DITTO. Had Mormon missionaries come to my door. They were polite and I was polite. I simply told them that I do not agree with the Book of Mormons because the Bible is finalized and Christians can not add anything to it. They realize they cannot shake my position, but we all agree to disagree. That is the extent of my dealings with Mormons on faith. They seem to respect my position and left me alone.
If Americans behave like Mormons, no drinking, no tobacco, no profanity, strong work ethics, strong family values, stockpiling food and etc for emergencies. Be willing to help out neighbors and etc, the US would be a better place. Most Mormons I met are polite and exercise strong self control. If one of them wants to be POTUS I have no problems.
I’ll ditto that too. I’ve had dealings with Mormons and have no problem with them.
“By mercy and truth iniquity is purged, and by the fear of the LORD men depart from evil.” (Proverbs 16:6)
Jesus said: “It is the spirit that quickeneth; the flesh profiteth nothing: the words that I speak unto you, they are spirit, and they are life.” (John 6:63)
And Heaven won't.
What jkind of a 'christian' cares so much about THIS world; that they are willing to COMPROPMISE on the next?
So you are NOT into 'contending for the faith once delivered'?
That's ok; I just hope that in the future you'll become more active.
Just on your point that it would be a better world if we lived as Mormons do (I paraphrase) .....
Well aside from the Biblical wrongs they are involved in, Mitt Romney was pro abortion and pro gay marriage..YES HE WAS, and yet he was not condemned by any Mormons for holding anti life views, they lined up to support him anyway.
So they had no problem with Mittens supporting murder of God`s children etc, and for gay marriage and all the trimmings, so aside from their wrong view of the Bible, I am not interested in their so called family values.
Just my opinion, was not suggesting for a moment that you sided in any way with the Mormon belief...absolutely not, just sharing my thoughts on their “family values”