When Mormons Come Knocking

by Steve Ray on September 19, 2013

Young missionaries, ironically called Elders, spread out over the US at around 19 years old. The spend two years of their lives bringing you the good news of Jesus Christ.

But their “Jesus” is not the Jesus of the Bible and historical Christianity, but the physical son of God through sexual relations. He is the creation of the heretic and cult founder Joseph Smith.

What can you expect when these young men knock on your door? Tho helpful blogs were just posted which may help you.

What to Expect

How to Answer

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Weight Conversion July 2, 2011 at 1:52 AM

Their “Jesus” is not the Jesus of the Bible and historical Christianity, but the physical son of God through sexual relations.
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Allen

Tom Govern July 3, 2011 at 11:21 PM

Please do not turn them away but ask them to come back if it is not the right moment. These young men and women are sincere but do not know the truth. Present them with facts, based on there own references if you know them. Be prepared to have them fall back on personal testimony. When cornered they will usually say, “I know that this (LDS) church is true because the spirit has told me”.

Francis September 19, 2013 at 9:35 AM

I see them cycling around aimlessly all over the place. A bad waste of time if you ask me. Better to get off the bike and knock on doors perhaps. Nice kids though. I spoke to them whenever I can, challenging to think for themselves and more critically.

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