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Recently I came across a post about a Mormon author whose book was featured on Christianity Today. I was troubled by this post because it was featured on a Christian blog that is read by primarily Christian followers. This was not a post written on a world religions blog or a spiritual blog, it was purely designed to make Christians either reconsider their faith or accept Mormonism as another Branch of Christianity. With all of the great Christian authors, were there really no other books to feature on CT?
For instance, the title of the Post was “Learning the Spiritual Disciplines from a Mormon Blogger“. If they really thought this Mormon blogger was a Christian, they could have titled it “Learning the Spiritual Disciplines from a Female Christian Blogger or from a Fellow Christian or Christian Author” . However, CT & Michelle Van Loon both knowing that Mormonism is NOT Christian, added a sub-title to take it a step further “Jana Riess’s Mormon background does not detract from Flunking Sainthood’s message.” So they know she’s not a true saint, but still want us to get her message?
“Many will say to Me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in Your name, and in Your name cast out demons, and in Your name perform many miracles? But I will reply, ‘I never knew you. Get away from me, you who break God’s laws.”
- Matthew 7:22-23
If that wasn’t enough, Ms. Michelle Van Loon, of Transforming Words has to add insult to Christianity by expressing how this lady got unsaved and converted to Mormonism by saying “Riess, who attended Princeton Theological Seminary, converted to Mormonism as an adult but knows the orthodox Christian landscape well.”
We’ve already exposed Mormonism and how they are a cult to capture weak Christians, which is why we as Christians must be strong and filled with the Holy Spirit. Satan is trying to reach us from all angles, even through smart, nice, “Christian” bloggers that may be on to something.
It is safe to assume that the majority of the Christianity Today blog and magazines’ readers are Christians. And for CT to be bold enough to entice Christians to Mormonism is purely disturbing. Michelle Van Loon even goes as far as suggesting all major religions have some truths by saying “Almost every major faith teaches practices designed to help adherents gain acceptance in the sight of God.” If you guys have read my about page, you know before I found Jesus Christ, the real only Son of God, I was a long time advocate that all religions had something in common. Of course they have “truths” but they all don’t lead to the one Truth, nor do they share the same gods. Furthermore, you’ll find the root of all these religions and realize they are all very DIFFERENT from Christianity.
“Whatever I command you, you shall be careful to do; you shall not add to nor take away from it.”
- Deuteronomy 12:32
The fact is Mormons DO believe in Jesus, however their view of Him is so skewed, that their salvation is questionable. They also don’t believe in a sovereign, above all, Almighty and perfect God. To top it off, they feel that there are loop holes to salvation in case you or a dead loved one rejected the acceptance of Jesus in your heart.
Many Mormon followers would rather accept the “truth” brought to them in the early 1900′s by Freemason Joseph Smith, than to accept the Truth of a untouched 2,000 year old historically accurate book. In their defense, they pull the associating Christians with Catholics card. But we’ve already explained the pagan roots behind them as well. It’s very obvious all these religions want to be Christian without being Christian.
Just remember, Jesus said.
“For the gate is small and the way is narrow that leads to life, and there are few who find it.”
- Matthew 7:14
I’m sure if I read everything by Michelle, I could call out more (and I may in the future). But don’t fall for ladies like Michelle Van Loon who blatantly aim to change the word of God with her opinions. The title to her blog is “Transforming Words“. She’s takes a smooth approach at teaching heresy. The Bible does not need to change. Whenever you see the name Michelle Van Loon; run, red flag! Her goals aren’t Bible-based, no matter how much she picks and chooses verses to support her mission.