The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will launch a new media campaign Monday in 12 major cities.
The "I'm a Mormon" campaign â€” mostly TV spots and billboards â€” will encourage people to learn about Latter-day Saints by visiting the mormon.org website, which features video profiles of thousands of Mormons from around the world.
"These are real people," said Cindy Packard, the LDS Church spokeswoman for the metropolitan Phoenix area. "There are no scripts, no fake stories, no wardrobe, just real people talking about their lives."...
Real people who believe in a false history, won't subscribe to the Nicene Creed, have added to Scripture, see "Heavenly Father" as a man who became God, marry multiples wives (even today when they flatly deny polygamy) in "Celestial Sealings," look forward to themselves becoming gods ruling their own planets with their multiple wives giving birth every nine months culminating in millions of offspring populating their very own planets.
Yes, these are real people with very mixed up ideas about the past, the present and the future yet they're one of the fastest growing religions.
Do any of these 1000s of interviews reveal these facts?