Christianity is divined, in my opinion, into three main ideologies, Catholic, Protestant, and Mormons. There are two Catholic churches, divided centuries ago when the Roman church created the position of Pope, whom the Greek church refused to accept. When people started to read the Bible, the Protestant churches were born. There are literally hundreds of thousands of these and they are all based on the Bible, rather than the Apostles’ Creed. While some, like the Lutherans, still accept part of this creed, others, like the Jehovah’s Witnesses, outright reject it. Last but not least, the Mormon churches all accept the Book of Mormon as a Holy Book, along with the Bible. More »

I stumbled on a video on YouTube video recently that stated it had questions “every Mormon” should answer. I wanted to know what these questions were, as I love questions. The video interviewed a handful of ex-Mormons that are now Protestants. Each of the people in the video started out stating how active they had been in the Church and they listed their callings. Some grew up in the religion, some were converts. More »

All holy books have truth and wisdom in them. Yet, we do not accept all holy books the same way we do the Bible and Book of Mormon. We claim the Book of Mormon is “true.” We say the Church is “true.” We say that the Gospel is “true.” But what does that even mean? What is “truth?” More »