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April 5, 2007

Former Mormon Says Mitt Romney Candidacy a Bid to Bolster Struggling Mormon Cult

by @ 9:22 pm. Filed under The Truth Shall Set you Free!

Well given we know they are pushing him up, you knew they’d be getting something in return.

Former Mormon warns fellow Christians not to support Romney (emphasis added)

A woman whose father was a bishop in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) and who is a former Mormon herself says Christians considering Mormon candidate Mitt Romney’s bid for the U.S. presidency need to be reminded about the differences between Mormonism and biblical Christianity.

Writer, consultant, and business woman Tricia Erickson spent her childhood growing up in a Mormon home and knows a great deal about that religion, which she considers a cult.

According to the LDS understanding of Jesus Christ, Erickson notes, “He was born as a mere man, and he worked his way through good works into godship.” Furthermore, she says Mormons believe they are potential gods, capable of becoming divine by following the example of Christ.

Up until recently, Erickson contends, Mormons would never even describe themselves as born-again Christians. She believes many do so now because they want to gain access to mainstream Christianity, especially now that their church is facing difficulties.

“Their missionaries are not doing as well out in the field,” the former Mormon woman notes, and “their numbers are going down as far as new recruits.” For that reason, she says, LDS members “want to infiltrate regular Christian religions so they can bring those Christians into Mormonism under the [impression] that they’re Christian, too. They’re anything but.”

Whether or not anyone admits it, America is viewed as a beacon of Christianity to the rest of the world. What they think of that beacon is debatable, but none the less our nation is viewed as a living example of a Christian nation. What do you think it would be if Mitt Romney, a Mormon became our President? Read why Mormonism is NOT Christianity.

The warning from the apostle Paul fits well here.

2 Corinthians 11:3-4 (New King James Version)

3) But I fear, lest somehow, as the serpent deceived Eve by his craftiness, so your minds may be corrupted from the simplicity that is in Christ.

4) For if he who comes preaches another Jesus whom we have not preached, or if you receive a different spirit which you have not received, or a different gospel which you have not accepted?you may well put up with it!

Consider yourselves warned! Don’t put up with it.



8 Responses to “Former Mormon Says Mitt Romney Candidacy a Bid to Bolster Struggling Mormon Cult”

  1. healtheland Says:

    Thank you, thank you.

  2. Views On Mormon Mitt Romney From A FORMER Mormon « Heal The Land With Spiritual Warfare Says:

    […] Posted by healtheland on April 6th, 2007 All right Mormons, you keep claiming that I know nothing of your religion. Are you going to say the same about HER? Another link and another too. Before I embarking on your campaign to discredit her, here are some of her claims which seem strikingly similar to my own which you folks called lies. […]

  3. healtheland Says:

    Oh yeah. This is off topic, but based on your current state of residence I figured that you would like this story:
    (http://healtheland.wordpress.com/2007/04/06/nashville-experiencing-real-problems-with-muslims-thanks-to-our-immigration-policy/)

  4. alallred Says:

    I wouldn’t say you don’t know anything about my religion; but I don’t think the fact that someone is a former member is any more authoritative–especially when she makes such absurd claims as “[Jesus]was born as a mere man, and he worked his way through good works into godship.” The fact of the matter is, there is no passage anywhere in LDS scripture or by its authorities stating that Jesus ever was a “mere man.” There is no teaching in LDS doctrine that Jesus was not God. That’s a pretty significant blunder for anyone to make who elects to comment on what Mormons “really believe.” The idea that Mormons have only “recently” referred to themselves as born again Christians is also mistaken, unless one were to conclude that 1830 is recent (Book of Mormon) or 1839 (Joseph Smith) or 1857 (Wilford Woodruff) or 1899 (Joseph F. Smith.) How about this comment from Hyrum M. Smith in 1916? “We, or our fathers who received the gospel of Jesus Christ, as it has been proclaimed by divinely appointed and authorized men in this dispensation, have been born again.” Our numbers are going down? I believe this week the Church announced the past year’s growth as including over 300,000 new converts. What’s she been smokin’?

  5. IndependentConservative Says:

    OK, here’s the truth, because many Mormons lie and this one is no execption.

    This is all part of the Romney push.

    Now Mormon, how will you claim Jesus was not a mere man of flesh and bone in your teachings, when your cult still teaches that even the Father is of flesh and bone.
    Here’s what you cult says about Him at this very moment:


    He “has a body of flesh and bones as tangible as man’s” (D&C 130:22).

    So don’t come here lying Mormon. I’m sick of watching Mormons tell total lies that run counter to exactly what they teach.

    I just wanted to expose you Mormon. To prove you are telling lies. Now you are banned. Banned and don’t come back you liar.

    You’re not honestly followers of Jesus, you’re followers of the lies of Joseph Smith and have been taught that he will have say over who gets into heaven. From the mouth of the Mormon false prophet named Brigham Young:


    no man or woman in this dispensation will ever enter into the celestial kingdom of God without the consent of Joseph Smith

    Total lies and heresy is what your cult is.

  6. GaryV Says:

    I notice the Mormon apologist neglected to refute the claim that his “church” teaches that we can become “gods” too, that Jehovah was once a man precisely as we are, that Lucifer is Jesus’ brother, that Jesus was born of “celestial sex”, etc etc.

    The question really is what must ANYONE be smoking to either join this AntiChrist cult, or to consider it even REMOTELY Christian???

  7. IndependentConservative Says:

    Considering there are people brought up in homes that teach this cult, I can’t fault the children that grow into it, although they should realize the thing is a cult as they learn for themselves.

    As for the adults who started this mess and continued it… I think many of the men are straight up sex nuts, that wanted to justify their whorish activity. In time they “officially” gave up the polygamy part, but still await having celestial sex in the future so they can make spirit children. Which is all a lie. Jesus told us in the Bible that there will not be marriages and such in Heaven. Matthew 22:23-33 With the exception of the church being a bride in Heaven the term marriage is never used.

    And Satan was kicked out for trying to become God, but these Mormons look to become a “god” themselves. Believing The Father had a father himself and lived a perfect life as a man of flesh and bone to become the Father. Playing this mess as some sort of continuum of “gods”. Refusing to accept that before the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are none, they are the FIRST AND ONLY TRUE GOD.

  8. PeopleOfGod Says:

    Satanic Mitt Romney??

    From Topix.Com searched Mitt Romney anti Christ liar:

    Is Mitt Romney an Anti-Christ? A perfect man of lies, beautiful, smooth and deceptive, pretendig to be a conservative Christian(Mormon cultist). A deceiver and liar without match. Changes his position daily as the polls dictate on everything. He fits the profile of the “Evil one that is foretold. His penchant for saying anything the people want to hear to get the power he wants is unparalled and alarming. He has no character and makes Bill Clinton look like a saint. From abortion to gun control, immigration, Iraq, universal healthcare, homosexuality and so on, he changes faster than a Chameleon He is a scary creature and acts exactly as the “wicked one” may. Does he have a soul? Everyone take note of this being called Mitt Romney.

    Satanic Mitt Romney?? – Topix
    Is Mitt Romney an Anti-Christ? A perfect man of lies, beautiful, … A deceiver and liar without match. Changes his position daily as the polls dictate on …
    http://www.topix.com/forum/state/ca/TSUTFSHO45OTPJLSO – 38k – Cached – Similar pages

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