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Posted in Mormonism: What do you think? on 2003-02-04 03:10:19

Why should you feel sorry for Mormon's?

========== In Reply To ========== I thought this poll was very good and not biased at all. The answers of the poll takers is what showed bias. I am a Christian and if I had to be honest about how I feel about Mormon's. I have to say that I feel sorry for them.

Posted in Are Mormons Christian? on 2003-02-04 03:06:20

Then how do you see that to prove Mormon's not to be christian?

========== In Reply To ========== My post about Revelation was written in reply to your original message that talked about Revelation. I do not argue with you about the fact that Revelation was probably written at around 90AD, but I think the words about the addition or subtraction from the book are applicable only to Revelation. You will find similar words in almost all prophetic writing of the Bible. One example is Daniel which mentions that some of the prophecy found in it is to be sealed and neither added to or taken from.

Sorry if I was not clear in my original post.

Posted in Are Mormons Christian? on 2003-02-04 03:04:37

Then how do you see that to prove Mormon's not to be christian?

========== In Reply To ========== My post about Revelation was written in reply to your original message that talked about Revelation. I do not argue with you about the fact that Revelation was probably written at around 90AD, but I think the words about the addition or subtraction from the book are applicable only to Revelation. You will find similar words in almost all prophetic writing of the Bible. One example is Daniel which mentions that some of the prophecy found in it is to be sealed and neither added to or taken from.

Sorry if I was not clear in my original post.

Posted in Are Mormons Christian? on 2003-02-04 02:55:44

The scripture you're referring to, Revelation 22:18-19, can easily be misconstrude to meaning that any further scripture PERIOD would not be the true word of God, but if you look further into it you will find that according to Bible scholars (1) that this revelation was written sometime between A.D. 64 and 96; (2) that John himself wrote his gospel(The Gospel According to St. John) at a much later dat at Ephesus; (3) that at that time the books of the Bible were not compiled as we now have them. Knowing these things we can understand the John was warning against adding to or taking from the revelation he had received and written while banished on the Isle of Patmos. (From "A Marvelous Work And A Wonder" by Legrand Richards)

========== In Reply To ========== I believe that Mormans were based on christianity, but they added other books to the bible. And it says in the book of Revelations you cannot add more books to it and pass them off as real. So now they have different beliefs and customs.

Posted in Cult Movies on 2002-11-04 19:52:59

I have to agree with shari as Princess Bride is my 2nd favorite but how could you forget Monty Python and the Holy Grail? It's the best of all time.