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Tune in as the Sistas chat about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint's new movie, "Meet the Mormons." The Sistas have seen it and are gonna let you know what they think. Was it corny, cheesy, vanilla or is anything lacking? Who is this movie for, Mormons or friends of other faiths? After the opportunity to meet some of the Mormons featured in the documentary-style film the Sistas in Zion will keep it real and give you the scoop on meeting the Mormons.
If you've seen the movie call into Sistas in Zion Radio (646) 478-3671 and share your thoughts! Meet the Mormons is in theaters now, movie proceeds will be donated to the Red Cross.
Tune in as the Sistas chat with Kembe Sullivan from Meet the Mormons. The film from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints featured a story called "the bishop" which focused on her husbands life as an ecclesiastical leader of a congregation in Atlanta, Georgia. Now we'll find out lot's more about about the the life of the wife, mother, educator and faithful woman we loved meeting in the film!
Tune in as the Sistas chat with Dawn Armstrong from Meet the Mormons. The new film from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints shares some of the struggles and triumphs of Dawn's life. In Meet the Mormons she captures our attention and hearts as a single mother turned wife and missionary mom. Now she'll share with us the story behind the story.
As prominent Mormons become leaders in the conservative movement many Christians want to know what Mormons believe. Mormons such as Glenn Beck and Mitt Romney represent an integral part of the today's conservative movement, but do we know what their spiritual point of reference is? Dr. Ron Rhodes, author of Reasoning From The Scriptures With The Mormons, joins Jim Paris Live.
As we continue our series on the world's religions (starting with the "so called" Christian denominations) we will have a peek at the Church of Latter Day Saints. This group is famous for their practice of polygamy and the false prophet Joseph Smith. Let's see ehat we will find.
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Special Guest/Topic: David Michael (My Book Of Mormon)
Helping Mormons become Ex-Mormons
Special Guest/Topic: DAVE FODA
Ethics is basically the Golden Rule, in practice. But morals? That's a different story. Morals are a way that a group of people govern themselves, and their treatment of other groups of people, but those "moral codes" have very little to do with ethics. Something can be "moral" without also being "ethical." And, something can be "ethical" without also being "moral." To wit, the Ten Commandments are a "moral code," but an argument can easily be made that they don't meet the burden of an "ethical code."
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David Fitzgerald is an atheist activist, author, historical researcher, and public speaker from California. He earned a degree in history from California State University, Fresno and serves on the boards of the San Francisco Atheists and the San Francisco branch of the Center for Inquiry. Fitzgerald is also Co-Founder and Director of the world’s first Atheist Film Festival, as well as San Francisco's annual Darwin Day celebration. Fitzgerland is a crowd favorite at Skepticon and has been a repeat featured speaker at the national conventions of American Atheists, American Humanist Association, and the Secular Student Alliance. In addition to this, the author works with the Stanford Humanist Chaplaincy, Camp Quest West, the National Center for Science Education and other community organizations.
Fitzgerald's latest work The Complete Heretic's Guide To Western Religion Book One: The Mormons was published in May of 2013. In the book, he closely examines the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and how their unorthodox beliefs affect everyone from their own members to the American political system. Fitzgerald also hosts his own blog.
Tune in Sunday, August 18th, at 9pm Eastern/6pm Pacific, as NPTR host Sean Prophet interviews author, activist, and public speaker David Fitzgerald.
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"If you do not live up to every covenant you have made this day, you will be in my power." Devil
Our "Zion" in Utah has been transformed into a jungle of money-making schemes, cut-throat competition, mixed with lawyercraft, priestcraft, doctorcraft; and all of this mess is ruled by political parasites.
Cultural, pro forma Mormons who love and live a lie every single day, having rejected the everlasting gospel, are fallow ground, a hub for Similoa drug cartel, or secret combination, destined to balkanize and destory the United States. Because of reliance on doctorcraft, instead of the Priesthood, over-prescription of Oxycotin and other opiate medicines have addicted the population in Salt Lake, who then graduate to herion, cheaper than Oxycotin ($80/tab, street). Similoa Cartel is moving in according to recent report by National Geographic's Drug's Inc series recently aired on NatGeo. This corruption of the Church means they are natural allies in a secret combination destined to use Salt Lake as their hub and capital because of the "highest addiction rate in history" according to NatGeo. The wickedness of the people I have personally experienced, having lived among them, being mobbed by them on many occasions. This "wickedness never was happiness" state of lying cultural Mormons, and the stress of keeping up the appearances, create such discomfort and stress internally, that these hypocrites cannot cope with this unnatural state of spiritual bondage. They look to relief from their corrupt doctors, thus opening the door for the devil to take power. Mormon sons of perdition, who actually use hollowed-out Books of Mormon as a cavity to disguise their cargo, with their status as Elders to deal heroin and other illegal prescription narcotics to be supplanted by Similoa Cartel which beheads people they disagree with are destined to ally with these wicked people.
I remember distinctly, as I heard her praying to God, I thought if I looked up I would see Him sitting next to her on her worn couch. This was not just her God, but also her best friend. Her dearest companion who had seen her through a lifetime of suffering and prejudice. As her intimate conversation continued, I grew afraid, because I knew when she finished, I was expected to share with her a message about Jesus, but I knew that she really "knew" him, while I may only know about him. I wanted that kind of intimacy she shared with her Creator, but for me God was distant and demanding.
This simple experience didn't square with what I had been taught. Here was a non-Mormon who knew God in a way I could only imagine. It opened the door for me to begin a conscious and careful re-examination of my faith. In other equally important moments, Christians shared with me how Jesus Christ has changed their lives, healed their marriages, and delivered them from drug addictions. I could have argued how to interpret a particular New Testament verse for hours, but I could never argue with them about how the Lord had touched and transformed their lives. Thirdly, Christians took the time to point out verses in the Bible that seemed to clearly contradict Mormon teaching.
For example, Mormons believe in the existence of many gods in the universe, the god of this world being one among many. But the Word of God clearly proclaims there are no gods but the God revealed in Divine Revelation, He is the first and the last (Isa 44:6, 24; 45:5, 18). I heard the scriptural maneuverings that fellow Mormons used to deny the meaning of these verses, but for me they were clearly confirming monotheism.
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