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Ten things you didn't know about Mormons

Ten things you didn't know about Mormons

(22:00) With the possibility that the most powerful man in the world will be a Mormon, here is the story of Mormonism by historian David Eisenbach. It seems that Joseph Smith had quite an imagination.

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TheBob TheBob (3377 days ago)
Could someone just put up a list of the 10 things so I don't have to trawl through all the padding? Thanks
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Could someone just put up a list of the 10 things so I don't have to trawl through all the padding? Thanks
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Guest: klavier (3376 days ago)
Latest comment: Glad to hear the 'padding' bothered someone else, too. I couldn't get through the video. The 'music' was unnecessary, didn't add anything, and was both distracting and annoying. Why can't Eisenbach just say what he has to say without all the hokey drama and fake rhetoric?
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Latest comment: Glad to hear the 'padding' bothered someone else, too. I couldn't get through the video. The 'music' was unnecessary, didn't add anything, and was both distracting and annoying. Why can't Eisenbach just say what he has to say without all the hokey drama and fake rhetoric?
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Guest: (3378 days ago)
Mormonism was founded, then, by a con-man and huxter who knew how to spin a yarn and convince people that non-human beings exist. Funny, that's exactly how L. Ron Hubbard started Scientology. I wonder how many other "religions" have been started int he same way.........dare I suggest most of them?
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Mormonism was founded, then, by a con-man and huxter who knew how to spin a yarn and convince people that non-human beings exist. Funny, that's exactly how L. Ron Hubbard started Scientology. I wonder how many other "religions" have been started int he same way.........dare I suggest most of them?
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MissAlanius MissAlanius (3378 days ago)
In the fifties, Mormons believed that the only way a black person could get to Heaven was as a slave, presumably to serve the whites already there. In 1978, the Mormon Church received a revelation from God to revise their racist policy. Today blacks are allowed in Heaven. Good to see God is moving with the times.
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In the fifties, Mormons believed that the only way a black person could get to Heaven was as a slave, presumably to serve the whites already there. In 1978, the Mormon Church received a revelation from God to revise their racist policy. Today blacks are allowed in Heaven. Good to see God is moving with the times.
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Guest: Guest God (3378 days ago)
I will punish them by growing their penis on their back.
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I will punish them by growing their penis on their back.
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