Saturday, September 16, 2006

Competition for souls

I ate with one of my kids at McDonald's today. (not my choice) While sitting there, we noticed two Mormon "Elders" sitting with a young man. I assume they were "witnessing", "prostylizing", "wining and dining", or whatever they call it. I was overwhelmed with a sense of anger. These two young guys will move on in two years and leave in their wake more confused people than they found when they got here. I mean we already have to deal with the local religion and it is bad enough. But then you get these fakers who represent the great faker leading people on a road to false truth. Can lost people be more lost than they were before Mormons got to them? No, I don't think so. After all, lost is lost. However, I think they can cause indescribable damage. I really, really hate Mormonism.

I visited the offical Mormon website after going to Mickey D's. I have studied it on and off for years (not for personal gain, but for battle info). They are so full of lies that I couldn't look at if for more than 5 minutes without feeling ill. I really, really hate Mormonism.

Eph 6:12 For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the world's rulers, of the darkness of this age, against spiritual wickedness in high places.


Guy Muse said...

Yep, I understand your frustration. Ditto for here as well...

The flip side though is that we can learn much from their methodology, perseverance, actively mobilizing people around the world, etc. They really work at and believe what they are doing. Most of our people are just content to "go to church" and let the world go to hell.

nancy said...

You have to admit, they are some of the most friendly people you meet on the street :-).

Nomad said...

They may be friendly, but it is just exactly like flirting with the devil.

Let me repeat: I really, really hate Mormonism.

Lug Nutmegger said...

But I really, really love you brother. Lighten up Francis. Where does the anger come from? You might be a more effective missionary if you weren't so angry.

Nomad said...


Nice reference to "Stripes".

I thought I was pretty explanatory as to my hatred of Mormonism; I didn't say I harbored anger. I don't hate anyone; I hate the whole concept of Mormonism, for it is nothing but a deception.