Saturday, September 15, 2007

2008 Men on a Mission Calendar - Why Would Any Returned Mormon Missionary Do This?

There are probably not a lot of people who haven't seen or heard about these 12 returned Mormon Missionaries. They have even appeared on "Fox News".

Their calendar seems to be a hot item right now, but why would they do this?

The answer is "SIN" that's why!

Another reason is they don't know the Jesus Christ of the Bible who died on the cross for their sins and ours!

The Christ they they believe in as Mormons and members of "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints" is just a god, one of many gods. How sad, for the millions that have believed the false doctrines of Mormonism.

One of the major problems with them doing this is just how will they explain this at their next Mormon Temple Recommend Interview!???

17 comments:

  1. This is a hoax, these are NOT returned missionaries from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints!
    Better check before you publish!

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  2. lcd...
    No need for us to check anything about these young men, we didn't put this on YouTube, they did.

    If you think it is a hoax then go on their site and attack them, why don't you? They are the ones saying they are returned missionaires of the Mormon Church.

    Our only comment was how would a Mormon missionary get his next Temple Recommend?

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  3. lcd...

    "Fox News" has an interview today up online with two of the returned missionaries speaking for themselves!

    It is the #1 video being played on Fox News!

    Maybe you should contact "Fox News" with your breaking information, that this is all a hoax?

    I am sure "Fox News" will be ever grateful for your information, but don't forget you must provide your source for the hoax, that these Mormon guys are not only shirtless, but they are magic underwearless Mormons and they are liars too!

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  4. This is a very sad example these young men have provided for Mormons (if they are indeed true returned missionaries and not just liars posing as such). As a Mormon myself, I do know and believe in the same Jesus Christ as you do in the Bible. We do not believe in "many gods". We believe one God, our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ is His Son (our Savior and Redeemer). Before you go online and try to say something about someone else's religion that you clearly don't understand, please try to find out for yourself what we are about and what we believe in. I'm sure if you TRULY open your heart and your mind you will find that we are not the sadly misguided people you seem to think we are. If you are interested in learning more please visit this website
    http://mormon.org/mormonorg/eng/

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  5. Unless you live on Kolob everyone knows full well these guys are in fact returned Mormon missionaries. There was in fact an AP story in the the Mormon owned newspaper Deseret News that covered this calendar and these missionaries.

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  6. Windy you are either a convert to the LDS Church if you believe that the the Jesus of Mormonism is the Jesus of the Bible. Or you are just being dishonest in your statements.
    What you stated is simply not true. The first vision of Joseph Smith takes you as far as the east from the west from Christianity.
    Read Isaiah 43:10 there is only One God.

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  7. Are you jilted ex-mormons? I just stumbled onto your site and was saddened that you would spend so much effort trying to tear down good people. I know a few mormons personally and have even read their book and everything I have seen has true Christianity written all over it. Why don't you spend your time on something helpful to the community instead of trying to create divisions?

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  8. Yep. Even returned missionaries sin. One might hope they would also repent -- that is what we call "Mormon Doctrine": faith in Jesus Christ, repentance, baptism, and laying on of hands for the gift of the Holy Ghost.

    As for the "Jesus of the Bible" versus the "Jesus of Mormonism" -- the Jesus of Mormonism said, "how can ye, being evil, speak good things? for out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh." Your blog is full of "liar", "murderer", "vandalism", "distrust", "dishonest", and other accusations. That same Jesus quoted above would certainly consider the abundance of your heart unpleasant. The Jesus of Mormonism is honored regularly by the singing of the beloved song, "As I have loved you, love one another." If you listen to LDS General Conference next week, you may hear sin being condemned, but you are very unlikely to hear any person or organization defamed. Amen and amen.

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  9. Anonymous, you ask the question "Are you jilted ex-mormons?" but you will not post with your real name. That in and of itself speaks a lot about you. We don't hide who we are nor anything about our testimony and ministry. On this blog or our website Mormon Outreach.
    You also made another odd statement "... and have even read their book (implying you aren't Mormon) and everything I have seen has true Christianity written all over it." If you have read the Book of Mormon (their book) why then didn't you name one city, one group of people, one anything, that can stand the test of evidence. Just one! You can't because it is a book of fiction.
    Then you made this comment "...instead of trying to create divisions?" From the context of that statement you mean that is what we do, is that correct?
    Again you are not informed or you are just plain being dishonest. Joseph Smith the founder of Mormonism made an attack against ALL Christians in his first vision. It is the offical first vistion on the Mormon Church today!
    The Word of God the Bible instructs all Christians to confront false doctrine and teaching. Mormonism has another Jesus and is not Bibical Jesus of Christianity.

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  10. Scott33York....Jesus confronted false teaching and sin. You seem to condemn the blog because it confronts Mormon leaders lying, ordering the murder of innocent people, being dishonest and Mormon Missionaries commiting vandalism. If these things on the blog aren't true, you have every right to confront us; however, they are true, so Scott you have no alternative but to rationalize away the "faith" you have chosen to blindly follow. Jesus confronted the Pharisees with truth. Did that make Him hateful, mean or bitter? In your indoctrinated brain, we are hateful, mean people because we dare to say anything about "The One and Only True Church." Truth is truth, no matter where it comes from Scott - prove we are not presenting the truth -- You can't.

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  11. Every plant, which my heavenly Father hath not planted, shall be rooted up. Let them alone: they be blind leaders of the blind. And if the blind lead the blind, both shall fall into the ditch.

    And some of the Pharisees which were with him heard these words, and said unto him, Are we blind also? Jesus said unto them, If ye were blind, ye should have no sin: but now ye say, We see; therefore your sin remaineth.

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  12. lcd and scott this is your church, why attack these bloggers?

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  13. Live and Let Live.

    Why bother wasting your energy and making the world a more negative place by complaining about something that does not involve nor affect you.

    And every one of those beautiful men ARE return missionaries.

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  14. I agree with most of the above you do like to beat Mormons. Shame on you.

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  15. Anyone who points out facts and truth, should be shamed! Everything is relative and everyone should be allowed their own truth. Anyone who reports accurate information, if it makes someone else uncomfortable, should be stopped immediately; they should be reported to the comfort police. How dare we ever play a game where everyone isn't allowed to win.

    Really?

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  16. You have not given any evidence at all. All your site and you and your wife do is attack us Lds Members. I have looked at your sites and everything on your site attacks us.

    Shame on you both.

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  17. Anonymous,

    Do you believe Brigham Young was a prophet? It would appear you do by your comments. Then I would think this statement by Brigham Young should shame the entire LDS Church, including you as a member.

    ALL NON-MORMONS CALLED ANTI-CHRIST: This quote is from Brigham Young: “…and he that confesseth not that Jesus has come in the flesh and sent Joseph Smith with the fullness of the Gospel to this generation, is not of God, but is Antichrist.” (Journal of Discourses, Vol 9 pg 312).

    Wow...The LDS Church never says anything bad about Christians. Oh really explain the above?

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