Lord to take your words and convict them of the truth of your statements. He will!

Presentation 2 - BURNING IN THE BOSOM

Thank the Mormons for sharing with you about their burning testimony of the truth of Mormonism, but say you have a few questions regarding the "burning in the bosom" experience. State again that they have asked you to pray to "heavenly father" about whether Mormonism is true, and you will supposedly receive a "burning in the bosom" that it is. They will agree.

Then tell them that this seems to be contrary to the Bible experience of the "burning of the bosom." Invite them to turn in their Bible to Luke Chapter 24. Beginning in verse 13, we have the account of two disciples (notice they were believers not unbelievers) on the road to Emmaus.

The account goes on to say that Jesus joined them, keeping their eyes holden so they would not immediately recognize Him (vs. 16). Jesus explained the scriptures and their fulfillment to these two disciples. By verses 31 and 32, we have this development,

"And their eyes were opened and they knew him; and he vanished out of their sight. And they said one to another, "Did not our hearts burn (bosoms burn) within us, while he talked with us by the way, and while He opened to us the scriptures?"

Now point out to the Mormons that this "burning in the bosom" is not for unbelievers to see if Mormonism is true , but was an experience for believing disciples, which happened when they understood Jesus' explanation of the scriptures.

It did not come after praying for it. Therefore you would not seek after an experience that the Bible does not command. However, point out that John 3 does have a command for those who would know Christ, and that is "Ye MUST be born again".

Now share your testimony of how you came to know the true faith in Christ Jesus. Pray when they leave that God will convict them.

Presentation 3 - EZEKIEL 37


Begin by inviting the Mormons to read Ezekiel 37: verses 15-22. Ask them, "don't you people believe this refers to the Bible and the Book of Mormon?" They will reply that the Bible is the one stick for Judah and the Book of Mormon is the second stick for Joseph, the stick of Ephraim. The Lord makes the two sticks one, so they believe this authenticates the Book of Mormon.

Now point out the following things: "sticks" in, Hebrew (the original language of Ezekiel) NEVER referred to "scrolls" as they interpret. " if the Book of Mormon is the second stick, "why did it originate on gold plates and not a stick?" Most importantly, the context of Ezekiel 37 is very clear. God was reuniting His divided nation, not foretelling books.Verse 22 concludes with "and they shall be no more two NATIONS, neither shall they be divided into two KINGDOMS any more at all" .

Point out kindly that this prophecy has been fulfilled literally already and cannot be used as a basis for the Book of Mormon at all. Pray when they leave.

Presentation 4 - GENEALOGI ES

Mormons succeed in drawing many persons into the church through interest in their family tree. If they approach you about genealogy, invite them to turn to 1 Timothy 1: 3, 4 and read the words of the Apostle Paul,

"I besought thee to abide still at Ephesus when I went into Macedonia, that thou mightest charge some that they teach no other doctrine. Neither give heed to fables and ENDLESS GENEALOGIES, which minister questions, rather than godly edifying which is in faith: so do:"

Explain that pursuing endless genealogies is the same as pursuing fables, neither of which will edify us or build up our godly faith. Point out also that we cannot in anyway help our dead relatives. Hebrews 9: 27 says,

"And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment" .

Once a person is dead, he is in God's hands for judgment, and beyond our help. Pray that this scripture will come to them as they spend hours in their genealogical work.

IN Conclusion

Many of the young Mormon missionaries do not fully understand their own doctrine and are not well- versed in the Bible. Usually they pair off a strong one with a weaker one, and many times our efforts to reach them with the gospel do not get immediate results, but as we pray and show them what Christ means to us in our own lives, many eventually come free. Be faithful to pray and witness and give them good tracts and trust the Lord for their eventual salvation in His time.

Quotations from Mormon sources may be found in Mormon Libraries or from members of the Mormon Church.

Contradictory Mormon Doctrines

We invite all honest-hearted Mormons to examine their own "inspired scriptures" and official church doctrine books to see if they can honestly believe them all. Take the time to look up all the following references in the libraries in your stake houses so you can determine that they are in context and correct. If the Mormon church is true you have nothing to fear by such an investigation. If, on the other hand, this booklet has raised doubts and caused you to ask questions, we are here to help you in total confidentiality. Please write to us.


Abbreviations Used In This Chapter:

D&C - Doctrine & Covenants;

M.D. - Mormon Doctrine (B.R.McConkie)

P.G.P. - Pearl of Great Price,

B.O.M - Book of Mormon.

M.S.- Mormon Scriptures.

C.M.S- Contradicting Mormon Scriptures

KJB- King James Bible


Mormon Scripture Says, "NO!" Belivest thou that this Great Spirit, who is God, created all things." Alma 18:28. BOM

Contrasting Mormon Scripture Says "YES!" "The Father has a body of flesh and bones as tangible as man's, the Son also..." D&C 130:22

King James Bible "NO!" "God is a Spirit.", John 4:24 ; God is not a man.", Numbers 23:19


MS YES! "Which Father, Son and Holy Ghost are one God, infinite and eternal." D&C 20:28

CMS NO!..."Father, Son, and Holy Ghost comprise the Godhead. As each of these persons is a God...a plurality of Gods exists." M.D., p.. 576,

KJB YES! "For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost, and these three are one." 1 John 5:7


MS Yes! "For I know that God is not a partial God,neither a changeable being: but he is God was God from all eternity. I will refute that idea" M. D. p.321

KJB YES! "The eternal God is thy refuge." Deut. 33:27


MS NO! "There is a God in heaven, who is infinite and eternal, from everlasting to ever-lasting, the same unchangeable God."

D&C 20:17

CMS YES! "We believe in a God who is Himself progressive,...whose perfection consists in eternal advancement.." Articles of Faith, p. 430

KJB NO! "For I am the LORD, I change not." Mal. 3:6


MS NO! "The Father and the Son and the Holy Ghost are one,""..and whoso shall declare more or less that this, and establish it for my doctrine, the same cometh of evil."3 Nephi 11:27-40 BOM

CMS YES! "These three are the only Gods we worship. But in addition there is an infinite number of holy personages, drawn from worlds without number, who...are gods." M.D. p. 576-7

KJB NO! "I am He. Before me there was no God formed, neither shall there be after me." Isaiah 43:10


MS No! Believest thou that this Great Spirit, who is God, created all things."Alma 18:28. BOM

CMS Yes! "The Father has a body of flesh and bones as tangible as man's, the Son also.." D&C 130:22

KJB NO! "Thus saith the Lord....besides me there is no God." ISA. 44.6


MS NO! "Now Zeezrom said: Is there more than one God? And he answered, No." Alma 11: 28- 29 BOM

CMS YES! "Then shall they (those resurrected) be gods, because they have no end." D&C 132:20

KJB NO! "Thus saith the Lord...besides me there is no God." Isa. 44:6


MS YES! "And I, God, created man in mine own image." Moses 2:27 P.G.P.

CMS NO! "Man was also in the beginning with God"... "For man is spirit." D&C 93:29,33

KJB YES! "And the LORD God formed man..." Genesis 2:7


MS NO! "For without this (the authority of the Priesthood) no man can see the face of God, even the Father and live". D&C 84:22 (J.Smith did not have Priesthood when he claimed to see God.)

CMS YES! "And he (Moses) saw God face to face, and he talked with him...Moses could endure his presence." Moses 1:2, P.G.P.

KJB NO! "No man hath seen God at 9 anytime...the only begotten Son...hath declared him." John 1:18


MS YES! "Blessed be the name of the Most High God. And they did fall down at the feet of Jesus and did worship him". 3 Nephi 11:17 BOM

CMS NO! "Jesus Christ a separate and distinct personage... three distinct personages and three gods." (Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith by J.F. Smith, page 370)

KJB YES! "Now unto the King Eternal, immortal, invisible, the ONLY wise God..." (Speaking of Jesus Christ) 1 Timothy 1:17


MS YES! "..from all eternity to all eternity, the Great I AM, even Jesus Christ." D&C 39:1

CMS NO! "Christ, the Firstborn, was the mightiest of all the spirit children of the Father." M.D. p.590

KJB YES! "whose goings forth have been...from everlasting." Micah 5:2


MS YES! "And behold, he shall be born of Mary at Jerusalem (!)...she being a virgin." Alma 7:10 BOM

CMS NO! "Christ was begotten by an Immortal Father in the same way that mortal men are begotten by mortal fathers." M.D.p.547

KJB YES! "When as his mother Mary was espoused to Joseph, before they came together, she was found with child." Matthew 1:18


MS YES! "Behold, Jesus Christ is the name... there is none other name whereby man can be saved." D&C 18:23

CMS NO! "the President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints holds the keys of salvation for all men now living..." M.D. p. 411

KJB YES! " mediator between God and men, the man, Jesus Christ." 1 Timothy 2:5


MS YES! "..salvation was, and is, and is to come, in and through the atoning blood of Christ, the Lord Omnipotent." Mosiah 3:18 BOM

CMS NO! "..for the blood of Christ alone under certain circumstances will not avail." (for atonement of sins) M.D. p. 93

KJB YES! "and the blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanseth from ALL sin." 1 John 1:7


MS YES! "And we know that justification through the grace of our Lord and Savior, is just and true." D&C 20:30

CMS NO! "That by keeping the commandments they might be washed and cleansed from all their sins..." D&C 76:52

KJB YES! "For by grace are ye saved through faith, and that not of yourselves it is the gift of God; Not of works..." Eph. 2:8-9


BOM NO! "For behold, if ye have procrastinated the day of your repentance even until death...the devil hath all power over you; and this is the final state of the wicked." Alma 34:35 BOM


CMS YES! " relation to the dead...For their salvation is necessary and essential to our salvation...that they without us cannot be made perfect." D&C 128:15

KJB NO! "And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment." Hebrews 9:27


BOM YES! "yea, they were encircled about by the bands of death, and the chains of hell, and an everlasting destruction did await them."

Alma 5:7 BOM

CMS NO! "Whosoever, herefore receives God's punishment receives eternal punishment, whether it is endured one hour, one day, one week, one year or an age." Plan of Salvation p.30 (Pamphlet Distributed by Elders)

KJB YES! "And the smoke of their torment ascendeth up for ever and ever; and they have no rest day or night." Revelation 14:11


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