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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.
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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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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This program will set a solid foundation for specifically what God has said about Himself and of His Character in the Bible. Additionally, we will compare but not give recognition to what the Book of Mormons teaches about the Nature and Character of God. Note: This is a Live Call-in Show on KUTR 820 AM and 95.3 FM Utah radio called “Mainstream Mormonism” by Bishop Lee Baker. To participate LIVE, call KUTR at 866-348-7884 or 866-34-TRUTH on Sat. Mar. 7th at 4PM or Listen Live at LeeBaker.4Mormon.org
A policeman interrupts my handing out The Revelations of Jesus Christ on 4th So. and extremely wide artery in SLC, Utah in 1983. I then received the following letter from the Church attorney, Oscar W. McConkey, shortly after which I was thrown in jail. So much for Merika, a country that never has obeyed the Constitution, inasmuch they waged war on the Mormons with Johnson's army, slew their Prophet and his brother, outlawed the capstone of their religion, etc, and now the establishment of said obviously communist nation, 'Merika, pay no attention to visions and revelations of the Lord while stubbornly perverting the right way of the Lord, and then they wonder why they are being judged so harshly as a prelude to being destroyed by God! Amazing!
Letter from Oscar W. McConkie, Lawyer for
LDS Church and My Reply.
Note: This is of the species of lie perpetrated against me
from the beginning from the father of lies, further of late
carried on by Mills Crenshaw and those of his ilk.
October 10, 1983
153 Lincoln Avenue, Apt. #6
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Dear Mr. Bulla:
Please be advised that this office represents The Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints. This, of course, includes the Institute of
Religion adjacent to the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.
Mr. Bulla, you should be aware that the Institute of Religion
adjacent to the University of Utah, is private property owned and
controlled by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Persons who come onto the premises do so as invited guests of the
This office is advised that you have been specifically requested
not to come on the premises of the Institute of Religion associated
with the University of Utah. (Blah Blah Blah!)
Oscar W. McConkie, Kirton,
McConkie and Bushnell
An insider nicknamed " a producer named the Grouch" informed me in 1985, of his personal knowledge that Pres. Kimball had been threatened by US President Jimmy Carter during a visit in 1979 so that the tax exempt status would be therefore withdrawn from the LDS Church, and that he (Carter) had similarly extorted Bob Jones University a year previous in just such a manner concerning their policy against interracial dating on campus. Thus both caved before the "born-again" onslaught of Jimmy Carter, especially against the Mormons, whom he also considered a "cult", etc. Carter had come out to Salt Lake for a visit, specifically with this extortion in mind, in further fulfillment of the prophecy of Daniel the prophet:
25 And he shall speak great words against the most High, and shall wear out the saints of the most High, and think to change times and laws: and they shall be given into his hand until a time and times and the dividing of time.
26 But the judgment shall sit, and they shall take away his dominion, to consume and to destroy [it] unto the end.
The wretched Carter then had the Secret Service knock upon my door for a revelation I had received concerning these things.
Families that follow the Islamic religion, the Mormon religion, and other religious sects that permit men to marry more than one wife could argue that polygyny is a constitutional right guaranteed by the first amendment. But currently it is illegal. What would it take to legalize polygyny? Would families that practice polygyny be willing to file a Federal lawsuit to demand the rights of all wives to be legally recognized? How would women insure all wives in a polygynous family received their share of the social security benefits, pension money, and property left behind after the passing of the husband? How would women uphold each other's rights to be publicly respected as wives?
Families that follow the Islamic religion, the Mormon religion, and certain other religious sects that practice polygyny (a man marrying multiple wives) could conceivably make the case that they have a right to legally do so under the First Amendment guarantee of Freedom of Religion. But the historic battle between the Protestant and Mormon faiths in the early days of American history lead to the banning of this practice, as the Protestants sought dominance over the Mormons and the Mormons allowed polygyny and the Protestants did not. However, what has emerged today is a new set of imigrants and converts to Islam, a religion of which allows polygyny for the purpose of providing support for orphaned children and widowed women. America has allowed same sex marriage. Religious communities have asked, when will America consider the rights of heterosexual women, who greatly outnumber available heterosexual men? Don't they have a right to a legal marriage, if all the consenting adults agree to an arrangement in which a married man may legally marry an additional wife? Would an elected official be willing to put forth legislation to the effect? Would a federal lawsuit need to be filed? Are women who are tired of being single be willing to take the lead in this effort?
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