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Martin Luther King’s MORMON DOCTRINE!

Posted by Job on August 15, 2007

Motivated by this story, I already addressed evidence from King’s own writings that he was a Christian in Proof From His Own Writings That Martin Luther King Jr. Was NOT A Christian, but the weblog post Between Two Worlds: Martin Luther King where I found the online links to his papers this interesting nugget: “MLK accepted the deity of Jesus Christ, and the fact that Jesus Christ was divine, only in the sense that He was one with God in purpose.” That is EXACTLY what Mormons teach! See, Mormons deny Trinity, because they deny that Jesus Christ is deity. Rather than teaching that Jesus Christ is an uncreated pre – existing spirit, they teach that Jesus Christ was a being created by God, no different from angels or people, and that Jesus Christ earned His exceptional position through works (they also teach that Christ’s works surpassed those of God the Father, and when they say Father they mean LITERAL FATHER, because they teach that Jesus Christ, Satan, the angels, and all humans are the result of sexual activity between their god and his MULTIPLE wives in heaven, one of the reasons why murdering pedophile Joseph Smith needed 34 of them himself, despite the fact that a number of them were still married to other men; Mormons also agree with Dan Brown of “The Da Vinci Code” in teaching that Jesus Christ was married; according to their theology he would have had to have been in order to achieve his exalted position). So, since Mormons reject the notion of God in Three Persons, how, then can they claim to believe in Trinity? Simple: BY CLAIMING THAT JESUS CHRIST WAS ONE WITH THE FATHER IN PURPOSE!

And folks say that evil spirits aren’t real? These lying spirits and their false doctrines, well they do get around don’t they? And they all pretty much agree in their lies … getting people to deny God’s Tri – Unity and the deity and resurrection of Jesus Christ. They even use the same parsing, dissembling, dishonest arguments, and justifications for their lies. This heresy of King (who rejected the true Christianity of his father) after that of Ebionitism. You can look up that heresy plus some others here: http://www.spirithome.com/heresies.html. When you realize the number of ancient heresies and false religions that went into Mormonism, it is staggering, evidence that a multitude of evil spirits went into Joseph Smith and all who follow after him. But what is even more staggering is why so few people are willing to publicly discuss that Martin Luther King, Jr. was a heretic and an apostate, yet he managed to found the Southern CHRISTIAN Leadership Conference and pastor a church. The people who knew about this fellow’s belief but allowed him to rise through the ranks of the Christian field without opposing him, do not think that they will not be held accountable. It would be interesting to interview the people who spent a great deal of time with King professionally as well as was in his church and heard him preach if THEY knew that King did not believe in the resurrection. If he did not, then what did this fellow preach about at church? What did his Christmas, Easter, and Pentecost sermons consist of? It is astounding that hard questions like these are never asked of our religious leaders, or even of their laypeople.  

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5 Responses to “Martin Luther King’s MORMON DOCTRINE!”

  1. PaulW said

    It looks to me like you don’t know exactly what you are talking about on the subject of Mormons. It looks like you got your “Mormon” information from overtly antagonistic sources to that faith. It is filled with inaccuracies and half-true distortions of what we actually believe and hold sacred. You and others try to over simplify our doctrines while putting a negative spin on them. I could go on for quite some time but I will only list a few of your inaccuracies about Latter-day Saints and try to keep it brief.

    You said, “”MLK accepted the deity of Jesus Christ, and the fact that Jesus Christ was divine, only in the sense that He was one with God in purpose.” That is EXACTLY what Mormons teach! See, Mormons deny Trinity, because they deny that Jesus Christ is deity. Rather than teaching that Jesus Christ is an uncreated pre – existing spirit, they teach that Jesus Christ was a being created by God, no different from angels or people, and that Jesus Christ earned His exceptional position through works (they also teach that Christ’s works surpassed those of God the Father…”

    Actually, Mormons do not and never have denied the deity of Jesus Christ. As we know “1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2 The same was in the beginning with God. 3 All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.” (John 1:1-3) Jesus Christ was “deity” from the beginning an created what we know as existence under the direction of his Father who he was with. The next part of your statement is kind of a half truth…it’s a doctrine that most Mormons and you may not understand fully. Actually, according to Mormon Theology all of us are as “intelligences”, “uncreated & eternal”, somehow organized by God our Father in Heaven into spirits. I would not say that Jesus Christ is “no different” than the rest of us. He was chosen from the beginning to be the Savior of the children of our Father in Heaven and wasn’t chosen because of his “works”. I have no idea where you get that idea or that his “works”
    are somehow greater than the Father’s. The Father is the greatest of All. Enough on that.

    You say, “…and when they say Father they mean LITERAL FATHER, because they teach that Jesus Christ, Satan, the angels, and all humans are the result of sexual activity between their god and his MULTIPLE wives in heaven…”

    Yes we mean “Literal Father” of our spirits. We also believe that we can “become the sons (or daughters)of God and Christ” through Faith in Jesus Christ by whom we are saved and redeemed. The sexual union and Multiple wifes in heaven thing you state here may or may not be true…there have been leaders in the Church’s past that have SPECULATED on this subject…but the fact is, these statements are not made in any of our scriptures and are not actively taught by our Church. I will submit to you that we do officially believe that we have “Heavenly Parents”…See “The Family: A Proclamation to the World (http://www.lds.org/library/display/0,4945,161-1-11-1,00.html).

    You say, “…one of the reasons why murdering pedophile Joseph Smith needed 34 of them himself, despite the fact that a number of them were still married to other men…”

    I really only have a question for you here. Although I don’t think it is a completely valid charge in the social and cultural context of the day I understand where you get the “pedophile charge”, but where do you get the “murdering” charge?

    You say, “Mormons also agree with Dan Brown of “The Da Vinci Code” in teaching that Jesus Christ was married; according to their theology he would have had to have been in order to achieve his exalted position)”

    This too has been SPECULATED on by leaders and members of the Church. It is not actively or officially taught. Some (including myself) believe that this is probably true, others who I know don’t really believe this or don’t care. The fact for either side is that for us it doesn’t really matter because either way Jesus is The Christ the very Son of God. Here is where Mormons on either side of this argument would disagree with Dan Brown’s premise “That being married and having children shows that Jesus was a mere mortal man with good teachings.”. Latter-day Saints affirm that Jesus is the God and Savior of mankind. It is only by and through him that we become “heirs of God and Joint heirs with Christ”.

    You say, “So, since Mormons reject the notion of God in Three Persons, how, then can they claim to believe in Trinity? Simple: BY CLAIMING THAT JESUS CHRIST WAS ONE WITH THE FATHER IN PURPOSE!”

    We don’t claim to believe in what you call “Trinity”…One God/Spirit/Entity with three expressions, everywhere and nowhere, incomprehensible! What you call Trinity we call The Godhead. According to the Nicaean Creed it is you who “reject the notion of God in three persons” you have Trinity one Entity/God with three expressions with no true form or person. Conversely, Latter-day Saints affirm that the Godhead is made up of three distinct persons or personages…The Father, The Son, and The Holy Ghost. We believe in the literal Resurrection of Jesus Christ and that he still reattains the Glorified body of flesh and bone that he showed the Apostles and Acts and with witch he ascended into Heaven. The Father also has a body of glory…of flesh and bone. The holy Ghost is a personage of spirit only. ” 22 The Father has a body of flesh and bones as tangible as man’s; the Son also; but the Holy Ghost has not a body of flesh and bones, but is a personage of Spirit. Were it not so,
    the Holy Ghost could not dwell in us.” (Doctrine & Covenants 130:22).

    We’ll I probably wasn’t all the brief, but I tried. It would be nice to get a reply and have a civil discussion. I’ve tried to be as honest as possible in what I believe as I would like to understand other’s point of view and have mine understood.

  2. PaulW said

    You didn’t accept my comment? Are you afraid of my fairly cool, fair minded, intelligent response? I’m confused…please enlighten me so that I may avoid my mistake in the future.

  3. PaulW said

    Oh, there it is…apologies…

  4. Paul,

    By your own admission, you’re a polytheist. You believe in at least three different gods (Father, Son, Holy Ghost). However, the Bible is clearly monotheistic.

    Isaiah 43:10 says, “You are my witnesses, declares the LORD, and my servant whom I have chosen, so that you may know and believe me and understand that I am he. Before me no god was formed, nor will there be one after me.”

    This is what the Lord says – Israel’s King and Redeemer, the Lord Almighty: I am the first and I am the last; apart from me there is no God. Who then is like me? Let him proclaim it (Isaiah 44:6-7).

    If He is the first and the last, how many Gods are there?

    “You are my witnesses. Is there any God besides me? No, there is no other Rock; I know not one” (Isaiah 44:8).

    “I am the Lord, and there is no other, apart from me there is no God… so that from the rising of the sun to the place of its setting men may know there in none besides me. I am the Lord, and there is no other” (Isaiah 45:5-6).

    The Bible is so clear that there is only one God. Please don’t get to Judgment Day, and have God tell you, “Remember this, fix it in mind, take it to heart, you rebels. Remember the former things, those of long ago; I am God, and there is no other; I am God, and there is none like me” (Isaiah 46:8-9).

    Thanks,
    Bill

  5. CP said

    When Christ was on the cross, who was he praying to? Himself?

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