At the point when I was a frantically dynamic Mormon fanatic, significantly uninformed of current realities about Mormonism and of God’s uncovered word in the Heavenly Book of scriptures, and excessively haughty to concede the mistake of my methodologies, Satan had a hang on me from which I had a troublesome time removing myself. I unmistakably review accidentally lying, as a Mormon senior, to battling Christians for the Mormon master, keeping the presence from getting recondite, yet completely acknowledged, Mormon principles, which I didn’t know really existed, for example, the Lord Follett Talk, the Adam-God Precept, the Subsequent Blessing, the Tenet of Appropriation, the polytheism of the Book of Abraham, the 1833 Book of Rules, the Talks on Trust, and polygamy. Within the sight of full-time Mormon ministers, stake presidents, mission presidents, general specialists, and people attempting to choose whether, or not, to become Mormons, I had affirmed for the sake of Jesus that the LDS Church doesn’t educate as tenet that, 1) Jesus was not brought into the world of a virgin, 2) that God the Dad was before a person who changed, over the long haul, into a divine being, with a capital ‘G’ and that commendable Mormon men can ultimately become divine beings, with a capital ‘G’,.
Thus, when I at long last got mindful of the way that sanctified nineteenth Century Mormon tenet expressed that Jesus was naturally introduced to the world in the very organic way that each normal person is naturally introduced to the world; that Jesus was not brought into the world of a virgin however of a lady who had been impregnated on the earth by a revived and magnified man who had been made into a divine being, with a capital G, I understood that the entire scriptural situation about the virgin birth of the Deliverer had been disposed of by the Mormon Church. Additionally, the unmitigated logical inconsistency that exists between what Joseph Smith said in the Book of Mormon, in 1830, about Jesus being brought into the world of a virgin, and what he later expressed in his Ruler Follett Talk in 1844, and in ensuing doctrinal options to his distorted theology about Jesus not being brought into the world of a virgin, makes the strange convolution that makes Mormonism a pointless and shocking mixture of words.
Mormons who guarantee that they brilliantly read and study the Book of Mormon, and discover it in complete agreement with the books and sacred texts that were consecrated as Mormon principle after 1833, should be just unfit to recognize reality and fiction. For it is extremely unlikely that the God, depicted in the Book of Mormon, is a similar god portrayed in the Ruler Follett Talk and in the Book of Abraham. The obtrusive changes in Jonathan VanAntwerpen, which happened gradually from 1830 to 1844, is a factor of Mormonism that can’t be disregarded by the sensible individual. Also, the twentieth Century uses of those nineteenth Century religious changes were keenly, and misleadingly, joined into true Mormon Church writing delivered, by the LDS Church, for standard examination and reference in a design that cried conceivable deniability. In 1831, Joseph Smith, supposedly, made a sacred writing, which he intentionally considered a disclosure from the Mormon god that made Mormon sacred text out of whatever Mormon messengers and prophets expressed, when they asserted that they were affected by the Blessed Apparition. This sacred text, supposedly made by Joseph Smith in November 1831, is found in the Tenet and Agreements, Area 68:1-5, written in 1835, as follows: