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Old 01-11-2008, 02:23 PM
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DNA Change to Book of Mormon

Several interesting facts about Mormonism discussed by some of there own scholars as well as others.
http://www.azcentral.com/news/articl...book11-on.html
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Several interesting facts about Mormonism discussed by some of there own scholars as well as others.
http://www.azcentral.com/news/articl...book11-on.html
Yep. None of the native americans are decendants of the lost tribes of Israel.

It worked in a day when there was no technology.

I have read the book of Morman.

They stopped at my door.

I told them to give me the book and come back one year later.

It kept them from coming back for a year.

When they opened the door I told them...

Nope can't believe it.

I handed them a bible and told them to read it...

They never came back.

But they did let me keep the book of Morman....
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Old 02-26-2009, 07:07 PM
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Yep. None of the native americans are decendants of the lost tribes of Israel.

It worked in a day when there was no technology.

I have read the book of Morman.

They stopped at my door.

I told them to give me the book and come back one year later.

It kept them from coming back for a year.

When they opened the door I told them...

Nope can't believe it.

I handed them a bible and told them to read it...

They never came back.

But they did let me keep the book of Morman....


Why did you keep the book of mormon? Cant you afford toilet paper?
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Old 02-26-2009, 10:10 PM
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Yep. None of the native americans are decendants of the lost tribes of Israel.

It worked in a day when there was no technology.

I have read the book of Morman.

They stopped at my door.

I told them to give me the book and come back one year later.

It kept them from coming back for a year.

When they opened the door I told them...

Nope can't believe it.

I handed them a bible and told them to read it...

They never came back.

But they did let me keep the book of Morman....
Did you read in there the 5 or 6 times that uncle Joe commanded to be baptized in Jesus Name? They hate that part!

I asked some elders one time that came by my house to let me know what I needed to be saved. Without hesitation they quoted Acts 2:38! Amazing!
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Old 02-26-2009, 11:12 PM
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Re: DNA Change to Book of Mormon

A good book to get on the subject is ...

Reasoning with the mormons from the Scriptures.

They point out a lot of doctrinal changes through the years to the Book of M. something like 2000 to that infallible, divinely inspired book!

They also point out that ininitially uncle Joe believed that Jesus and the Father were the same! They accuse Joe Smith of being oneness and denying the trinity!
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I lived in Salt Lake City Utah for a few years and there was a church or Temple on every corner just about.almost every one you worked with was morman.They have very high standards towards thier family and they were also very kind and moral people.You could see the young men on bikes riding up and down the streets in thier suits,knocking on every single door to give any one salvation as they saw it. I will say that they own that city.I just wish some one would be able to show them the truth.People used to laugh and make fun of them when they would come to talk about Jesus and they would take it in stride and go on.there is 2 U.P.C.I. churches in S.L.C. Bro.Guills and Bro Fitzgeralds.
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