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Comment on 7 Questions Christians Must Ask Before Voting For A Mormon by joe http://pastors4huckabeeblog.com/7-questions-christians-must-ask-before-voting-for-a-mormon/#comment-981 joe Mon, 28 Jul 2008 13:02:13 +0000 http://pastors4huckabeeblog.com/7-questions-christians-must-ask-before-voting-for-a-mormon/#comment-981 It is unfortunate to see the harshness in some of these entries. One must be reminded that contention is of the devil. I belong to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I found the truth that I was looking for through fasting, studying and prayer. I am satisfied with the answer that I received and will live accordingly. For those who want to argue the scriptures of the Bible- you could spend your entire life going back and forth. Evidently there is a greater source of truth. God himself. We are all God's children seeking to be guided by His hand. That means we are all brothers and sisters with the same goal in mind. This is my belief and I respect those who believe differently. It's O.K. to have a different opinion than someone else, but please share it objectively so as to come to mutual understanding. Some call our church a 'cult' because we could be considered a cohesive social group that believes somewhat differently than mainstream Christianity. They do so with the intent to cast a negative image on the church. We are different from mainstream christianity-- in that we believe in a modern prophet of God, called directly by Him like Abraham, Noah, and Moses. We believe in restored authority from God to act in His name. We believe that God revealed himself to various people on the earth throughout history besides the Jews and the followers of Christ in the area surrounding the Mediterranean Sea. One record of such a people is found in the Book of Mormon which relates the visit of the resurrected Christ to this people. So yes, in this sense we are different from mainstream Christianity, however, we still hold as our core beliefs what the Savior himself taught. And we strive to live in a Christ-like manner, serving, helping and lifting our fellow men. This is the type of person we would have been electing had Mitt Romney stayed in the presidential race-- a person who strives to live the values that Jesus taught. It is unfortunate to see the harshness in some of these entries. One must be reminded that contention is of the devil. I belong to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I found the truth that I was looking for through fasting, studying and prayer. I am satisfied with the answer that I received and will live accordingly. For those who want to argue the scriptures of the Bible- you could spend your entire life going back and forth. Evidently there is a greater source of truth. God himself. We are all God’s children seeking to be guided by His hand. That means we are all brothers and sisters with the same goal in mind. This is my belief and I respect those who believe differently. It’s O.K. to have a different opinion than someone else, but please share it objectively so as to come to mutual understanding. Some call our church a ‘cult’ because we could be considered a cohesive social group that believes somewhat differently than mainstream Christianity. They do so with the intent to cast a negative image on the church. We are different from mainstream christianity– in that we believe in a modern prophet of God, called directly by Him like Abraham, Noah, and Moses. We believe in restored authority from God to act in His name. We believe that God revealed himself to various people on the earth throughout history besides the Jews and the followers of Christ in the area surrounding the Mediterranean Sea. One record of such a people is found in the Book of Mormon which relates the visit of the resurrected Christ to this people. So yes, in this sense we are different from mainstream Christianity, however, we still hold as our core beliefs what the Savior himself taught. And we strive to live in a Christ-like manner, serving, helping and lifting our fellow men. This is the type of person we would have been electing had Mitt Romney stayed in the presidential race– a person who strives to live the values that Jesus taught.

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Comment on 7 Questions Christians Must Ask Before Voting For A Mormon by Aaron http://pastors4huckabeeblog.com/7-questions-christians-must-ask-before-voting-for-a-mormon/#comment-898 Aaron Tue, 15 Apr 2008 10:26:39 +0000 http://pastors4huckabeeblog.com/7-questions-christians-must-ask-before-voting-for-a-mormon/#comment-898 You do not worship God, you worship the Bible. You do not worship God, you worship the Bible.

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Comment on 7 Questions Christians Must Ask Before Voting For A Mormon by BiggameJames http://pastors4huckabeeblog.com/7-questions-christians-must-ask-before-voting-for-a-mormon/#comment-897 BiggameJames Sun, 13 Apr 2008 17:05:23 +0000 http://pastors4huckabeeblog.com/7-questions-christians-must-ask-before-voting-for-a-mormon/#comment-897 For goodness sake...could you please learn to spell? Your grammar is horrible. Please, go take an English 101 class at the local community college before you attempt to blog about these subjects. Your credibility goes right out the door when you appear uneducated; it actually fits right in with your bigotry and intolerance. For goodness sake…could you please learn to spell? Your grammar is horrible. Please, go take an English 101 class at the local community college before you attempt to blog about these subjects. Your credibility goes right out the door when you appear uneducated; it actually fits right in with your bigotry and intolerance.

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Comment on 7 Questions Christians Must Ask Before Voting For A Mormon by Phil http://pastors4huckabeeblog.com/7-questions-christians-must-ask-before-voting-for-a-mormon/#comment-894 Phil Thu, 10 Apr 2008 19:26:32 +0000 http://pastors4huckabeeblog.com/7-questions-christians-must-ask-before-voting-for-a-mormon/#comment-894 This is just more evidence of what I have long suspected: that most of Huck's support comes from his fellow Pastors and others who have great influence over their fellow evangelicals, who mis-use their authority to endorse a political candidate, and encourage their flock to vote the same way, claiming that it's what God wants, and that God would want them to vote for such and such candidate. I have little respect anymore for those who belittle and misrepresent the sacredly-held religious beliefs of others, be they Mormon or any other law-abiding religion. In the LDS church folks are consistently taught not to belittle, ridicule, or misrepresent the religious beliefs of others, and are taught not to attempt to take upon themselves the authority to condemn others for their sincerely held beliefs. God will judge us based on the sincere desires of our hearts, and on our choices based on what was available to us in life, and what we sought after in life, not on whether or not we happen to subscribe to a particular religious persuasion. LDS believe that all law-abiding religions have good in them and that all humans have the capacity to be inspired by God at different times in their lives if they seek Him, and that some religions provide more truths than others, and some have more falsehoods than others. Every religious person believes that their religion has more truths than any of the other religions, otherwise they wouldn't be a member of that religion. Too often however, people think that it's "all or nothing", and that all other religious adherents not of their own, are "going to hell", or "will not be saved", or other such nonsense, which only betrays a lack of understanding, and can rightfully be called bigotry, being too quick to judge and condemn beliefs different than our own. I don't have a problem with folks disagreeing with another's religous beliefs. That is normal and expected. The difference is to do so in a respectful and thoughtful manner, which unfortunately far too many evangelicals do not do, and has resulted in me becoming very leery of evangelicals, especially Pastors. On the 2 ends of the spectrum we have hardened, vicous bigots like Bill Keller, and kind, reasonable people like the folks at "Evangelicals for Mitt", who are willing to respect and work with LDS people in working towards promoting traditional values in our society, at this crucial time in history when evil is becoming so prevalent in our "popular" culture. So which will it be, do you want to be divisive bigots like Bill Keller, whom Mormons and other non-evangelical conservative folks will have nothing to do with, or like the folks at EFM, decent & kind people with whom all conservatives of all religious persuasions can work. The future of conservatism is at stake, and I for one will not work with or support in any way, anyone who is anything like this "Bill Keller" character. Unfortunately, from your literature, you are much closer to his side of this extreme than you are to the folks at EFM, so I will steer very clear of providing any kind of support for any such group in any way, shape, or form. I will never support any cause organized by any evangelical group until I can determine if they promote lies and misrepresentations regarding other religious beliefs. This kind of bigotry also negatively affects our relations with Muslim nations. What kind of Muslim leader would want to work with a group of people who consistently slander, misrepresent, and belittle their sacredly held beliefs? In this regard, I believe that someone like Romney, who has publicly shown that he respects the religious beliefs of others (Faith in America speech), would be much more effective than Huckabee, who comes from a group who has shown far too little evidence of this kind of respect. Mormons have gone out of their way to show respect for and affinity to the adherents of other good religions, and you would do well to do the same. You will not garner the respect and admiration of the numerous good, decent people who are not of your faith, if you do not. There any many many good decent people you are alienating with this attitude, and your bull-headedness may have a high cost: The future of our American culture is at stake. Will we become more like the European culture or will we retain our religious heritage? If we cannot stick together then we risk failure. This is just more evidence of what I have long suspected: that most of Huck’s support comes from his fellow Pastors and others who have great influence over their fellow evangelicals, who mis-use their authority to endorse a political candidate, and encourage their flock to vote the same way, claiming that it’s what God wants, and that God would want them to vote for such and such candidate.
I have little respect anymore for those who belittle and misrepresent the sacredly-held religious beliefs of others, be they Mormon or any other law-abiding religion.
In the LDS church folks are consistently taught not to belittle, ridicule, or misrepresent the religious beliefs of others, and are taught not to attempt to take upon themselves the authority to condemn others for their sincerely held beliefs. God will judge us based on the sincere desires of our hearts, and on our choices based on what was available to us in life, and what we sought after in life, not on whether or not we happen to subscribe to a particular religious persuasion. LDS believe that all law-abiding religions have good in them and that all humans have the capacity to be inspired by God at different times in their lives if they seek Him, and that some religions provide more truths than others, and some have more falsehoods than others. Every religious person believes that their religion has more truths than any of the other religions, otherwise they wouldn’t be a member of that religion. Too often however, people think that it’s “all or nothing”, and that all other religious adherents not of their own, are “going to hell”, or “will not be saved”, or other such nonsense, which only betrays a lack of understanding, and can rightfully be called bigotry, being too quick to judge and condemn beliefs different than our own. I don’t have a problem with folks disagreeing with another’s religous beliefs. That is normal and expected. The difference is to do so in a respectful and thoughtful manner, which unfortunately far too many evangelicals do not do, and has resulted in me becoming very leery of evangelicals, especially Pastors. On the 2 ends of the spectrum we have hardened, vicous bigots like Bill Keller, and kind, reasonable people like the folks at “Evangelicals for Mitt”, who are willing to respect and work with LDS people in working towards promoting traditional values in our society, at this crucial time in history when evil is becoming so prevalent in our “popular” culture. So which will it be, do you want to be divisive bigots like Bill Keller, whom Mormons and other non-evangelical conservative folks will have nothing to do with, or like the folks at EFM, decent & kind people with whom all conservatives of all religious persuasions can work. The future of conservatism is at stake, and I for one will not work with or support in any way, anyone who is anything like this “Bill Keller” character. Unfortunately, from your literature, you are much closer to his side of this extreme than you are to the folks at EFM, so I will steer very clear of providing any kind of support for any such group in any way, shape, or form. I will never support any cause organized by any evangelical group until I can determine if they promote lies and misrepresentations regarding other religious beliefs. This kind of bigotry also negatively affects our relations with Muslim nations. What kind of Muslim leader would want to work with a group of people who consistently slander, misrepresent, and belittle their sacredly held beliefs? In this regard, I believe that someone like Romney, who has publicly shown that he respects the religious beliefs of others (Faith in America speech), would be much more effective than Huckabee, who comes from a group who has shown far too little evidence of this kind of respect.
Mormons have gone out of their way to show respect for and affinity to the adherents of other good religions, and you would do well to do the same. You will not garner the respect and admiration of the numerous good, decent people who are not of your faith, if you do not. There any many many good decent people you are alienating with this attitude, and your bull-headedness may have a high cost: The future of our American culture is at stake. Will we become more like the European culture or will we retain our religious heritage? If we cannot stick together then we risk failure.

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Comment on Prominent Pastors & Christian Leaders Who Have Endorsed Huckabee by Rusty http://pastors4huckabeeblog.com/prominent-pastors-christian-leaders-who-have-endorsed-huckabee/#comment-893 Rusty Thu, 10 Apr 2008 17:39:06 +0000 http://pastors4huckabeeblog.com/prominent-pastors-christian-leaders-who-have-endorsed-huckabee/#comment-893 Linda, Really? Keep telling yourself this crud. It will help you to keep feeling warm and fuzzy. I hope you can feel good about voting for McCain in November too. One thing is for sure, McCain does not need Huckabee anymore. I wouldn't count on seeing Huckabee on the same ticket with McCain if I were you. Romney ran negative attack adds? I guess if reporting someone's crappy record is an attack add, then you are right. Don't complain when this country elects an economic fool who will do nothing about imigration after November. The only candidate that understands the economy and imigration was Romney. Linda,

Really? Keep telling yourself this crud. It will help you to keep feeling warm and fuzzy. I hope you can feel good about voting for McCain in November too. One thing is for sure, McCain does not need Huckabee anymore. I wouldn’t count on seeing Huckabee on the same ticket with McCain if I were you.

Romney ran negative attack adds? I guess if reporting someone’s crappy record is an attack add, then you are right.

Don’t complain when this country elects an economic fool who will do nothing about imigration after November. The only candidate that understands the economy and imigration was Romney.

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Comment on Prominent Pastors & Christian Leaders Who Have Endorsed Huckabee by Linda Rayborn http://pastors4huckabeeblog.com/prominent-pastors-christian-leaders-who-have-endorsed-huckabee/#comment-892 Linda Rayborn Wed, 09 Apr 2008 04:46:27 +0000 http://pastors4huckabeeblog.com/prominent-pastors-christian-leaders-who-have-endorsed-huckabee/#comment-892 Romney supporters need to stop blaming Mike Huckabee for the "weakness" your candidate had with authenticity that cause him to be mistrusted by voters. Huckabee did not cause Romney to lose, nor did his religion, which no-one cares at all about. Romney couldn't attract voters because he doesn't have the strong consistent core beliefs that Governor Huckabee has. Romney changed his stands too many times and people felt that with him, they didn't kow what they were getting. What if once he was voted in, he changed his mind yet again?? Now, Huckabee did nothing to your man. Romney ran negative attack ads against Huckabee, McCain and Guiliani. He was behind huge contributions made to Club For Growth who, oh so conveniently distorted Huckabee's record to try and ruin his campaign. Romney and Gov. Blunt were behind push poll calls in Missouri telling folks a vote for Huckabee was a vote for McCain. Huckabee lost by 1% to McCain, Romney came in third. So, you see, Huckabee supporters should be mad about Romney if anything. Why are you so bitter? Oh, and by the way, Romney is not ahead of Huckabee. He was about 20 delegates behind before he gave his deleagate to McCain. Romney supporters need to stop blaming Mike Huckabee for the “weakness” your candidate had with authenticity that cause him to be mistrusted by voters. Huckabee did not cause Romney to lose, nor did his religion, which no-one cares at all about. Romney couldn’t attract voters because he doesn’t have the strong consistent core beliefs that Governor Huckabee has. Romney changed his stands too many times and people felt that with him, they didn’t kow what they were getting. What if once he was voted in, he changed his mind yet again?? Now, Huckabee did nothing to your man. Romney ran negative attack ads against Huckabee, McCain and Guiliani. He was behind huge contributions made to Club For Growth who, oh so conveniently distorted Huckabee’s record to try and ruin his campaign. Romney and Gov. Blunt were behind push poll calls in Missouri telling folks a vote for Huckabee was a vote for McCain. Huckabee lost by 1% to McCain, Romney came in third. So, you see, Huckabee supporters should be mad about Romney if anything. Why are you so bitter? Oh, and by the way, Romney is not ahead of Huckabee. He was about 20 delegates behind before he gave his deleagate to McCain.

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Comment on 7 Questions Christians Must Ask Before Voting For A Mormon by Ray http://pastors4huckabeeblog.com/7-questions-christians-must-ask-before-voting-for-a-mormon/#comment-791 Ray Thu, 06 Mar 2008 23:07:11 +0000 http://pastors4huckabeeblog.com/7-questions-christians-must-ask-before-voting-for-a-mormon/#comment-791 Ministry is the bread and butter of evangelicals, Baptist,Catholics etc.., therefore the attacks against LDS members, who do everything voluntarely with no selfish aspirations. MONEY! MONEY ! MONEY ! Satan driving. Ministry is the bread and butter of evangelicals, Baptist,Catholics etc.., therefore the attacks against LDS members, who do everything voluntarely with no selfish aspirations.

MONEY! MONEY ! MONEY ! Satan driving.

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