One moment that got some attention at Wednesdayâ€™s CNN-YouTube Republican debate was when the candidates were asked whether they believed every word of the Bible.
Mitt Romney, whose Mormon faith has drawn scrutiny, hesitated a bit when answering the question. When Anderson Cooper of CNN followed up with the same question, he inadvertently led Mr. Romney into a thicket of theology that highlights just how complicated the issue of his faith remains as he courts especially evangelical Christian voters, a crucial constituency in the Republican base.
It appears that Mr. Romney, in attempting to deliver an answer that did not raise any more alarm bells among evangelicals grappling with questions about his faith, obscured at least certain theological differences between Mormons and some evangelicals about the trustworthiness of the Bible....
The Separatist wrote: Would you trust the devils brother???BROTHER? The mormons believe Jesus and Satan are Brothers.http://www.1timothy4-13.com/files/bible/satanbrother.html Here are some intresting facts Mormons will not tell you when they knock on your door.http://www.1timothy4-13.com/files/bible/mormonfacts.html
Amen But to the world they are christians. Ever wonder why that is The following are christians also catholics, rick warren, calvinist, baptist, lutherans, methodist, and every other denomination. And why not we all believe in one god. The Bible says even the demons believe, and tremble. We just disagree with our brother (fill in the blank)(fill in the disagreement) but we both love each other- right to hell. Some even say we have the same god as the muslems.
The Bible says, you are of ONE Spirit, with One teacher, therefore you should be as One as I am One with the Father. I guess we just don't pay any attention to that now. He must be speaking Spiritual things, well He is, thats what He taught, Spiritual things. Yet we discuss earthly things and heresy
Does man decide what God really said? Maybe only the great men of god, you know them, they have a denomination named after them, I don't think so.