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April 4, 2007

Mormon Mission Training 101: Don’t Answer Questions. Spin and Cover the Tainted Meat. Give the Tainted Milk Instead.

by @ 12:10 pm. Filed under Nuts on Parade

What are those guys coming to your house trying to divert you to the cult of Mormonism being taught behind the scenes? They are being taught that they are better than all who question them. That they know more about God than anyone else and given their superiority, they will tell you what you should be asking, instead of answering your questions.

Notice how BYU professor and Mormon missions trainer Robert L. Millet prepares Mormon missionaries for their work in the field.



Robert L. Millet, teaching Mormons to spin.

Notice he’s teaching them to avoid saying that they feel they are the “one true church”, while he tells them that they know more than the rest of us. Why do Mormons who claim they follow Jesus spin so much? Because when you don’t have the truth, you’ve got to spin.

Jesus never hid truth from anyone.

John 18:19-21 (New King James Version)

19) The high priest then asked Jesus about His disciples and His doctrine.

20) Jesus answered him, ?I spoke openly to the world. I always taught in synagogues and in the temple, where the Jews always meet, and in secret I have said nothing.

21) Why do you ask Me? Ask those who have heard Me what I said to them. Indeed they know what I said.?

Christians don’t withhold information if asked a direct question and we know the answer. I have no problem answering what I know openly. In telling people about Jesus, I have nothing to hide or conceal about the faith. Notice Mormons conceal and spin. The truth can be fully proclaimed openly.

Millet is twisting the concept of milk versus meat. Here is the truth about that concept.

Hebrews 5:12-14 (New King James Version)

12) For though by this time you ought to be teachers, you need someone to teach you again the first principles of the oracles of God; and you have come to need milk and not solid food.

13) For everyone who partakes only of milk is unskilled in the word of righteousness, for he is a babe.

14) But solid food belongs to those who are of full age, that is, those who by reason of use have their senses exercised to discern both good and evil.

Notice the scripture is speaking to converts who are already following Christ and need to learn the basics. This does not mean that the advanced topics are hidden, but in teaching people who have already converted they need a foundation in the basics first. It does not mean if someone asks you a meaty question, that you avoid their question and toss them a bottle. Scribes and others tossed antagonistic questions at Jesus all the time and he astonished them with his answers. He didn’t spin and avoid the question. In following Christ’s example, Christians do the same. Because we’ve got nothing to hide about what we believe.

Avoid the tainted milk and rotten meat of the Mormon cult.



3 Responses to “Mormon Mission Training 101: Don’t Answer Questions. Spin and Cover the Tainted Meat. Give the Tainted Milk Instead.”

  1. More Good Mitt Romney Mormon Stuff! « Heal The Land With Spiritual Warfare Says:

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  2. FreeWholly Says:

    It’s interesting that you would claim to to be a Christian, yourself, and yet use deceipt and half-truths to hide your true self. I don’t agree with the way Robert Millet appears to teach his class (by the way, what was the context of the class?). I wouldn’t agree with some of those same comments if they were to come from a Baptist, a Hebrew, a clothier, a vacuum salesman, or an Amway (name your MLM) representative. Yet, that is how EVERYONE is taught sales (which is the basic way everyone presents what they represent). You should know.

    Everyone reads or hears something they don’t understand: when they ask you a question, do you assume they understand as much as YOU do, or do you back them up to a common starting point? Is that “spin?” If so, you and I are both guilty of “spin.”

    Is Mr Millet being straightforward? No, I don’t suppose he is. But YOU are being deceiptful. You’re no follower of Christ.

    If I were a wagering man (which I’m not), I would wager that you have never taken time to read the books held sacred by any other religious group (e.g., Qur’an, Tipitaka, Vedas, Talmud, I Ching, Swedenborg, or even the Book of Mormon). There is much truth to be had in the world, and it is NOT all in the canonized Christian Bible (especially not in the bastardized modern versions of such — don’t even get me started on the “spin” associated with those).

    These clips on this page are good for me to see, and your comments are good for me to read. They help me to see there are still bigots in the world who are guilty of demeaning and destroying everything they either 1) don’t agree with, or 2) don’t understand. The internet makes it easy, doesn’t it?

    It must be comforting believing you are one of millions of “Christians” who are “justified” in undermining all other forms of faith in God for the sake of puffing yourselves up, filling yourselves with pride at a job so well done.

    Incidentally, to which sect of Christianity do you belong, and to which creeds do you subscribe? Surely, by linking yourself with just one sect you have automatically condemned the rest. No?

  3. IndependentConservative Says:

    I have reviewed the material of many other systems of belief and choose Christianity because of my knowledge of it and others including Mormonism. I’ve read some of that book of lies known as the Book of Mormon. I’ve even conversed with a South American Mormon who believes he descended from Jews, as Joseph Smith taught. I know enough to know it does not honestly represent Jesus Christ.

    And yes I’ve read some of the books that were not canonized as well. And found it was a good decision to toss them.

    If you wish to know my faith, keep reading here. There is plenty of material available to you free of charge without reservation. So read on.

    I honestly can say that I’ve never been shown to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ the way Millet mentions and have not experienced this “sales” approach that you mention, when I’ve been learning to tell folks about Jesus Christ. The gift only Jesus brings is free of charge. No flashy sales tactics necessary.

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