Referring To Mormons And The Flat Earth Article

Referring To Mormons And The Flat Earth Article


Mormons and the Flat Earth

The talk I had with two Mormons on the flat earth, I had ‘ruffled the feathers’ of one reader. However, my stats on the number of pages viewed shot up. So, thank you for your interest! Maybe a good percentage of new viewers are the result of organic views from Google (mormons and flat earth). Maybe more Mormons have gone to our site or that the article has been shared more. Either way, the flat earth news is getting out!

Of course, there is always someone who likes to ‘stir the pot,’ if you please. I’ll make comments to his comments.

First, it would be good for people who do write back that they actually READ my article and not ‘speed read’ over it – it helps! Why should I have to spell everything out or repeat myself because of someone does not take the time to read what I wrote.

I really have to laugh at some of the charges that are brought against me. But the fact that I’m talking about only one person out of the hundreds that come to our website each day, I’m not complaining.

The first charge against me is that I’m ‘social profiling’. Great, that’s good! It seems that there are some people who are still caught in the ‘political correctness’ paradigm. Social profiling is good as it’s a survival mechanism to keep us safe, for one thing. If we go to war with another nation, for example, I’m sure that there are some good people in that nation, but because there are some good people who would do us no harm does that mean we can not defend ourselves? ‘Social profiling’ is a way for us to put people into groups, to determine if it’s safe to go to a certain area, for example. Now, I know that there are leftist/agnostic/mainline Christians or whomever, say they don’t do this. Fine, but looks at who gets attacked? And they wonder why!

Recently there was a family who did NOT do ‘social profiling’ and thought that the Muslims were just great people. This happened in Germany where some Muslims recently came to their town. So, one German family volunteered to put up a Muslim man. Guess what? The parents were murdered and the two daughters were raped. Now, if social profiling was done and they learned that these people are not to be trusted, this would not have happened.

I had never said that if you don’t believe in the flat earth you will not go to heaven or that you are not a good Christian, but some people just love to put words into other peoples mouths so they have something to complain about. Your soul is not depended on if you believe in a flat earth or not. But the Mormons do believe that there are gods of other worlds and that we are all gods. That we can become gods and we will get our own world to be god of. The Mormons have as part of their belief that there are other planets and other gods. This is NOT Christian. Now, I know that there will be those in the Mormon belief deny this but don’t believe me, do your own research. It would be nice to give all the source material here but to do so, I would have to spend so much time on one article that I won’t be able to get much else done. Perhaps that is the plan of the disrupter – to keep their enemies busy typing on one article.

The Mormons view of the Universe is not like your typical Baptist, Methodist, Lutheran or even Catholic faith. The Mormons have an in-depth belief of the Universe and life on other planets. When the flat earth is taught to them it would be the most up-setting. However, if they accept the flat earth facts, they will really have to question their beliefs. Whereas in the mainline Christian churches – even though there are false doctrines there – the flat earth should, and is, more accepted.

To see how the flat earth is so diametrically different from what is taught in LSD temples, check out this at Wiikpedia under the topic, Mormon cosmology, Click Here.

This reader talked about disinformation and it is more to do with the school system. This is true BUT the churches play their part, as well as the media and government to keep us ignorant. So, it’s not just the school system.

He goes on to say, “The Mormons as you like to call them…” This is a clue that the reader who wrote to me is a Mormon himself, as they don’t want others to use this term. Well, I’ll use the word ‘Mormon’ anyhow!

He goes to length to say that they (Mormons) believe in the same Jesus Christ. This is a lie and everyone who knows about the Mormons and are not a Mormon themselves will tell you this is not so. I was told the Book of Mormon is another testament of Jesus Christ. This is a lie. The Book of Mormon is made up, it is NOT part of the Bible. The Mormons are simply a cult. Don’t believe me but do your own research and see if it’s – that the Mormons are a cult.

This reader said what difference does it make if the world is flat or round. Now, we have all heard this cheap answer, haven’t we? Like I said, a belief in the flat earth or in a heliocentric universe will not change your status with God. HOWEVER, God gives us truth as we are able to accept it. If you reject it, you might have to wait a long time before you are given more truth.

When I was talking to the young ladies I said, “Wouldn’t you want to know where Australia is?” One girl’s reply was, “No.” I couldn’t believe my ears. I’ve heard that before but it still surprises me. All I said, “Well, if you were travelling to that place you would want to know.” I could have said more but I was nice. For me, personally, I want to know where places are even if I don’t plan to travel there. I’m not talking about a one-horse town – I’m talking about a big country. When I went to school we all had to learn geography – even if we didn’t plan to travel the world or major in this subject. But I guess schools have changed. It also tells me that home schooling has changed as many Mormon do home school their children.

I think this attitude of not caring where countries are in the world would mean, that if a person has that attitude, they certainly would not care about the shape of the earth. After all, isn’t that the biggest piece of geography? So, when the enemy within succeeds in getting the school kids (who later become adults) not caring where a country is, they would, by extension, not care about the flat earth.

Finally, I was told, “…not to judge others.” He claims that this is playing God. Well, that is a new one on me. Not about the “do not judge,” but that I’m playing God. This “do not judge” bit is another false believe in the mainline churches. This is exactly what the antichrists want – that Christians should not judge. When they do this, they will not bring in the guilty to question. The fact is CHRISTIANS ARE TO JUDGE. But they should judge righteously. If this was not so, then how do we know if we are committing a sin? How do we know if our politicians are committing a sin? How can we carry our the Laws, Statues and JUDGEMENTS of God? We can’t UNLESS we judge. God tells us how to judge and He goes into detail on how to do it.

Some people just don’t bother to read the Bible, they let their preacher do the reading and they dare not read any verses on their own. By the way, there is a whole book in the Bible that is called Judges. When ancient Israel lived under God’s system of government is a system of JUDGES. Do you get it reader who wrote me?

When I asked the Mormon girls to multiply 36 x 6, I did NOT ask them to do it in their heads. I was hoping that they would do it on paper. But the response from one girl was, “I don’t have a calculator.” I did not say shame on you or anything like that (though our kids should be shamed otherwise they would not use their heads). It was at this time that I did it in my head while they were there.

I realize that doing this is difficult for some, just like it’s difficult for me to do, say, 65 x 38 in my head. But I can easily do it on paper, and that we should all be able to do this while still in grade school.

Anyhow, have a good day.

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2 Responses to Referring To Mormons And The Flat Earth Article

  1. Josh says:

    I’m flat earth and a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Had no trouble accepting it when I found it. Fit very nicely with my undetstanding of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and teachings within the Book of Mormon and the Bible. Also, the whole mormons get their own planet thing, in 40 years of membership I have never heard that taught. I did learne about it watching an Anti-Mormon video though. We do believe Heavenly Father has created other worlds and we do believe if we are faithful and worthy, we will have an inheritance in his Kingdom (or Kingdoms if you prefer) these beliefs are typical of the Christians that I know as well. I just watched a flat earth, Christian video, in fact, that connected Christ’s statement, “In my Fathers kingdom there are many mansions, I go there to prepare a place for you” with the idea of more than one flat earth, or a larger flat earth containing many divisions. So, why are you so shocked that LDS would have similar ideas? Please, if you are going to write blog posts about what Mormons believe, please base your statements on what we say we believe. Would it be fair or accurate for us to publish articles on your ministery based on the opinions of your critics and detractors? Wouldn’t you prefer us to ask you what you believe, and further more, actually believe you when you say you believe something. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints are very similar to Christians where flat earth is concerned, most have not considered it, let alone reseached it or heard a good argument for it. But it’s a nice fit for us.

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    • revealed4you says:

      In Response to a Mormon Reader

      I disagree with what you wrote, but I posted it anyhow for others to read. While there are other bloggers who will only post comments that are only 100% in agreement with themselves, I do not. So, let me give you a short answer to what you wrote. Mind you, this is a short response.

      I have seen videos by former LDS. So, the fact that they were believers in LDS church, that is enough. Of course, anyone who criticises the church that they were in, would be called liars by those who are still in it! You can apply this to Scientology or to Jehovah’s Witnesses – they do the same thing.

      About what you quote, “in my Father’s house are many mansions,” you are correct, that is in the Bible. However, that does not mean other planets. It does not mean other flat worlds. Mansions are exactly what it means – dwellings for believers in Jesus Christ, NOT other worlds. In fact, as I remember it, the Greek meaning is dwelling levels. Again, this does not mean other worlds – even if they are flat. It just means that some people will have greater rewards in Heaven.

      One final thought. We are told that we should not add to the Bible or take away from it. So, not only has this been done, but some people have added a whole book. What does Christ say about this?

      Revelation 22:18-19 King James Version (KJV)
      18 For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book:

      19 And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.

      This will end this discussion. Why? Because I would have to address the same issue over and over again, with others. For those who fall into this trap, they will never have the time to continue where they left off. This is exactly what government controllers would like to see.

      So, for those who are really seeking the truth, all they have to do is their research. And while they do it, pray to God that they will have discernment – no matter what friends, group or church they have to leave behind.

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