Mormon Home Evening—that’s the name one of the Hulse’s blogs reviling our religion. She denied hating Mormons when we spoke and claimed that she was only trying to bring souls to Christ. I asked her why, then, would she name her blog Mormon Home Evening? She couldn’t answer that question. Of course, they’re hoping to attract Mormons in an effort to turn them from their faith.

These are some lines from the blog (http://mormonhomeevening.blogspot.com/)

Friday, August 15, 2008

MORMON MURDERERS ~ THE MASS MURDER BY A PROPHET

“Brigham Young led a church cover-up. . .”

2 comments:

Anonymous said…

You need to know that the cult is being allowed to speak at Mariners Church, this coming Sunday (August 24, 2008) and is featuring a “mormon/evangelical dialogue” between Robert Millet (from BYU who teaches their missionaries to lie) and Greg Johnson, from the “Standing Together Ministries.” This is nothing more than a love fest to make the Mormons look like a “Christian” church.

August 21, 2008 11:18 PM

Rocky Hulse said…

anonymous…Where is Mariners Church? We would like to get right on this one.

“Standing Together Ministries” should be exposed for the damage they have and are doing to the body of Jesus Christ, true believers, in the real Jesus!

Joseph Smith married numerous women and young girls, as young as fifteen, right here in Nauvoo, IL.

The FLDS are in fact just following the teaching of Joesph Smith today. Smith is their founding prophet, and he taught polygamy, as did every prophet up until 1890 when it all went underground.

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints today carry their Scripture Doctrine and Covenants Section 132 with them to church each Sunday. It says unless you practice plural marriage, you will be damned. The only reason it isn’t practiced today are the laws of the land says, they cannot. When the Brethren of Mormonism today state they don’t teach this, they are not telling the whole truth only part of it. Case in point, if a temple Mormon has a wife and she dies, then he can be married again in a Mormon temple and sealed to the second one. In the next life both are his wives. If this same temple Mormon man has numberous wives who die and he gets sealed to number three, four, five etc….they will all be wives in the next life. That is the weasel clause for the Brethren to statements ” We don’t practice polygamy”. Yes, they do and the FLDS are Mormons, sad as it is, they are just following the founder Joseph Smith of the Mormon Church. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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  • Rocky comes from an active Mormon family who rejected Helen because she was a non-Mormon. If they did half what Helen claims they did, surely God will hold them accountable for their un-loving behavior. I’ve often said that many people are turned away from the church, or leave the church because of unkindness. Helen has grounds to be bitter. However, her claims that she’s turning souls to Christ are negated in the facts. I asked her why they’d chosen to “turn souls to Christ” (my quote) by attacking Mormonism. Why didn’t they go to Africa and teach people about the Savior? She replied that they were going to go to Africa to warn people there about Mormonism.

    I’ve never respected those who choose to celebrate their purported claims of love for Jesus Christ by attacking other’s religions. I pointed out to Helen how Billy Graham seemed to convert souls to Christ without attacking others. She had no response.

    Because I felt that Helen had some legitimate claim to her feelings due to the treatment she received from her in-laws, I chose not to do a blog about her at the time we spoke. Her decision to return to our blog and once again, sow contention, makes it impossible for me to remain silent.

    I wonder how many Mormons have blogs attracting those of other faiths only to attack those faiths? I think Jesus would spread love and tolerance, not vitriole and hate. I don’t respect those who, rather than teaching FOR something, teach AGAINST others.