Tuesday, January 10, 2012

The James Hartline Report: Have Christians in America become nothing more than Mormon Cult Stepford Wives?

The James Hartline Report: Have Christians in America become nothing more than Mormon Cult Stepford Wives? -- The Mormon Cult teaches that Jesus is nothing more than the brother of Lucifer. The Mormon Cult teaches that Adam and Eve are the mother and father of God. The Mormon Cult teaches that the black race is cursed as the line of Cain and their curse is the color of their skin. The Mormon Cult teaches that the United States is to be the home of the New Jerusalem on earth and will be ruled by the apostles of the Mormon Cult tabernacle.

A bishop of the Mormon Cult is Willard Mitt Romney. Willard Mitt Romney is a lifelong member of the Mormon Cult. Willard Mitt Romney is a teacher in the Mormon Cult and has served as their cult bishop. As a sixth-generation member of the Mormon Cult, Willard Mitt Romney is descended from a genealogically interconnected political family sometimes known as the Pratt–Romneys.

The Republican Party is promoting the Mormon Cult and Bishop Willard Mitt Romney. This is because Romney and his cronies have flooded the financial coffers of various Republican political operatives over the past ten years with the goal of turning the White House over to Romney and his cult. At this very moment, there are people inside of churches throughout America who are working for the GOP and the Mormon Cult and their goal of suppressing opposition to Romney and the Mormon Cult takeover of the White House.

Have Christians in America become nothing more than Mormon Cult Stepford Wives?

Think about this: Why are Christians supporting politicians who are working for the Mormon Cult? Why are Christians binding themselves in covenant to a political party that is selling the soul of America to the billionaires of the Mormon Cult? If you are a true, born again Christian, are you supporting the Mormon Cult's takeover of the White House?

If you shuffle the letters in the name Romney, it will spell money. If you shuffle the cards in Mitt Romney agenda you get Mormon. And you know what the Bible says about cults and the love of money.


Anonymous said...

Mormons’ theology is based on New Testament Christianity, not Fourth Century Creeds. For example, the Church of Jesus Christ (LDS) views on Baptism, Lay Ministry, the Trinity, Theosis, Grace vs. Works, the Divinity of Jesus Christ comport more closely with Early Christianity than any other denomination. And Mormons’ teenagers have been judged to “top the charts” in Christian Characteristics by a UNC-Chapel Hill study. Read about it here:


Those who question if the Church of Jesus Christ (LDS) is a Christian denomination usually are mis-informed because New Testament Christianity is closer to Jesus Christ’s teachings than Fourth Century Creeds. Mormons have a better understanding of Christianity than any other denomination, according to a 2010 Pew Forum poll:


11 of the signers of the Declaration of Independence (including several presidents) were non-Trinitarian Christians. Those who now insist on their narrow Trinitarian and salvation only by grace definition of Christianity for candidates for public office are doing our Republic an injustice.

Anonymous said...

Here are the characteristics of a cult:
• Small? The Church of Jesus Christ (LDS) has 14 million members in 132 countries. In America, there are more Mormons than there are Presbyterians or Jews.
• Excessive devotion? Mormons are devoted to the Savior, but in appropriate measure He would approve of.
• Unethical techniques? Ask the pie-throwers to name one.
• Control by isolation? Even if Mormons wanted to, this would be impossible with 14 million members in 28,000 congregations throughout the world.
• Control by threats? Again, evidence? Mormon missionaries may be exuberant, but do not threaten.
• Dependency on the group? The Church of Jesus Christ (LDS) is just the opposite. Mormons want members to be self-reliant and independent so they in turn can help others.
• Powerful group pressure? Only if that’s the way the critics prefer to define love.
• Strange? Guilty as charged. Mormons plead guilty to all the strange things that were done by Christians in New Testament times that were lost during the great falling away in the aptly named Dark Ages, among them temple worship, vicarious baptism for the dead, definition of God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit as separate but united in purpose, salvation requiring both grace and obedience to commandments, prophets and apostles, unpaid clergy, and continual revelation to guide His Church.