Just read the Mormon claptrap that Glen Beck and Mitt Romney believe and ask yourselves: should ANYBODY take these deluded men seriously? By Alan Franklin.

Just read the Mormon claptrap that Glen Beck and Mitt Romney believe and ask yourselves: should ANYBODY take these deluded men seriously? By Alan Franklin.  


What would you call someone who believes that Jesus was born in Jerusalem? That he is “the spirit brother” of Lucifer? That God has a wife and together they procreate children? That people live on the sun – not to mention the moon (the moon dwellers are tall and dress like Quakers). Well, you would call them Mormons.


The serious thing about this rubbish is that two of the men millions of American Christians take seriously – Beck and Romney – are members of this magic-underwear wearing cult. Despite this – and as an indication of how far America has sunk – Romney could easily replace the Obamanation as America’s next president. No doubt he could then set about preparing Missouri for the Second Advent of the Lord Jesus Christ.


Beck, of course, is a media personality much followed for those who are basically Christian in their belief systems. So what part of the word “cult” do these deluded, cultist-supporting, ignorant Christians not understand? Readers who are confused need to get unconfused quickly, before they start casting votes for an even bigger disaster than Obama, the Kenyan Conman.


Remember, God is not a God of confusion but of sound mind. For some sound teaching to blast away any doubts, think about getting our book, Cults and Isms: True or False? which Pat and I researched, wrote and published for the sole purpose of stopping Christians being deceived. Cults and Isms: True or False? has a whole chapter on the magic underwear brigade, who appear smiling on your doorstep and announce themselves with the fantastic lie that “we are Christians.”


The Table of Truth, which shows that everything Mormons believe is diametrically opposed to Biblical Christianity, will be an eye-opener. We have such tables for many of the main cults, from Catholicism to JWs. The book is available from our webshop. 


For those who, like us, are totally committed to exposing error and proclaiming the way of The Lord, we are offering the opportunity to do rather more. The time for being an armchair Christian is long gone- not that it should ever have arrived! You could do what some Christians are doing: buy our books in bulk to educate and warn the church at large. Remember, these end times are hallmarked by deception. 


We are offering packs of eight books, in Britain only at present, for £30, plus £12 post and packing. Our supplies in the USA are more limited but we can still send out individual orders. A much larger shipment should be in the States in time for my spring tour: dates are still available in March, April and May. Contact me at alan@thefreepressonline.co.uk 

For an in-depth expose of how far apart Mormonism is from Biblical Christianity, here is a link to Tom McMahon's great article from The Berean Call: http://www.thebereancall.org/node/9050

  • The Mormons believe the following about the birth of our Lord: Jesus was born in Jerusalem - the Tribe of Benjamin (Alma 7:9,10). According to (Matthew 2:1, Hebrews 7:14, Revelation 5:5, Matthew 1:6, 1 Samuel 16:1, Matthew 15:22; 21:9; Mark 10:47, Genesis 49:9-10), Jesus was born in Bethlehem - the Tribe of Judah


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Matthew 24:5

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