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Monday, February 19, 2024

If all Mormons are Christian, then all Christians are Mormon

    Mormons claim to be Christian yet deny the essentials of Christianity; namely, that there is one God, that forgiveness of sins is by grace alone, that there is a Trinity, that Jesus is God, etc. Mormonism teaches that there are many many gods but that Mormons should serve and worship only one of them, the one of this world. It teaches that forgiveness of sins is not by grace alone. It denies the Trinity doctrine which says there is one God in three persons and instead says that there are three separate gods. It does not proclaim that Jesus is God, but that Jesus is a god.... etc. Additionally, Mormons have secret temple rituals, even though the rituals have been done away with with the destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem. 

    Now, Mormons deny these basic Christian doctrines, yet they want to be called Christian because they say they believe in the same Jesus of the Bible, among other things. But when they speak of Jesus, they mean that Jesus is the brother of Satan, and you and I. They teach that we have all been born from god and his goddess wife who both have physical bodies of flesh and bones. 

    None of this is in the Bible and none of this is believed by Christians. But that has not stopped them from wanting to be called Christian. 

   So, since the Mormons deny basic Christian doctrine and claim to be Christian, then I can deny basic Mormon doctrine and be a Mormon.


For example, I DENY the following Mormon doctrines.


  • I deny that there are many many gods (Mormon Doctrine, by Bruce McConkie, page 163).

  • I deny that the trinity is three separate gods (Teachings of Prophet Joseph Smith page 370).

  • I deny that god is a man from another planet (Journal of Discourses, Vol. 6, page 3).

  • I deny that there is a goddess mother (Articles of Faith, by James Talmage, page 443).

  • I deny that god is married to his goddess wife (Mormon Doctrine p. 516.).

  • I deny that god and his goddess wife have bodies of flesh and bones (Doctrine and Covenants,130:22; Joseph Smith, Journal of Discourses, Vol. 6, p. 3.)

  • I deny that we were all born in the pre-existence (Journal of Discourse, Vol. 4, page 218; Articles of Faith, page 174).

  • I deny that Satan is my spirit brother (Mormon Doctrine, page 163).

  • I deny that I need a temple (Articles of Faith, page 138).

  • I deny that I have the potential of becoming a god (Articles of Faith, page 424).

  • I deny that the Book of Mormon is more correct than the Bible (History of the Church, 4:461).

  • I deny that good works are necessary for salvation (Articles of Faith, pages 81, 92).

  • I deny that my own blood must atone for any of my sins ((Journal of Discourses, Vol. 3, page 247; see also, Vol. 4, pp. 53-54, 219-220).1

Therefore, since the Mormons deny basic Christian doctrines and call themselves Christian, is it okay for me to deny basic Mormon doctrines and call myself a Mormon?

Friday, August 19, 2022

Dr. Jeremy Cox

 


Contact Jeremy: jeremycox777@gmail.com
Website: Drjeremycox.me

Intro:

Dr. Jeremy Cox is the son of Lamar and Lucy Cox. Jeremy fulfilled the roles of outreach and evangelism coordinator and technology coordinator for 29:11 Ministries. God saved Jeremy at the early age of 8. God placed a burden on Jeremy's heart to reach out to people who the Bible clearly teaches are heading to Hell. Only the light of the Gospel and Jesus Christ can open their blind eyes.


Bio:

Born: 1975 | Born-Again: 1983 (saved for 41 years)
Married to Kelly Cox, R.N.: 28 years (08/1995), and
Father to one 20-year-old son, Seth Cox.


Jeremy has served as Children’s Church Pastor for 12 years. He conducted Sunday night Bible lessons by way of an exegetical interpretation of God’s Word. He has served on the advisory board of Souls Harbor Free Will Baptist Church for 12 years. He is in good standing and has the recommendation of his pastor, Aaron Dawson. He has been preaching since 2006. Jeremy loves talking to others one-on-one. He does not do very well in a crowd but finds his place when talking one-on-one.

Jeremy now serves in a much smaller capacity. He maintains the Ministry websites voluntarily as their webmaster. Jeremy loves to serve God using the gifts he has endowed him with. For all of Jeremy's educational history, check the links below.

Religious and Secular Certificates, Diplomas, and Degrees Earned and Graduated all:

  • Certificate in HTML/CSS Fundamentals from SOLO Learn issued on 10-03-2015.
  • Career diploma in Web Page Designer at Penn Foster on 08-19-2016.

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Jeremy's testimony is not an eloquent or elaborate testimony but it is genuine and truthful. Jeremy is a son of a free will baptist minister. Jeremy grew up in church as a preacher's kid. Though Jeremy knew all the lingo on the Bible, he was lost and needed to be saved. Jeremy's dad was the pastor of a small country church. He had a guest speaker to preach the evening service. Jeremy felt convicted of his sins and became focused on his dirty heart. On the way home after the preaching Jeremy asked his dad and mom on how he could be saved. They showed Jeremy how to be saved and he knelt down by his bed and Jeremy received Jesus Christ by faith. He became Jeremy's personal Saviour. Amen!