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FRONT PAGE  |  5/25/2017
FRIDAY, JAN 27, 2012  |  11 comments  |  1 commentary
Why Evangelicals Don’t Like Mormons
According to a CNN exit poll of South Carolina Republican primary voters, Newt Gingrich, a thrice-married Catholic, won twice as much support from evangelical Protestants as Mitt Romney, a Protestant. And among voters for whom religion meant “a great deal,” 46 percent voted for Mr. Gingrich and only 10 percent for Mr. Romney.

This is the second evangelical-heavy state Mr. Romney has lost. With a third, Florida, next on the list, it’s important to consider the often antagonistic skepticism that many evangelicals have of Mr. Romney’s brand of Protestantism: Mormonism.

For many evangelicals, that faith — a “false religion,” as the Baptist pastor Robert Jeffress called it — raises serious doubts about Mr. Romney’s suitability for office. But such concerns ultimately say more about the insecurities of the establishment denominations than about Mormonism itself. ...


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WCF Rules  Find all comments by WCF Rules
Except for the fact that both the WCF and the LBCF define the Pope as the Antichrist. These folks never said anything about the LDS President, the Watchtower Society President nor anything about an Imam sending out his disciples to blow themselves up thus fulfilling his own "jihad," nor even anything about Osteen and his goonie gospel.

Thus, A Mormon, a Jehovah's Witness, a radical Muslim or Joel, himself, would be fine conservative candidates. However, per the WCF & the LBCF, only a conservative Roman Catholic would completely disqualified for the Oval Office seeing as how he follows the Pope and all.

Pastor Michael Huffman wrote:
I think it is important that we remember that we are voting for President, not a Pastor. I voted for George W. Bush both times, but has Sovereign Grace Baptist Pastor, I would not agree with the doctrine of the Methodist Church to which he belongs.
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News Item1/29/12 9:16 PM
Pastor Michael Huffman | Virginia  Contact via emailFind all comments by Pastor Michael Huffman
I think it is important that we remember that we are voting for President, not a Pastor. I voted for George W. Bush both times, but has Sovereign Grace Baptist Pastor, I would not agree with the doctrine of the Methodist Church to which he belongs.
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News Item1/29/12 9:15 PM
Pastor Michael Huffman | Virfinia  Contact via emailFind all comments by Pastor Michael Huffman
I think it is important that we remember that we are voting for President, not a Pastor. I voted for George W. Bush both times, but has Sovereign Grace Baptist, I would not agree with the doctrine of the Methodist Church to which he belongs.
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News Item1/28/12 12:51 AM
OP | wisconsin  Find all comments by OP
Both Mormonism and Catholicism are false doctrines. From a Christian's point of view, there are no Godly candidates to choose from.
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News Item1/27/12 7:39 PM
No nation  Find all comments by No nation
Thomas the Doubter wrote:
None of the candidates, or current president, actually follow the belief system they claim. So what does it matter?
Men that say one thing and do another, so that they claim faith in the Christ of the Scriptures yet their actions are not consistant, we'd believe to be hypcrites. That is something none that profess Christ in sincerity desire to be. The system is set up to demand hypocrisy. Christians can't be well represented by such, and if we encourage these leaders in their sins, we are not without culpability. That matters to a Christian.
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News Item1/27/12 2:37 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
anyone no matter, you are coming close to having the right view about, The Believer and Politics and The Church in the Political Process.

I certainly have no hatred of Mormons, and I think Romney is the best of undesirable group of Republicans running for President. But, in no way, is a Mormon a Christian. I have absolutely no hatred at all for Roman Catholics, Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses and like any non-Christian, many can be quite likable and tolerable and I would like to see all of them become Christians. But when Mormons say, We're Christians just like you!--I would hope that I can politely disagree with them.

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News Item1/27/12 2:05 PM
Thomas the Doubter | Ohio  Find all comments by Thomas the Doubter
None of the candidates, or current president, actually follow the belief system they claim. So what does it matter?
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News Item1/27/12 10:33 AM
Anyone, no matter  Find all comments by Anyone, no matter
...what they profess to believe; who cares more for their back and belly then the glory of God being righteously proclaimed in the person of the only Mediator between God and man, the Lord Jesus Christ; will vote for their own likes to represent them. These will also deny Christ's rightful offices as their Prophet, Priest, and King demonstrated not only in his humiliation while on earth but now his exaltation to the Father's right hand. He is the Prince of the kings of the earth. For that reason he will judge all idolators, perjurors, innocent blood shedders, blasphemers, and whatsoever other abomination is done in the name of 'supposed' religion, that willfully ignorant men substitute for the truth.
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News Item1/27/12 9:56 AM
What they want  Find all comments by What they want
Evangelicals Want A Good Catholic

The following is a quote from Steve Deace, an influential Christian talk radio host in Iowa from USA Today:

“The only concern I’ve heard about Gingrich’s Catholicism is Evangelicals hoping he’s had a sincere, redemptive moment. Back in the day, Evangelicals were concerned Catholics would take orders from the Pope. Now, given how many liberal Catholic politicians there are, Evangelicals want a Catholic who actually does.”

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News Item1/27/12 9:01 AM
Rufus | Fort Woth, TX  Protected NameFind all comments by Rufus
The next article should be "Why Evangelicals Like Roman Catholics".
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News Item1/27/12 1:17 AM
Ewwww  Find all comments by Ewwww
"It was precisely the [Founding Fathers’] religious tolerance that, over the years, has given rise to many new denominations and sects — particularly during the so-called Second Great Awakening, the 19th-century period of religious revivals that energized existing churches (including the Baptist and Methodist churches, bulwarks of today’s Bible Belt) and yielded new ones, including the Mormons."

Romney perpetuates a six generation-lie that includes God was once man, Jesus was born of God the Father and Mother, Jesus is Satan's brother, Jesus is only a man, a male Mormon marries many wives on Earth, becomes a God and populates his very own planet with his many wives. But who are these additional women with whom Romney is "Celestially Sealed"? Are they married to other men on Earth and then become adultresses while on Romney's planet? Or do they "save themselves" then sleep with him there? What does his only earthly wife, Ann, really think of sharing Mitt with these other women and being eternally barefoot and pregnant?

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