Mormonism 101; The Mormon Church And Their Web Of Deception

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Holy Fire Publishing, 2004 - Religion - 80 pages
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Mormonism 101 is a true personal testimony of how Robert's life was turned upside down by being involved with a Mormon and the Mormon Church. It is about the clever way the church portrays their beliefs leading one to think that they are really a Christian church. Robert shares the information that they present to a potential convert. He follows up each section with true information that he has learned through self study. If he had known this information he would not have joined the church and would not have been deceived. Six of the ten chapters in this book are in order with the six discussions that these DECEIVERS use to lure people into their religion. He lays out exactly what was discussed to him and then follow-up with things he have found out on his own that they will not talk about..

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The Righteous Attitude of This Book
What is a Cult?
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10

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Robert E Bryant was born in Warren, Arkansas. He grew up in a small town community and lived a sheltered life attending a Baptist Church. His experience with Mormonism began in 1990. Over a decade later of being married to a Mormon and bringing two beautiful children into this world, he found out through self-study and investigation that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is a cult Robert wrote this book to help uncover some of the untold information of the Mormon Church. His sole intent in writing this book is to expose the real truth of what the Mormon (LDS) church believes in and give his testimony of how they deceived him and are attempting to deceive the world. Hopefully this book can help someone from being lured into this deceptive cult as he was.

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